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Event-Driven Metamorphoses of P Systems [chapter]

Thomas Hinze, Raffael Faßler, Thorsten Lenser, Naoki Matsumaru, Peter Dittrich
2009 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
r h .Event-Driven Metamorphoses of P Systems T.  ...  Event-Driven Metamorphoses of P Systems T. Hinze, R. Faßler, T. Lenser, N. Matsumaru, P.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-95885-7_17 fatcat:p7dwg35lszdgfikml3colx43ny

Page 641 of Journal of Sedimentary Research Vol. 72, Issue 5 [page]

2002 Journal of Sedimentary Research  
The group consists of a lower unit, the Cobham Formation, of metamorphosed siliciclastic and carbonate rocks and a younger and less metamorphosed sandstone-rich Goldie Formation.  ...  the flows were driven down slope by gravity.  ... 

Involvement of Glucocorticoids in the Reorganization of the Amphibian Immune System at Metamorphosis

Louise A. Rollins-Smith, Katherine S. Barker, A. Tray Davis
1997 Developmental Immunology  
Amphibian metamorphosis offers a unique opportunity to study dramatic hormone-driven changes in the immune system in a compressed time frame.  ...  In recent years, integrative animal biologists and behavioral scientists have begun to understand the complex interactions between the immune system and the neuroendocrine system.  ...  Price of the flow cytometry laboratory of the Veterans Administration Medical Center of Nashville for assistance with flow cytometry. RU486 was a generous gift of Roussel Uclaf, Romainville, France.  ... 
doi:10.1155/1997/84841 pmid:9587715 pmcid:PMC2275978 fatcat:4gbha4mvznc3rjvnds6upklbzq

Basin boundary metamorphoses: Changes in accessible boundary orbits

Celso Grebogi, Edward Ott, James A. Yorke
1987 Physica D : Non-linear phenomena  
The boundary metamorphoses which we investigate are characterized by a sudden replacement of the basin boundary's accessible orbit.  ...  Basin boundaries sometimes undergo sudden metamorphoses.  ...  This work was supported by the Department of Energy (Office of Basic Energy Sciences), DARPA under NIMPP, and the Office of Naval Research.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0167-2789(87)90078-9 fatcat:dalufukxhffcjjrl62xu5qvt4u

Basin boundary metamorphoses: Changes in accessible boundary orbits

Celso Grebogi, Edward Ott, James A. Yorke
1987 Nuclear Physics B - Proceedings Supplements  
The boundary metamorphoses which we investigate are characterized by a sudden replacement of the basin boundary's accessible orbit.  ...  Basin boundaries sometimes undergo sudden metamorphoses.  ...  This work was supported by the Department of Energy (Office of Basic Energy Sciences), DARPA under NIMPP, and the Office of Naval Research.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0920-5632(87)90024-7 fatcat:l5j635o24vagzgxrmncdd4r4di

Effects of monsoon-driven wave action on coral reefs of Guam and implications for coral recruitment

Mikel A. Becerro, Victor Bonito, Valerie J. Paul
2006 Coral reefs  
Transects at 9, 18, and 25-m depths were surveyed at two reef sites before and after heavy wave action driven by westerly monsoon winds.  ...  Communities differed significantly between sites and depths, but major changes in benthic community structure were associated with wave action driven by monsoon winds.  ...  This is contribution number 134 of the US ECOHAB program, 576 of the University of Guam Marine Laboratory, and 617 of the Smithsonian Marine Station at Fort Pierce.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00338-005-0080-7 fatcat:kvzjqp4bqrcvfmhj2f52fo3wvy

Environmentally mediated reproductive success predicts breeding dispersal decisions in an early successional amphibian

Laurent Boualit, Julian Pichenot, Aurélien Besnard, Rémi Helder, Pierre Joly, Hugo Cayuela
2019 Animal Behaviour  
The results revealed that the probability of successful reproduction and the number of newly metamorphosed individuals increased with both the size and the proportion of disturbance of a patch.  ...  Dispersal evolution is driven by a trade-off between costs and benefits, which is influenced by interindividual variability and local environmental conditions (context-dependent dispersal).  ...  We used the mean size of patches in our study system as the boundary between the two size classes.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.anbehav.2019.01.008 fatcat:5oobi66jbbcrzjxbfgtopklp2m

Teleost Metamorphosis: The Role of Thyroid Hormone

Marco António Campinho
2019 Frontiers in Endocrinology  
This event is an unparalleled morphological change in vertebrate development and a remarkable display of the capacity of TH-signaling in shaping adaptation and evolution in teleosts.  ...  Higher local thyroid cellular signaling leads to cell-specific responses that bring about localized developmental events.  ...  This evidence shows that sub-ocular asymmetric ossification and subdermal proliferation are both TH-driven events (45) .  ... 
doi:10.3389/fendo.2019.00383 fatcat:ppdqa5kwjrh6dpq2gbroqttl4u

Diel activity of newly metamorphosed juvenile sea lamprey (Petromyzon marinus)

Scott M. Miehls, Christopher M. Holbrook, J. Ellen Marsden, Michael Schubert
2019 PLoS ONE  
River-resident larval sea lamprey metamorphose into juveniles and migrate from their larval stream habitats in fall through spring, but diel timing of this migratory behavior is not well understood.  ...  Diel activity was determined for newly metamorphosed sea lamprey using day/night net sampling and passive integrated transponder (PIT) telemetry in two natural streams and PIT telemetry in an artificial  ...  Any use of trade names is for descriptive purposes only and does not imply endorsement by the U.S. Government.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0211687 pmid:30726289 pmcid:PMC6364913 fatcat:ov7uz7u5xnh7jp6zbom7dk4sya

Temperature-driven shifts in a host-parasite interaction drive nonlinear changes in disease risk

Sara H. Paull, Bryan E. LaFonte, Pieter T. J. Johnson
2012 Global Change Biology  
of hosts, parasites and their interactions can enhance our ability to predict temperature-driven changes to disease risk.  ...  Climate-driven changes to disease patterns will therefore depend on underlying shifts in host and parasite development rates and the timing of their interactions.  ...  P.), and grants from the University of Colorado Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Department (S. H. P.), Beverly Sears graduate student research program (S. H.  ... 
doi:10.1111/gcb.12018 fatcat:ufxwaoopbngsdezheodwsthmry

Larval growth in polyphenic salamanders: making the best of a bad lot

H. H. Whiteman, S. A. Wissinger, M. Denoël, C. J. Mecklin, N. M. Gerlanc, J. J. Gutrich
2011 Oecologia  
Facultative paedomorphosis is a polyphenism in which salamanders either metamorphose or retain their larval morphology and eventually become paedomorphic.  ...  Our results emphasize that the same phenotype can be adaptive under different environmental and genetic contexts and that studies of phenotypic variation should consider multiple mechanisms of morph production  ...  Howard for his unending and much needed advice, wisdom, revisions, and patience during the initial phases of this project. W. Brown, A.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00442-011-2076-z pmid:21796407 fatcat:sa2fs2jidfg5njo66ryvu64dl4

Page 387 of PMLA. Publications of the Modern Language Association of America Vol. 73, Issue 4 [page]

1957 PMLA. Publications of the Modern Language Association of America  
one witness but by a dozen, all respectable, and with no possibility of collu- sion between them” (p. 1).  ...  When the change is known to be reversible, as in the myth of Circe, in the Metamorphoses (usually called The Golden Ass) of Apuleius, and in the typical tale of enchantment, interest is stimulated by the  ... 

New geological model of the Lagoa Real uraniferous albitites from Bahia (Brazil)

Alexandre Oliveira Chaves
2013 Open Geosciences  
The geotectonic implications include the importance of the Orosirian event in the Paramirim Block during paleoproterozoic Săo Francisco Craton edification and the influence of the Brasiliano event in the  ...  Unlike the previous models in which uraniferous albitites represent Na-metasomatised 1.75 Ga anorogenic granitic rocks, it is understood here that they correspond to metamorphosed sodium-rich and quartz-free  ...  Acknowledgments Thanks go to CNPq for the author's Post-Doctoral research support, to the Development Center of Nuclear Technology (CDTN-CNEN), to the Memorial University of Newfoundland (Canada), where  ... 
doi:10.2478/s13533-012-0134-7 fatcat:zm65u3d7kfaizijdbajiclfyqu

An inducer of molluscan metamorphosis transforms activity patterns in a larval nervous system

EM Leise, MG Hadfield
2000 The Biological Bulletin  
The activity patterns within the nervous systems of semi-intact larvae changed in response to both types of coral exudates.  ...  Abstract: Larvae of the nudibranch mollusc Phestilla sibogae metamorphose in response to a small organic com-pound released into seawater by their adult prey, the scleractinian coral Porites compressa.  ...  Indeed, Hadfield (1978) summarized data in support of the hypothesis that the nervous system was the most likely and sufficient regulatory system underlying all facets of metamorphosis in molluscs.  ... 
doi:10.2307/1543180 pmid:11147704 fatcat:l7yo7no6dfao5ndrzvkxwf6nfm

Environmentally mediated reproductive success predicts breeding dispersal decisions in an early successional amphibian [article]

Laurent Boualit, Julian Pichenot, Aurelien Besnard, Remi Helder, Pierre Joly, Hugo Cayuela
2018 bioRxiv   pre-print
The results revealed that the probability of successful reproduction and the number of newly metamorphosed individuals increased with both the size and the proportion of disturbance of a patch.  ...  Dispersal evolution is driven by a trade-off between costs and benefits, which is influenced by inter-individual variability and local environmental conditions (context dependent dispersal).  ...  We used the mean size of 291 patches in our study system as the boundary between the two size classes.  ... 
doi:10.1101/349621 fatcat:y6thnn4sbrglzlttq366zgxpr4
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