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  • Meng, Qinggang; Lee, Mark (Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2005)
    Biologically inspired robotics offers the promise of future autonomous devices that can perform significant tasks while coping with noisy, real-world environments. In order to survive for long periods we believe a developmental ...
  • Yates, Steven A.; Swain, Martin Thomas; Hegarty, Matthew John; Chernukin, Igor; Lowe, Matthew James; Allison, Gordon Graham; Ruttlink, Tom; Abberton, Michael Terence; Jenkins, Glyn; Skøt, Leif (2014-06-04)
    Background Red clover (Trifolium pratense L.) is a versatile forage crop legume, which can tolerate a variety of soils and is suitable for silage production for winter feed and for grazing. It is one of the most important ...
  • Atasoglu, Cengiz; Valdes, Carmen; Walker, Nicola D.; Newbold, C. J.; Wallace, R. John (1998-08)
    The influence of peptides and amino acids on ammonia assimilation and de novo synthesis of amino acids by three predominant noncellulolytic species of ruminal bacteria, Prevotella bryantii B(1)4, Selenomonas ruminantium ...
  • Carver, Timothy L. W.; Prats, Elena; Mur, Luis A. J. (2005-12-23)
    Nitric oxide has attracted considerable interest from plant pathologists due its established role in regulating mammalian anti-microbial defences, particularly via programmed cell death (PCD). Although NO plays a major ...
  • Hinch, D. K.; Gupta, K. J.; Mur, Luis A. J. (2010-12-22)
    Temperature is one of the crucial factors that determines plant survival and distribution on the Earth. Various plant species acquire enhanced freezing tolerance by cold acclimation in which prior exposure to low, but ...
  • Scully, Roger (1999-08)
  • Death, Carl (2008-02-01)
    The fifth anniversary of the World Summit on Sustainable Development (WSSD) in August–September 2007 passed largely unnoticed. Yet, ten years earlier the fifth anniversary of the Rio Earth Summit was marked by ‘Earth Summit ...
  • Simpson, John; Stoddart, Kristan; Swinerd, Marion; Department of International Politics (Mountbatten Centre for International Studies, 2008)
    The NPT Briefing Book (2008 Edition) is comprised of two parts. Part I contains introductory background information on the nuclear non-proliferation regime and nuclear energy issues, as well as summaries of the review ...
  • Simpson, John; Stoddart, Kristan; Swinerd, Marion; Department of International Politics (Mountbatten Centre for International Studies, 2009)
    The NPT Briefing Book (2009) is comprised of two parts. Part I contains introductory background information on the nuclear non-proliferation regime and nuclear energy issues, as well as summaries of the review process to ...
  • Sarker, S. D.; Bartholomew, Barbara; Latif, Zahid; Bright, Colin; Cowan, S.; Nash, Robert J.; Watson, Alison A.; Turnock, J. (2001-02)
    Cestrum lanatum Mart. & Gal. (Family: Solanaceae) is a species of the central American genus Cestrum (USDA-ARS-GRIN database, 1999a. National Germplasm Resources Laboratory, Beltsville, Maryland, U.S.A., available on-line ...
  • Mikhailova, E. I.; Sosnikhina, S. P.; Kirillova, G. A.; Tikholiz, O. A.; Smirnov, V. G.; Jones, R. Neil; Jenkins, Glyn M. (2001-05-01)
    The nuclear dispositions of subtelomeric and pericentromeric domains in pollen mother cells (PMCs) were tracked during meiosis in wildtype and two asynaptic mutants of rye (Secale cereale L.) by means of fluorescence in ...
  • Devarumatha, R. M.; Sehgal, Deepmala; Sasanuma, T.; Sasakuma, T.; Raina, Soom Nath (2009-07-12)
    The multipronged nuclear DNA assay by random amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD) fingerprinting, ribosomal DNA repeat unit length polymorphism, internal transcribed sequence (ITS) RFLP, and comparative sequence analysis of ...
  • Purdy, Sarah Jane; Bussell, John; Nelson, David; Villasden, Dorte; Smith, Steven (2011-02-15)
    Plants respond to cold by transcriptional and metabolic responses which underlie tolerance and acclimation mechanisms, but details at the molecular level are incomplete. Here we describe KOLD SENSITIV-1 (KOS1), a new gene ...
  • Craig, Campbell (Oxford University Press, 2013-01-31)
  • Schoch, Conrad L.; Seifert, Keith A.; Huhndorf, Sabine; Robert, Vincent; Spouge, John L.; Levesque, C. Andre; Chen, Wen; Bolchacova, E.; Voigt, K.; Crous, P.W.; Miller, A.N.; Wingfield, M.J.; Aime, M.C.; An, K.D.; Bai, F.Y; Barreto, R.W.; Begerow, D.; Bergeron, MJ; Blackwell, M; Boekhout, T; Bogale, M; Boonyuen, N; Burgaz, AR; Buyck, B; Cai, L; Cai, Q; Cardinali, G; Chaverri, P; Coppins, BJ; Crespo, A; Cubas P, P.; Cummings, C; Damm, U.; de Beer, Z.W.; de Hoog, G.S.; Del-Prado, R; Dentinger, B.; Dieguez-Uribeondo, J; Divakar, PK; Douglas, B; Duenas, M; Duong, T.A.; Eberhardt, U; Edwards, J.E.; Elshahed, MS; Fliegerova, K; Furtado, M.; Garcia, M.A.; Ge, Z.W.; Griffith, GW; Griffiths, K; Groenewald, JZ; Groenewald, M; Grube, M; Gryzenhout, M; Guo, LD; Hagen, F; Hambleton, S; Hamelin, RC; Hansen, K; Harrold, P; Heller, G; Herrera, G; Hirayama, K; Hirooka, Y; Ho, H.M.; Hoffmann, K.; Hofstetter, V; Hognabba, F.; Hollingsworth, P.M.; Hong, S.B.; Hosaka, K; Houbraken, J; Hughes, K; Huhtinen, S.; Hyde, KD; James, T; Johnson, EM; Johnson, JE; Johnston, PR; Jones, EB; Kelly, L.J.; Kirk, PM; Knapp, DG; Koljalg, U; Kovacs, GM; Kurtzman, CP; Landvik, S; Leavitt, SD; Liggenstoffer, AS; Liimatainen, K.; Lombard, L.; Luangsa-Ard, J.J.; Lumbsch, HT; Maganti H, [No Value]; Maharachchikumbura, SS; Martin, MP; May, TW; McTaggart, A.R.; Methven, AS; Meyer, W; Moncalvo, J.M.; Mongkolsamrit, S; Nagy, L.G.; Nilsson, RH; Niskanen, T; Nyilasi, I; Okada, G; Okane, I; Olariaga, I; Otte, J.; Papp, T; Park, D; Petkovits, T; Pino-Bodas, R.; Quaedvlieg, W; Raja, H.A.; Redecker, D.; Rintoul, T.; Ruibal, C.; Sarmiento-Ramirez, J.M.; Schmitt, I; Schussler, A.; Shearer, C.; Sotome, K.; Stefani, FO; Stenroos, S.; Stielow, B.; Stockinger, H.; Suetrong, S.; Suh, S.O.; Sung, G.H.; Suzuki, M.; Tanaka, K.; Tedersoo, L.; Telleria, MT; Tretter, E.; Untereiner, W.A.; Urbina, H.; Vagvolgyi, C; Vialle, A; Vu, T.D.; Walther, G.; Wang, Q.M.; Wang, Y.; Weir, B.S.; Weiss, M.; White, M.M.; Xu, J.; Yahr, R.; Yang, Z.L.; Yurkov, A.; Zamora, J.C.; Zhang, N.; Zhuang, W.Y.; Schindel, D; Fungal Barcoding Consortium (2012-04-17)
    Six DNA regions were evaluated as potential DNA barcodes for Fungi, the second largest kingdom of eukaryotic life, by a multinational, multilaboratory consortium. The region of the mitochondrial cytochrome c oxidase subunit ...
  • Stoddart, Kristan (2007)
    This article will attempt to draw attention to the Anglo-French nuclear weapons negotiations that ran alongside the British applications to join the EEC during the years 1960-1974. It suggests that the prospect of an entente ...
  • Smith, Aileen R.; Moshkov, Igor E.; Novikova, Galina V.; Hall, Michael A. (2003)
    In etiolated seedlings of Pisum sativum and leaves of Arabidopsis thaliana, in vivo ethylene treatment resulted in an increase in in vitro phosphorylation of 17 kD (P. sativum) or 16 and 17 kD (A. thaliana) polypeptides. ...
  • Brewer, Paul A.; Macklin, Mark G.; Rowberry, Matt (2007)
    The number, form and origin of a stepped sequence of sub-horizontal surfaces in north Ceredigion, U.K., has been the subject of continuing controversy over nearly two centuries of investigation. Renewed impetus to re-examine ...
  • Mishuris, Gennady; Wrobel, M. (2009-06)
    This work deals with a class of Boundary Value Problems describing joint thermo-diffussive fields in an infinite combined domain, which consists of two subdomains, matched by a thin intermediate layer. The main problem is ...
  • Mishuris, Gennady; Wróbel, Michał (2009-03)
    This work deals with a nonlinear mass transfer problem in an infinite combined domain, consisting of half-space matched to a bounded part via a thin intermediate layer. The latter exhibits high contrast material properties, ...

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