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Manouria emys (Schlegel and Müller 1840) – Asian Giant Tortoise, Giant Asian Forest Tortoise [chapter]

Craig Stanford, Pratyaporn Wanchai, Chuck Schaffer, Rick Schaffer, Kumthorn Thirakhupt
2015 Chelonian Research Monographs  
-Schlegel and Müller originally described Testudo emys in 1840; the etymology of the specific epithet is either from the Greek "emus", meaning freshwater turtle (Ernst and Barbour 1989), or borrowed from  ...  -Testudo emys Schlegel and Müller 1840, Manouria emys, Manouria emys emys, Geochelone emys, Geochelone emys emys, Testudo emys emys, Testudo emydoides Duméril and Bibron in Duméril and Duméril 1851, Manouria  ...  Photos by Craig Stanford. Figure 10 . 10 Manouria emys phayrei foraging for fungi in a stream, Kaeng Krachan National Park, Thailand.  ... 
doi:10.3854/crm.5.086.emys.v1.2015 fatcat:u7xniqs2zzhcxdkalx46bjgpfa

Review of Muller, J., Davies, B. and A. Morais (eds) (2004) Reading Bernstein, Researching Bernstein

Craig Ronalds
2007 Linguistics and the Human Sciences  
Book reviewed Muller, J., Davies, B. and A. Morais (eds) (2004) Reading Bernstein, Researching Bernstein. London and New York: Routledge. xv + 238 pp. ISBN 0-415-33982-0.  ... 
doi:10.1558/lhs.v1i3.543 fatcat:dsbhtuj5vjevpeopzwvsvcb3qm

Review of Muller, J., Davies, B. and A. Morais (eds) (2004) Reading Bernstein, Researching Bernstein

Craig Ronalds
2007 Linguistics and the Human Sciences  
Book reviewed Muller, J., Davies, B. and A. Morais (eds) (2004) Reading Bernstein, Researching Bernstein. London and New York: Routledge. xv + 238 pp. ISBN 0-415-33982-0.  ... 
doi:10.1558/lhs.2005.1.3.543 fatcat:y7o4tvtz5vanjajksco7rrkzl4

Stat3 defines three populations of müller glia and is required for initiating maximal müller glia proliferation in the regenerating zebrafish retina

Craig M. Nelson, Ryne A. Gorsuch, Travis J. Bailey, Kristin M. Ackerman, Sean C. Kassen, David R. Hyde
2012 Journal of Comparative Neurology  
proliferating Müller glia, 3) Stat3-independent Ascl1a-dependent proliferating Müller glia.  ...  Stat3 expression was observed in all Müller glia, while Ascl1a expression was restricted to only the mitotic Müller glia.  ...  Several microarray experiments identified genes that significantly change in expression during retinal regeneration Kassen et al., 2007; Craig et al., 2008; Qin et al., 2009; Morris et al., 2011) .  ... 
doi:10.1002/cne.23213 pmid:22886421 pmcid:PMC3478445 fatcat:khxhjr5vcrh2hkyxvryrt4olhy

Visualizing Design Erosion: How Big Balls of Mud are Made [article]

David Baum, Jens Dietrich, Craig Anslow, Richard Müller
2018 arXiv   pre-print
Software systems are not static, they have to undergo frequent changes to stay fit for purpose, and in the process of doing so, their complexity increases. It has been observed that this process often leads to the erosion of the systems design and architecture and with it, the decline of many desirable quality attributes, such as maintainability. This process can be captured in terms of antipatterns-atomic violations of widely accepted design principles. We present a visualisation that exposes
more » ... he design of evolving Java programs, highlighting instances of selected antipatterns including their emergence and cancerous growth. This visualisation assists software engineers and architects in assessing, tracing and therefore combating design erosion. We evaluated the effectiveness of the visualisation in four case studies with ten participants.
arXiv:1807.06136v1 fatcat:eb3zw6vltvcatmsd7bc52wwjru

Susceptibility to Ebbinghaus and Müller-Lyer illusions in autistic children: a comparison of three different methods

Catherine Manning, Michael J. Morgan, Craig T. W. Allen, Elizabeth Pellicano
2017 Molecular Autism  
Autistic children showed a heightened susceptibility to the Müller-Lyer illusion, but only in the method-ofadjustment task. This result may reflect differences in decisional criteria.  ...  Methods: We measured susceptibility to two contextual illusions (Ebbinghaus, Müller-Lyer) in autistic children aged 6-14 years and typically developing children matched in age and non-verbal ability using  ...  condition in Ebbinghaus task and I-O in Müller-Lyer task.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s13229-017-0127-y pmid:28344759 pmcid:PMC5364638 fatcat:pjgh353nmvhkbax77k6allzeem

Child with delayed motor milestones

Farzanah Ismail, Craig Muller, Ruan Goller, Zarina I. Lockhat, Savvas Andronikou
2011 Skeletal Radiology  
doi:10.1007/s00256-011-1233-0 fatcat:ntl6tzpvffgfheexujvhlgjvl4

What Makes Beat Tracking Difficult? A Case Study On Chopin Mazurkas

Peter Grosche, Meinard Müller, Craig Stuart Sapp
2010 Zenodo  
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doi:10.5281/zenodo.1415852 fatcat:dvpusnn5qzhpxhx4tow5kwwby4

Characterization of Müller glia and neuronal progenitors during adult zebrafish retinal regeneration

Ryan Thummel, Sean C. Kassen, Jennifer M. Enright, Craig M. Nelson, Jacob E. Montgomery, David R. Hyde
2008 Experimental Eye Research  
This suggests that Pax6 expression increases in neuronal progenitors, rather than in the proliferating Müller glia.  ...  Using the Tg(gfap:EGFP) nt11 transgenic line, Ngn1 was localized to the Müller glial nuclei that were reestablished following the regenerative response.  ...  We termed this group dedifferentiated Müller glia, because of their decreased expression of Müller glialspecific markers.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.exer.2008.07.009 pmid:18718467 pmcid:PMC2586672 fatcat:6pgq7zumhvc27cwfi3x7khsgfy

Processivity of proteolytically modified forms of T7 RNA polymerase

Daniel K. Muller, Craig T. Martin, Joseph E. Coleman
1988 Biochemistry  
Further confirmation comes from photochemical cross-linking of the complex between the 24 base pair promoter and 80K-20K complex, which results in cross-links to the 80K fragment only (Muller and Coleman  ... 
doi:10.1021/bi00415a055 pmid:2460133 fatcat:oms3gilvhnf2vgm26cz36ei3gm

Geodynamic implications of moving Indian Ocean hotspots

Craig O'Neill, Dietmar Müller, Bernhard Steinberger
2003 Earth and Planetary Science Letters  
The reconstructed positions of many of the Indian Ocean intraplate volcanic features are inconsistent with the present positions of the hotspots to which they have been ascribed. The discrepancy can be explained by the past motion of the hotspots themselves, and in the errors introduced in an absolute plate model based on fixed hotspots. Previous models for the motion of hotspots in the Indian Ocean (e.g. [Steinberger and O'Connell, in: The History and 635^650]) have had success in matching
more » ... olatitudes of the Kerguelen hotspot, but not the Marion or Reunion hotspots. We calculate the motion of the Indian Ocean hotspots using a method described in Steinberger and O'Connell (op. cit.), employing a plate motion model revised using identification of Mesozoic magnetic anomalies in the Enderby Basin [Gaina et al., in: The Evolution and Dynamics of the Australian Plate, in press]. We find a motion of V7 ‡ south for the Kerguelen plume, similar to previous models [Antretter et al., op. cit.]. This motion alleviates the discrepancies in the position of the Kerguelen plume and its purported involvement in the formation of the Ninetyeast Ridge, Rajmahal Traps, Bunbury basalts and assorted volcanics of the Western Australian margin. We find a motion of 5 ‡ north and 7 ‡ south for the Reunion and Marion plumes, respectively. The motion of the Reunion hotspot is consistent with paleolatitude estimates. The apparent fixity of the Marion hotspot [Torsvik et al., Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 164 (1998) 221^232] is not well-constrained, but may be due to the combination of hotspot motion and true polar wander acting in opposing directions. We present revised absolute finite rotations for the Indian plate for the last 65 Ma based on the motion of these hotspots, which place India farther north in the past than for fixed hotspot models. ß
doi:10.1016/s0012-821x(03)00368-6 fatcat:rmioew3u5venbptogdteco3hpa

Assessing data change in scientific datasets

Juliane Müller, Boris Faybishenko, Deborah Agarwal, Stephen Bailey, Chongya Jiang, Youngryel Ryu, Craig Tull, Lavanya Ramakrishnan
2021 Concurrency and Computation  
ORCID Juliane Müller APPENDIX A. DATA SOURCES Below are the references for the data and processing software we used in this study. SDSS The  ... 
doi:10.1002/cpe.6245 fatcat:5bff5nmgg5a63kzlmy7djmds6y

Attaining Automaticity in the Visual Numerosity Task is Not Automatic

Craig P. Speelman, Katrina L. Muller Townsend
2015 Frontiers in Psychology  
Copyright © 2015 Speelman and Muller Townsend. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License (CC BY).  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2015.01744 pmid:26635658 pmcid:PMC4646971 fatcat:3n52fjfs4zgtramujifkzxwa6m

Processivity in early stages of transcription by T7 RNA polymerase

Craig T. Martin, Daniel K. Muller, Joseph E. Coleman
1988 Biochemistry  
The elongation rate constant for T7 RNA polymerase on long templates has been measured to be about 230 (Golomb & Chamberlin, 1974; Muller et al., 1988) .  ...  Evidence for this latter possibility has been obtained recently in a study of proteolytically modified forms of T7 RNA polymerase (Muller et al., 1988) .  ... 
doi:10.1021/bi00411a012 pmid:3415967 fatcat:yuhpccck2jedppbusl3krxxrp4

Cooling Water System Modelling for Control and Energy Optimisation Purposes

Cornelius J. Muller, Ian K. Craig
2014 IFAC Proceedings Volumes  
The norm though is the opposite and the opportunities for optimisation after commissioning can be attractive as described e.g. in Muller et al. (2011) and Ricker et al. (2012) .  ... 
doi:10.3182/20140824-6-za-1003.01030 fatcat:xaqdipr4rjgprbgdmhqkvtyi6u
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