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A mesocosm concept for the simulation of near‐natural shallow underwater climates: The Kiel Outdoor Benthocosms (KOB)
Biogenic, seasonal, and stochastic fluctuations at various scales characterize coastal marine habitats and modulate environmental stress. The relevance of most past studies into climate changeExpand
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Ecological Footprint as a tool for local sustainability: The municipality of Piacenza (Italy) as a case study
Abstract The Ecological Footprint is a synthetic index useful to assess sustainability of anthropic systems. Its operational use, however, has been hampered by some difficulties, especially at aExpand
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Modeling cellular compartmentation in one‐carbon metabolism
Folate‐mediated one‐carbon metabolism (FOCM) is associated with risk for numerous pathological states including birth defects, cancers, and chronic diseases. Although the enzymes that constitute theExpand
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Heat waves and their significance for a temperate benthic community: A near‐natural experimental approach
Climate change will not only shift environmental means but will also increase the intensity of extreme events, exerting additional stress on ecosystems. While field observations on the ecologicalExpand
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Behavioural syndromes as a link between ecology and mate choice: a field study in a reef fish population
The link between ecology and reproductive isolation constitutes the cornerstone of the ecological hypothesis of speciation. Such a link can arise when traits under ecologically based selection areExpand
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Model-based clustering reveals vitamin D dependent multi-centrality hubs in a network of vitamin-related proteins
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Hierarchical and model-based clustering revealed multi-centrality hubs in a vitamin PPI network and redundancies among the centrality indices. Expand
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Predicted Bacterial Interactions Affect in Vivo Microbial Colonization Dynamics in Nematostella
The maintenance and resilience of host-associated microbiota during development is a fundamental process influencing the fitness of many organisms. Several host properties were identified asExpand
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Weighting, scale dependence and indirect effects in ecological networks: A comparative study
We studied the importance of weighting in ecological interaction networks. Fifty-three weighted interaction networks were analyzed and compared to their unweighted alternatives, based on data takenExpand
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Network Analysis as a tool for assessing environmental sustainability: applying the ecosystem perspective to a Danish Water Management System.
New insights into the sustainable use of natural resources in human systems can be gained through comparison with ecosystems via common indices. In both kinds of system, resources are processed by aExpand
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Nonlinear transcriptomic response to dietary fat intake in the small intestine of C57BL/6J mice
BackgroundA high caloric diet, in conjunction with low levels of physical activity, promotes obesity. Many studies are available regarding the relation between dietary saturated fats and the etiologyExpand
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