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Towards an integrative understanding of soil biodiversity

The spatial extent (the distance over which the entire study was conducted) (Turner et al., 1989) of the study areas ranged from 1 m to global, whereas the spatial grain of the studies (the smallest sampling unit) (Turner et al., 1989) varied from 1 cm to 10 m, with1

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What can we learn about fertilization from cystic fibrosis?

 · It is a curious and intriguing situation that mammalian sperm are introduced into the reproductive tract in an infertile state and must be educated there before they are able to fertilize oocytes.Capacitation and fertilization. (A) As a result of capacitation, sperm develop hyperactivated motility, the ability to respond to chemotactic signals and acrosome reaction-inducing signals.

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Functional and physicochemical properties of flours of six …

of six varieties of Mucuna (Adebowale et al., 2005). Therefore in continuation of our studies on these under-utilised tropical legumes, this article considers the functional properties of full fat and defatted flours of six Mucuna species. The output of the

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Spatial distribution of functional components in the starchy …

 · In order to answer this question González-Thuillier et al. (2015) compared the lipid compositions of pearling fractions with mill streams produced using a Buhler-MLU-202 laboratory mill, using the same grain sample.

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Contents of phytochemicals and antinutritional factors in …

Previous studies on quinoa CT have been quite scarce. Alvarez-Jubete et al. did not find CT in quinoa, which matches our results. However, CT in quinoa has been detected in other studies (Chauhan et al., 1992; Gorinstein et al., 2008).More recently, Martínez et al. showed that the presence of CT in quinoa is strongly depending on variety, i.e. in their study only varieties possessing black ...

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The Natural History of Model Organisms: Peromyscus mice …

Functional analyses have since identified how precise mutations, and interactions among mutations, ... (Sohal et al., 1993; Shi et al., 2013). Measuring the biochemical correlates of longevity in Peromyscus has been integral to providing support for the oxidative). ...

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Characterization of a de novo SCN8A mutation in a patient …

INTRODUCTION Among the known epilepsy genes, brain-expressed voltage-gated sodium channels are currently the most clinically relevant, with a large number of mutations detected in patients suffering from various epileptic disorders, the majority in SCN1A (Mulley et al., 2005), smaller numbers in SCN2A (Shi et al., 2012), and a few in other channels (Meisler et al., 2010).

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Dopamine and Octopamine Differentiate between Aversive …

 · Appetitive olfactory memory is located in the mushroom bodies Both forms of odor learning require the mushroom bodies (MBs), a second-order neuropil of the insect olfactory pathway (Heisenberg et al., 1985), and depend on cAMP signaling as revealed by the impairment in mutants such as dunce, rutabaga (rut), and amnesiac (amn) affecting different steps in cAMP metabolism (Tempel et al., 1983).

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PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLE bioresources

PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLE bioresources.com Shang et al. (2013). “Decay of B. platyphylla,” BioResources 8(4), 6066-6077. 6067 To better understand changes in the functional groups of decayed wood, Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR) has also been

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Shared mushroom body circuits underlie visual and …

To test this hypothesis, we used two distinct GAL4 drivers labeling α/β and γ KCs, 201y (Yang et al., 1995) and MB247 (Zars et al., 2000), to express shi ts1 and continuously block the output of …

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The 26S Proteasome Utilizes a Kinetic Gateway to Prioritize …

Shi et al., 2016 Shi Y. Chen X. Elsasser S. Stocks B.B. Tian G. Lee B.-H. Shi Y. Zhang N. de Poot S.A. Tuebing F. et al. Rpn1 provides adjacent receptor sites for substrate binding and deubiquitination by …

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Frontiers | Silicon and Plants: Current Knowledge and …

Silicon contributes to salt stress alleviation through inhibition of Na + (Zhu and Gong, 2014) and Cl-(Shi et al., 2013) uptake. Translocation of toxic ions from root to shoot is also reduced by Si supply (Savvas and Ntatsi, 2015).

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Cryo-EM structure of the nonameric CsgG-CsgF complex …

 · Shewmaker F, McGlinchey RP, Thurber KR, McPhie P, Dyda F, Tycko R, et al. The functional curli amyloid is not based on in-register parallel beta-sheet structure. J Biol Chem. 2009;284(37):25065–25076. pmid:19574225 View Article 25.

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