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Effect of growing media and fertilization on sugarcane flowering under artificial photoperiod

Conceptualization: Anna L. Hale. Data curation: Anna L. Hale, Paul M. White, Charles L. Webber, III. Formal analysis: Anna L. Hale, James R. Todd. Funding acquisition: Anna L. Hale, Paul M. White. Investigation ... : Anna L. Hale, Paul M. White, Charles L. Webber, III. Methodology: Anna L. Hale, Paul M. White, Charles L. Webber, III. Project administration: Anna L. Hale. Resources: Anna L. Hale. Supervision: Anna

Choline and methionine differentially alter methyl carbon metabolism in bovine neonatal hepatocytes

Intersections in hepatic methyl group metabolism pathways highlights potential competition or compensation of methyl donors. The objective of this experiment was to examine the expression of genes related to methyl group transfer and lipid metabolism in response to increasing concentrations of choline chloride (CC) and DL-methionine (DLM) in primary neonatal hepatocytes that were ...

Modelling the spread and control of Xylella fastidiosa in the early stages of invasion in Apulia, Italy

. P. Hooftman Lactuca: Environmental Data Analyses and Modelling , 1112 NC Diemen , The Netherlands 1 S. M. White Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford , Andrew Wiles Building, Radcliffe ... Observatory Quarter, Woodstock Road, Oxford, Oxfordshire OX2 6GG , UK 2 S. M. White (&) J. M. Bullock D. A. P. Hooftman Centre for Ecology & Hydrology , Benson Lane, Crowmarsh Gifford, Wallingford, Oxfordshire

Genome-Wide Survey of Gut Fungi (Harpellales) Reveals the First Horizontally Transferred Ubiquitin Gene from a Mosquito Host

Harpellales, an early-diverging fungal lineage, is associated with the digestive tracts of aquatic arthropod hosts. Concurrent with the production and annotation of the first four Harpellales genomes, we discovered that Zancudomyces culisetae, one of the most widely distributed Harpellales species, encodes an insect-like polyubiquitin chain. Ubiquitin and ubiquitin-like proteins ...

Emerging Opportunities for Landscape Ecological Modelling

Landscape ecological modelling provides a vital means for understanding the interactions between geographical, climatic, and socio-economic drivers of land-use and the dynamics of ecological systems. This growing field is playing an increasing role in informing landscape spatial planning and management. Here, we review the key modelling approaches that are used in landscape ...

The Roles of Histidines and Charged Residues as Potential Triggers of a Conformational Change in the Fusion Loop of Ebola Virus Glycoprotein

Ebola virus (EBOV) enters cells from late endosomes/lysosomes under mildly acidic conditions. Entry by fusion with the endosomal membrane requires the fusion loop (FL, residues 507–560) of the EBOV surface glycoprotein to undergo a pH-dependent conformational change. To find the pH trigger for this reaction we mutated multiple conserved histidines and charged and uncharged ...

Quantitative Profiling of Lysine Acetylation Reveals Dynamic Crosstalk between Receptor Tyrosine Kinases and Lysine Acetylation

Lysine acetylation has been primarily investigated in the context of transcriptional regulation, but a role for acetylation in mediating other cellular responses has emerged. Multiple studies have described global lysine acetylation profiles for particular biological states, but none to date have investigated the temporal dynamics regulating cellular response to perturbation. ...

Name-calling in the hippocampus (and beyond): coming to terms with neuron types and properties

. Bergamino . G. A. Ascoli 0 1 0 Present Address: M. Bergamino Laureate Institute for Brain Research , 6655 S Yale Ave, Tulsa, OK 74136 , USA 1 D. J. Hamilton D. W. Wheeler C. M. White C. L. Rees A. O ... network dynamics, hippocampal formation, neuron classification C. M. White PhD current research interests include molecular biomarkers, hippocampal formation, neuron classification C. L. Rees MS current

Skeletal muscle morphology in sarcopenia defined using the EWGSOP criteria: findings from the Hertfordshire Sarcopenia Study (HSS)

Background Sarcopenia is defined as the loss of muscle mass and function with age and is associated with decline in mobility, frailty, falls and mortality. There is considerable interest in understanding the underlying mechanisms. Our aim was to characterise muscle morphology changes associated with sarcopenia among community dwelling older men. Methods One hundred and five men ...

Erratum to: Toward numerical simulations of fluid–structure interactions for investigation of obstructive sleep apnea

Susan M. White 0 0 S.-C. Huang UCLA Institute for Digital Research and Education , Los Angeles, CA , USA In the original publication of the article the plots in Figs. 15 and 16 are incorrect. The correct

Preventable hospital admissions among the homeless in California: A retrospective analysis of care for ambulatory care sensitive conditions

Background Limited research exists that investigates hospital admissions for ambulatory care sensitive conditions (ACSCs) among the homeless, who frequently lack a usual source of care. This study profiled ACSC admissions for homeless patients. Methods Bivariate analyses and logistic regression were completed to investigate ACSC and non-ACSC admissions among homeless patients using ... a knowledge base of neuron types in the rodent hippocampus is a comprehensive knowledge base of neuron types in the rodent hippocampal formation (dentate gyrus, CA3, CA2, CA1, subiculum, and entorhinal cortex). Although the hippocampal literature is remarkably information-rich, neuron properties are often reported with incompletely defined and notoriously inconsistent terminology, creating a formidable challenge for data ...

Use of online health information to manage children’s health care: a prospective study investigating parental decisions

Katherine M White 1 Melissa K Hyde 3 0 School of Nursing, Queensland University of Technology , Victoria Park Road, Kelvin Grove, 4059 Queensland , Australia 1 School of Psychology and Counselling, Queensland

The Impact of Host Diet on Wolbachia Titer in Drosophila

While a number of studies have identified host factors that influence endosymbiont titer, little is known concerning environmental influences on titer. Here we examined nutrient impact on maternally transmitted Wolbachia endosymbionts in Drosophila. We demonstrate that Drosophila reared on sucrose- and yeast-enriched diets exhibit increased and reduced Wolbachia titers in ...

Erratum: elemental abundances in Milky Way-like galaxies from a hierarchical galaxy formation model

. Navarro 2 5 Simon D. M. White 2 4 0 Kapteyn Astronomical Institute, University of Groningen , PO Box 800, NL-9700 AV Groningen , the Netherlands 1 Institute of Computational Cosmology, University of Durham

Energy-efficient data acquisition for accurate signal estimation in wireless sensor networks

Long‐term monitoring of an environment is a fundamental requirement for most wireless sensor networks. Owing to the fact that the sensor nodes have limited energy budget, prolonging their lifetime is essential in order to permit long‐term monitoring. Furthermore, many applications require sensor nodes to obtain an accurate estimation of a point‐source signal (for example, an animal ...

Idealized models for galactic disc formation and evolution in ‘realistic’ ΛCDM haloes

. et al., 2008 , MNRAS, 391 , 1685 Steidel C. C. , Erb D. K. , Shapley A. E. , Pettini M. , Reddy N. , Bogosavljevic ´ M. , Rudie G. C. , Rakic O. , 2010 , ApJ, 717 , 289 Steinmetz M. , White S. D. M ... . , 2011 , ARA&A, 49 , 301 van der Kruit P. C. , Searle L. , 1981 , A&A, 95 , 105 Vera-Ciro C. A. , Sales L. V. , Helmi A. , Frenk C. S. , Navarro J. F. , Springel V. , Vogelsberger M. , White S. D. M

Hand Function is Altered in Individuals with a History of Illicit Stimulant Use

. Vogel 4 5 6 Jason M. White 0 5 6 Gabrielle Todd * 0 5 6 0 School of Pharmacy and Medical Sciences and Sansom Institute, University of South Australia , South Australia , Australia, 1 Department of

Satellite abundances around bright isolated galaxies

We study satellite galaxy abundances by counting photometric galaxies from the Eighth Data Release of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS/DR8) around isolated bright primary galaxies from SDSS/DR7. We present results as a function of the luminosity, stellar mass and colour of the satellites, and of the stellar mass and colour of the primaries. For massive primaries (log M★/M⊙ > ...

Activated Notch Causes Deafness by Promoting a Supporting Cell Phenotype in Developing Auditory Hair Cells

Purpose To determine whether activated Notch can promote a supporting cell fate during sensory cell differentiation in the inner ear. Methods An activated form of the Notch1 receptor (NICD) was expressed in early differentiating hair cells using a Gfi1-Cre mouse allele. To determine the effects of activated Notch on developing hair cells, Gfi1-NICD animals and their littermate ...