17 Works

Der albanischsprachige Raum (Arnavutluk) im 18. Jahrhundert. Eine noch zu schreibende Sprachgeschichte

Joachim Matzinger
In: Daniela Haarmann / Konrad Petrovszky (eds.), Language and Society in 18th Century South Eastern Europe / Sprache und Gesellschaft in Südosteuropa im 18. Jahrhundert, Yearbook of the Society for 18th Century Studies on South Eastern Europe 3 (2020), 102–126.

Proceedings of the 24rd International Conference on Digital Audio Effects

Gianpaolo Evangelista & Nicki Holighaus
Session 1: Virtual Analog: JUDY NAJNUDEL, RÉMY MÜLLER, THOMAS HÉLIE and DAVID ROZE: Identification of Nonlinear Circuits As Port-Hamiltonian Systems | PIER PAOLO LA PASTINA, STEFANO D'ANGELO and LEONARDO GABRIELLI: Arbitrary-Order IIR Antiderivative Antialiasing | KURT JAMES WERNER: An Equivalent Circuit Interpretation of Antiderivative Antialiasing | MICHELE DUCCESCHI, STEFAN BILBAO and CRAIG J. WEBB: Non-Iterative Schemes for the Simulation of Nonlinear Audio Circuits | MOHAMMED DANISH, STEFAN BILBAO and MICHELE DUCCESCHI: Applications of Port Hamiltonian...

Claiming Space Through Language: Conceptualizing a Location Based Cultural Space Experience

Aleyda Rocha Sepulveda, Eveline Wandl-Vogt & Georg Gartner

Data from: The genetic architecture of freezing tolerance varies across the range of Arabidopsis thaliana

Matthew W. Horton, Glenda Willems, Eriko Sasaki, Maarten Koornneef & Magnus Nordborg
The capacity to tolerate freezing temperatures limits the geographical distribution of many plants, including several species of agricultural importance. However, the genes involved in freezing tolerance remain largely unknown. Here, we describe the variation in constitutive freezing tolerance that occurs among worldwide accessions of Arabidopsis thaliana. We found that although plants from high latitudes tend to be more freezing tolerant than plants from low latitudes, the environmental factors that shape cold adaptation differ across the...

Pergamentnähte in mittelalterlichen Handschriften. Ein Tagungsbericht

Christine Jakobi-Mirwald, Thomas Csanády & Astrid Breith
In mittelalterlichen Handschriften vor allem des 12. und 13. Jahrhunderts lassen sich kunstvoll gefertigte, farbige Pergamentnähte beobachten, die meist aus der Entstehungszeit der Codices stammen und in der Forschung bislang wenig Beachtung fanden. Die drei Referate der Sektion befassten sich mit Entstehung und Beschaffenheit der Nähte und deren unterschiedlichen Stichformen und stellten hierzu zum ersten Mal eine begriffliche Systematik vor, die bei der Katalogisierung von Handschriften zukünftig Anwendung finden kann. Zudem konnte die Verbreitung der...

Sprache und Gesellschaft in Südosteuropa im 18. Jahrhundert

Daniela Haarmann & Konrad Petrovszky
In: Daniela Haarmann / Konrad Petrovszky (eds.), Language and Society in 18th Century South Eastern Europe / Sprache und Gesellschaft in Südosteuropa im 18. Jahrhundert, Yearbook of the Society for 18th Century Studies on South Eastern Europe 3 (2020), 14–18.

Data from: Genome-wide association study of Arabidopsis thaliana leaf microbial community

Matthew W. Horton, Natacha Bodenhausen, Kathleen Beilsmith, Dazhe Meng, Brian D. Muegge, Sathish Subramanian, M. Madlen Vetter, Bjarni J. Vilhjálmsson, Magnus Nordborg, Jeffrey I. Gordon & Joy Bergelson
Identifying the factors that influence the outcome of host–microbial interactions is critical to protecting biodiversity, minimizing agricultural losses and improving human health. A few genes that determine symbiosis or resistance to infectious disease have been identified in model species, but a comprehensive examination of how a host genotype influences the structure of its microbial community is lacking. Here we report the results of a field experiment with the model plant Arabidopsis thaliana to identify the...

Die Ungarische Spracherneuerung. Einleitung in ein Forschungsprojekt

Daniela Haarmann
About 1800 in the context of the upcoming national scholarliness language movements arose all over Europe. Their intention was the standardisation as the establishment of the own native language as a language of science and literature. One of them was Hungarian Language Renewal (Magyar Nyelvújítás). This article provides an overview of this specific language renewal in first sections: The first introduces the general European as the specific Hungarian background of this movement. Then, the political,...

Zum Umgang mit Metadaten an der ÖAW: Eine erste Annäherung

Veronika Gründhammer & Yukiko Sakabe

Language and Society in 18th Century South Eastern Europe

Daniela Haarmann & Konrad Petrovszky
In: Daniela Haarmann / Konrad Petrovszky (eds.), Language and Society in 18th Century South Eastern Europe / Sprache und Gesellschaft in Südosteuropa im 18. Jahrhundert, Yearbook of the Society for 18th Century Studies on South Eastern Europe 3 (2020), 8–12.

Zum ephesischen Mouseion

Hilke Thür
The existence of a mouseion in Ephesus, to which also belonged a medical school, is known from numerous inscriptions that were built into the Church of Mary as reused ashlars. Since a previous building dating from the Imperial era can be ruled out for them, the neighboring harbour gymnasium is primarily predestined as the location of a mouseion. Its palaestra had two large exedrae, the ‚marble hall‘ and the north exedra. The latter is designated...

Statthalterpalast und Statthaltergarde – neue Aspekte aus Carnuntiner Sicht

Christian Gugl, Mario Wallner & Wolfgang Neubauer
In the course of the large-scale archaeological prospection project „ArchPro Carnuntum 2011–2015“, a new military camp was discovered in the military settlement (canabae legionis) of Carnuntum (Bad Deutsch-Altenburg, Lower Austria). This military camp, measuring approx. 1.73 ha, was part of the Roman governor’s seat, which was located directly west of the legionary fortress. South of it was an exceptionally large, palace-like structure that finds its best comparisons in Roman villa architecture, especially among the peristyle...

Überlegungen zu einer historischen Soziolinguistik der frühneuzeitlichen Gesellschaft. Das Beispiel Binnenkroatien (16. bis 18. Jahrhundert)

Wladimir Fischer-Nebmaier
In: Daniela Haarmann / Konrad Petrovszky (eds.), Language and Society in 18th Century South Eastern Europe / Sprache und Gesellschaft in Südosteuropa im 18. Jahrhundert, Yearbook of the Society for 18th Century Studies on South Eastern Europe 3 (2020), 20–40.

Data from: Latitudinal and altitudinal patterns of plant community diversity on mountain summits across the tropical Andes

Francisco Cuesta, Priscilla Muriel, Luis D. Llambí, Stephan Halloy, Nikolay Aguirre, Stephan Beck, Julieta Carilla, Rosa I. Meneses, Soledad Cuello, Alfredo Grau, Luis E. Gámez, Javier Irazábal, Jorge Jacome, Ricardo Jaramillo, Lirey Ramírez, Natalia Samaniego, David Suárez-Duque, Natali Thompson, Alfredo Tupayachi, Paul Viñas, Karina Yager, María T. Becerra, Harald Pauli & William D. Gosling
The high tropical Andes host one of the richest alpine floras of the world, with exceptionally high levels of endemism and turnover rates. Yet, little is known about the patterns and processes that structure altitudinal and latitudinal variation in plant community diversity. Herein we present the first continental-scale comparative study of plant community diversity on summits of the tropical Andes. Data were obtained from 792 permanent vegetation plots (1m2) within 50 summits, distributed along a...

Data from: A map of local adaptation in Arabidopsis thaliana

Alexandre Fournier-Level, Arthur Korte, Martha D. Cooper, Magnus Nordborg, Johanna Schmitt & Amity M. Wilczek
Local adaptation is critical for species persistence in the face of rapid environmental change, but its genetic basis is not well understood. We identified candidate loci for local adaptation in the plant Arabidopsis thaliana from a genome-wide association study of lifetime fitness in geographically diverse accessions grown in field experiments in four sites across the species’ native range. Fitness-associated loci exhibited both geographic and climatic signatures of local adaptation. High-fitness alleles were generally distributed closer...

Data from: The effect of plant identity and mixed feeding on the detection of seed DNA in regurgitates of carabid beetles

Daniela Sint, Yasemin Guenay, Rebecca Mayer, Michael Traugott & Corinna Wallinger
Carabids are abundant in temperate agroecosystems and play a pivotal role as biocontrol agents for weed seed and pest regulation. While there is good knowledge regarding their effects on invertebrate pests, direct evidence for seed predation in the field is missing. Molecular approaches are ideally suited to investigate these feeding interactions; however, the effects of an omnivorous diet, which is characteristic for many carabid species, and seed identity on the detection success of seed DNA...

Data from: A map of local adaptation in Arabidopsis thaliana

Alexandre Fournier-Level, Arthur Korte, Martha D. Cooper, Magnus Nordborg, Johanna Schmitt & Amity M. Wilczek
Local adaptation is critical for species persistence in the face of rapid environmental change, but its genetic basis is not well understood. We identified candidate loci for local adaptation in the plant Arabidopsis thaliana from a genome-wide association study of lifetime fitness in geographically diverse accessions grown in field experiments in four sites across the species’ native range. Fitness-associated loci exhibited both geographic and climatic signatures of local adaptation. High-fitness alleles were generally distributed closer...

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