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  • Perry, K.; Haresign, W.; Wathes, D. C.; Khalid, M. (2010-12)
    Artificial insemination (AI) using frozen semen is a key method to enable rapid genetic improvement but its use in the sheep industry is currently limited by poor fertility. Laparoscropic AI is most effective but has not ...
  • Dennis, Mark; Hall, Louise M.; Murphy, Patrick J.; Thornhill, Andrew J.; Nash, Robert J.; Winters, Ana L.; Hursthouse, Michael B.; Light, Mark E.; Horton, Peter (2003-04-07)
    The synthesis of a range of cyclic guanidines via intramolecular ring opening of epoxides or iodocyclisation is reported. A preliminary investigation of the glycosidase inhibitory activity of these substances is also ...
  • Morikawa, T.; Leggett, J. Michael; Hayasaki, M. (2001)
    The tetraploid species Avena agadiriana that was first described in 1985 is distributed on the Atlantic coastal strip south of Casablanca in Morocco. Five accessions of this species (M55, M59, M60, M71 and M74) were compared ...
  • Chen, Y.; Li, X.; Song, H. Q.; Shi, Q. Q.; Feng, S. W.; Xia, L. D. (2009-02-01)
    Plasma blobs are observed to be weak density enhancements as radially stretched structures emerging from the cusps of quiescent coronal streamers. In this paper, it is suggested that the formation of blobs is a consequence ...
  • Daniele, Caligiore; Das, Gautham; Valerio, Sperati; Varun, Kompella; Vieri, Santucci; Benureau, Fabien; Francesco, Mannella; Mai, Nguyen; Marco, Mirolli; Vincenzo, Fiore; Gianluca, Baldassarre; Robert, Nawrocki (2011-09-26)
    In classical reinforcement learning framework, an external, handcrafted reward typically drives the learning process. Intrinsically motivated systems, on the other hand, can guide their learning process autonomously by ...
  • Sheldon, Michael (Aberystwyth UniversityComputer Science, 2013)
    This thesis is concerned with the emergence of communication in arti cial agents as an integrated part of a more general developmental progression. We demonstrate how early gestural communication can emerge out of sensorimotor ...
  • Baker, G. H.; Brown, G.; Scullion, John; Butt, K.; Curry, J. P. (Springer Netherlands, 2009-11-09)
    The most conspicuous biological invasions in terrestrial ecosystems have been by exotic plants, insects and vertebrates. Less conspicuous but possibly of equal importance are invasions by soil invertebrates, which are ...
  • Baker, G. H.; Brown, G.; Butt, K.; Curry, J. P.; Scullion, John (Springer Netherlands, 2006-12-21)
    The most conspicuous biological invasions in terrestrial ecosystems have been by exotic plants, insects and vertebrates. Less conspicuous but possibly of equal importance are invasions by soil invertebrates, which are ...
  • Alden, Natasha (2007)
    The articles that follow, written during the ‘McEwan plagiarism furore’ in 2006, all pose the same question: how should we write about the past? How should a novelist handle historical material in their work? What can ...
  • Garrod, Brian (Elsevier, 2007-09)
    Contents Section I: An Introduction to Diving Tourism 1. Introduction Brian Garrod, Stefan Gossling Section II: The diving tourism experience 2. Market segments and tourist typologies for diving tourism Brian Garrod 3. ...
  • Atkinson, Tiffany (Palgrave Macmillan, 2008-11-12)
    What do we mean when we talk about 'the body'? This reader challenges the assumption that it can be invoked as a neutral, or indeed natural, point of reference in critical discussion or cultural practice. The essays collected ...
  • Fuller-love, Nerys; O'gorman, Bill (2011-11-01)
  • Tod, D.; Lavallee, D. (Routledge, 2011-10-31)
  • Kurki, Milja; Stavrianakis, Anna (2009-03-01)
  • Atkinson, Tiffany (Palgrave Macmillan, 2005-09-12)
    What do we mean when we talk about 'the body'? This reader challenges the assumption that it can be invoked as a neutral, or indeed natural, point of reference in critical discussion or cultural practice. The essays collected ...
  • Finney, Patrick Benedict (2013-12-01)
  • Jones, Rhys Dafydd; Robinson, James; Turner, Jennifer (2012-11)
  • van der Walt, I. J.; Jones, J. A. A.; Woo, Ming-Ko (2006)
    At a time when climate change and the resultant water-related impacts are prominent in many people’s minds, research on various aspects of water sustainability is on the increase all over the world. The research focuses ...
  • Erskine, Toni; Leblow, R. N. (Palgrave Macmillan, 2012-03-29)