Markus Daepp

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The authors adapted the transport system of a computed tomographic (CT) scanner with continuous rotation capability to examine complete lung subvolumes during a single breath hold. Twenty-four adult patients underwent scanning with up to 12 continuous 1-second rotations, and data acquisition was synchronized with longitudinal patient motion at one section(More)
Experimental findings indicate that, in terrestrial ecosystems, nitrogen cycling changes under elevated partial pressure of atmospheric CO2 (pCO2). It was suggested that the concentration of N in plant litter as well as the amount of litter are responsible for these changes. However, for grassland ecosystems, there have been no relevant data available to(More)
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