Claus Heisler

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  • C. M. Raiteri, M. Villata, +33 authors X. Wu
  • 2007
The BL Lacertae object AO 0235+16 is well known for its extreme optical and radio variability. New optical and radio data have been collected in the last four years by a wide international collaboration, which confirm the intense activity of this source: on the long term, overall variations of 5 mag in the R band and up to a factor 18 in the radio fluxes(More)
Collembola and microbial biomass C were investigated in a field experiment with controlled agricultural traffic and crop rotation over a period of 27 months. The wheel-induced compactive efforts were applied according to management practices within the crop rotation of sugar beet, winter wheat, and winter barley. Increasing wheel traffic produced increasing(More)
In the mid-fifth instar larvae of the cabbage looper moth, Trichoplusia ni, the subcellular distribution of total superoxide dismutase was as follows: 3.05 units (70.0%), 0.97 units (22.3%), and 0.33 units (7.6%) mg-1 protein in the mitochondrial, cytosolic and nuclear fractions, respectively. No superoxide dismutase activity was detected in the microsomal(More)
Carbon-13 NMR and radiotracer studies were used to determine the precursor to methylmalonate and to study the metabolism of propionate in the cockroach Periplaneta americana. [3,4,5-13C3]Valine labeled carbons 3, 4, and 26 of 3-methylpentacosane, indicating that valine was metabolized via propionyl-CoA to methylmalonyl-CoA and served as the methyl branch(More)