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  • Fear appeals used prior to a high-stakes examination: What makes them threatening?

    Putwain, DW; Remedios, R
    Prior to high-stakes examinations teachers use messages that focus on avoiding failure as a motivational strategy. Such messages, referred to as fear appeals, have been linked with negative outcomes. The strength of that link is determined by whether fear appeals are appraised by students as threatening. The aim of this study was to examine whether the threat appraisal of fear appeals was predicted from frequency of message use, academic self-efficacy and subjective values (intrinsic, attainm...

    Population status of chimpanzees in the Masito-Ugalla Ecosystem, Tanzania.

    Piel, AK; Cohen, N; Kamenya, S; Ndimuligo, SA; Pintea, L; Stewart, FA
    More than 75 percent of Tanzania's chimpanzees live at low densities on land outside national parks. Chimpanzees are one of the key conservation targets in the region and long-term monitoring of these populations is essential for assessing the overall status of ecosystem health and the success of implemented conservation strategies. We aimed to assess change in chimpanzee density within the Masito-Ugalla Ecosystem (MUE) by comparing results of re-walking the same line transects in 2007 and 20...

    The importance of donor population identity and habitat type when creating new populations of small Melampyrum sylvaticum from seed in Perthshire, Scotland

    Dalrymple, SE; Broome, A
    Small cow-wheat Melampyrum sylvaticum, a nationally scarce annual identified as a priority species in the UK Biodiversity Action Plan, was the focus of a translocation attempt aiming to establish new populations within the extent of its former Scottish range. Seeds were collected (from wild Scottish populations) in three phases (in the years 2005, 2006 and 2008) and sown at six receptor sites where the species was absent but habitat seemed suitable. Each phase used increasing numbers of seed ...

    A statistical mechanics approach for an effective, scalable, and reliable distributed load balancing scheme for grid networks

    Abu-Rahmeh, O
    The advances in computer and networking technologies over the past decades produced new type of collaborative computing environment called Grid Networks. Grid network is a parallel and distributed computing network system that possesses the ability to achieve a higher computing throughput by taking advantage of many computing resources available in the network. To achieve a scalable and reliable Grid network system, the workload needs to be efficiently distributed among the resources accessib...

    Transcriptomic alterations induced by Monuron in rat and human renal proximal tubule cells in vitro and comparison to rat renal-cortex in vivo

    Bloch, KM; Yaqoob, N; Sharma, S; Evans, AR; Aschauer, L; Radford, R; Jennings, P; Ryan, MP; Van Delft, JHM; Lock, EA
    Monuron (1,1-dimethyl-3-(4-chlorophenyl)urea) is a non-selective phenylurea herbicide, widely used in developing countries although concerns have been raised about its toxicity and carcinogenicity. Monuron was evaluated by the National Toxicology Program in 1988 and shown to be a male rat-specific renal carcinogen. We report that oral administration of Monuron to male rats for 3 days, leads to a larger number of genes being differentially expressed in the renal-cortex than in the liver. Furth...
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