Browsing Gwyddorau Biolegol, Amgylcheddol a Gwledig / Biological, Environmental & Rural Sciences by Title

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  • Swain, Martin Thomas; Silva, Cândida G.; Loureiro-Ferreira, Nuno; Ostropytskyy, Vitaliy; Brito, João; Riche, Olivier; Stahl, Frederick; Dubitzky, Werner; Brito, Rui M.M. (2010-03)
    The P-found protein folding and unfolding simulation repository is designed to allow scientists to perform data mining and other analyses across large, distributed simulation data sets. There are two storage components in ...
  • Wynn, Thomas A; Hesse, Matthias; Sandler, Netanya G.; Kaviratne, Mallika; Hoffmann, Karl F; Chiaramonte, Monica G; Reiman, Rachael; Cheever, Allen W; Sypek, Joseph P; Mentink-Kane, Margaret M (2004-03)
    The selectin family of cell adhesion molecules is widely thought to promote inflammatory reactions by facilitating leukocyte recruitment. However, it was unexpectedly found that mice with targeted deletion of the P-selectin ...
  • Mohamed; Philippe; David Edward (2010-11-04)
    P2CS (http://www.p2cs.org) is a specialized database for prokaryotic two-component systems (TCSs), virtually ubiquitous signalling proteins which regulate a wide range of physiological processes. The primary aim of the ...
  • Mohamed; Philippe; Cécile; Mireille; Vincent; David Edward (2009-07-15)
    With the escalation of high throughput prokaryotic genome sequencing, there is an ever-increasing need for databases that characterise, catalogue and present data relating to particular gene sets and genomes/metagenomes. ...
  • Philippe; David E; Catherine; Wafa; Mohamed (2014)
    The P2CS database (http://www.p2cs.org/) is a comprehensive resource for the analysis of Prokaryotic Two-Component Systems (TCSs). TCSs are comprised of a receptor histidine kinase (HK) and a partner response regulator ...
  • P2RP 
    Mohamed; Philippe; David E (2013-04-20)
    Regulatory proteins (RPs) such as transcription factors (TFs) and two-component system (TCS) proteins control how prokaryotic cells respond to changes in their external and/or internal state. Identification and annotation ...
  • Philippe; Gilles; David E; Mohamed (2012-11-15)
    Background Transcription factors (TFs) are DNA-binding proteins that regulate gene expression by activating or repressing transcription. Some have housekeeping roles, while others regulate the expression of specific genes ...
  • Burrows, Michael T.; Schoeman, David S.; Buckley, Lauren B.; Moore, Pippa; Poloczanska, Elvira S.; Brander, Keith M.; Brown, Chris; Bruno, John F.; Duarte, Carlos M.; Halpern, Benjamin S.; Holding, Johnna; Kappel, Carrie V.; Kiessling, Wolfgang; O'Connor, Mary I.; Pandolfi, John M.; Parmesan, Camille; Schwing, Franklin B.; Sydeman, William J.; Richardson, Anthony J. (2011-11-04)
    Climate change challenges organisms to adapt or move to track changes in environments in space and time. We used two measures of thermal shifts from analyses of global temperatures over the past 50 years to describe the ...
  • Dominika Ewa; Alexander; Elzbieta; Karolina; Jonathan; Melanie; Michael W.; Glyn; Robert (2011-10)
    Chromosome painting is one of the most powerful and spectacular tools of modern molecular cytogenetics, enabling complex analyses of nuclear genome structure and evolution. For many years, this technique was restricted to ...
  • Manfred; Christopher J.; Barry A. (2004-11-17)
    Incident-light darkfield microscopy permits the direct observation of cellular structure of some plant fossils without the need for maceration. It allows the study of leaf epidermis and sporangial structure where it was ...
  • Humphreys, Michael W.; Ghesquiere, Marc; Zwierzykowski, Z.; Rapacz, M.; Rognli, O. A.; Ostrem, L. (Eucarpia, 2001)
    A new consortium (called SAGES) of European geneticists, plant physiologists, plant breeders, and seed merchants has been formed with EU funding. Perennial grassland represents 40% of the total agricultural land utilized ...
  • Timothy L. W.; Michael F.; R. J. (APS Press, 2002)
    Increase your understanding of powdery mildew fungi and the plant diseases they cause with the new book The Powdery Mildews: A Comprehensive Treatise. This valuable new reference work conveys the substantial scientific ...
  • Iain (2003-04-25)
    Recent field studies carried out in lacustrine environments have suggested that fish schools may be assorted with respect to parasite infections, but the generality and strength of parasite-assortative schooling in fish ...
  • Iain (2005)
    Parasites depend on host-derived energy for growth and development, and so are potentially affected by the host's ability to acquire nutrients under competitive foraging scenarios. Although parasites might be expected to ...
  • Iain (2007-05)
    In this review, three reasons are identified as to why it is important to focus on the role of parasites and the diseases they cause to understand the interrelationships between behaviour and welfare in fish. First, many ...
  • Iain (2002-07)
    Male sand goby Pomatoschistus minutus dominance in competition over nest sites was associated with higher body condition but not with the intensity of infection with any individual parasite of six different species, nor ...
  • Jayne L.; A. P. J.; Michael K. (Springer Science+Business Media, 2005-12-19)
  • Thomas, Ann; Panara, F.; Pupilli, F.; Polegri, L.; Calderini, O.; Donnison, Iain S.; Arcioni, Sergio (2010-07-17)
    Apomixis is a form of asexual reproduction through seed and has the potential to be applied, to great benefit, to agriculture. Understanding the genetic control of apomixis has proven to be a challenging task because the ...
  • J. R.; A.; S. N. (2003-04-01)
    This paper describes how plant breeders and farmers worked together to produce improved varieties of maize for the low-resource farmers of the Panchmahals district of Gujarat, India. Initially, farmers tested a range of ...

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