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Digital Repository Infrastructure Vision for European Research
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  • OpenAIRE - Specs for interoperability with existing CRIS-systems and Commission tools

    The aim of the OpenAIRE system is to harvest publication bibliographic metadata from institutional and subject-based repositories, e.g., Open Access Repositories (OAR), and in parallel to fetch project metadata from the CORDA database of the European Commision to enable ways for interconnecting the two, in order to identify, capture and measure the results obtained through EC fundings in FP7 projects. This deliverable explores two main issues related with the above scenario: (i) the possibili...

    Does abscisic acis affect strigolactone biosynthesis?

    Strigolactones are considered a novel class of plant hormones that, in addition to their endogenous signalling function, are exuded into the rhizosphere acting as a signal to stimulate hyphal branching of arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM) fungi and germination of root parasitic plant seeds. Considering the importance of the strigolactones and their biosynthetic origin (from carotenoids), we investigated the relationship with the plant hormone abscisic acid (ABA). Strigolactone production and ABA co...

    A rigorous observable for vacancy characterization and diffusion in crystals

    We introduce an observable field to describe the dynamics of a single vacancyin a crystal. This field is the density of a pseudo quantum wavefunctionrepresenting the vacancy, which, in turn, is the ground state eigenfunction ofan Hamiltonian associated to the potential energy field generated by the atomsin the sample. In our description, the $\hbar^2/2 m$ coefficient of the kineticenergy term is a tunable parameter that makes the density localized in theregions of relevant minima of the poten...

    Arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis decreases strigolactone production in tomato.

    Strigolactones are a new class of plant hormones emerging as important signals in the control of plant architecture. In addition, they are key elements in plant communication with several rhizosphere organisms. Strigolactones are exuded into the soil, where they act as host detection signals for arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM) fungi, but also as germination stimulants for root parasitic plant seeds. Under phosphate limiting conditions, plants up-regulate the secretion of strigolactones into the r...

    ArrayExpress update—trends in database growth and links to data analysis tools

    The ArrayExpress Archive of Functional Genomics Data (http://www.ebi.ac.uk/arrayexpress) is one of three international functional genomics public data repositories, alongside the Gene Expression Omnibus at NCBI and the DDBJ Omics Archive, supporting peer-reviewed publications. It accepts data generated by sequencing or array-based technologies and currently contains data from almost a million assays, from over 30 000 experiments. The proportion of sequencing-based submissions has grown signif...
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