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Taxonomy, bionomics and faunistics of the nominate subgenus of Mylabris Fabricius, 1775, with the description of five new species (Coleoptera: Meloidae: Mylabrini).
The nominate subgenus of the mylabrine genus Mylabris is revised: five new species, M. (M.) alpicola sp.n., M. (M.) cernyi sp.n., M. (M.) mediorientalis sp.n., and M. (M.) pseudoemiliae sp.n., areExpand
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Differential gene expression in silkworm in response to Beauveria bassiana infection.
Host-pathogen interactions are complex processes, and revealing these interactions is challenging. Beauveria bassiana is a destructive pathogen to the economically beneficial silkworm, Bombyx mori,Expand
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Super-elastic and fatigue resistant carbon material with lamellar multi-arch microstructure
Low-density compressible materials enable various applications but are often hindered by structure-derived fatigue failure, weak elasticity with slow recovery speed and large energy dissipation. HereExpand
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A new Eastern Asian Hycleus and key to the Chinese species of the phaleratus group (Coleoptera, Meloidae, Mylabrini)
Abstract A new species of Hycleus belonging to the phaleratus group, and close to Hycleus phaleratus, is described. The new species, Hycleus marcipoli, is distributed in China (Gansu and Taiwan),Expand
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UKF and EKF estimator design based on a nonlinear vehicle model containing UniTire model
Dynamic model based vehicle state variables observer is a step towards economical on-board sensing system. However a complex model always leads to a control system with a poor real-time performance,Expand
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Longizonitis, a new nemognathine genus from the Himalayas (Coleoptera, Meloidae)
Abstract The new blister beetle genus Longizonitis Pan and Bologna is described. The genus is referred to the tribe Nemognathini, subfamily Nemognathinae, and its relationships are briefly discussed.Expand
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Macroscopic free-standing hierarchical 3D architectures assembled from silver nanowires by ice templating.
As macroscopic three dimensional (3D) architectures show increasing significance, much effort has been devoted to the hierarchical organization of 1D nanomaterials into serviceable macroscopic 3DExpand
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Zero thermal expansion and ferromagnetism in cubic Sc(1-x)M(x)F3 (M = Ga, Fe) over a wide temperature range.
  • L. Hu, J. Chen, +6 authors X. Xing
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Journal of the American Chemical Society
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The rare physical property of zero thermal expansion (ZTE) is intriguing because neither expansion nor contraction occurs with temperature fluctuations. Most ZTE, however, occurs below roomExpand
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Chitosan microspheres with an extracellular matrix-mimicking nanofibrous structure as cell-carrier building blocks for bottom-up cartilage tissue engineering.
Scaffolds for tissue engineering (TE) which closely mimic the physicochemical properties of the natural extracellular matrix (ECM) have been proven to advantageously favor cell attachment,Expand
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Unusual transformation from strong negative to positive thermal expansion in PbTiO3-BiFeO3 perovskite.
Tetragonal PbTiO(3)-BiFeO(3) exhibits a strong negative thermal expansion in the PbTiO(3)-based ferroelectrics that consist of one branch in the family of negative thermal expansion materials. ItsExpand
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