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Can Nitrogen Source and Nitrification Inhibitors Affect In-Season Nitrogen Supply?

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This study sought to identify whether piggery effluent-derived nitrogen sources can be formulated with urea and nitrification inhibitors to better synchronize nitrogen (N) supply with crop demand than conventional urea fertilizer alone. A 288 pot pasture growth and leaching growth accelerator trial (5 pasture cuts) was completed with a factorial treatment structure of three N sources (2.63 g N [kg soil]−1 applied as 100% urea-N, 8% struvite-N + 92% urea-N, and 8% piggery pond sludge-N...

Amnesty International.Доклад 2015-2016.Права человека в современном мире. RUS.pdf

Jonn Doe
Amnesty International.Доклад 2015-2016.Права человека в современном мире. RUS.pdf

Федеральные клинические рекомендации. Дефицит витамина D у взрослых- диагностика, лечение и профилактика. 2015.pdf

Jonn Doe
Федеральные клинические рекомендации. Дефицит витамина D у взрослых- диагностика, лечение и профилактика. 2015.pdf

Seclusion, restraint, and involuntary medication in Finnish psychiatric care: a register study with root-level data

Emilia Laukkanen, Lauri Kuosmanen, Tuomas Selander & Katri Vehviläinen-Julkunen
Purpose: Despite potentially harmful effects, seclusion, restraint, and involuntary medication continue to be frequently applied in psychiatric care. These restrictive measures are often examined by means of registers, but homogeneous practices in the measurement and description seem to be missing. This nationwide register study aimed to examine the use of seclusion, mechanical and physical restraint, and involuntary medication in Finland. Material and methods: Root-level register data concerning the year 2017 were collected directly from 140...

Potential allelopathic azaphilones produced by the endophytic Chaetomium globosum TY1 inhabited in Ginkgo biloba using the one strain−many compounds method

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On the basis of the one strain−many compounds strategy, seven azaphilones, including Chaetomugilin A (1), D (2), S (3), I (4), J (5), Q (6) and O (7), were isolated from the endophytic Chaetomium globosum TY1. Their structures were identified by NMR and HRESIMS spectrometry data. All azaphilones were evaluated for plant growth regulation using eight species of herbaceous plant seeds seedling growth bioassay, which showed the plant growth influence of the seedling. Among these...

Word retrieval improves following a mindful breathing exercise but is unrelated to dispositional mindfulness

Adam I. Silver, Lori E. James & Brooke Small
Mindfulness can reduce anxiety and improve attentional control, so we tested for relationships between mindfulness and performance on word retrieval tasks. In Study 1, college students experienced a 10-min mindful breathing exercise or control condition, and participants in the mindful breathing condition correctly named more pictures than participants in the control condition. Participants also completed a self-report measure of dispositional mindfulness, but scores were unrelated to picture naming performance. In Study 2, online participants completed...

Cross-cultural comparison of theory of mind deficits in patients with schizophrenia from China and Denmark: different aspects of ToM show different results

Katrine Ingeman Beck, , , , Yuan Zhou & Vibeke Bliksted
Introduction: Theory of mind (ToM) has been established as one of the most investigated and pronounced social cognitive deficits in schizophrenia. Yet, knowledge on whether measures of ToM can be used and compared across cultures is sparse. In this study, we used two simple, non-verbal ToM tests in patients with schizophrenia and non-clinical controls from China and Denmark to investigate whether culture has an impact on ToM performance. Methods: Sixty-six patients with schizophrenia (35 Chinese)...

Cross-cultural comparison of theory of mind deficits in patients with schizophrenia from China and Denmark: different aspects of ToM show different results

Katrine Ingeman Beck, , , , Yuan Zhou & Vibeke Bliksted
Introduction: Theory of mind (ToM) has been established as one of the most investigated and pronounced social cognitive deficits in schizophrenia. Yet, knowledge on whether measures of ToM can be used and compared across cultures is sparse. In this study, we used two simple, non-verbal ToM tests in patients with schizophrenia and non-clinical controls from China and Denmark to investigate whether culture has an impact on ToM performance. Methods: Sixty-six patients with schizophrenia (35 Chinese)...

A Radiobiological Study of Carbon Ions of Different Linear Energy Transfer in Resistant Human Malignant Cell Lines

Ivan M. Petrović, Aleksandra M. Ristić Fira, , Vladana D. Petković, Giada Petringa, Pablo Cirrone & Giacomo Cuttone
Purpose: Analyses of elimination of four human radioresistant malignant cell lines to mono-energetic and non mono-energetic incoming carbon ion beams, characterized by different linear energy transfer (LET) qualities is performed. Comparisons with protons from the middle of the therapeutic spread Bragg peak (SOBP) and reference γ-rays are also included. Materials and Methods: HTB140 cells were irradiated at five positions, with different LET, along the 62 MeV carbon pristine Bragg peak. To provide reliable reproducibility of...

Supplementary material.docx

Enrico De Martino
Tables - Bed Rest study - AG

Mapping election results in proportional electoral systems

Peter Ondrejka
The paper presents a technique for efficient visualisation of election results in proportional electoral systems. Three cartographic methods (cartogram, inward-oriented buffer and proportional striping) are combined to produce a static map that gives an overview of the distribution of voting power, the electoral abstention and the election results. Unlike the conventional design that shows only the winning subjects, the proposed technique allows reader to analyse the results within a district as well as in the...

Self-similarity along the line Re(L(χ, s)) = 1 for 1st degree L functions near (i) large peaks and (ii) points known to correspond to large Riemann Zeta function peaks

John Martin
Two types of self-similarity exhibited in 1st degree L-functions on the line S=1+i*T are examined in the
range (10 5 < T < 10 30 ). Firstly, it is observed that there is extended mesoscale structure surrounding the
large peaks of the L-function on the line S=1+i*T reflecting closely the product function of (i) a truncated
Riemann Zeta function near the real axis with (ii) simple Euler factor type terms arising from the absent
lower modulo primes of the...

Acetic acid promoted an efficient and eco-friendly one-pot synthesis of functionalized novel isoxazolyl amino chromenopyrrole derivatives in aqueous medium

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An efficient, economical, and environmentally friendly method has been reported for one-pot synthesis of isoxazolyl amino chromenopyrrole derivatives from 4-amino-3-methyl-5-styrylisoxazoles, aryl glyoxal monohydrates and 4-aminocoumarins by using acetic acid (AcOH) as a green promoter and water as a reaction medium under heating condition. The attractive features of this method are operational simplicity, environmentally friendly, metal-free, shorter reaction time, broad substrate scope, easy purification of products and good to excellent yields. Most important of all, this...

TXNIP/VDUP1 attenuates steatohepatitis via autophagy and fatty acid oxidation

Hee-Seon Park, Ji-Won Song, Jin-Ho Park, , , Hwa-Young Son, , Bin Gao, Young-Suk Won & Hyo-Jung Kwon
Impaired macroautophagy/autophagy has been implicated in experimental and human nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH). However, the mechanism underlying autophagy dysregulation in NASH is largely unknown. Here, we investigated the role and mechanism of TXNIP/VDUP1 (thioredoxin interacting protein), a key mediator of cellular stress responses, in the pathogenesis of NASH. Hepatic TXNIP expression was upregulated in nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) patients and in methionine choline-deficient (MCD) diet-fed mice, as well as in palmitic acid (PA)-treated hepatocytes. Upregulation...

Supplementary material from Fusion of multi-view ultrasonic data for increased detection performance in non-destructive evaluation

Paul D. Wilcox, Anthony J. Croxford, Nicolas Budyn, Rhodri L. T. Bevan, Jie Zhang, Artem Kashubin & Peter Cawley
Details of pre-processing, statistical approximations & derivations and finite element validation

Additional methods information and additional figures from Active responses to outbreaks of infectious wildlife diseases: objectives, strategies and constraints determine feasibility and success

Claudio Bozzuto, Benedikt R. Schmidt & Stefano Canessa
This file contains additional methods information (parameterization, summary metric, management costs, delayed management onset) and Fig. S1-S8

Detailed data on GHG emissions from different biofuels from Environmental sustainability of biofuels: a review

Harish K. Jeswani, Andrew Chilvers & Adisa Azapagic
Detailed data on GHG emissions from different biofuels

Structural investigations into the binding mode of a novel noscapine analogue, 9-(4-vinylphenyl) noscapine, with tubulin by biochemical analyses and molecular dynamic simulations

, Pradeep Kumar Naik, , Naresh Manchukonda, Srinivas Kantevari & Manu Lopus
Structural investigations into the binding mode of a novel noscapine analogue, 9-(4-vinylphenyl) noscapine, with tubulin by biochemical analyses and molecular dynamic simulations

On the Quantum Computing Delusion

John Smith
The prospect of an up-coming quantum computer revolution is big news these days, with some technologists predicting that a scalable quantum computer is a mere 4 - 5 years away. It has even been claimed -by D-Wave cofounder Eric Ladizinsky- that this prospective revolution will be civilization's next big revolution. The truth is that quantum computers that are anything more than toys are, not merely difficult to engineer, but mathematically impossible, and based on a...

Cucurbituril - Molecule of the Month March 2006 [Archived version]

Fabio Pichierri
This is the Molecule of the Month entry for March 2006 about cucurbituril. It is a pdf archive version of the HTML webpage.

Cinnamaldehyde - Molecule of the Month August 2006 [Archived version]

Paul M. Burnham
This is the Molecule of the Month entry for August 2006 about cinnamaldehyde. It is a pdf archive version of the HTML webpage.

On the Quantum Computing Delusion

John Smith
The prospect of an up-coming quantum computer revolution is big news these days, with some technologists predicting that a scalable quantum computer is a mere 4 - 5 years away. It has even been claimed -by D-Wave cofounder Eric Ladizinsky- that this prospective revolution will be civilization's next big revolution. The truth is that quantum computers that are anything more than toys are, not merely difficult to engineer, but mathematically impossible, and based on a...

Location and petrographic summary of samples collected from Lundy Island. Age and petrogenesis of the Lundy granite: Paleocene intraplate peraluminous magmatism in the Bristol Channel, UK

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Table S1. Location and petrographic summary of samples collected from Lundy Island.

On the Quantum Computing Delusion

John Smith
The prospect of an up-coming quantum computer revolution is big news these days, with some technologists predicting that a scalable quantum computer is a mere 4 - 5 years away. It has even been claimed -by D-Wave cofounder Eric Ladizinsky- that this prospective revolution will be civilization's next big revolution. The truth is that quantum computers that are anything more than toys are, not merely difficult to engineer, but mathematically impossible, and based on a...

Design, synthesis and biological evaluation of chrysin benzimidazole derivatives as potential anticancer agents

Zhe Wang, , , , Juan Liu, Liu Zou, , Xuan Cao, , , , Xing Zheng &
A series of chrysin benzimidazole derivatives were synthesised and evaluated for their anticancer activity in the search for potential anticancer agents. Among them, compound 18 displayed the most potent anti-proliferative activity against MFC cells with IC50 values of 25.72 ± 3.95 μM. The flow cytometry results displayed that compound 18 induced apoptosis of MFC cells in a dose-dependent manner and caused the cell cycle to be arrested in the G0/G1 phase. Furthermore, the preliminary anticancer...

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