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Push-off mechanics in speed skating with conventional skates and klapskates.
PURPOSE Personal and world records in speed skating improved tremendously after the introduction of the klapskate, which allows the foot to plantar flex at the end of the push-off while the fullExpand
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THE SKELETON OF LEPTOCERATOPS WITH THE DESCRIPTION OF A NEW SPECIES BY BARNUM
The known material assignable to the genus Leptoceratops consists of one rather complete skeleton and fragmentary remains of four others. The type, described by the senior writer (1914) as L.Expand
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Identification and Characterization of vlf-1 , a Baculovirus Gene Involved in Very Late Gene Expression
  • ' JEANNER.McLACHLIN, And, LOIS K. MILLER'l
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Chemotaxis of Rhizobium meliloti towards Nodulation Gene-Inducing Compounds from Alfalfa Roots
  • ' AMITHAJ.DHARMATILAKE, And, ' WOLFGANGD.BAUER
Luteolin, a flavone present in seed exudates of alfalfa, induces nodulation genes (nod) in Rhizobium meliloti and also serves as a biochemically specific chemoattractant for the bacterium. TheExpand
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Efficient Symmetry Breaking Predicates for Quantified Boolean Formulae
  • And, CRIL-Université d’Artois-Lens
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Many reasoning task and combinatorial problems exhibit symmetries. Exploiting such symmetries has been proved useful in reducing the search space. In this paper, a formal approach for symmetryExpand
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THE EFFECT OF BLOWFLY PARASITISM ON NESTLING EASTERN BLUEBIRD DEVELOPMENT
--Blowfiy (Protocalliphora sialia Shannon and Dobroscky [Diptera: Calliphoridae]) parasitism of nestling Eastern Bluebirds (Sialia sialis) was studied in a series of 325 nest boxes located in westernExpand
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Inducible System for the Utilization of 3-Glucosides in Escherichia coli
Two types of mutants obtained by treating ,B-gl+ cells with nitrosoguanidine are described. One type, ,3-gtc, is constitutive for the biosynthesis of the aryl ,B-glucoside splitting enzyme(s) and forExpand
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