JUCS - Journal of Universal Computer Science Volume Nr. 6 Issue Nr. 1
kin-29 encodes the C. elegans homolog of mammalian Salt-Inducible Kinases (SIKs). kin-29 mutants are small, have increased propensity to develop into non-reproductive dauer larvae, have reduced chemoreceptor gene expression (Lanjuin and Sengupta, 2002; van der Linden et al.., 2007), have reduced cellular ATP despite increased fat stores, and show reduced sleep (Grubbs et al., 2020). KIN-29 phosphorylates and inhibits the class II histone deacetylase 4 homolog HDA-4 to regulate gene expression in sensory neurons (van...
Canonical reviewer's comments on: Bureau International des Poids et Mesures (2019) The International System of Units (SI) 9th ed.Erich Gnaiger
“The International System of Units, the SI, has been used around the world as the preferred system of units, the basic language for science, technology, industry and trade since it was established in 1960.” This statement heralds the 9th edition of the SI released on May 20, 2019. An new approach was introduced by defining the SI base units ― and thus the abstract SI units in general ― by their relation to fixed numerical...
Corrigendum: A toolkit of tagged glp-1 alleles reveals strong glp-1 expression in the germline, embryo, and spermathecaEB Sorensen, HS Seidel, SL Crittenden, JH Ballard & J Kimble
For Sorensen, EB; Seidel, HS; Crittenden, SL; Ballard, JH; Kimble, J (2020). A toolkit of tagged glp-1 alleles reveals strong glp-1 expression in the germline, embryo, and spermatheca. microPublication Biology. 10.17912/micropub.biology.000271. The authors correct the following: In the Methods section: The strain ‘JK5525 glp-1(q46) III; qSi155[Cbr-unc-119 + glp-1::Halotag] IV’ is corrected to ‘JK5225 glp-1(q46) III; qSi155[Cbr-unc-119 + glp-1::Halotag] IV’ The strain ‘JK5526 glp-1(q46) III; qSi156[Cbr-unc-119 + glp-1::Halotag] IV’ is corrected to ‘JK5226 glp-1(q46) III; qSi156[Cbr-unc-119...
The Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Outpatient Visits: Changing Patterns of Care in the Newest COVID-19 Hot SpotsAteev Mehrotra, Michael Chernew, David Linetsky, Hilary Hatch, David Cutler & Eric C. Schneider
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought dramatic changes to outpatient care delivery. This report describes visit trends from February 1 through August 1, 2020. By late June, several hot spots had emerged, with new COVID-19 cases surging in early-opening states while other areas of the country saw declining or steady rates.
CIES2020: As Energias Renováveis na Transição Energética: Livro de Comunicações do XVII Congresso Ibérico e XIII Congresso Ibero-americano de Energia Solar. Helder Gonçalves, Manuel Romero (Ed.). Lisboa, Portugal: LNEG, 3-5 Novembro, 2020, p. 33-38. ISBN: 978-989-675-076-3
This brief describes the current state of Australian agriculture, with the aim of providing key information and statistics in one place. We cover six key aspects of Australian agriculture: its role in the broader economy, trends in production, industry structure, exports, productivity and risk management. This is the second edition of this Snapshot, to be released at National Outlook in March.
This report updates ABARES farm performance by size statistics through to 2018-19. This report forms part of the March release of Agricultural Commodities
This paper reports on the results of an update to ABARES farmers' terms of trade (FToT) indicators. This includes updates to the price indexes for farm outputs and inputs to production, and measures of farm costs and net farm returns. These indicators are used together with other data and information to monitor the performance of the agricultural sector and to inform stakeholders.
This study fills this gap by examining the self-reported mental health (SRMH) of immigrants by admission category and other immigration dimensions (e.g., source world region and duration since landing) and making comparisons with Canadian-born respondents to a population-based survey.
Evaluating the psychometric properties of the parent-rated Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire in a nationally representative sample of Canadian children and adolescents aged 6 to 17 years, Matt D. Hoffmann, Justin J. Lang, Michelle D. Guerrero, Jameason D. Cameron, Gary S. Goldfield, Heather M. Orpana & Margaret de Groh
The purpose of this study was to examine the psychometric properties of the parent-rated Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire with a nationally representative sample of Canadian children and adolescents.
Australia’s agriculture sector is one of the least subsidised in the world. This helps keep Australian farmers competitive on world markets and ensure we have access to consumers globally. Keeping global subsidies low will be important to help ensure global gains in food security continue to be made.
This report explores the potential impacts on agricultural trade from the COVID-19 pandemic. For Australian producers, the recent drought conditions and bushfires will continue to dominate production outcomes for the 2019-20 season, with potential improvement due to improved seasonal condition likely for 2020-21. The COVID-19 pandemic is most likely to disrupt trade through supply chain and logistics disruption that could limit access to imported inputs or limit product reaching final markets.
This is a communications piece, describing the key insights from earlier ABARES research on India's agricultural demand to 2050 from the report 'What India Wants'. This piece is a response to an industry and departmental need for information on India's agricultural import demand now and into the future.
University of Beira Interior25
Centralne Laboratorium Kryminalistyczne Policji23
Vyatka State University22
Institute of Biology of Komi Scientific Centre21
Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais7
Fluminense Federal University6
Poznań University of Technology5
Silesian University of Technology5
Vyatka State Agricultural Academy5