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Data from: Estimating body mass of free-living whales using aerial photogrammetry and 3D volumetrics

Fredrik Christiansen, Mariano Sironi, Michael J. Moore, Matías Di Martino, Marcos Ricciardi, Hunter A. Warick, Duncan J. Irschick, Robert Gutierrez & Marcela M. Uhart
1. Body mass is a key life history trait in animals. Despite being the largest animals on the planet, no method currently exists to estimate body mass of free-living whales. 2. We combined aerial photographs and historical catch records to estimate the body mass of free-living right whales (Eubalaena sp.). First, aerial photogrammetry from unmanned aerial vehicles was used to measure the body length, width (lateral distance) and height (dorso-ventral distance) of free-living southern right...

Complexes of fluconazole with sodium p-sulfonatocalix[n]arenes: characterization, solubility and antifungal activity

P. A. S. Abranches, E. V. V. Varejão, C. M. da Silva, Â. de Fátima, T. F. F. Magalhães, D. L. da Silva, M. A. de Resende-Stoianoff, S. Reis, C. S. Nascimento, W. B. de Almeida, I. M. Figueiredo & S. A. Fernandes
Aiming at providing new formulations capable of improving the biopharmaceutical properties of fluconazole, we studied the formation of host–guest complexes of this antifungal agent with water-soluble sodium p-sulfonatocalix[n]arenes.

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