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Taxonomic study on the genus Pselaphodes Westwood (Coleoptera, Staphylinidae, Pselaphinae) from China. Part III

crawler.gbif.org (2012)
Publisher: GBIF Secretariat
This dataset contains the digitized treatments in Plazi based on the original journal article Yin, Zi-Wei, Li, Li-Zhen, Gu, Fu-Kang (2012): Taxonomic study on the genus Pselaphodes Westwood (Coleoptera, Staphylinidae, Pselaphinae) from China. Part III. Zootaxa 3189: 29-38

Dynamics of Cardiovascular Ageing

Stefanovska, Aneta (2012)
Publisher: Colchester, Essex: UK Data Archive

Dynamic Mechanisms of Cell Rigidity Sensing: Insights from a Computational Model of Actomyosin Networks

Cells modulate themselves in response to the surrounding environment like substrate elasticity, exhibiting structural reorganization driven by the contractility of cytoskeleton. The cytoskeleton is the scaffolding structure of eukaryotic cells, playing a central role in many mechanical and biological functions. It is composed of a network of actins, actin cross-linking proteins (ACPs), and molecular motors. The motors generate contractile forces by sliding couples of actin filaments in a pola...

Patients’ demographic criteria.

Comparison of clinical and demographic parameters of patients and serum adiponectin levels of the control and the case cohort of the study.

Benchmarking of prediction methods using the BS2.

Benchmarking of prediction methods using the BS2.

Fluctuating Environments, Sexual Selection and the Evolution of Flexible Mate Choice in Birds

A. Botero, Carlos; R. Rubenstein, Dustin (2012)
Publisher: Figshare
Environmentally-induced fluctuation in the form and strength of natural selection can drive the evolution of morphology, physiology, and behavior. Here we test the idea that fluctuating climatic conditions may also influence the process of sexual selection by inducing unexpected reversals in the relative quality or sexual attractiveness of potential breeding partners. Although this phenomenon, known as ‘ecological cross-over’, has been documented in a variety of species, it remains unclear th...