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DYF Mak - 2009 - gradworks.umi.com
Homologous sequence detection is important for the analysis of DNA, RNA and protein sequences
to find biologically relevant relationships. While the local alignment problem was solved by the
Smith-Waterman dynamic programming algorithm in 1980 (Smith and Waterman, 1981), ...
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[HTML] from plantphysiol.orgM Hajduch, LB Hearne, JA Miernyk… - Plant …, 2010 - Am Soc Plant Biol
Previous systems analyses in plants have focused on a single developmental stage or time
point, although it is often important to additionally consider time-index changes. During seed
development a cascade of events occurs within a relatively brief time scale. We have ...
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OY Bässler, J Weiss, S Wienkoop… - Journal of Proteome …, 2009 - ACS Publications
Tomato fruit and seed allergens were detected by IgE-immunoblotting using sera from 18 adult
tomato-sensitized patients selected based on a positive history skin prick test (SPT) and specific
Immunglobulin (Ig) E-levels. Isolated tomato seed total protein showed high SPT activity ...
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M Hajduch, LB Hearne, JA Miernyk… - Plant …, 2010 - Am Soc Plant Biol
Page 1. Hajduch et al., 2010 1 SYSTEMS ANALYSIS OF SEED FILLING IN
ARABIDOPSIS THALIANA: USING GENERAL LINEAR MODELING TO ASSESS
CONCORDANCE OF TRANSCRIPT AND PROTEIN EXPRESSION ...
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JP Wilson, AH Knoll, NM Holbrook… - Paleobiology, 2008 - Paleontological Soc
Medullosa stands apart from most Paleozoic seed plants in its combination of large leaf
area, complex vascular structure, and extremely large water-conducting cells. To investigate
the hydraulic consequences of these anatomical features and to compare them with other ...
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JMC Sánchez, DF Greene… - American Journal of …, 2011 - Botanical Soc America
• Key results: With a two-parameter log-normal function, we found that IM predicted both the shape
and scale parameters well as long as we used the entire data set. When, however, we subsampled
(thus simulating the use of transects for seedlings or an array of seed traps), the estimates ...
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J Rodríguez-Pérez, K Wiegand… - Oecologia, 2011 - Springer
Abstract Integrative studies of plant–animal interactions that incorporate the multiple effects of
interactions are important for discerning the importance of each factor within the population dynamics
of a plant species. The low regeneration capacity of many Acacia species in arid ...
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[HTML] from wssajournals.orgK Spokas… - Weed Science, 2009 - BioOne
The next generation of weed seed germination models will need to account for variable soil microclimate
conditions. To predict this microclimate environment we have developed a suite of individual
tools (models) that can be used in conjunction with the next generation of weed seed ...
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KR Raj, A Kardam, JK Arora, MM Srivastava… - Journal of Water …, 2010 - scirp.org
A single-layer Artificial Neural Network (ANN) model was developed to predict the removal efficiency
of Ni(II) ions from aqueous solution using shelled Moringa Oleifera seed (SMOS) powder. Batch
experiments resulted into standardization of optimum conditions: biomass dosage (4.0 g), ...
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CM Richards, DR Lockwood, GM Volk… - Crop science, 2010 - cat.inist.fr
Gene banks have a critical role in preserving genetic diversity for many conservation uses. A
key challenge in this task is maintaining both the genetic integrity and the viability of a collection
during regeneration and long-term storage. In this study we examine the interacting ...
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[PDF] from scirp.orgA Kardam, KR Raj, JK Arora, MM Srivastava… - Journal of Water …, 2010 - scirp.org
J. Water Resource and Protection, 2010, 2, 339-344 doi:10.4236/jwarp.2010.24039 Published
Online April 2010 (http://www.SciRP.org/journal/jwarp/) ... Artificial Neural Network Modeling
for Sorption of ... Cadmium from Aqueous System by Shelled Moringa
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W Li, Z Zhou, Y Meng, N Xu… - Field Crops Research, 2009 - Elsevier
The simulation of cottonseed (Gossypium hirsutum L.) growth is still an area of great
uncertainty, especially in the process of cottonseed quality formation. A simple process-based
model was developed to predict cotton boll maturation period and simulate cottonseed ...
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RFKRF Keefe, ASDAS Davis - Canadian Journal of Forest …, 2010 - nrcresearchpress.com
Because of the importance of seed surface area, volume, and fill to hydraulic and thermal exchanges
with the soil, mechanistic simulation of seed physiological processes associated with tree migration
dynamics and the spread of invasive species require accurate equations to model seed ...
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Y Ishii… - Population Ecology, 2008 - Springer
Abstract Interspecific competition between an interme- diate contest strain of Callosobruchus
maculatus and a scramble strain of C. chinensis was investigated on two types of resource
beans: the azuki (Vigna anguralis, small seed) and the black-eye bean (Vigna ...
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E Cervantes, J Javier Martín, R Ardanuy… - Journal of plant …, 2010 - Elsevier
Work in biology today is based on model species. In Arabidopsis, accurate morphological descriptions
are required to understand changes during development as well as changes that occur in response
to the environment. In a previous article, we described the Arabidopsis seed as a prolate ...
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D Onstad - The 2008 ESA Annual Meeting, November 16-19, 2008, 2008 - esa.confex.com
The model of Onstad (2006), investigating blended refuge for corn rootworm, was modified based
on the unique characteristics of event DAS-59122-7. These characteristics and improved model
parameter estimates are a result of research that has continued since the original US ...
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R Khodabakhshian, B Emadi… - International Journal of …, 2011 - bepress.com
Sunflower Seed and Its Kernel as a Function ... Recommended Citation: Khodabakhshian,
R.; Emadi, Bagher; Abbaspour Fard, Mohammad Hossein; and Saiedirad, Mohammad Hossein
(2011) "Modeling the Fracture Resistance of Sunflower Seed and Its Kernel as a Function ...
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J Khazaei, F Shahbazi, J Massah… - Crop …, 2008 - [Madison, Wis.] Crop Science …

P Yu - Animal Feed Science and Technology, 2008 - Elsevier
Traditional “wet” chemical analyses usually looks for a specific known component (such as
protein) through homogenization and separation of the components of interest from the complex
tissue matrix. Traditional “wet” chemical analyses rely heavily on the use of harsh ...
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PS Allen, RL Benech‐Arnold… - … Volume 27: Seed …, 2007 - Wiley Online Library
Understanding seed dormancy sufficiently to predict germination and seedling emer- gence
from natural seed banks has long been a goal of both seed ecologists and agri- culturalists. These
predictions require more complex models than for germination of agronomic species that ...
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[PDF] from sid.irAI Okoye, PM Ejikeme… - Int. J. Environ. Sci. Tech, 2010 - sid.ir
ABSTRACT: Activated carbon produced from fluted pumpkin (Telfairia occidentalis) seed shell
was utilized for the removal of lead (II) ion from simulated wastewater. Adsorption tests were
carried out in series of batch adsorption experiments. Several kinetic models ...
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[PDF] from cropj.comRA Chayjan - Aust J Crop Sci, 2010 - cropj.com
Thermodynamic models and Soft-computing method of Neural Network (NN) were used for computation
of sesame seed dehydration energy (heat and entropy). The NN method for prediction of the
Equilibrium Moisture Content (EMC) of sesame seed was utilized. The heat of sorption of ...
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[PDF] from duke.eduCG Williams, SL LaDeau, R Oren… - Ecological …, 2006 - Eco Soc America
Predicting forest-tree seed dispersal across a landscape is useful for estimating gene flow from
genetically engineered (GE) or transgenic trees. The question of biocontainment has yet to be
resolved, although field-trial permits for transgenic forest trees are on the rise. Most ...
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[PDF] from srce.hrD BREAZEALE, G FERNANDEZ… - Journal of Central …, 2008 - hrcak.srce.hr
1(formerly) Extension Educator and Associate Professor, University of Nevada Cooperative Extension
PO Box 1349, Lovelock, Nevada 89419 2Professor and Director of the Center for Research Design
and Analysis, University of Nevada - Reno, Reno, Nevada 89557 3Professor and ...
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M Pairon, M Jonard… - Canadian journal of …, 2006 - nrcresearchpress.com
Abstract: We used empirical models and three dispersal functions (Weibull, lognormal and
2Dt) to model seed distri- butions derived from the black cherry (Prunus serotina Ehrh.) understorey
of a pine-dominated stand. Two different ap- proaches were used to disentangle the ...
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B Liu… - Journal of Food Protection&# 174;, 2007 - ingentaconnect.com
... 2). Naturally contaminated seed lots (11) have lower contamination levels (1 CFU per 100 g)
than those used in these experiments; hence, the detec ... a multicontamina- tion-point sprouting
system, which is what we will be un- dertaking in the next phase of our modeling research. ...
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[PDF] from docsdrive.comMS Odabas… - Am. J. Plant Physiol, 2007 - docsdrive.com
Am. J. Plant Physiol., 2 (5): 303-310, 2007 On the other hand, it is revealed that it is not possible
to mention of a certain optimum temperature value for germination (Meyer et al., 1965). Optimum
temperature for germination is known as a temperature value which results in the highest ...
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[CITATION]Modeling and Assessment of Microbial Migration during the Sprouting of Alfalfa in Trays in a Nonuniformly Contaminated Seed Batch Using Enterobacter …

B Liu, DW Schaffner - Journal of …, 2007 - Ames, Iowa: International …

DW Onstad - Journal of economic entomology, 2006 - ingentaconnect.com
I expanded the population dynamics and genetics model published in 2005 by Crowder and
Onstad to include larval survival and movement to evaluate the role of mixtures of transgenic
and nontransgenic corn, Zea mays L., seed for resistance management of western corn ...
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[CITATION] MODELING/GIS, RISK ASSESSMENT, ECONOMIC IMPACT-Toxicity of Myristica fragrans Seed Compounds Against Blattella germanica (Dictyoptera: …

WC Jung, YS Jang, TT Hieu… - Journal of …, 2007 - Honolulu, Entomology Dept., BP …

OF Epouhe - 2008 - gradworks.umi.com
Agricultural production has been marked in the past few years by the introduction of genetically
modified crop varieties. Adoption of these new varieties and their use for human nutrition remains
very controversial. There is little consensus on their potential environmental effects or ...
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PJ Gould, KC Steiner, ME McDill… - Canadian Journal of …, 2006 - nrcresearchpress.com
Abstract: We describe the development of a model to quantify seed-origin oak regeneration potential
in advance of complete overstory removal in central Appalachian oak stands. The model was
developed using a “top-down” modeling approach that differs significantly from the ...
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H Mochizuki, M Koiwasaki… - … of the Japanese Society of Soil …, 2007 - agris.fao.org
Soil pollution with oil is a serious environmental problem. Although the oil movement in soil must
be recognized, the thermal properties of oil-polluted soil, which are required for simulation, were
less studied. In this report, we focused on thermal conductivity of the oil-polluted soil. The ...
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KO OYEKALE - 2011 - unaab.edu.ng
This research work explored dry storage and regulated dehumidification for commercial storage
in the humid tropics. Specific objectives of the study were to evaluate the potentials of
containerized-dry storage for preservation of seed quality of seed longevity, to calibrate ...
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BG Nikolovski - 2009 - agris.fao.org
The study provides results of supercritical carbon dioxide (SCCO2) extraction of juniper berries
and pumpkin seeds in laboratory supercritical fluid extraction apparatus. This work was also
aimed to investigate the evolution of the composition of juniper fruit supercritical CO2 ...
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[HTML] from wssajournals.orgKJ Bradford - Weed Science, 2002 - BioOne
Knowledge and prediction of seasonal weed seedling emergence patterns is useful in weed
management programs. Seed dormancy is a major factor influencing the timing of seedling
emergence, and once dormancy is broken, environmental conditions determine the rate ...
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OA Lopez, DL Barney, B Shafii… - HortScience, 2008 - cat.inist.fr
Low seed germination percentages have been reported for red huckleberry (Vaccinium parvifolium
Smith). Attempts to improve germination percentages and the speed of germination for red huckleberry
are described. Red huckleberry seeds from two collection sites were given gibberellic ...
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DAP Hooftman - Ninth International Symposium on Biosafety of …, 2006 - Citeseer
59 Predictive modeling of the consequences of hybridization based on fitness estimates: the
cases for Lettuce and Oil Seed Rape Danny AP Hooftman Institute for Biodiversity and Ecosystem
Dynamics, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands & Risø National Laboratory, ...
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[PDF] from joergtews.deJ Tews, K Moloney… - Ecological modelling, 2004 - Elsevier
In ecology much attention has been paid towards seed dispersal of fleshy-fruited plants,
however, knowledge is lacking about the long-term demographic consequences of variation
in dispersal distance and fruit removal rate, particularly given the natural variability of the ...
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X OU… - Journal of Henan Agricultural Sciences, 2006 - en.cnki.com.cn
When mechanical contamination is completely eradicated in the process of wheat seed reproduction
by the technology of no-removing the off-types, the purity of foundation seeds and certified seeds
are mainly determined by two factors of the breeder seed purity and the natural cross- ...
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S Gazola, CA Scapim, TA Guedes… - Ciênc. rural, 2011 - bases.bireme.br
... Título: Proposta de modelagem não-linear do desempenho germinativo de sementes de milho
híbrido / Nonlinear proposal modeling of seed germination performance of hybrid corn seeds.
Fonte: Ciênc. rural;41(4):551-556, abr. 2011. ilus, tab. Idioma: Pt. ...
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[HTML] from scielo.brS Gazola, CA Scapim, TA Guedes… - Ciência Rural, 2011 - SciELO Brasil
Este trabalho foi desenvolvido com o objetivo de ajustar um modelo de regressão não-linear
para estimar o desempenho germinativo de sementes de três lotes comerciais de milho híbrido
OC 705, submetidas ao teste de envelhecimento acelerado, à temperatura de 43ºC. ...
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[HTML] from nih.govA Sinkkonen - Nonlinearity in Biology, Toxicology, and Medicine, 2005 - IHS
□ A mathematical model is presented to estimate the effects of phytochemicals on seed
germina- tion. According to the model, phytochemicals tend to prevent germination at low seed
densities. The model predicts that at high seed densities they may increase the ...
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[PDF] from ucalgary.caJC Heilbuth, KL Ilves… - Evolution, 2001 - Wiley Online Library
Abstract. Recent evidence has suggested that clades of dioecious angiosperms have fewer extant
species on average than those of cosexual (hermaphroditic and monoecious) relatives. Reasons
for the decrease in speciation rates and/ or increase in extinction rates are only beginning ...
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[PDF] from collectionscanada.gc.caR Wang - 2005 - collectionscanada.gc.ca
Page 1. MODELING SEED GERMINATION AND SEEDLING EMERGENCE IN WINTERFAT
(Krascheninnikovia lanata (Pursh) ADJ Meeuse & Smit): ... 9 2.2 Modeling seed germination and
seedling emergence 11 2.2.1 Thermal time model 11 2.2.2 Hydrothermal time model 13 ...
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JP WILSON, NM HOLBROOK, R Charles… - 2005 Salt Lake City …, 2005 - gsa.confex.com
Recent advances in whole-plant physiology, when combined with new techniques for microchemical
analysis, allow the functional significance of fossil terrestrial plant structures to be understood
quantitatively, even in taxa with no close living relatives or analogues. Modeling fluid flow ...
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C Fang… - Lebensmittel-Wissenschaft und-Technologie, 2004 - Elsevier
Steaming of cowpea seeds prevents weevil infestation during storage. Physicochemical changes
such as starch gelatinization from steaming may lead to seed resistance to weevil penetration
and digestion. A kinetics of starch gelatinization was constructed and incorporated in a ...
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IA Rasmussen, N Holst… - Proceedings of the 1st …, 2003 - orgprints.org
Seeds of genetically modified (GM) crops remaining in the field after harvest may later emerge
as volunteers. These can affect the purity of subsequently harvested crops and cause an uncontrolled
flow of GM pollen into the agro-ecosystem. Management strategies that reduce these ...
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[HTML] from scielo.brPC Corrêa - Revista Brasileira de Engenharia Agrícola e …, 2006 - SciELO Brasil
Para oferecer informações sobre o equilíbrio higroscópico de milheto (Piptatherum
miliaceum), alpiste (Phalaris canariensis L.) e painço (Setaria italica), desenvolveu-se este trabalho
com o fim de determinar as isotermas de sorção para diferentes níveis de temperatura do ...
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AJ Murdoch, L Sonko, E Kebreab… - Dormancy in plants: …, 2000 - books.google.com
Population Responses to Temperature for Loss and Induction of Seed Dormancy and Consequences
for Predictive Empirical Modelling Alistair J. Murdoch, Landing Sonko* and Ermias Kebreab Department
of Agricu/ture, The University of Reading, PO Box 236, Earley Gate, Reading RG6 6AT, ...
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R Sinicio, EF Araujo… - Engenharia na Agricultura (Brazil), 2000 - agris.fao.org
AGRIS record. Record number, BR2001001118. Titles, Mathematical modeling of germination
loss of sweet corn (Zea mays L.) seed during storage. Original title, Equacionamento da perda
de germinacao de sementes de milho doce (Zea mays L.) durante o armazenamento. ...
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