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Energy-based analysis of permanent strain behaviour of cohesive soil under cyclic loading

2014; Feng et al. 2015; Cai et al. 2015; Sas et al. 2014, 2015) . The most extensive studies were focused on liquefaction phenomena because of the danger that can be caused by its appearance (Kokusho

Ecological strategy for soil contaminated with mercury

) (Sas-Nowosielska et al. 2008) and hydrogen sulphide were recorded in each tube. The results were correlated with probability tables. The MPN of the bacterial population was expressed as counts per gram ... nitrates into atmospheric nitrogen. The number of sulphur-amino acid decomposing bacteria was found to be in an inverse correlation with root mercury uptake in soil from the chlor-alkali plant (Sas

Effect of Time on Dynamic Shear Modulus of Selected Cohesive Soil of One Section of Express Way No. S2 in Warsaw

resonant column apparatus successfully used in this research was manufactured by British company GDS Instruments Ltd (GDS 2010). The device is presented in detail by Sas and Gabry (2012), and Gabry et al ... - General Rules , European Prestandard ENV. Gabry , K. , W. Sas, and A. Szyma ski ( 2013 ), Resonant column apparatus as a device for dynamic testing of cohesive soils , Prz. Nauk. In . Kszta t. rod. 59 , 3

Analysis of the Behavior of Mitochondria in the Ovaries of the Earthworm Dendrobaena veneta Rosa 1839

We examined six types of cells that form the ovary of the earthworm Dendrobena veneta ogonia, prooocytes, vitellogenic oocytes, trophocytes, fully grown postvitellogenic oocytes and somatic cells of the gonad. The quantitative stereological method revealed a much higher “volume density” of mitochondria in all of the types of germ-line cells except for the somatic cells. Fluorescent ...

Organisation of the endosperm and endosperm–placenta syncytia in bladderworts (Utricularia, Lentibulariaceae) with emphasis on the microtubule arrangement

Multinucleate cells play an important role in higher plants, especially during reproduction; however, the configurations of their cytoskeletons, which are formed as a result of mitosis without cytokinesis, have mainly been studied in coenocytes. Previous authors have proposed that in spite of their developmental origin (cell fusion or mitosis without cytokinesis), in multinucleate ...