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Mertensia Lindelofioides Rech. F. & Riedl [article]

Karl Heinz Rechinger, Riedl, Harald(Harold) Udo von
1963 Zenodo  
in Biol. Skr. 13: 233. 1963
doi:10.5281/zenodo.15340 fatcat:axwiglkjpnephibkp6dit6idme

Mattiastrum Multicaule Rech. F. & Riedl [article]

Karl Heinz Rechinger, Riedl, Harald(Harold) Udo von
1963 Zenodo  
in Biol. Skr. 13: 216. 1963
doi:10.5281/zenodo.15276 fatcat:re367w7yifaedbzflxdagl5gqq

Mattiastrum Heratense Rech. F. & Riedl [article]

Karl Heinz Rechinger, Riedl, Harald(Harold) Udo von
1963 Zenodo  
in Biol. Skr. 13: 210. 1963
doi:10.5281/zenodo.15298 fatcat:im6updd6lzdjloglp27ba4wdji

Mattiastrum Latiflorum Rech. F. & Riedl [article]

Karl Heinz Rechinger, Riedl, Harald(Harold) Udo von
1963 Zenodo  
in Biol. Skr. 13: 214. 1963
doi:10.5281/zenodo.15316 fatcat:oercelrpezffpnt76llwgv74eu

Mattiastrum Acrocladum Rech. F. & Riedl [article]

Karl Heinz Rechinger, Riedl, Harald(Harold) Udo von
1963 Zenodo  
in Biol. Skr. 13: 207. 1963
doi:10.5281/zenodo.15400 fatcat:6x5cjepj7revhead73ovk3eefe

Mattiastrum Crista-Galli Rech. F. & Riedl [article]

Karl Heinz Rechinger, Riedl, Harald(Harold) Udo von
1963 Zenodo  
in Biol. Skr. 13: 207. 1963
doi:10.5281/zenodo.15329 fatcat:bi77riun65grpi6uhkyv3j4dfa

Mattiastrum Bungei (Boiss.) Rech. F. & Riedl [article]

Karl Heinz Rechinger, Riedl, Harald(Harold) Udo von
1963 Zenodo  
in Biol. Skr. 13: 209. 1963
doi:10.5281/zenodo.15319 fatcat:svzfquzqhnct5gp6rrv3nfafhu

Rindera Neubaueri (Rech. F.) Rech. F. & Riedl [article]

Karl Heinz Rechinger, Riedl, Harald(Harold) Udo von
1963 Zenodo  
in Biol. Skr. 13: 216, 234. 1963
doi:10.5281/zenodo.15271 fatcat:rtga76ddbbesrbqu56j4nlaxkm

Pädiatrische Onkologie

Angelika Eggert, Dirk Reinhardt, Christian Kratz, Udo Kontny, Dominik T. Schneider, Heribert Jürgens, Heinz Schmidberger
2016 Der Onkologe  
Angelika Eggert, Dirk Reinhardt, Christian Kratz, Udo Konty, Dominik T.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00761-016-0131-4 fatcat:sdstxtpchvbftohsz5gzgtwq74

Conformation of d(GGGATCCC)2in crystals and in solution studied by X-ray diffraction, Raman spectroscopy and molecular modelling

Heinz Fabian, Wolfgang Hölzer, Udo Heinemann, Heinz Sklenar, Heinz Welfle
1993 Nucleic Acids Research  
In the crystal, dfGGGATCCCfe forms an A-DNA double helix as known from a single crystal X-ray diffraction study. Accordingly, In the Raman spectra of crystals the A-famlly marker bands at 664, 705, 807 and 1101 cm~1 and the spectral characteristics in the region 1200 to 1500 cm~1 clearly demonstrate the A-form as the dominant conformation. Bands at 691, 850, and 1080 cm~1, however, indicate that a minor fraction of the octamer molecules In the crystal is in an unusual, still not unequivocally
more » ... entified conformation possibly belonging to the B-family. In solution, the octamer Is In B-like conformation as shown by the presence of B-DNA Raman marker bands at 685, 837,1094 and 1421 cm-1 . Molecular modelling techniques lead to three structures with slightly different B-form geometries as the lowest energies models when a slgmoidal dielectric function with the bulk dielectric constant e = 78 and the value q = -0.5e for the effective phosphate charges was used in the calculations. An A-form structure bearing a strong resemblance to the experimentally determined crystal structure becomes the lowest energy model structure when the electrostatic parameters are changed to e = 30 and q = -0.25e, respectively.
doi:10.1093/nar/21.3.569 pmid:8441669 pmcid:PMC309154 fatcat:kpblpjvsxrf5pb2tt3x6feb4kq

Production of spider silk proteins in tobacco and potato

Jürgen Scheller, Karl-Heinz Gührs, Frank Grosse, Udo Conrad
2001 Nature Biotechnology  
Production of spider silk proteins in tobacco and potato Jürgen Scheller 1 , Karl-Heinz Gührs 2 , Frank Grosse 2 , and Udo Conrad 1 * Spider dragline silk is a proteinaceous fiber with remarkable mechanical  ... 
doi:10.1038/89335 pmid:11385464 fatcat:6p3n4pvbwzcbjgprd37ie4grfa

Drift of sensitive direction of Hall-effect devices in (100)-silicon caused by mechanical shear stress [article]

Udo Ausserlechner, Michael Holliber, Benjamin Kollmitzer, Richard Heinz
2020 arXiv   pre-print
The output signal of classical symmetrical Hall plates is an odd function of the magnetic field component acting perpendicular to the plate. At weak magnetic field the Hall plate output is linearly proportional to the perpendicular magnetic field. Magnetic field components parallel to the plate may also contribute to the output signal via the planar Hall effect. It leads to even order terms of the in-plane magnetic field in the output signal. At moderate magnetic field the planar Hall effect
more » ... s to the output signal a term proportional to the square of the in-plane magnetic field. This paper reports on linear terms of the in-plane magnetic field component to the output signal of Hall-plates, when they are subjected to mechanical shear stress. The effect is small for Hall plates but large for Vertical Hall devices in (100)-silicon. It is fully described by piezo-resistance and piezo-Hall tensors. We present results of numerical simulations and measurements. Thin devices are less affected than thick devices. If magnetic angle sensors are made of Vertical Hall devices, in-plane shear stress leads to a small orthogonality error which - in contrast to the planar Hall effect - cannot be cancelled out by spinning current schemes. We propose a compensation circuit to eliminate this shear-stress induced orthogonality error.
arXiv:2009.11604v1 fatcat:siba2wphbrglphheyx4cwwye5y

Dynamic organization of the somatosensory cortex induced by motor activity

Christoph Braun, Udo Heinz, Renate Schweizer, Katja Wiech, Niels Birbaumer, Helge Topka
2001 Brain  
Intensive and long-lasting experience of altered sensory input induces permanent changes in the functional organization of the somatosensory cortex. In addition, an increasing body of evidence suggests the existence of dynamic, short-term and task-dependent adaptation of representational maps within somatosensory cortex. It is hypothesized that somatosensory maps can, not only, be acquired within a short period of time, but might also be set up during periods of training related to specific
more » ... s and subsequently activated dynamically upon performance of that particular task. In order to test this hypothesis we studied the functional organization of somatosensory cortex for a heavily overlearned and frequently performed task for which no new acquisition of a sensory map had to be assumed. To this end, the functional organization of somatosensory cortex for handwriting was compared with the organization during rest in healthy humans. Functional organization of the somatosensory cortex was assessed using non-invasive, neuromagnetic source imaging based on tactile stimulation of the thumb (D1) and little finger (D5) during Abbreviations: MEG ϭ magnetoencephalography; D1 ϭ thumb; D5 ϭ little finger
doi:10.1093/brain/124.11.2259 pmid:11673326 fatcat:gygaqdzwtvfrdcrpbgvdp3dbmm

Molecular analysis of a second functionalA1gene (dihydroflavonol 4-reductase) inZea mays

Jürgen Bernhardt, Karl Stich, Zsuzsanna Schwarz-Sommer, Heinz Saedler, Udo Wienand
1998 The Plant Journal  
, Zsuzsanna Schwarz-Sommer', Heinz Saedler' and Udo Wienand*” 'Max-Planck-Institut fir Zichtungsforschung, 50829 K6in, Germany, 2Biologisches Institut, Universitat Stuttgart, 70550 Stuttgart, Germany,  ... 
doi:10.1046/j.1365-313x.1998.00142.x pmid:9670563 fatcat:x3smxulmhrhu5k52jseikwvyai

ATLANTIS: techno-economic model of the European electricity sector

Heinz Stigler, Udo Bachhiesl, Gernot Nischler, Gerald Feichtinger
2015 Central European Journal of Operations Research  
Since the nuclear accident in Fukushima the European electricity economy has been in transition. The ongoing shut down of nuclear power plants and the wide-
doi:10.1007/s10100-015-0413-8 fatcat:pexebbfh2bhq3one4tn5qp6qae
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