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We investigated the transduction operation and function of the mystacial vibrissae, using a comparative morphological analysis and behavioral experiments in rats. Vibrissal architecture was documented in a series of mammals to identify evolutionary conserved features of vibrissal organization. As a result of this analysis, we distinguish between a frontal(More)
The structural organization of photosystem I (PSI) complexes in cyanobacteria and the origin of the PSI antenna long-wavelength chlorophylls and their role in energy migration, charge separation, and dissipation of excess absorbed energy are discussed. The PSI complex in cyanobacterial membranes is organized preferentially as a trimer with the core antenna(More)
Protecting the privacy of VANET users is an important issue. We present in this paper an architecture that aims at this goal by integrating Chaum's mix network into a distributed but infrastructure-based location service for position-based routing. In addition we enable the user to decide when he wants to reveal his position to anyone else. Thus neither(More)
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