James McFarland

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According to the radial-tangential illusion, in the horizontal plane, arm movements executed in directions radial to the trunk are sensed to be longer than movements of the same length in the orthogonal direction. It has been suggested that the illusion arises from the fact that radially directed movements are executed more slowly and require more effort.(More)
"Microbiome" is used to describe the communities of microorganisms and their genes in a particular environment, including communities in association with a eukaryotic host or part of a host. One challenge in microbiome analysis concerns the presence of host DNA in samples. Removal of host DNA before sequencing results in greater sequence depth of the(More)