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New species and new records of sea spiders (Arthropoda: Pycnogonida) from deep waters in Western Australia

Arango, Claudia P. (2009)
Publisher: Plazi.org taxonomic treatments database
This dataset contains the digitized treatments in Plazi based on the original journal article Arango, Claudia P. (2009): New species and new records of sea spiders (Arthropoda: Pycnogonida) from deep waters in Western Australia. Zootaxa 1977: 1-20, DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.185190

A correlation of anaerobic methane oxidizing archaea with geochemical gradients in coastal Californian marine sediments

Constan, Lea (2009)
Publisher: University of British Columbia
The anaerobic oxidation of methane (AOM) is a globally important process estimated to consume over 384.2 teragrams of the greenhouse gas methane in sediments per year. At least three anaerobic methane oxidizing archaeal groups, ANME-1, -2, -3, which further partition into subgroups, have been implicated in this process. However, none of these organisms have been isolated in pure culture and the ecological and functional dynamics of AOM remain poorly understood. The ANME express a homologue of...

Model spore trajectories for seven basidiomycetes species based on measurements of spore size and launch speed and using Stokes model of viscous drag.

To aid visualization, spores were launched horizontally from arbitrary heights. Positions of spores at 50 µs intervals indicated by dots. The variation in horizontal range predicted from the measured variation in launch speeds (±standard error; Table 1) for each species is represented by the shaded region around each trajectory. Species initials: G.j.-v., Gymnosporangium juniperi-virginianae; T.c., Tilletia caries; S.s., Sporobolomyces salmonicolor; A.a., Auricularia auricula; P.s., Polyporus...

Dissociable Perceptual Effects of Visual Adaptation

Neurons in the visual cortex are responsive to the presentation of oriented and curved line segments, which are thought to act as primitives for the visual processing of shapes and objects. Prolonged adaptation to such stimuli gives rise to two related perceptual effects: a slow change in the appearance of the adapting stimulus (perceptual drift), and the distortion of subsequently presented test stimuli (adaptational aftereffects). Here we used a psychophysical nulling technique to dissociat...

Enrichment factors for top 1,000 compounds.

The enrichment factor (EF) can be defined as:where a is the number of active compounds in the n top-ranked compounds and A is the number of total N compounds. In this table, the n for EF (10%), n for EF (30%), and N were 100, 300, and 1,000, respectively. For the respective proteins, A, n for EF (10%), and n for EF (30%) indicate the numbers of active compounds in the top 1,000, top 100, and top 300, respectively. All of the EF values calculated from the result of screening using multiple pos...

Vascular Smooth Muscle Modulates Endothelial Control of Vasoreactivity via Reactive Oxygen Species Production through Myoendothelial Communications

BackgroundEndothelial control of vascular smooth muscle plays a major role in the resulting vasoreactivity implicated in physiological or pathological circulatory processes. However, a comprehensive understanding of endothelial (EC)/smooth muscle cells (SMC) crosstalk is far from complete. Here, we have examined the role of gap junctions and reactive oxygen species (ROS) in this crosstalk and we demonstrate an active contribution of SMC to endothelial control of vasomotor tone.Methodology/Pri...

Redescription of the genus Manta with resurrection of Manta alfredi (Krefft, 1868) (Chondrichthyes; Myliobatoidei; Mobulidae)

Michael B. Bennett (2009)
Publisher: Plazi.org taxonomic treatments database
This dataset contains the digitized treatments in Plazi based on the original journal article Marshall, Andrea D., Compagno, Leonard J. V., Bennett, Michael B. (2009): Redescription of the genus Manta with resurrection of Manta alfredi (Krefft, 1868) (Chondrichthyes; Myliobatoidei; Mobulidae). Zootaxa 2301: 1-28, DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.191734

Genes up-regulated or down-regulated fourfold or greater in the presence of 30 mM benzoate.

aSignificant log2 expression ratio values are shown (p≤0.001). For genes represented by duplicate probes in the array, only the promoter-proximal probe is presented.bExpression ratios at pH 6 versus pH 7 [31] are indicated as +, higher at pH 6; –, higher at pH 7.cGenes within known sigma factor regulons [28], [68], [69] are indicated: SigB, σB; SigW, σW; SigH, σH. All other positive and negative regulation was obtained from the DBTBS database (http://dbtbs.hgc.jp/).

Positive control set.

A. Kavanaugh, Laura; S Dietrich, Fred (2009)
Publisher: Figshare
Test genes selected to form the positive control set.

Retinal wave generation.

A previously published retinal wave model [30] was used to produce the patterns of retinal activity used in this study. Ferret retinal wave patterns served as control values. Variations from this control behavior were used to examine the sensitivity of development to particular spatiotemporal patterns of activity. The parameters , , , , and correspond to parameters of the same name as described originally [30]. RGC activity was pre-computed for each of the simulations. 24 hours of wave data...