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genetic factors underlying common disease are largely unknown. Discovery of disease-causing genes will transform our knowledge of the genetic contribution to human disease, lead to new genetic screens, and underpin research into new cures and improved lifestyles. The se-quencing of the human genome has catalyzed efforts to search for disease genes by the(More)
allow researchers and students new measurement opportunities. E xperimental research in boundary layer meteorology is critical for improving our understanding of surface–atmosphere interactions. Investigations of problems such as wildland fire–atmosphere interaction, ecosystem and urban micrometeorol-ogy, marine-layer fog transport processes, and wind(More)
Variations in larval instar number are common among arthropods. Here, we assess the implications of temperature-mediated variations in larval instar number for larval development time, larval growth rates, and juvenile dry weight within the palaemonid shrimp, Palaemonetes varians. In contrast with previous literature, which focuses on terrestrial(More)
The VALIDATE project, with 19 partners in nine European countries, started work in late 1995 to verify the DVB standard for digital terrestrial TV broadcasting and to prepare for the launch of services. The work of the Project verified the DVB-T specification, ensuring its acceptance by ETSI, and is now facilitating the early introduction of services. The(More)
Range shifts are of great importance as a response for species facing climate change. In the light of current ocean-surface warming, many studies have focused on the capacity of marine ectotherms to shift their ranges latitudinally. Bathymetric range shifts offer an important alternative, and may be the sole option for species already at high latitudes or(More)
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