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Stellar masses of SDSS-III/BOSS galaxies at z ∼ 0.5 and constraints to galaxy formation models
We calculate stellar masses for � 400,000 massive luminous galaxies at redshift � 0.2 0.7 using the first two years of data from the Baryon Oscillation S pectroscopic Survey (BOSS). Stellar massesExpand
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The mass and momentum outflow rates of photoionized galactic outflows
Galactic outflows are believed to play an important role in regulating star formation in galaxies, but estimates of the outflowing mass and momentum have historically been based on uncertainExpand
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A novel approach to fuzzy rough sets based on a fuzzy covering
This paper proposes an approach to fuzzy rough sets in the framework of lattice theory. The new model for fuzzy rough sets is based on the concepts of both fuzzy covering and binary fuzzy logicalExpand
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Scaling Relations Between Warm Galactic Outflows and Their Host Galaxies
We report on a sample of 51 nearby, star-forming galaxies observed with the Cosmic Origin Spectrograph on the Hubble Space Telescope. We calculate Si II kinematics and densities arising from warm gasExpand
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Effects of Beta-Blockers on Heart Failure with Preserved Ejection Fraction: A Meta-Analysis
Background Effects of beta-blockers on the prognosis of the heart failure patients with preserved ejection fraction (HFpEF) remain controversial. The aim of this meta-analysis was to determine theExpand
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Changes in the Phosphoproteome and Metabolome Link Early Signaling Events to Rearrangement of Photosynthesis and Central Metabolism in Salinity and Oxidative Stress Response in Arabidopsis1
Rearrangement of central metabolism and photosynthesis is linked to the dynamic phosphoproteome in abiotic stress signaling in Arabidopsis. Salinity and oxidative stress are major factors affectingExpand
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Shining a light on galactic outflows: photoionized outflows
We study the ionization structure of galactic outflows in 37 nearby, star forming galaxies with the Cosmic Origins Spectrograph on the Hubble Space Telescope. We use the O I, Si II, Si III, and Si IVExpand
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Revisiting the Extended Schmidt Law: The Important Role of Existing Stars in Regulating Star Formation
We revisit the proposed extended Schmidt law, which posits that the star formation efficiency in galaxies depends on the stellar mass surface density, by investigating spatially resolved starExpand
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Comparative analysis of phytohormone-responsive phosphoproteins in Arabidopsis thaliana using TiO2-phosphopeptide enrichment and mass accuracy precursor alignment.
Protein phosphorylation/dephosphorylation is a central post-translational modification in plant hormone signaling, but little is known about its extent and function. Although pertinent proteinExpand
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Rapid recognition of dynamic hand gestures using leap motion
Human Computer Interaction would be much more smooth with the implementation of rapid recognition, the aim of which is to recognize the hand gesture before it is completed. In this paper, a rapidExpand
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