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  • M D B G Chelton, M H Schlax, +20 authors Germany M A Bedau
  • 2004
upwelling circulations in the ocean, yielding colder ocean surface temperatures and additional nutrients for biological growth. The synergy of all these measurements makes the wind fields more valuable to science. Careful coordination of satellite research missions and ocean field programs (as in, for example, the World Ocean Circulation Experiment) were(More)
Atherosclerosis is a coronary disease where deposition of lipids in the arteries leads to problems of blood circulation. The present work evaluates the action of the flavonoids morin, quercetin and nicotinic acid isolated in association on lipid metabolism in hyperlipidemic rats. Blood serum levels cholesterol, cholesterol-HDL, and triacylglycerids have(More)
  • A Gregg, Miss K Oldale, +49 authors St George 's Hospital
  • 2006
The following companies and occupational physicians participated: British Airways (Drs D M Bruton, I M Pawson, C C G Rawll); British Steel Corporation (Drs J A E Richards, G B Downs, A Sinclair, C F Ross, the late C R Thomas, J B Watkins); CadburySchweppes Ltd (Dr C White); Central Middlesex Industrial Health Service (the late Dr G E Ffrench); Guest Keen(More)
Mistaken identification is a major issue concerning systems of justice, and cross race identification is becoming increasingly recognised as one of the flaws in the recognition process. Meissner and Brigham (2001) constructed a meta-analysis of 39 studies and found that people are twice as likely to identify own-race than other-race faces in recognition(More)
TINS Vol. 21, No. 5, 1998 207 33 Pappas, T.C. et al. (1994) Endocrine 2, 813–822 34 Ramirez, V., Zheng, J. and Siddique, K. (1996) Cell. Mol. Neurobiol. 16, 175–198 35 Tischkau, S. and Ramirez, V. (1993) Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U. S. A. 90, 1285–1289 36 Orchinik, M., Murray, T.F. and Moore, F.L. (1991) Science 252, 1848–1851 37 Orchinik, M. et al. (1992)(More)
  • Krasheninnikov, E Keinonen, +18 authors P Lieber
  • 2004
lyst) instead of carbon adatoms gives a considerable deviation from the experimental profiles, which supports again the notion that the defect structure involves only carbon adatoms and vacancies. The more frequent defect structure of an adatom–vacancy pair is shown schematically in Fig. 4e. Defects in a graphene layer, such as topological defects,(More)