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Cotton fibers are single-celled extensions of the seed epidermis. They can be isolated in pure form as they undergo staged differentiation including primary cell wall synthesis during elongation and nearly pure cellulose synthesis during secondary wall thickening. This combination of features supports clear interpretation of data about cell walls and(More)
An approach to the functional organization of retinal ganglion cell processing in terms of correlation matrices (Levine and Shefner, 1975; 1977a, b; Shefner and Levine, 1979) is extended by applying Principal Components Analysis. This analysis reduces each correlation matrix to a few components which are implicit in the data. The component loadings describe(More)
The linearity of spatial summation within the receptive fields of Necturus retinal ganglion cells was examined with a counterphase-modulated split-field test stimulus. Modulation-locked histograms were constructed with the border at a variety of positions relative to the receptive field center. Most cells generated distinct, modulation-locked discharges(More)
The morphogenesis of single-celled cotton fiber includes extreme elongation and staged cell wall differentiation. Designing strategies for improving cotton fiber for textiles and other uses relies on uncovering the related regulatory mechanisms. In this research we compared the transcriptomes and metabolomes of two Gossypium genotypes, Gossypium barbadense(More)
We present Ares, a reverse engineering technique for assisting in the analysis of data recovered for the investigation of mobile and embedded systems. The focus of investigations into insider activity is most often on the data stored on the insider's computers and digital device - call logs, email messaging, calendar entries, text messages, and browser(More)