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  • Lin28a Is Dormant, Functional, and Dispensable During Mouse Oocyte-to-Embryo Transition

    The oocyte-to-embryo transition (OET) denotes transformation of a highly differentiated oocyte into totipotent blastomeres of the early mammalian embryo. OET depends exclusively on maternal RNAs and proteins accumulated during oocyte growth, which implies importance of post-transcriptional control of gene expression. OET includes replacement of abundant maternal microRNAs (miRNAs), enriched also in differentiated cells and exemplified by the Let-7 family, with embryonic miRNAs common in pluri...

    Etika odvrženého a morálka oběti. K pojetí lidství a nelidství u Adorna, Butler a Améryho

    The article focuses on investigations of human and inhuman from the non-anthropocentric perspective. It deals with authors who do not take humanity of human being for granted. These authors describe becoming human as a possible dimension of living experience. The analysis starts with Judith Butler's Giving an Account of Oneself and her interpretation of Adorno's mediation on human and nonhuman in Minima Moralia and Principles of Moral Philosophy. Butler concludes in her interpretation that in...

    Separable reductions and rich families in theory of Fréchet subdifferentials

    In a recent paper [Separable reduction in the theory of Fréchet subdifferentials, Set-Valued Var. Anal. 21(4) (2013) 661–-671] we presented the separable reduction for a general statement covering practically all important properties of Fréchet subdifferentials, in particular: the non-emptiness of subdifferentials, the non-zeroness of normal cones, the fuzzy calculus, and the extremal principle; all statements being considered in the Fréchet sense. As in earlier studies of various separable r...

    Energy, tourism

    The chapter provides a general definition of energy and resume the role and environmental impacts of tourism as one of the largest global industries and energy consumers.Then the energy tourism nexus is conceptualized from three perspectives: The first is energy as a driver of tourism. The second is energy as a constraint of tourism. The third is energy as an attraction and object of tourists´interests.

    Adsorpce nízkomolekulárních organických látek produkovaných fytoplanktonem na granulovaném aktivním uhlí

    This study deals with the adsorption of algal organic matter (AOM) onto granular activated carbon (GAC) with a special focus on compounds with low molecular weight (MW). These were isolated from cellular matter of cyanobacterium Microcystis aeruginosa. Two different types of GAC were used for the experiments (Picabiol 12x40 and Filtrasorb TL 830) and the influence of pH and ionic strength on the adsorption efficacy of the low-MW AOM was investigated.
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