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: The Subject Is Race: Traditional Ideologies and the Teaching of Race Relations . Peter I. Rose

George W. Stocking, Jr.
1969 American Anthropologist  
PETER I. Rose. Foreword by Everett C. Hughes. New York: Oxford University Press, 1968. 181 pp., selected bibliog- raphy, index, 28 tables. $4.95 (cloth). Reviewed by GEORGE W. STOCKING, JR.  ...  Rose concludes that, in general, such courses pay little attention to sociological concepts like “social stratification” and “power”; that the “institutionalization of discriminatory norms” is inadequately  ... 
doi:10.1525/aa.1969.71.5.02a00680 fatcat:j73fzaj2obc3bbaz22jw7crcka

Improved mite sampling may reduce acaricide use in roses

John F. Karlik, Peter B. Goodell, Gary W. Osteen
1995 California Agriculture  
Kern County produces the majority of U.S. rose plants, harvesting about 2,000 acres of rose plants annually in the Wasco area.  ...  This study shows that roses exhibit a higher tolerance for spider mites than previously thought.  ...  Abamectin was chosen because of its efficacy, selectivity, low phytotoxicity to roses and current utilization in rose production in the Wasco area.  ... 
doi:10.3733/ca.v049n03p38 fatcat:czux7kvdirbozdt6uzw4omdsqe

Aeschylus' geographic imagination

Peter W. Rose
2009 Classica, Revista Brasileira de Estudos Clássicos  
Aeschylus' geographic imagination Autor(es): Rose, Peter W. Publicado por: Sociedade Brasileira de Estudos Clássicos URL persistente: URI:http://hdl.handle.net/10316.2/35782 ABSTRACT .  ...  PETER W. ROSE Classica (Brasil) 22.2, 270-280, 2009 E.g. SOMMERSTEIn 1989 ad loc.  ...  ROSE. Sons of the Gods, Children of Earth: Ideology and Literary Form in Ancient Greece, Ithaca, Cornell University Press, 1992, p. 191-4; and PETER w .  ... 
doi:10.14195/2176-6436_22-2_8 fatcat:s23gniwxrzdrthhqfjk7vauew4

Towards an efficient compression of 3D coordinates of macromolecular structures

Yana Valasatava, Anthony R. Bradley, Alexander S. Rose, Jose M. Duarte, Andreas Prlić, Peter W. Rose, Freddie Salsbury
2017 PLoS ONE  
1013.8 25.8 562.1 45.7 IR predictive (W) 984.4 24.9 431.7 37.4 PLOS ONE | https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0174846 March 31, 2017  ...  This table shows the comparison of different intermolecular (IR) encoding strategies using waterfall traversing (W) compared to intramolecular (IA) delta compression.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0174846 pmid:28362865 pmcid:PMC5376293 fatcat:ybpifc725jaa3gqno2oonaz3zm

MMTF - an efficient file format for the transmission, visualization, and analysis of macromolecular structures [article]

Anthony R Bradley, Alexander S Rose, Antonin Pavelka, Yana Valasatava, Jose M Duarte, Andreas Prlic, Peter W Rose
2017 bioRxiv   pre-print
Recent advances in experimental techniques have led to a rapid growth in complexity, size, and number of macromolecular structures that are made available through the Protein Data Bank. This creates a challenge for macromolecular visualization and analysis. Macromolecular structure files, such as PDB or PDBx/mmCIF files can be slow to transfer, parse, and hard to incorporate into third-party software tools. Here, we present a new binary and compressed data representation, the MacroMolecular
more » ... smission Format, MMTF, as well as software implementations in several languages that have been developed around it, which address these issues. We describe the new format and its APIs and demonstrate that it is several times faster to parse, and about a quarter of the file size of the current standard format, PDBx/mmCIF. As a consequence of the new data representation, it is now possible to visualize structures with millions of atoms in a web browser, keep the whole PDB archive in memory or parse it within few minutes on average computers, which opens up a new way of thinking how to implement efficient algorithms in structural bioinformatics. The PDB archive is available in MMTF file format through web services and data are updated on a weekly basis.
doi:10.1101/122689 fatcat:xht33wu2rrddlckxx5vav7izv4

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Margaret P Astin, Richard D Neal, Peter W Rose, William Hamilton
2011 British Journal of General Practice  
doi:10.3399/bjgp11x583137 pmcid:PMC3123487 fatcat:onbauksosrdhdf4xxqywdofrfm

Quaternary structure evaluation tool for protein assemblies [article]

Selcuk Korkmaz, Jose M Duarte, Andreas Prlic, Dincer Goksuluk, Gokmen Zararsiz, Osman Saracbasi, Stephen K Burley, Peter W Rose
2017 bioRxiv   pre-print
The Protein Data Bank (PDB) is the single worldwide archive of experimentally-determined three-dimensional (3D) structures of proteins and nucleic acids. As of January 2017, the PDB housed more than 125,000 structures and was growing by more than 11,000 structures annually. Since the 3D structure of a protein is vital to understand the mechanisms of biological processes, diseases, and drug design, correct oligomeric assembly information is of critical importance. For example, it makes a
more » ... ce if the protein is normally a dimer and not a monomer or a trimer or a tetramer or a hexamer in nature. Unfortunately, the biologically relevant oligomeric form of a 3D structure is not directly obtainable by X-ray crystallography. Instead, this information may be provided by the PDB Depositor as metadata coming from additional experiments, be inferred by sequence-sequence comparisons with similar proteins of known oligomeric state, or predicted using software, such as PISA (Proteins, Interfaces, Structures and Assemblies) or EPPIC (Evolutionary Protein Protein Interface Classifier). Despite significant efforts by professional PDB Biocurators during data deposition, there remain a number of structures in the archive with incorrect quaternary structure descriptions (or annotations). Further investigation is, therefore, needed to evaluate the correctness of quaternary structure annotations. In this study, we aim to identify the most probable oligomeric states for proteins represented in the PDB. Our approach evaluated the performance of four independent prediction methods, including text mining of primary publications, inference from homologous protein structures, and two computational methods (PISA and EPPIC). Aggregating predictions to give consensus results outperformed all four of the independent prediction methods, yielding 86% correct, 9% incorrect, and 5% inconclusive predictions, when tested with a well-curated benchmark dataset. We have developed a freely-available web-based tool to make this approach accessible to researchers and PDB Biocurators (http://quatstruct.rcsb.org).
doi:10.1101/224196 fatcat:5liut4cl5vbr3habhl63wgnaua

NGL Viewer: a web application for molecular visualization

Alexander S. Rose, Peter W. Hildebrand
2015 Nucleic Acids Research  
The NGL Viewer (http://proteinformatics.charite.de/ ngl) is a web application for the visualization of macromolecular structures. By fully adopting capabilities of modern web browsers, such as WebGL, for molecular graphics, the viewer can interactively display large molecular complexes and is also unaffected by the retirement of third-party plug-ins like Flash and Java Applets. Generally, the web application offers comprehensive molecular visualization through a graphical user interface so that
more » ... life scientists can easily access and profit from available structural data. It supports common structural fileformats (e.g. PDB, mmCIF) and a variety of molecular representations (e.g. 'cartoon, spacefill, licorice'). Moreover, the viewer can be embedded in other web sites to provide specialized visualizations of entries in structural databases or results of structure-related calculations.
doi:10.1093/nar/gkv402 pmid:25925569 pmcid:PMC4489237 fatcat:tkjacmsrabhcblzvhwndznml4i

Graphene kirigami

Melina K. Blees, Arthur W. Barnard, Peter A. Rose, Samantha P. Roberts, Kathryn L. McGill, Pinshane Y. Huang, Alexander R. Ruyack, Joshua W. Kevek, Bryce Kobrin, David A. Muller, Paul L. McEuen
2015 Nature  
We repeated the measurement for a variety of devices of varying length L and width W 5 10 mm.  ...  The bending stiffness k is inferred from the measured spring constant using k 5 3kW/L 3 , where W and L are the width and length of the cantilevers, respectively.  ... 
doi:10.1038/nature14588 pmid:26222025 fatcat:s4ie646qqvb2pc23pwfs3yncyu

An Activating Helix Switch at the Rhodopsin-Transducin Interface

Peter W. Hildebrand, Alexander Rose, Klaus P. Hofmann
2012 Biophysical Journal  
W.  ...  Hildebrand, Alexander Rose, Klaus P. Hofmann. Uni Berlin Charite, Berlin, Germany.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.bpj.2011.11.2825 fatcat:34epabeedrhlrb7v62viu4tqma

MMTF—An efficient file format for the transmission, visualization, and analysis of macromolecular structures

Anthony R. Bradley, Alexander S. Rose, Antonín Pavelka, Yana Valasatava, Jose M. Duarte, Andreas Prlić, Peter W. Rose, Dina Schneidman
2017 PLoS Computational Biology  
OPEN ACCESS Citation: Bradley AR, Rose AS, Pavelka A, Valasatava Y, Duarte JM, Prlić A, et al. (2017) MMTF-An efficient file format for the transmission, visualization, and analysis of macromolecular structures  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pcbi.1005575 pmid:28574982 pmcid:PMC5473584 fatcat:niriuttkdnhcdp2l5mfc6vocdq

Multi-environment QTL analysis of plant and flower morphological traits in tetraploid rose

Peter M. Bourke, Virginia W. Gitonga, Roeland E. Voorrips, Richard G. F. Visser, Frans A. Krens, Chris Maliepaard
2018 Theoretical and Applied Genetics  
This condition complicates genetic analysis, and so the majority of previous genetic studies in rose have been performed at the diploid level.  ...  Rose, one of the world's most-loved and commercially important ornamental plants, is predominantly tetraploid, possessing four rather than two copies of each chromosome.  ...  Peter M. Bourke and Virginia W. Gitonga have contributed equally to this work.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00122-018-3132-4 pmid:29961102 pmcid:PMC6154034 fatcat:aqrp7mchu5drfg3jvbe4dunyde

Geochemical studies on rock varnish and petroglyphs in the Owens and Rose Valleys, California

Meinrat O. Andreae, Abdullah Al-Amri, Tracey W. Andreae, Alan Garfinkel, Gerald Haug, Klaus Peter Jochum, Brigitte Stoll, Ulrike Weis, Andrea Zerboni
2020 PLoS ONE  
We investigated rock varnish, a thin, manganese- and iron-rich, dark surface crust, on basaltic lava flows and petroglyphs in the Owens and Rose Valleys (California) by portable X-ray fluorescence (pXRF  ...  Dust fluxes in the Owens/Rose [39] .  ...  It lies NNW of Ridgecrest, CA, between the latitudes of 37˚N (Aberdeen part of the Big Pine volcanic field) and 36˚N (Little Lake and Fossil Falls sites), at a longitude of about 118˚W (overview map in  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0235421 pmid:32756552 fatcat:7rbbrwnzvvafrng6y5rauev5ma

Analyzing the symmetrical arrangement of structural repeats in proteins with CE-Symm [article]

Spencer E Bliven, Aleix Lafita, Peter W Rose, Guido Capitani, Andreas Prlic, Philip Bourne
2018 bioRxiv   pre-print
Many proteins fold into highly regular and repetitive three dimensional structures. The analysis of structural patterns and repeated elements is fundamental to understand protein function and evolution. We present recent improvements to the CE-Symm tool for systematically detecting and analyzing the internal symmetry and structural repeats in proteins. In addition to the accurate detection of internal symmetry, the tool is now capable of i) reporting the type of symmetry, ii) identifying the
more » ... llest repeating unit, iii) describing the arrangement of repeats with transformation operations and symmetry axes, and iv) comparing the similarity of all the internal repeats at the residue level. CE-Symm 2.0 helps the user investigate proteins with a robust and intuitive sequence-to-structure analysis, with many applications in protein classification, functional annotation and evolutionary studies. We describe the algorithmic extensions of the method and demonstrate its applications to the study of interesting cases of protein evolution.
doi:10.1101/297960 fatcat:t52xieurljdcxl6u7r5svinc6i

Die Analyse der Milch

Th. Dietrich Martin Ekenberg, F. G. Short, Giovanni Mariani, L. F. Nilson, Bennet F. Davenport, H. N. Morse, W. M. Burton, Bruno Röse, H. W. Vogel, E. Schmidt, Bondzynski, Alfred Partheil (+19 others)
1891 Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry  
W.  ...  -i-) Neuerdings hat Peter Raduleseu~--}) sich mit den einschlggigen Fragen beschgftigt undist dabei zu folgenden Schlussfolgerungen gekommen: Das specifisehe Gewicht eines Serums~-~-t) oder einer Molke  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf01592221 fatcat:rv7nvz7c65arrj3p3v455dr4xy
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