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Page 4518 of Mathematical Reviews Vol. , Issue 2000f [page]

2000 Mathematical Reviews  
[Geiger, Davi] (1-NY-XC; New York, NY) Mass estimation of DNA molecules and extraction of ordered restriction maps in optical mapping imagery.  ...  Our modeling and solution of detec- tion, mass estimation, and extraction of ordered restriction maps of DNA molecules attempts to understand/answer questions of significant importance to geneticists,  ... 

An overview of MATISSE-v2.0

Luc Labarre, Karine Caillault, Sandrine Fauqueux, Claire Malherbe, Antoine Roblin, Bernard Rosier, Pierre Simoneau, Karin Stein, John D. Gonglewski
2010 Optics in Atmospheric Propagation and Adaptive Systems XIII  
The symposium, like our other conferences and activities, would not be possible without the dedicated contribution of our participants and members.  ...  This Programme is based on commitments received up to the time of publication and is subject to change without notice.  ...  DNA concentration) and dopant molecules (i.e binding mode, charge) [5].  ... 
doi:10.1117/12.868183 fatcat:5anlqspzzzcftfufaxvlr45zve

Self-Organized Evolutionary Process in Sets of Interdependent Variables near the Midpoint of Phase Transition in K-Satisfiability [chapter]

Michael Korkin
2001 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Ackerman, John T Strategic Studies Quarterly: An Air Force-Sponsored Strategic Forum for Military, Government, and Academic Professionals. Volume 2, Number 1 -7 Acuff, Hugh F  ...  the inequality This estimate remains the same if we restrict ourselves to univalent mappings.  ...  I atoms are disordered in this way and they possess the same position with half occupancy, but the molecule of C4H8O2 is ordered in this complex, and it is also ordered in the structure of the single  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-45443-8_20 fatcat:ght26tu6avh57kkp54kifofaee

Sensing Methodologies in Agriculture for Monitoring Biotic Stress in Plants Due to Pathogens and Pests

Bhuwan Kashyap, Ratnesh Kumar
2021 Inventions  
This article aims to present the current state of the methodologies applied in the field of agriculture towards the detection of biotic stress in crops.  ...  Our ever-improving understanding of the ways in which plants respond to stress, biotic and abiotic, has led to the development of innovative sensing technologies for detecting crop stresses/stressors and  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/inventions6020029 doaj:bad904d96b2b4bc1852ecd689b5fe63d fatcat:k7qcrjbsfnb35kr3jpvnqckpai

Visualization of image data from cells to organisms

Thomas Walter, David W Shattuck, Richard Baldock, Mark E Bastin, Anne E Carpenter, Suzanne Duce, Jan Ellenberg, Adam Fraser, Nicholas Hamilton, Steve Pieper, Mark A Ragan, Jurgen E Schneider (+2 others)
2010 Nature Methods  
MRI, which is mostly used to acquire three-dimensional (3D) imagery, has faced some of these problems for many years.  ...  Whereas in the past it was considered sufficient to show images (photographs or digitized images) in the printed version of an article to illustrate an experimental result, the presentation of image data  ...  (f) Event order map visualizing the relative order of phenotypic events in cell populations: events are color-coded and centered around one phenotype (here dynamic).  ... 
doi:10.1038/nmeth.1431 pmid:20195255 pmcid:PMC3650473 fatcat:b6nnwhe3t5fjnhxue3ghu4mjoy

Enhancing the Scientific Value of Industry Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROVs) in Our Oceans

Dianne L. McLean, Miles J. G. Parsons, Andrew R. Gates, Mark C. Benfield, Todd Bond, David J. Booth, Michael Bunce, Ashley M. Fowler, Euan S. Harvey, Peter I. Macreadie, Charitha B. Pattiaratchi, Sally Rouse (+4 others)
2020 Frontiers in Marine Science  
of the impact of artificial structures in our oceans, and collect biotic and abiotic data to support our understanding of how oceans and marine life are changing.  ...  Small changes by industry now could provide substantial benefits to scientific research in the long-term and improve the quality of scientific data in existence once the structures require decommissioning  ...  All authors agreed with the contents of the manuscript and approved it for publication.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fmars.2020.00220 fatcat:5k5qsems35de7m3er6x44kackm

Sensing Methodologies in Agriculture for Soil Moisture and Nutrient Monitoring

Bhuwan Kashyap, Ratnesh Kumar
2021 IEEE Access  
Development and deployment of sensing technologies is one of the main steps in achieving sustainability in crop production through precision agriculture.  ...  adoption in crop production leading to efficient site-specific soil and crop management which in turn will bring us closer to reaching sustainability in the practice of agriculture.  ...  FUTURE PROSPECTS AND RESEARCH DIRECTION IN SOIL MOISTURE SENSING In order to successfully implement precision site-specific management, accurate soil property maps are essential.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2021.3052478 fatcat:ms5e3gszyzegfk72sqlbhldere

Challenging the paradigms of deep-sea ecology

Roberto Danovaro, Paul V.R. Snelgrove, Paul Tyler
2014 Trends in Ecology & Evolution  
hypothesis in the deep sea [7], the use of videos and still imagery to document life in trenches, along with other advances aided by hybrid remotely operated vehicles (ROVs), bottom crawlers, and landers  ...  We now recognize greater habitat complexity, new ecological interactions and the importance of 'dark energy', and chemosynthetic production in fuelling biodiversity.  ...  Acknowledgments This work has been produced within the framework of the international network LICO (Life in a Changing Ocean) and INDEEP (International Review Trends in Ecology & Evolution August 2014,  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.tree.2014.06.002 pmid:25001598 fatcat:stytjjs3dreyrdreukilt47u2y

Promoter repression and 3D-restructuring resolves divergent developmental gene expression in TADs [article]

Alessa R. Ringel, Quentin Szabo, Andrea M. Chiariello, Konrad Chudzik, Robert Schoepflin, Patricia Rothe, Alexandra L. Mattei, Tobias Zehnder, Dermot Harnett, Verena Laupert, Simona Bianco, Sara Hetzel (+16 others)
2021 bioRxiv   pre-print
By contrast, in later embryonic tissues, DNA methylation renders the inactive Rex1 promoter profoundly unresponsive to Fat1 enhancers within the intact TAD.  ...  Thus, rather than operating only as rigid blocks of co-regulated genes, TAD-regulatory landscapes can orchestrate complex divergent expression patterns in evolution.  ...  We thank the Montpellier Ressources Imagerie facility (BioCampus Montpellier, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), INSERM, University of Montpellier).  ... 
doi:10.1101/2021.10.08.463672 fatcat:tcj34nutaza6rednzv2mmrylly

1-Hydroxypyrene–A Biochemical Marker for PAH Pollution Assessment of Aquatic Ecosystem

Jana Blahova, Kamila Kruzikova, Barbora Kasiková, Pavel Stierand, Jana Jurcikova, Tomas Ocelka, Zdenka Svobodova
2009 Sensors  
, modeling, and This technical note describes the use of a field-portable gas chromatograph mass spectrometer for the in-field determination of organic contaminants in dredged material.  ...  When the purpose of a monitoring program is to estimate reliable (trends in) average concentrations or loads, the SC-samplers are a cost-effective alternative to grab sampling.  ...  Mass flux offers a potential improvement over estimates of the percentage of mass removal because of the high uncertainty in direct measurements of DNAPL mass in the subsurface.  ... 
doi:10.3390/s100100203 pmid:22315535 pmcid:PMC3270836 fatcat:wd3avfxxp5erxjzkqihd5wsjcq

Science goals and new mission concepts for future exploration of Titan's atmosphere geology and habitability: Titan POlar Scout/orbitEr and In situ lake lander and DrONe explorer (POSEIDON) [article]

Sébastien Rodriguez, Sandrine Vinatier, Daniel Cordier, Gabriel Tobie, Richard K. Achterberg, Carrie M. Anderson, Sarah V. Badman, Jason W. Barnes, Erika L. Barth, Bruno Bézard, Nathalie Carrasco, Benjamin Charnay (+52 others)
2021 arXiv   pre-print
and in situ coverage over long periods of time.  ...  The proposed mission concept POSEIDON (Titan POlar Scout/orbitEr and In situ lake lander DrONe explorer) would perform joint orbital and in situ investigations of Titan.  ...  Fryberger and Dean, in A study of global sand seas, 1979. Fulchignoni et al., Nature 438, 785-791, 2005. Galand et al., Geophysical Research Letters, Volume 33, Issue 21, CiteID L21101, 2006.  ... 
arXiv:2110.10466v1 fatcat:jjrada5bo5dprpck4q3ytc7uvy

Applications of Biotechnology for Characterization of Plants and Pests as the Key Components of Plant Protection and Production Strategies: A Review

Melaku Alemu
2020 International Journal of Applied Sciences and Biotechnology  
Whereas agricultural production and productivity are heavily threatened by the incidence of pests that inflict huge losses in various forms.  ...  Accordingly, this review article covers the comprehensive account of the various molecular techniques, genome mapping and OMICS sciences utilized for characterization plants and pests that ultimately allow  ...  Physical Mapping A physical map of an organism is a representation of its entire genome as a set of overlapping cloned DNA fragments that make up a genome and ordered with respect to a reference map (such  ... 
doi:10.3126/ijasbt.v8i3.31556 fatcat:q444jzbfyja27jjbbax4wcqxru

On the Redox-Activity and Health-Effects of Atmospheric Primary and Secondary Aerosol: Phenomenology

Francesca Costabile, Stefano Decesari, Roberta Vecchi, Franco Lucarelli, Gabriele Curci, Dario Massabò, Matteo Rinaldi, Maurizio Gualtieri, Emanuela Corsini, Elena Menegola, Silvia Canepari, Lorenzo Massimi (+35 others)
2022 Atmosphere  
In this paper, we present the overall methodology of RHAPS and introduce the phenomenology and the first data observed.  ...  The RHAPS (Redox-Activity And Health-Effects Of Atmospheric Primary And Secondary Aerosol) project was launched in 2019 with the major objective of identifying specific properties of the fine atmospheric  ...  The quartz fiber filter aliquots were not removed from the extraction solution after the end of the extraction procedure, and they were kept in the primary vial while performing the DTT assay in order  ... 
doi:10.3390/atmos13050704 fatcat:oh233ko7ozhzzcbivjutb2gxkq

Microscopy. I. A review

1953 Cancer Research  
The require- ments for good imagery include the presence of contrast and the resolution of fine detail in cellular formed elements which have several orders of dimensional magnitude that are very approxi  ...  High order polyploidy and correlating DNA values are observed in the tissue cells of lower animals (229); studies on the cells of plants show either inconstancy (203) or constancy (228) of the DNA per  ... 
pmid:13042794 fatcat:43igcwkmkbe6haikdteqamyrhm

Advanced methods of plant disease detection. A review

Federico Martinelli, Riccardo Scalenghe, Salvatore Davino, Stefano Panno, Giuseppe Scuderi, Paolo Ruisi, Paolo Villa, Daniela Stroppiana, Mirco Boschetti, Luiz R. Goulart, Cristina E. Davis, Abhaya M. Dandekar
2014 Agronomy for Sustainable Development  
Although DNA-based and serological methods have revolutionized plant disease detection, they are not very reliable at asymptomatic stage, especially in case of pathogen with syste mic diffusion.  ...  DNA-based and serological methods now provide essential tools for accurate plant disease diagnosis, in addition to the traditional visual scouting for symptoms.  ...  We thank Minghua Zhang and colleagues for permission to use their data in our Fig. 4 and Jorge Torres-Sánchez and colleagues for permission to use their picture in our  ... 
doi:10.1007/s13593-014-0246-1 fatcat:sdvsemwsire5lftrc242mzxyai
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