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Floodfort Software Smith Et Al. Doi:10.5194/Nhess-16-1-2016

Smith, Paul (2017)
Publisher: Zenodo
This resource represents a snapshot of the FloodForT package for the R statistical software used in Smith, Brown and Dugar; "Community-based early warning systems for flood risk mitigation in Nepal", NHESS, doi:10.5194/nhess-16-1-2016. Readers are revered to this paper for links to the data used and corresponding manual. Further details about R, options for installation and details of package management are found at https://cran.r-project.org/. For the results generated in the paper the p...

TCF21 is related to testis growth and development in broiler chickens

Abstract Background Large amounts of fat deposition often lead to loss of reproductive efficiency in humans and animals. We used broiler chickens as a model species to conduct a two-directional selection for and against abdominal fat over 19 generations, which resulted in a lean and a fat line. Direct selection for abdominal fat content also indirectly resulted in significant differences (P 

Detection of QTL for traits related to adaptation to sub-optimal climatic conditions in chickens

Abstract Background Growth traits can be used as indicators of adaptation to sub-optimal conditions. The current study aimed at identifying quantitative trait loci (QTL) that control performance under variable temperature conditions in chickens. Methods An F2 population was produced by crossing the Taiwan Country chicken L2 line (selected for body weight, comb area, and egg production) with an experimental line of Rhode Island Red layer R- (selected for low residual feed consumption). A total...

Urban and rural coverage of combined MDG and combined SDG indicators and their frequency ratios and percentage point differences.

Roche, Rachel; Bain, Robert; Cumming, Oliver (2017)
Publisher: Figshare
Urban and rural coverage of combined MDG and combined SDG indicators and their frequency ratios and percentage point differences.

Research Data Supporting "Plasmonic Chirality Imprinting On Nucleobase-Displaying Supramolecular Nanohelices Via Metal-Nucleobase Recognition"

This file contains the raw research data supporting the publication: Y. Lin et al., Plasmonic chirality imprinting on nucleobase-displaying supramolecular nanohelices via metal-nucleobase recognition, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2017, DOI: 10.1002/anie.201610976.  

Single Molecule, Full-Length Transcript Sequencing Provides Insight Into The Extreme Metabolism Of Ruby-Throated Hummingbird Archilochus Colubris

Hummingbirds can support their high metabolic rates exclusively by oxidizing ingested sugars, which is unsurprising given their sugar-rich nectar diet and use of energetically expensive hovering flight. However, they cannot rely on dietary sugars as a fuel during fasting periods, such as during the night, at first light, or when undertaking long-distance migratory flights, and must instead rely exclusively on onboard lipids. This metabolic flexibility is remarkable both in that the birds can ...

Humane: Zooniverse Logs Dataset

Yasseri, Taha (2017)
Publisher: Zenodo
Projects: EC | HUMANE (645043)
The dataset contains 54,033,154 records of classifications made to 17 projects by 345,898 unique contributors to the Zooniverse project. 

Regression coefficients for the eight curriculum subjects.

Doyle, John R.; Bottomley, Paul A; Angell, Rob (2017)
Publisher: Figshare
Regression coefficients for the eight curriculum subjects.