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  • Groenen, Martien A M; Archibald, Alan L; Uenishi, Hirohide; Tuggle, Christopher K; Takeuchi, Yasuhiro; Rothschild, Max F; Rogel-Gaillard, Claire; Park, Chankyu; Milan, Denis; Megens, Hendrik-Jan; Li, Shengting; Larkin, Denis M; Kim, Heebal; Frantz, Laurent A F; Caccamo, Mario; Ahn, Hyeonju; Aken, Bronwen L; Anselmo, Anna; Anthon, Christian; Auvil, Loretta; Badaoui, Bouabid; Beattie, Craig W; Bendixen, Christian; Berman, Daniel; Blecha, Frank; Blomberg, Jonas; Bolund, Lars; Bosse, Mirte; Botti, Sara; Bujie, Zhan; Bystrom, Megan; Capitanu, Boris; Carvalho-Silva, Denise; Chardon, Patrick; Chen, Celine; Cheng, Ryan; Choi, Sang-Haeng; Chow, William; Clark, Richard C; Clee, Christopher; Crooijmans, Richard P M A; Dawson, Harry D; Dehais, Patrice; De Sapio, Fioravante; Dibbits, Bert; Drou, Nizar; Du, Zhi-Qiang; Eversole, Kellye; Fadista, João; Fairley, Susan; Faraut, Thomas; Faulkner, Geoffrey J; Fowler, Katie E; Fredholm, Merete; Fritz, Eric; Gilbert, James G R; Giuffra, Elisabetta; Gorodkin, Jan; Griffin, Darren K; Harrow, Jennifer L; Hayward, Alexander; Howe, Kerstin; Hu, Zhi-Liang; Humphray, Sean J; Hunt, Toby; Hornshøj, Henrik; Jeon, Jin-Tae; Jern, Patric; Jones, Matthew; Jurka, Jerzy; Kanamori, Hiroyuki; Kapetanovic, Ronan; Kim, Jaebum; Kim, Jae-Hwan; Kim, Kyu-Won; Kim, Tae-Hun; Larson, Greger; Lee, Kyooyeol; Lee, Kyung-Tai; Leggett, Richard; Lewin, Harris A; Li, Yingrui; Liu, Wansheng; Loveland, Jane E; Lu, Yao; Lunney, Joan K; Ma, Jian; Madsen, Ole; Mann, Katherine; Matthews, Lucy; McLaren, Stuart; Morozumi, Takeya; Murtaugh, Michael P; Narayan, Jitendra; Nguyen, Dinh Truong; Ni, Peixiang; Oh, Song-Jung; Onteru, Suneel; Panitz, Frank; Park, Eung-Woo; Park, Hong-Seog; Pascal, Geraldine; Paudel, Yogesh; Perez-Enciso, Miguel; Ramirez-Gonzalez, Ricardo; Reecy, James M; Rodriguez-Zas, Sandra; Rohrer, Gary A; Rund, Lauretta; Sang, Yongming; Schachtschneider, Kyle; Schraiber, Joshua G; Schwartz, John; Scobie, Linda; Scott, Carol; Searle, Stephen; Servin, Bertrand; Southey, Bruce R; Sperber, Goran; Stadler, Peter; Sweedler, Jonathan V; Tafer, Hakim; Thomsen, Bo; Wali, Rashmi; Wang, Jian; Wang, Jun; White, Simon; Xu, Xun; Yerle, Martine; Zhang, Guojie; Zhang, Jianguo; Zhang, Jie; Zhao, Shuhong; Rogers, Jane; Churcher, Carol; Schook, Lawrence B (2012-11-15)
    For 10,000 years pigs and humans have shared a close and complex relationship. From domestication to modern breeding practices, humans have shaped the genomes of domestic pigs. Here we present the assembly and analysis of ...
  • Witt, Carsten; Friedrich, Tobias; Hebbinghaus, Nils; He, Jun; Neumann, Frank (2009-05-28)
    Hybrid methods are very popular for solving problems from combinatorial optimization. In contrast, the theoretical understanding of the interplay of different optimization methods is rare. In this paper, we make a first ...
  • Friedrich, Tobias; He, Jun; Hebbinghaus, Nils; Neumann, Frank; Witt, Carsten (2009-11-20)
    Hybrid methods are very popular for solving problems from combinatorial optimization. In contrast, the theoretical understanding of the interplay of different optimization methods is rare. In this paper, we make a first ...
  • Barker, Martin (Edinburgh University Press, 2008)
    This new textbook addresses the neglect of practical research methods in cultural studies. It provides students with clearly written overviews of research methods in cultural studies, along with guidelines on how to put ...
  • Richards, Keith S.; Hodge, Rebecca A.; Brasington, James (2009-05-08)
    The grain-scale topography of a sediment surface is a key component of a fluvial system, affecting aspects including sediment transport, flow resistance and ecology. However, its effect is hard to quantify because of the ...
  • Barrett, John; Hamilton, Joanne V.; Brophy, Peter M. (2009-09-08)
    The rapid growth of proteomics has been made possible by the development of reproducible 2D gels and biological mass spectrometry. However, despite technical improvements 2D gels are still less than perfectly reproducible ...
  • Barrett, John; Brophy, Peter M.; Hamilton, Joanne V. (2005-04-30)
    The rapid growth of proteomics has been made possible by the development of reproducible 2D gels and biological mass spectrometry. However, despite technical improvements 2D gels are still less than perfectly reproducible ...
  • Toumanidis , Theofilactos (Aberystwyth UniversityManagement and Business, 2009)
    Target selection models play an important role in business practice. They are the data-mining methods that enable firms to conduct market segmentation. Marketers apply them to customer databases to identify the profiles ...
  • P.; E.; N.; S. J.; G.; W. R. (2014-07)
    During improved oil recovery (IOR), gas may be introduced into a porous reservoir filled with surfactant solution in order to form foam. A model for the evolution of the resulting foam front known as ` pressure-driven ...
  • Jansen, Thomas; Sudholt, Dirk (2010)
    Evolutionary algorithms are general randomized search heuristics and typically perform all unbiased random search that is guided only by the fitness of the search points encountered. However, in applications there is often ...
  • Korosteleva-Polglase, E. A. (2008-03-31)
  • Rhys Owen; Leif; Kirsten Pape; Rosemary Patricia (2014-09)
    In multi-species swards, the genetic structure of populations of heterogeneous outbreeding species is likely to change over time, potentially affecting inter-species population dynamics. In this study, mixtures of outbreeding ...
  • A. J. J.; Jakob W.; Ann G.; M. (2011-07-04)
    Two modern coastal sands are studied through single-grain optical dating techniques. The first sample is estimated to be less than 10 y old by means of independent age control and is known to be well-bleached on the basis ...
  • Lorenz, S.; Dannenberger, Dirk; Ender, C.; Scollan, Nigel D.; Nuernberg, Karin; Nuernberg, Gerd (2009-08-05)
    In a large study, 64 German Holstein and German Simmental bulls were randomly allocated to either an indoor concentrate system or periods of pasture feeding followed by a finishing period on a concentrate containing linseed ...
  • Dannenberger, Dirk; Lorenz, S.; Nuernberg, Gerd; Scollan, Nigel D.; Ender, C.; Nuernberg, Karin (2005-12-09)
    In a large study, 64 German Holstein and German Simmental bulls were randomly allocated to either an indoor concentrate system or periods of pasture feeding followed by a finishing period on a concentrate containing linseed ...
  • Basu, A.; Sen, S. K.; Powell, Wayne; Meyer, R.; Ghosh, M.; Basak, S. L. (2004)
    Genetic improvement of the cultivars of jute (Corchorus olitorius L. and Corchorus capsularis L.) is needed to broaden the genetic base of new cultivars. All the cultivars in use have been evolved through pure line selection ...
  • Jackson, Joseph Andres; Begon, Michael; Birtles, Richard; Paterson, Steve; Friberg, Ida M.; Hall, Amy; Lowe, Ann; Ralli, Catriona; Turner, Andrew; Zawadzka, Malgorzata; Bradley, Janette E. (2011-03-01)
    A revolutionary advance in ecological immunology is that postgenomic technologies now allow molecular mediators defined in laboratory models to be measured at the mRNA level in field studies of many naturally occurring ...