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The % identity between bacterial mRNA 5' UTR sequences shown in Figure

Nicholas Delihas
Copyright information:Taken from "Annotation and evolutionary relationships of a small regulatory RNA gene and its target in species"BMC Microbiology 2003;3():13-13.Published online 30 Jun 2003http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC166144.Copyright © 2003 Delihas; licensee BioMed Central Ltd. This is an Open Access article: verbatim copying and redistribution of this article are permitted in all media for any purpose, provided this notice is preserved along with the article's original URL.

Log-transformed mean plasma retinol concentrations with 95% C

Monique Van Lettow, Anthony D Harries, Johnny J Kumwenda, Ed E Zijlstra, Tamara D Clark, Taha E Taha & Richard D Semba
Copyright information:Taken from "Micronutrient malnutrition and wasting in adults with pulmonary tuberculosis with and without HIV co-infection in Malawi"BMC Infectious Diseases 2004;4():61-61.Published online 21 Dec 2004PMCID:PMC544350.Copyright © 2004 van Lettow et al; licensee BioMed Central Ltd.I. are depicted by severity of wasting and plasma HIV load. Among the not-wasted adults with pulmonary tuberculosis log mean plasma retinol concentration significantly decrease with the increase of plasma HIV load (= 0.004). Among those with mild, moderate and...

Logit-normal probability graph paper from 0 to 0.5.

Pere Millán
Logit-normal probability graph paper from 0 to 0.5.

Normal probability graph paper.

Pere Millán
Normal probability graph paper.

Tenthredo (Allantus) repanda Klug, 1816, syntype (4)

Marko Prous
Tenthredo (Allantus) repanda Klug, 1816, syntype Original description: Klug, F. 1816: Die Blattwespen nach ihren Gattungen und Arten zusammengestellt. - Der Gesellschaft Naturforschender Freunde zu Berlin Magazin für die neuesten Entdeckungen in der gesamten Naturkunde, Berlin 8 (1814) (1): 42-84. Type locality: Germany.

Tenthredo (Allantus) repanda Klug, 1816, syntype (3)

Marko Prous
Tenthredo (Allantus) repanda Klug, 1816, syntype Original description: Klug, F. 1816: Die Blattwespen nach ihren Gattungen und Arten zusammengestellt. - Der Gesellschaft Naturforschender Freunde zu Berlin Magazin für die neuesten Entdeckungen in der gesamten Naturkunde, Berlin 8 (1814) (1): 42-84. Type locality: Germany.

Tenthredo (Casipteryx) roborowskyi cf. female from Tibet

Andreas Taeger
Tenthredo (Casipteryx) specimen from China
(In the collection of the Zoological Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg). This is a part of http://dx.doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.845614. References:
Taeger, A. 1991: Zwei neue paläarktische Blattwespengattungen aus der Unterfamilie Tenthredininae (Insecta, Hymenoptera, Symphyta: Tenthredinidae). Entomologische Abhandlungen. Staatliches Museum für Tierkunde in Dresden, 54 (3): 71–95.
Nie, H. & Wei, M. 1997: Taxonomic Study of the Genus Casipteryx Taeger (Hymenoptera: Tenthredinomorpha). Entomotaxonomia. La Revuo de Sistematika Entomologio, 19, Suppl.: 91–94.
Wei, M.-C....

Nearby, Young Moving Groups : Proper Motion vs Position

Jonathan Gagné, David Lafrenière, René Doyon, Lison Malo, & Adric Riedel
This GIF animation shows proper motion as a function of position for bona fide members of nearby, young moving groups. For each object, a great circle was drawn on the Celestial sphere with matching position and proper motion direction, so that a convergent point typically near the Solar Apex can be seen. The list of bona fide members is that of Malo et al. (2013). The style of these figures were inspired from the beautiful...

SHARED Resources project: the sharingpoint

Agnes Soares, Mario Diwersy & Martin Schmidt
”Scientists for Health and Research for Development” is a digital network based on validated information about ongoing medical and health related research, researchers and institutions. Amongst others, it’s main objectives are (a) to make health related information available on the Web in order to promote cooperation and exchange of information and technology among health related organisations and (b) to support cooperation and avoidance of duplication of efforts to solve common health problems and (c) to...

Figure 1c: The number of requests (new and renewals) received by all institutions in the July sample week

Sharon Tuersley & Stuart Lawson
This figure is from the following report: Tuersley, Sharon; Lawson, Stuart (2013): Digitisation Benchmarking Project Report. figshare.
http://dx.doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.871580

Randomisation of next generation sequencing data while preserving genomic event distributions

Andrea Gobbi, Francesco Iorio, David Wedge, Kevin Dawson, Ludmil Alexandrov, Giuseppe Jurman & Julio Saez-Rodriguez
Presented at the "Machine Learning for Computational Biology' (MLCB) NIPS 2013 Workshop - Lake Tahoe, US, 2013

Little Red Riding Hood was a Cochlear Implant User!!

Etienne Gaudrain, Christina Fuller, Jeanne N. Clarke, John J. Galvin, , Rolien Free & Deniz Başkent
Poster presented at CIAP 2013, Lake Tahoe, CA: To track a particular speaker in a crowd, or to simply recognize someone they know (perhaps a sickly Grandma), normal-hearing (NH) listeners rely on the perception of the vocal characteristics of the speaker. Two properties seem to be particularly important: the glottal-pulse rate (GPR), which relates to pitch, and the vocal-tract length (VTL), which relates to the perceived size of the speaker. NH listeners are very sensitive...

Shifting species ranges & changing phenology: A new approach to mining social media for ecosystems observations

Mary Z. Fuka, Jeremiah Osborne-Gowey & Daniel R. Fuka
Presented at the American Geophysical Union Fall 2013 Meeting in San Francisco, California, Dec. 8-13. Geoscientists & ecologists are increasingly using social media to solicit 'citizen scientists' to participate in the data collection process. However, social media users are also a largely untapped resource of spontaneous, unsolicited observations of the natural world. Of particular interest are observations of species phenology & range to better develop a predictive understanding of how ecosystems are affected by a...

Novel biophysical life cycle model for European anchovy in the northwestern Mediterranean: towards a fishery management tool

Andrés Ospina-Álvarez, Isabel Palomera, Pierre Garreau, Amandine Nicolle & Carolina Parada
A. Ospina-Alvarez, I. Palomera, P. Garreau, A. Nicolle, and C. E. Parada, “Novel biophysical life cycle model for European anchovy in the northwestern Mediterranean: towards a fishery management tool ,” ICES Annual Science Conference. Nantes, 20-Sep-2010. Recruitment of anchovy is thought to largely depend on the passive transport of eggs from spawning to nursery areas. However, biological parameters (i.e. early larvae density, egg buoyancy) affecting the transport and dispersion are scarce when dealing with population...

GDP vs Science

Endre Sebestyén
Plot showing the relationship between GDP (ppp per capita) and number of scientists (scientists/engineers per million).

SFN 2013 Poster: A correspondence between the brain's functional architecture and the content and form of self-generated thought

Daniel Lurie, Krzysztof J. Gorgolewski, , Cameron Craddock, Michael P. Milham, Daniel S. Margulies & Jonathan Smallwood
Presented 2013.11.13 at the Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting in San Diego, CA.

Validation of a vibroacoustic finite element model using bottlenose dolphin simulations: the dolphin biosonar beam is focused in stages

Ted W. Cranford, Vanessa Trijoulet, Cynthia R. Smith & Petr Krysl
Psychoacoustic laboratory studies with live dolphins require considerable resources and are essential for assessing the validity of our models. Computerized numerical modelling methods are a reasonable approach to simulate the vibroacoustic functions of the dolphin biosonar apparatus. In order to validate this approach, we chose a vibroacoustic finite element model to simulate sound production and sound beam formation in the bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus), based on computed tomography scans from live and postmortem dolphins. The...

Tenthredo (Casipteryx) stigmaticalis female from Nan Shan (2)

Andreas Taeger
Tenthredo (Casipteryx) specimen from China
(formerly in the collection of the Zoological Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg, now in the Senckenberg Deutsches Entomologisches Institut, Müncheberg). This is a part of http://dx.doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.845614. References:
Taeger, A. 1991: Zwei neue paläarktische Blattwespengattungen aus der Unterfamilie Tenthredininae (Insecta, Hymenoptera, Symphyta: Tenthredinidae). Entomologische Abhandlungen. Staatliches Museum für Tierkunde in Dresden, 54 (3): 71–95.
Nie, H. & Wei, M. 1997: Taxonomic Study of the Genus Casipteryx Taeger (Hymenoptera: Tenthredinomorpha). Entomotaxonomia....

Extensive Modulation of the Transcription Factor Transcriptome during Somatic Embryogenesis in Arabidopsis thaliana. - improved Fig. 8.

& Marta Gliwicka
improved figure 8 Figure 8. Functional categories of differentially expressed genes. A) TFs differentially expressed during SE. B) SE-associated TFs. TFs were annotated to four major categories (plant development, phytohormones, stress and others) and various subcategories. Given are the numbers of TFs in the different functional categories. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0069261.g008

Head of Asilidae in dorsal view (Figs 50-51)

Torsten Dikow
Heads in dorsal view. 50. Dasyllis funebris (Laphriinae). 51. Pegesimallus laticornis (Dasypogoninae). Vestiture omitted except for setae on median occipital sclerite. Scale lines = 1 mm.

Cibarium of Asilidae (Figs 44-47)

Torsten Dikow
Cibarium. 44–45. Cibarium with attached pharyngeal pump in lateral view (dotted lines indicate unsclerotized cuticle connecting both structures, anterior = left). 44. Dioctria hyalipennis (Dioctriinae). 45. Lycomya germainii (Asilinae). 46–47. Cibarium in posterior view. 46. Willistonina bilineata (Willistonininae). 47. Dioctria hyalipennis. Scale lines = 0.5 mm.

Wings of Asilidae (Figs 73-74)

Torsten Dikow
Wings. 73. Hoplistomerus nobilis (Laphriinae). 74. Promachus amastrus (Asilinae). Wing veins and cells labeled; for abbreviations see character descriptions and McAlpine (1981). Scale lines = 1 mm.

Parametric Lighting Studies

Silvia G. Tavares
This work investigates project parameters such as geometry, window size, quantity of artificial light and distribution of artificial light. The ECOTECT software is the analytical tool, which permits space adequacy studies and optimization of the energy used on artificial lighting systems. The obtained illumination qualities are results of varying the sizes of the void, environmental widths and lengths. To start with, the NBR 5413 demands for worksatations, circulation and lighting levels were accessed. This study...

Cartesian graph paper with lines every 1cm.

Pere Millán
Cartesian graph paper with lines every 1cm.

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