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- Shlomit Katz, Ziv Kizner, Zvy Dubinsky, Michael W. Friedlander
- Journal of Applied Phycology
- 2004

The effect of environmental parameters on the growthof Porphyra linearis gametophytes was examinedunder controlled conditions, and related to themultilinear regression growth model recently developedfor this seaweed under coastal conditions in theeastern Mediterranean. Growth chambers, a gradienttable, special culture devices and analytical methodswere… (More)

- Larisa Vatov, Ziv Kizner, Eytan Ruppin, Sigal Meilin, Tamar Manor, Avraham Mayevsky
- Bulletin of mathematical biology
- 2006

Mathematical modeling of brain function is an important tool needed for a better understanding of experimental results and clinical situations. In the present study, we are constructing and testing a mathematical model capable of simulating changes in brain energy metabolism that develop in real time under various pathophysiological conditions. The model… (More)

- Mark Pinsky, David Casanova, +5 authors Alexander Sterkin
- Journal of Computational Chemistry
- 2008

We introduce a new mathematical tool for quantifying the symmetry contents of molecular structures: the Symmetry Operation Measures. In this approach, we measure the minimal distance between a given structure and the structure which is obtained after applying a selected symmetry operation on it. If the given operation is a true symmetry operation for the… (More)

- Ziv Kizner, Ruvim Khvoles
- Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
- 2004

Based on experimental evidence, explicit vorticity-distributed solutions to the Euler equations in two dimensions are constructed describing the tripole vortex. The vortex form and the solution outside the region of nonzero vorticity are derived analytically, while the interior is solved numerically. The continuous-vorticity solution reproduces the main… (More)

Barotropic f -plane dipolar vortices were generated in a rotating fluid and a comparison was made with the so-called supersmooth f -plane solution which—in contrast to the classical Lamb–Chaplygin solution—is marked by an elliptical separatrix and a doubly continuously differentiable vorticity field. Dyevisualization and high-resolution particle-tracking… (More)

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