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Differentiation in cereal production among Member States of the European Union

Anna Nowak

Influence des granulats recyclés sur le comportement à haute température des bétons à hautes performances

Susanna ROMAGNOSI, Prosper PLIYA, Anne-Lise BEAUCOUR & Albert NOUMOWE

Effect of various nitrogen doses on chromium and nickel content, accumulation and translocation in yellow lupine

Andrzej Wysokiński & Beata Kuziemska

KONCEPCJA I PROJEKT GRY DYDAKTYCZNEJ DLA POTRZEB SZKOLENIA PERSONELU Z ZAKRESU LEAN MANUFACTURING

Agnieszka Terelak-Tymczyna, Eliza Jarysz-Kamińska & Emilia Bachtiak-Radka

SYSTEM WORKFLOW JAKO NARZĘDZIE ZARZĄDZANIA PRZEPŁYWEM DOKUMENTÓW W PRZEDSIĘBIORSTWIE

Magdalena Rojek, Ewa Dostatni & Izabela Rojek

Impact of the variety and severity of Cercospora beticola infection on the qualitative and quantitative parameters of sugar beet yields

Agnieszka Kiniec, Jacek Piszczek, Wojciech Miziniak & Adam Sitarski

Contents, Cybium 44(4), 2020

Methylation of the D2 dopamine receptor affects binding with the human regulatory proteins Par-4 and Calmodulin

Alexander Bowitch, Ansuman Sahoo, Andrea M. Clark, Christiana Ntangka, Krishna K. Raut, Paul Gollnick, Michael C. Yu, Steven M. Pascal, Sarah E. Walker & Denise M. Ferkey
Protein arginine methylation is a post-translational modification that contributes to the regulation of many cellular processes, including DNA damage repair, transcriptional regulation and protein-protein interaction (Bedford and Richard 2005). In 2003, a large-scale proteomics analysis identified a number of G protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs) as potentially being arginine methylated (Boisvert et al. 2003). However, the effect of methylation on these receptors was not examined. Functional evidence that protein arginine methylation regulates GPCR signaling was first reported...

“Not Just a Black Body”: How COVID-19 Hit Home for One Doctor

Shanoor Seervai
On the latest episode of The Dose, we listen to guest Magdala Chery, M.D., a primary care physician and Commonwealth Fund Fellow in Minority Health Policy.

Colorectal Cancer Cost Fact Sheet

Diego Hernandez, Michael Schlander & Tao Ran

Medicare Advantage Plans Offering Expanded Supplemental Benefits: A Look at Availability and Enrollment

Thomas Kornfield, Matt Kazan, Miryam Frieder, Robin Duddy-Tenbrunsel, Shruthi Donthi & Alessandra Fix
Since 2019, Medicare Advantage plans have had flexibility to address unmet needs by targeting benefits and offering “primarily health-related benefits.”

Heart Rate Variability: A Possible Machine Learning Biomarker for Mechanical Circulatory Device Complications and Heart Recovery

Theodore Lin, Zain Khalpey & Shravan Aras
Cardiovascular disease continues to be the number one cause of death in the United States, with heart failure patients expected to increase to >8 million by 2030. Mechanical circulatory support (MCS) devices are now better able to manage acute and chronic heart failure refractory to medical therapy, both as bridge to transplant or as bridge to destination. Despite significant advances in MCS device design and surgical implantation technique, it remains difficult to predict response to...

Physiological changes in Russian sturgeon (Acipenser gueldenstaedtii) after long-term holding and final maturation

Irina Barannikova, Liubov Bayunova, Tatiana Semenkova & Igor Trenkler
During a long-term holding in tanks (1 year) without feeding, male winter-form Russian sturgeon from Volga River were investigated at the beginning of anadromous migration in the spring (gonads far from maturity) until maturation the following spring. An increase of testosterone, 11-ketotestosterone, total protein and cholesterol serum concentrations was observed during holding, followed by completion of gametogenesis. After final maturation induced by LHRH-A, androgens, total protein and cholesterol levels decreased significantly; high quality sperm was...

Workers’ responses to job loss when employment opportunities are scarce

, Rene Morrissette & Hanqing Qiu
This Insights article examines the degree to which workers who lost their job in 2009 started a business, changed regions, went back to school or began a registered apprenticeship in 2010, the year following job loss. The analysis combines the 2001 Census of Population with Statistics Canada’s Longitudinal Worker File and Registered Apprenticeship Information System.

Fishers’ perceptions of river resources: case study of French Guiana native populations using contextual cognitive mapping

Guillaume Longin, Louis Bonneau de Beaufort, Guy Fontenelle, Raphaëlle Rinaldo, Jean-Marc Roussel & Pierre-Yves Le Bail
This study focuses on fishers’ perceptions of interactions between their practices and their environment. The study was performed in the upper section of the Maroni River in French Guiana, a relatively remote region in the tropical rainforest where subsistence fishing still occurs. We assessed the fishers’ perceptions of their relationship with the river by asking them about the state of natural resources, their fishing practices, nearby activities, and their way of life. Cognitive mapping was...

Effects of the reconstruction in the Shibetsu River on upstream migration behaviour of chum salmon assessed by EMG radio telemetry

Yuya Makiguchi, Hisaya Nii, Katsuya Nakao & Hiroshi Ueda
During the periods 2004-2006, 30 adult chum salmon tagged with an electromyogram (EMG) transmitter and depth/temperature (DT) logger were tracked along both the canalized and reconstructed segments of the Shibetsu River, Hokkaido Japan. To estimate effects of the reconstruction on upstream migration of chum salmon, swimming speed calculated from EMG signals, ground speed, swimming efficiency index (SEI), and time of holding behaviour were compared between males and females. Critical swimming speed (Ucrit) of 13 chum...

Subcellular localization of the voltage-gated K+ channel EGL-36 , a member of the KV3 subfamily, in the ciliated sensory neurons in C. elegans

Sebiha Cevik & Oktay I. Kaplan
C. elegans EGL-36 displays extensive similarity to human KCNC proteins, the conserved potassium channel subfamily KV3 (the Shaw subfamily). This potassium channel subfamily contains four genes KCNC1, KCNC2, KCNC3, and KCNC4 encoding KV3.1 (Shaker), KV3.2 (Shab), KV3.3 (Shaw), and KV3.4 (Shal), respectively. Previous studies have demonstrated that C. elegans EGL-36 is expressed in the egg-laying muscles, ventral cord neurons, and the subset of ciliated sensory neurons including ADEL, ADER, PHB through its subcellular localization in...

Weekly Australian Climate, Water and Agricultural Update-archive 2018

Emma Pearce & Matthew Miller
The Weekly Australian Climate, Water and Agricultural Update is your up-to-date source of forecasts and information on climatic conditions, water availability and commodity price movements. The Weekly Update contains a summary of total and forecast rainfall, temperature anomalies, recent climatic conditions, notable weather events and their impact on agriculture, water storage levels, irrigation allocations, and commodity prices. The report is compiled using data from a number of sources, including the Bureau of Meteorology, public and...

Habitudes et stratégies alimentaires de Tylochromis jentinki jentinki (Cichlidae) dans la lagune Ébrié (Côte d’Ivoire)

Kouadio J. Konan, Boua C. Atsé & N’Guessan J. Kouassi
Le régime alimentaire de Tylochromis jentinki jentinki (Steindachner, 1895) dans la lagune Ébrié (Côte d’Ivoire) a été étudié en fonction de la taille des spécimens, des saisons hydrologiques et des stations d’échantillonnage. Les contenus digestifs de 991 spécimens (84-235 mm LS), capturés de février 2004 à janvier 2005 avec des filets maillants ont été analysés. Sur l’ensemble des tubes digestifs examinés, 402 contenaient des proies et 589 étaient vides (59,4%). L’indice d’importance relative (%IRI) combinant...

Révision taxinomique du genre Solea et réhabilitation du genre Barnardichthys (Soleidae ; Pleuronectiformes)

Josiane Vachon, François Chapleau & Martine Desoutter
À la suite de l’examen de matériel type et non-type ainsi qu’à la lecture de la description originale de plusieurs espèces nominales du genre Solea, nous avons reconnu huit espèces valides. Il s’agit de Solea solea, S. senegalensis, S. aegyptiaca, S. turbynei, S. ovata, S. stanalandi, S. elongata et S. heinii. Nous donnons ici une nouvelle description de chaque espèce, avec des commentaires sur la position phylogénétique du genre. Nous réhabilitons également le genre Barnardichthys...

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