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On the hydroid Merona cornucopiae (Norman)

W. J. Rees
1956 Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom  
The gonophores in one of the Roscoff colonies were, as Norman stated, borne in the form of mulberry-like masses on very short stalks arising from 32-2 openings in the stolons.  ...  The reproductive polyps have long stalks like the nutritive ones and are further discussed on p. S02. Measurements of this colony are given in Table 1.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0025315400010353 fatcat:qchabnkgtngrpoahsuq36czebq

Notes on British and Norwegian Hydroids and Medusae

W. J. Rees
1941 Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom  
REES Medusa buds were borne singly or in a cluster of two to four buds on the body of the hydranth a little anterior to the posterior whorl of "filiform" tentacles ( Fig. 2b, c) .  ...  REES identified as young specimens of Coryne tubulosa.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s002531540001434x fatcat:iwe5dac4nbasbabvmr2ozytaay

Observations on British and Norwegian Hydroids and Their Medusae

W. J. Rees
1938 Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom  
On October 3 the colony was transferred to the apparatus described by Rees & Russell (1937) .  ...  It was a reversed bud similar to the one described (Rees, 1937) for this species from Plymouth.  ...  AND THEIR MEDUSAE 37 twenty tentacles, united for about one-fifth of their length by a membranous web with bean-shaped nematocysts embedded in it.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0025315400053923 fatcat:fdjbwfnhkncjhp3y3dmry46j3y

Staff stress on the intensive care unit: a comparison of doctors and nurses

A. Goodfellow, R. Varnam, D. Rees, M. P. Shelly
1997 Anaesthesia  
Working on an intensive care unit is perceived as stressful. This study investigated occupational stress in staff working on an intensive care unit using the occupational stress indicator.  ...  Questionnaires were given to all intensive care staff; the replies were then analysed and compared with normative data. The response rate was 62%.  ...  Acknowledgments We thank the staff of the ICU, University Hospital of South Manchester, for their generous cooperation and NFER-Nelson for permission to use the OSI.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1365-2044.1997.213-az0348.x pmid:9404163 fatcat:g3byfbwatrfxnmclk5vehj6y6u

On the life history and developmental stages of the medusa Podocoryne borealis

W. J. Rees
1941 Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom  
The radial canals were prominent and united around the margin by a ring canal. There were four large perradial tentacular bulbs, 0'1 mID. in diameter, each with a well-developed tentacle.  ...  buds; these are sessile on the encrusting base.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0025315400054758 fatcat:5lslq6uz2vc5rgptkktwuhly3a

Electrostatic influence on energetics of electron transfer reactions

D. C. Rees
1985 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America  
A survey of soluble one-electron carrier proteins indicates a significant tendency for lower potential proteins to be more negatively charged than higher potential proteins.  ...  Consideration of the electrostatic consequences of this pattern of charge asymmetry suggests that the reduction potential difference between the two proteins will be minimized in the precursor complex  ...  The agreement with the experimental esti-Biochemistry: Rees mates is quite satisfactory, given the simplistic nature of the protein model.  ... 
doi:10.1073/pnas.82.10.3082 pmid:3858805 pmcid:PMC397718 fatcat:xg2jsy225ndlzowlv3larkoryu

Note on the Ubiquitous Cercaria from Littorina rudis, L. obtusata and L. littorea

W. J. Rees
1936 Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom  
The form described here appears to be almost identical with Cercaria ubiquitoides recorded by Stunkard (1932) from L. littorea and L. rudis occurring on the coast of Brittany.  ...  It was, on the other hand, very rare in L. littorea, only two infested individuals being found out of a total of two thousand molluscs examined.  ...  Each cell of the anterior pair sends a median duct forwards and these ducts cross the face of the sucker to open on either side of the stylet.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0025315400058197 fatcat:ftp3bapaybcrfiao4kwoacanie

On a Remarkable Process of Bud Formation in a Gymnoblastic Hydroid ( Heterostephanus sp.)

W. J Rees
1937 Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom  
on the point of origin of the bud.  ...  of the longer whorl of tentacles carrying outwards with it one of the long tentacles. On the next day this swelling was clearly seen to be some kind of " bud."  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0025315400053868 fatcat:vpmkmm5kerfdji3hv2t6zyi5zq

On Rearing the Hydroids of Certain Medusae, with an Account of the Methods Used

W.J. Rees, F.S. Russell
1937 Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom  
The next day at 3.30 p.m. about six planulae had ,settled on the Eunicella and others were in the act of settling. They attached by the anterior end leaving the posterior end {ree.  ...  The medusa buds were borne on short stalks 0'15-0'22 mm. long both on the stolons and on the hydrocauli. These stalks were wrinkled or annulated.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0025315400011875 fatcat:upglqbdsafgifbwfuzov5k4jmi

ON AN IMPROVED PARTITION FUNCTION OF SIGNIFICANT STRUCTURE THEORY

J. Grosh, M. S. Jhon, T. Ree, H. Eyring
1967 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America  
Based on the above argument, the partition function of the liquid can be written as follows: (1) Presumably nh is proportional to the total number of holes present in the fluid.  ...  The theories based on the model have the advantage of intuitive appeal and produce numerical results more easily. Significant structure theory is a model approach.  ...  Thus, aEV3 (V -VS) VOL. 57, 1967 CHEMISTRY: GROSH, JHON, REE, AND EYRING 1567 where a is the proportionality constant.  ... 
doi:10.1073/pnas.57.6.1566 pmid:16591563 pmcid:PMC224512 fatcat:irbozrzltvbprpogjspfhthucq

Crystallographic studies on apocarboxypeptidase A and the complex with glycyl-L-tyrosine

D. C. Rees, W. N. Lipscomb
1983 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America  
of the zinc-containing enzyme.  ...  The crystal structures of zinc-free carboxypeptidase A (apocarboxypeptidase A) and the complex of glycyl-L-tyrosine with apocarboxypeptidase A are described and compared to the corresponding structures  ...  Studies on model metal complexes have shown that formation of a tetrahedral intermediate by attack of a metal-bound water on the carbonyl carbon is facilitated by this conformation (32) .  ... 
doi:10.1073/pnas.80.23.7151 pmid:6580631 pmcid:PMC390011 fatcat:eoeu7qbvmfasjpjojnldcwrfte

On a New Species of Hydroid, Staurocoryne Filiformis, with a Revision of the Genus Staurocoryne Rotch, 1872

W. J. Rees
1936 Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom  
The original creeping stolon from which the colony developed was found on a piece of dead Eunicella verrucosa (Pallas) dredged by the S.S. Salpa near Stoke Point on March 9th, 1936. .  ...  The stems are elongated and slender, bearing polyps at intervals. Polyps are borne at the summit and also on branches of the main stems.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0025315400011243 fatcat:ualblv3zkfcddnq3vbb3lbgfzy

Effects of pH on the structure and function of carboxypeptidase A: crystallographic studies

G. Shoham, D. C. Rees, W. N. Lipscomb
1984 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America  
On the bdsis of the results of these studies (8, 9) and related ones (10-18) it has been suggested that the phenolic group of Tyr-248 is di-  ...  , awdy from the Zn atom, throughout the pH range.  ...  We thank the National Institutes of Health (GM 06920) for support and the National Science Foundation (PCM-77-11398) for the computational facilities.  ... 
doi:10.1073/pnas.81.24.7767 pmid:6595659 pmcid:PMC392233 fatcat:vmeiieffdfbvnd5fmaxiwoon64

Using species distribution models to predict potential hot-spots for Rift Valley Fever establishment in the United Kingdom

Robin R. L. Simons, Simon Croft, Eleanor Rees, Oliver Tearne, Mark E. Arnold, Nicholas Johnson, Abdallah M. Samy
2019 PLoS ONE  
While there is still uncertainty associated with the outputs we believe that the predictions are an improvement on just using the raw presence points from a database alone.  ...  Many diseases can infect multiple vector species, such that even if the climate is not hospitable for an invasive species, indigenous species may be susceptible and capable of transmission such that one  ...  Acknowledgments The authors would like to thank the following people for their help and insightful comments that have helped to improve the model: Jolyon Medlock (PHE), Amie Adkin, Verity Horigan, Paul  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0225250 pmid:31869335 pmcid:PMC6927579 fatcat:dngj36y4q5dgbomrxjy3loorlq

On Rearing the Hydroid Zanclea Implexa (Alder) and its Medusa Zanclea Gemmosa McCrady, with a Review of the Genus Zanclea

F. S. Russell, W. J. Rees
1936 Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom  
REES. as follows: "The internal layer of the corallum is brown and of horny texture; the external coat colourless and membranous.  ...  On these grounds it seems only right that the two should be united, with perhaps the proviso that in the young medusffi of the American form the perradial nematocyst pads are usually short.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s002531540001122x fatcat:2lwzs3fknrdj7b6vvhs6ugyqxe
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