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ID31595605Published Date2019-10-08JournalAngewandte Chemie (International ed. in English), 2019-10-08
A highly convergent strategy for the synthesis of the natural product (-)-rubriflordilactone B, and the proposed structure of (-)-pseudo-rubriflordilactone B, is described. Late stage coupling of diynes containing the respective natural product FG rings with a common AB ring aldehyde precedes rhodium-catalyzed [2+2+2] alkyne cyclotrimerization to form the natural product skeleton, with the syntheses completed in just one further operation. This work resolves the uncertainty surrounding the id…
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ID31329269Published Date2019-10-01JournalJournal of fish biology, 2019-10-01, Volume 95
The effects of an ecologically relevant range of salinities (2, 12, 22, 32) on thermal preferences and growth of adult mummichogs Fundulus heteroclitus were determined for fish from a southern Chesapeake Bay population. Salinity did not affect the mean temperature selected by F. heteroclitus in a thermal gradient, which was identified as 26.6°C based on observations of 240 individuals. Salinity and temperature had significant and interacting effects on growth rates of F. heteroclitus measured…
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ID31579109Published Date2019-10-01JournalAoB PLANTS, 2019-10-01, Volume 11
Some plant species accumulate selenium in their tissues in quantities far above soil concentrations, and experiments demonstrate that selenium can serve as a defence against herbivores and pathogens. However, selenium may also cause oxidative stress and reduce growth in plants. We measured growth, selenium accumulation and herbivory in four varieties of the selenium accumulator to investigate the cost of accumulation as well as its benefit in reducing herbivory. We measured selenium levels, p…
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ID31295657Published Date2019-09-01JournalConsciousness and cognition, 2019-09-01, Volume 74
The Fading Affect Bias (FAB) is faster fading of unpleasant affect than pleasant affect. The FAB is negatively related to unhealthy outcomes and positively related to healthy outcomes. As videogames elicit strong emotions in players, we used retrospective methodology to examine the relation of the FAB to healthy and unhealthy variables for videogame and non-videogame events. We found robust FAB effects that were negatively related to unhealthy variables, which supported contemporary emotion r…
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ID31308246Published Date2019-08-01JournalLearning & memory (Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y.), 2019-08-01, Volume 26
On forced-choice tests of recognition memory, performance is best when targets are paired with novel foils (A-X), followed by corresponding lures (A-A'), and then noncorresponding lures (A-B'). The current study tested the prediction that encoding variability accounts for reduced performance on A-B' trials. Young adults ( = 43) completed the forced-choice Mnemonic Similarity Task while eye movements were recorded. Errors on the A-B' test format were attributable to encoding variability; incor…
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ID31386486Published Date2019-07-19JournalPhysical review letters, 2019-07-19, Volume 123
In the past two decades, deeply virtual Compton scattering of electrons has been successfully used to advance our knowledge of the partonic structure of the free proton and investigate correlations between the transverse position and the longitudinal momentum of quarks inside the nucleon. Meanwhile, the structure of bound nucleons in nuclei has been studied in inclusive deep-inelastic lepton scattering experiments off nuclear targets, showing a significant difference in longitudinal momentum …
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ID31386522Published Date2019-07-12JournalPhysical review letters, 2019-07-12, Volume 123
We present extractions of the nucleon nonsinglet moments utilizing new precision data on the deuteron F_{2} structure function at large Bjorken-x determined via the Rosenbluth separation technique at Jefferson Lab Experimental Hall C. These new data are combined with a complementary set of data on the proton previously measured in Hall C at similar kinematics and world datasets on the proton and deuteron at lower x measured at SLAC and CERN. The new Jefferson Lab data provide coverage of the …
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ID31022508Published Date2019-07-01JournalBehavioural processes, 2019-07-01, Volume 164
Behavioral assays of zebrafish shoaling have recently been employed to investigate social behavior in zebrafish models of psychiatric disease. Many studies have developed simulated models of conspecifics to serve as alternatives to live shoals in order to examine specific cues that contribute to shoaling behavior. However, no studies have investigated the extent to which zebrafish prefer one stimulus over another when given the choice between two conspecific alternatives (live or simulated). …
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IDIEEE:8810476Published Date2019-06-27Conference2019 IEEE Milan PowerTech
In this paper, a two-layered cooperative voltage control using droop controller in primary layer and a distributed voltage regulation in the secondary layer is utilized for microgrid control purposes. The focus of this paper is on secondary voltage control in which an Average Consensus Algorithm (ACA) is used and applied on a network of agents with an optimally designed network based on communication cost and graph connectivity (GC). The main purpose of the ACA is to keep the average voltage …
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IDIEEE:8858851Published Date2019-06-26Conference2019 IEEE International Conference on Fuzzy Systems (FUZZ-IEEE)
A comparison study among type 1 fuzzy interpolations (T1FI), interval type 2 fuzzy interpolations (IT2FI) and neural network fitting functions (NNFF) applied on modeless robots calibrations is proposed. Traditional robots calibration implements either model or modeless method. The compensation of position error in modeless method is to move the robot’s end-effector to a target position in the robot workspace, and to find the target position error based on the measured neighboring 4-grid-point…
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