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Nuove tecnologie e diritto del lavoro

GIUSEPPE LUDOVICO, Fernando Fita-Ortega & Thereza Christina Nahas
Studi Italo-Brasiliani di Diritto del Lavoro e della Previdenza Sociale, 1

GEI - Greek Economic Inscriptions

GEI is an online, in-progress collection of Greek Inscriptions of Economic content, covering a period from the 6th to the 1st century BC. In recent years the attention of modern scholars to ancient Greek economy has received impetus from a series of newly published documents of undisputed significance. The results have been both a deeply renewed examination of consolidated theoretical positions and at the same time a detailed analysis of specific aspects of the economic...

MAConDA. Le Mostre d´Arte Moderna nelle Gallerie private in Italia: i due decenni cruciali 1960 - 1980. Mostre

Flavio Fergonzi, Giorgio Zanchetti & Barbara Cinelli
Nell'ambito degli obiettivi primari del progetto MAConDA, la ricerca è partita dalla constatazione della difficile, e in qualche caso proibitiva, accessibilità nelle biblioteche pubbliche (e anche in quelle specialistiche di storia dell'arte) di cataloghi, pieghevoli, inviti e altri materiali di galleria che documentano le mostre in oggetto: mostre che, nel periodo preso in esame, sono state spesso decisive per la storia delle esposizioni perchè hanno iniziato una vera e propria rivoluzione nel rapporto tra l'opera...

Contro frate Bernardino da Siena. Processi al maestro Amedeo Landi (Milano 1437-1447)

MARINA BENEDETTI & Tiziana Danelli

Visual recognition and coevolutionary history drive responses of amphibians to an invasive predator

Andrea Melotto, Gentile Francesco Ficetola, Elisa Alari, Samuele Romagnoli & Raoul Manenti
During biotic invasions, native prey are abruptly exposed to novel predators and are faced with unprecedented predatory pressures. Under these circumstances, the lack of common evolutionary history may hamper predator recognition by native prey, undermining the expression of effective anti-predatory responses. Nonetheless, mechanisms allowing prey to overcome evolutionary naïveté exist. For instance, in naïve prey, history of coevolution with similar native predators or recognition of general traits characterizing predators can favor recognition of stimuli released...

Optimal sequence similarity thresholds for clustering of molecular operational taxonomic units in DNA metabarcoding studies

Aurélie Bonin, Alessia Guerrieri & Gentile F. Ficetola
Clustering approaches are pivotal to handle the many sequence variants obtained in DNA metabarcoding datasets, therefore they have become a key step of metabarcoding analysis pipelines. Clustering often relies on a sequence similarity threshold to gather sequences in Molecular Operational Taxonomic Units (MOTUs), each of which ideally representing a homogeneous taxonomic entity, e.g. a species or a genus. However, the choice of the clustering threshold is rarely justified, and its impact on MOTU over-splitting or...

Come migliorare l’attrattività del sistema Italia per gli scienziati

Maria Pia Abbracchio, Alberto Mantovani, Marino Regini & Ferruccio Resta
UNIMI 2040, 7

Polar Stars. Why the Political Ideologies of Modernity still Matter

MAURO BARISIONE

Italy

Claudia Padovani, Giuliano Bobba, Alice Baroni, Marinella Belluati, Cecilia Biancalana, Mauro Bomba, Alice Fubini, Francesco Marrazzo, Rossella Rega, Christian Ruggiero, Simone Sallusti, Sergio Splendore & Michele  Valente

MAConDA, Le Mostre d´Arte Moderna nelle Gallerie private in Italia: i due decenni cruciali 1960 - 1980. Gallerie

Flavio Fergonzi, Giorgio Zanchetti & Barbara Cinelli
Nell'ambito del Progetto MACoNDA l'interrogazione trasversale di questa banca dati permette di ricostruire l'attività espositiva delle gallerie, con le opere esposte e i testi critici che le hanno accompagnate; confrontare le vicende artistiche delle tre città guida dell'arte moderna in Italia in modi che sono sfuggiti, fino a oggi, negli studi; campionare l'accessibilità visiva delle opere attraverso la diffusione delle loro riproduzioni; avvicinare alla conoscenza, con una documentazione più fondata, delle strategie del mercato dell'arte;...

Legal recognition of polyamory: Notes on its feasibility

Francesca Miccoli
This paper aims to analyse legal recognition of polyamorous relationships and to examine the main obstacles to its feasibility in the short run. Preliminarily, I shall make a few notes on the state of the art in the matter of polyamory, discuss relevant terminology issues, and enumerate some of the main features of polyamorous relationships with a view to framing the debate on their legal recognition. Polyamorous relationships are then contextualized in the light of...

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MAConDA. Le Mostre d´Arte Moderna nelle Gallerie private in Italia: i due decenni cruciali 1960 - 1980

Flavio Fergonzi, Giorgio Zanchetti & Barbara Cinelli
Il progetto MAConDA (Mostre di Arte Contemporanea Digital Archive) rende per la prima volta, liberamente fruibili online i materiali editoriali quali cataloghi, pieghevoli, inviti, altre edizioni di esposizioni di arte moderna tenute in alcune importanti gallerie private italiane attive nelle città di Torino, Milano e Roma durante il periodo 1960-1980. [...] L'obiettivo primario del progetto è stato quello di realizzare una banca dati di questi materiali. I cataloghi, i bollettini di galleria, i pieghevoli, le...

MIDI. Una guida al protocollo, alle estensioni e alla programmazione

Luca Andrea Ludovico

Data for Characterizing the spatial signal of environmental DNA in river systems using a community ecology approach

Isabel Cantera
Environmental DNA (eDNA) is gaining a growing popularity among scientists but its applicability to biodiversity research and management remains limited in river systems by the lack of knowledge about the spatial extent of the downstream transport of eDNA. Here, we assessed the ability of eDNA inventories to retrieve spatial patterns of fish assemblages along two large and species rich Neotropical rivers. We first examined overall community variation with distance through the distance decay of similarity...

Geographic variation in body size and plumage colour according to diet composition in a nocturnal raptor

Andrea Romano, Robin Séchaud & Alexandre Roulin
Predator–prey interactions are amongst the strongest selective forces that promote the evolution of local phenotypes in both predators and prey. However, intraspecific spatial covariation in phenotypic traits between predators and prey has been rarely investigated, especially at a large geographic scale. Here, we studied the covariation between prey composition and some phenotypic traits, such as wing length, bill length and plumage colour, of a widely-distributed nocturnal predator, the western barn owl Tyto alba. By using...

Functional biogeography of Neotropical moist forests: trait-climate relationships and assembly patterns of tree communities

Bruno Pinho, Marcelo Tabarelli, Cajo Ter Braak, S. J. Wright, Victor Arroyo-Rodriguez, Maíra Benchimol, Bettina Engelbrecht, Simon Pierce, Peter Hietz, Bráulio Santos, Carlos Peres, Sandra Müller, Ian Wright, Frans Bongers, Madelon Lohbeck, Ülo Niinemets, Martijn Slot, Steven Jansen, Davi Jamelli, Renato Augusto Ferreira De Lima, Nathan Swenson, Richard Condit, Jos Barlow, Ferry Slik, Manuel Hernández-Ruedas … & Felipe Melo
Aim: Here we examine the functional profile of regional tree species pools across the latitudinal distribution of Neotropical moist forests, and test trait-climate relationships among local communities. We expected opportunistic strategies (acquisitive traits, small seeds) to be overrepresented in species pools further from the equator due to long-term instability, but also in terms of abundance in local communities in currently wetter, warmer and more seasonal climates. Location: Neotropics. Time period: Recent. Major taxa studied: Trees....

Archived data for: Balancing selection, genetic drift, and human mediated-introgression interplay to shape MHC (functional) diversity in Mediterranean brown trout

Lorenzo Talarico, Silvio Marta, Anna Rita Rossi, Simone Crescenzo, Gerardo Petrosino, Marco Martinoli & Lorenzo Tancioni
The extraordinary polymorphism of Major Histocompatibility Complex (MHC) genes is considered a paradigm of pathogen-mediated balancing selection, although empirical evidence is still scarce. Furthermore, the relative contribution of balancing selection to shape MHC population structure and diversity, compared to that of neutral forces, as well as its interaction with other evolutionary processes such as hybridization, remains largely unclear. To investigate these issues, we analysed adaptive (MHC-DAB gene) and neutral (11 microsatellite loci) variation in 156...

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