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Response of Acropora digitifera to ocean acidification: constraints from δ11B, Sr, Mg, and Ba compositions of aragonitic skeletons cultured under variable seawater pH
The response of Acropora digitifera to ocean acidification is determined using geochemical proxy measurements of the skeletal composition of A. digitifera cultured under a range of pH levels. We showExpand
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Ocean acidification does not affect the physiology of the tropical coral Acropora digitifera during a 5-week experiment
The increase in atmospheric CO2 concentration, which has resulted from the burning of fossil fuels, is being absorbed by the oceans and is causing ocean acidification. Ocean acidification involvesExpand
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Signal Fluctuation Sensitivity: An Improved Metric for Optimizing Detection of Resting-State fMRI Networks
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We use a novel dynamic phantom to provide a ground truth for dynamic fidelity between blood oxygen level dependent (BOLD)-like inputs and fMRI outputs. Expand
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Secondary near-tetraploidy with double der(15)t(15;17) in acute promyelocytic leukemia in relapse.
Tetraploidy or near-tetraploidy is a rare cytogenetic abnormality in acute myelocytic leukemia. We report here a case of acute promyelocytic leukemia that showed near-tetraploidy with doubleExpand
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Intraspecific variation in the response of the scleractinian coral Acropora digitifera to ocean acidification
To examine the possible variation in responses of corals to ocean acidification (OA) among populations, we compared the sensitivity of two Okinawan populations (Sesoko and Bise) of the scleractinianExpand
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A comparison of electric power smoothing control methods for the distributed generation system
Renewable energy such as solar light has attracted attention as an alternative energy source to fossil fuel. The output power in photovoltaic generation systems changes steeply. The change in theExpand
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Fabrication for low-loss polymer optical waveguides with 90° bending using the Mosquito method
We fabricate graded index (GI) circular core multimode polymer optical waveguides with 90° bending using the Mosquito method, and demonstrate low bending loss even if the bend radius is as small as 1Expand
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Bend insensitive graded index multimode polymer optical waveguides fabricated using the Mosquito method
  • A. Takahashi, T. Ishigure
  • Materials Science, Engineering
  • Photonics West - Optoelectronic Materials and…
  • 27 February 2015
We fabricate low-loss graded index (GI) circular core multimode polymer optical waveguides with 90o bending and demonstrate low bending loss even if the bend radius is as small as 1 mm. In theExpand
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MgO Based Magnetic Tunnel Junctions With Co $_{20}$ Fe $_{60}$ B $_{20}$ Sensing Layer for Magnetic Field Sensors
We applied Co20Fe60B20 layers with thicknesses from 1.2 to 1.5 nm to the sensing layers of MgO based magnetic tunnel junctions (MTJs) with spin-valve-type structures annealed at 350 °C for magneticExpand
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