Come continuare l’intervento sociale professionale quando ci sono cambiamenti nel sistema di accoglienza?Marco Accorinti
Elsen, S., Nothdurfter, U., Nagy, A., Lintner, C., & Trott, L. (Eds.). (2021). Social work in a border region (pp. 243–257).
Elsen, S., Nothdurfter, U., Nagy, A., Lintner, C., & Trott, L. (Eds.). (2021). Social work in a border region (pp. 285–298).
Increased sovereign credit risk is often associated with sharp currency movements. Therefore, expectations of the probability of a sovereign default event can convey important information regarding future movements of exchange rates. In this paper, we investigate the possible pass-through of risk in the sovereign debt markets to currency markets by proposing a new risk premium factor for predicting exchange rate returns based on sovereign default risk. We compute it from the term structure at different...
Teaching and assessing academic writing for tourism studies: An example of reflective practice from the fieldMichael Ennis
In M. J. Ennis & J. Prior (Eds.), Approaches to English for Specific and Academic Purposes (pp. 85–118).
Systemische Prozessbegleitung als erlebnispädagogische Methode im Kontext der Peer-Education in der offenen Jugendarbeit – Begleitung in der Persönlichkeitsentwicklung als Fundament partizipativer BürgerschaftUlrike Huber Girardi & Doris Kofler
Elsen, S., Nothdurfter, U., Nagy, A., Lintner, C., & Trott, L. (Eds.). (2021). Social work in a border region (pp. 339–353).
In M. J. Ennis & J. Prior (Eds.), Approaches to English for Specific and Academic Purposes (pp. 11–35).
In G. T. Cirella & S. Zerbe (Eds.), Sustainable Water Management and Wetland Restoration Strategies in Northern China (pp. 173–187).
In G. T. Cirella & S. Zerbe (Eds.), Sustainable Water Management and Wetland Restoration Strategies in Northern China (pp. 95–117).
Social participation of elderly people – A qualitative study with particular focus on people with lifelong intellectual disabilities in later agesSylvia Rainer
In S. Elsen & W. Lorenz (Eds.), Social innovation, participation and the development of society – Soziale Innovation, Partizipation und die Entwicklung der Gesellschaft (pp. 159–177).
Wolbachia is a maternally inherited obligate endosymbiont that can induce a wide spectrum of effects in its host, ranging from mutualism to reproductive parasitism. At the genomic level, recombination within and between strains, transposable elements, and horizontal transfer of strains between host species make Wolbachia an evolutionarily dynamic bacterial system. The invasive cherry fruit fly Rhagoletis cingulata arrived in Europe from North America ~40 years ago, where it now co-occurs with the native cherry pest...
Data from: The hitchhiker's guide to Europe: the infection dynamics of an ongoing Wolbachia invasion and mitochondrial selective sweep in Rhagoletis cerasiHannes Schuler, Kirsten Koeppler, Sabine Daxböck-Horvath, Bilal Rasool, Susanne Krumboeck, Dietmar Schwarz, Thomas Hoffmeister, Birgit Schlick-Steiner, Florian Steiner, Arndt Telschow, Christian Stauffer, Wolfgang Arthofer, Markus Riegler, Birgit C. Schlick-Steiner, Florian M. Steiner & Thomas S. Hoffmeister
Wolbachia is a maternally inherited and ubiquitous endosymbiont of insects. It can hijack host reproduction by manipulations such as cytoplasmic incompatibility (CI) to enhance vertical transmission. Horizontal transmission of Wolbachia can also result in the colonization of new mitochondrial lineages. In this study, we present a 15-year-long survey of Wolbachia in the cherry fruit fly Rhagoletis cerasi across Europe and the spatiotemporal distribution of two prevalent strains, wCer1 and wCer2, and associated mitochondrial haplotypes in...
Aim: Plant species continue to be moved outside of their native range by human activities. Here, we aim at determining whether, once introduced, plants assimilate into native communities, or whether they aggregate, thus forming mosaics of native- and alien-rich communities. Alien species may aggregate in their non-native range due to shared habitat preferences, such as their tendency to establish in high-biomass, species-poor areas. Location: 22 herbaceous grasslands in 14 countries, mainly in the temperate zone....
Ecological patterns of root nodule diversity in cultivated and wild rooibos populations: a community prediction approachJosep Ramoneda, Jaco Le Roux, Emmanuel Frossard, Beat Frey & Hannes Andres Gamper
There is interest in understanding the factors behind the biogeography of root-associated bacteria due to the joint effects that plant host, climate, and soil conditions can have on bacterial diversity. For legume crops with remaining wild populations, this is of even more importance, because the effects of cropping on undisturbed root-associated bacterial communities can be addressed. Here, we used a community prediction approach to describe the diversity of the root nodule bacterial communities of rooibos...
Mastellotto, L., & Zanin, R. (Eds.). (2021). EMI and beyond: Internationalising higher education curricula in Italy (pp. 215–239).
Tonon, G. (a cura di). (2020). WOOD-UP ‒ Valorizzazione della filiera di gassificazione di biomasse legnose per l’energia, la fertilità del suolo e la mitigazione dei cambiamenti climatici (pp. 47–71).