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How Does Grasshopper Feedings Vary Due to Nutrient Additions?
We looked to explore the relationship between macro- and micronutrient addition on grasshopper feeding rates and their ability to detect the additions of these macro- and micronutrients in Schizachyrium scoparium. In ...
Study of Charge Transfer Characteristics in Hybrid Polymer Solar Cells Using Intensity Modulated Spectroscopy
Polymer solar cells are widely investigated for their low-cost fabrication process and promising power conversion efficiency (PCE). The highest PCE reported in these cells is 12.6%, which is barely enough to make it a ...
Stem cell heterogeneity as a driver of cystic fibrosis
Cystic Fibrosis (CF) is a genetic disorder that is characterized by chronic inflammation and build-up of mucus in the lungs. While treatments for the disease do exist, most target the symptoms of the illness and do not ...
The Effect of Language Status on Sleep Spindle Characteristics
Studies have demonstrated that speaking and learning multiple languages enhances executive control, which is essential to switch between languages. This enhanced process is called “Bilingual Cognitive Advantage”. The present ...
Magnetic Slippery Extreme Icephobic Surfaces
Here we report new magnetic slippery surfaces outperforming state-of-the-art icephobic surfaces with a ice formation temperature of 34 C, 2–3 orders of magnitude higher delay time in ice formation, extremely low ice adhesion ...
The Association of Neighborhood Social Cohesion with Sleep Duration by Latino Subgroup
PURPOSE: To examine the association between neighborhood social cohesion and sleep duration by Latino subgroup. CONCLUSIONS: Among Mexican/Mexican-Americans, Puerto Ricans, and Central or South Americans, individuals ...
Brisbane: The Great Floods
Radiation-induced growth retardation and microstructural and metabolite abnormalities in the hippcampus
(Neural Plasticity, 2016-05)
Cranial radiotherapy (CRT) increases survival in pediatric brain-tumor patients but can cause deleterious effects. This study evaluates the acute and long-term impact of CRT delivered during childhood/adolescence on the ...
Suicide and unintentional poisoning mortality trends in the United States, 1987-2006: Two unrelated phenomena?
(BMC Psychiatry, 2010-06)
Background: Two counter trends in injury mortality have been separately reported in the US in recent times - a declining suicide rate and a rapidly rising unintentional poisoning mortality rate. Poisoning suicides are ...