C. Kramer

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The prevalence of antisense RNA in eukaryotes is not known and only a few naturally occurring antisense transcripts have been assigned a function. However, the recent identification of a large number of putative antisense transcripts strengthens the view that antisense RNAs might affect a wider variety of processes than previously thought. Here we show that(More)
The burrow emergence activity of the wild caught ragworm Nereis virens Sars associated with food prospecting was investigated under various photoperiodic (LD) and simulated tidal cycles (STC) using a laboratory based actograph. Just over half (57%) of the animals under LD with STC displayed significant tidal (approximately 12.4 h) and/or lunar-day(More)
In this study, 107 boys and girls aged 3 to 8 years were rated by their mothers on 6 factors: Reactive and Proactive Aggression, Secure and Insecure Attachment, and Prosocial Orientation and Social Initiative (i.e., social competence). Both secure attachment and prosocial orientation predicted proactive and reactive aggression, but prosocial orientation(More)
We show the potentiality of coupling together different compound-specific isotopic analyses in a laboratory experiment, where 13 C-depleted leaf litter was incubated on a 13 C-enriched soil. The aim of our study was to identify the soil compounds where the C derived from three different litter species is retained. Three 13 C-depleted leaf litter(More)
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