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ID31786479Published Date2020-03-01JournalComparative biochemistry and physiology. Part D, Genomics & proteomics, 2020-03-01, Volume 33
While the response to acute stress is adaptive in nature, repeated or chronic stress can impact an animal's fitness by depleting its energy stores and suppressing immune function and reproduction. This can be especially deleterious for species that rely on energy reserves to fuel key life history stages (e.g. reproduction), already experience physiological extremes (e.g. fasting), and/or have undergone significant population declines, such as many marine mammals. However, identifying chronica…
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ID31977195Published Date2020-02-17JournalChemical research in toxicology, 2020-02-17, Volume 33
Hydropersulfide and polysulfide species have recently been shown to elicit a wide variety of biological and physiological responses. In this study, we examine the effects of cysteine trisulfide (Cys-SSS-Cys; also known as thiocystine) treatment on . Previous studies in mammalian cells have shown that Cys-SSS-Cys treatment results in protection from the electrophiles. Here, we show that the protective effect of Cys-SSS-Cys treatment against electrophile-induced cell death is conserved in . Thi…
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ID32030461Published Date2020-02-06JournalArchives of microbiology, 2020-02-06
Plant material falling into the ultra-basic (pH 11.5-11.9) springs within The Cedars, an actively serpentinizing site in Sonoma County, California, is subject to conditions that mimic the industrial pretreatment of lignocellulosic biomass for biofuel production. We sought to obtain hemicellulolytic/cellulolytic bacteria from The Cedars springs that are capable of withstanding the extreme alkaline conditions wherein calcium hydroxide-rich water removes lignin, making cell wall polysaccharides …
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IDDOI:10.1177/1077800419879081Published Date2020-02-01JournalQualitative Inquiry, 2020-02-01, Volume 26
This article addresses how constructivist grounded theorists grapple with conducting their research and use the method for social justice research and critical inquiry in the public sphere. To explicate how using this method ensues, I sought reflections from four researchers explaining why they adopted the method and how they used it. I also reviewed more than 40 constructivist grounded theory studies concerning research in the public sphere to illuminate the authors’ methodological strategie…
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ID32056704Published Date2020-02-01JournalMarine environmental research, 2020-02-01, Volume 154
Mussels are ecologically important organisms that can survive in subtidal and intertidal zones where they experience thermal stress. We know little about how mussels from different tidal habitats respond to thermal stress. We used the mussel Mytilus galloprovincialis from separate subtidal and intertidal populations to test whether heart rate and indicators of potential aerobic (citrate synthase activity) and anaerobic (cytosolic malate dehydrogenase activity) metabolic capacity are affected …
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ID31970518Published Date2020-01-22JournalEuropean journal of applied physiology, 2020-01-22
There is growing interest in the measurement of plasma levels of arginine vasopressin (AVP) for the assessment of mild dehydration. However, the principles of biological variation have not been applied to the study of AVP and understanding biological variation of AVP may provide insights regarding measurement thresholds. The purpose of this investigation was to determine the biological variation of AVP in healthy euhydrated individuals to understand the potential for establishing both static …
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ID31940509Published Date2020-01-12JournalCurrent opinion in chemical biology, 2020-01-12, Volume 55
Hydrogen sulfide and related/derived persulfides (RSH, RSSR, n > 1) have been the subject of recent research interest because of their reported physiological signaling roles. In spite of their described actions, the chemical/biochemical mechanisms of activity have not been established. From a chemical perspective, it is likely that metals and metalloproteins are possible biological targets for the actions of these species. Thus, the chemical biology of hydrogen sulfide and persulfides with me…
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IDDOI:10.1177/1077800419898488Published Date2020-01-10JournalQualitative Inquiry, 2020-01-10
The following is a poetic transcription presented as a 12-part poem. The author constructed the poem from an email interview conducted with “Donovan,” a 61-year-old, White, gay man. The interview was part of a larger study on the experience of LGBTQ+ identity as spiritual identity, which focused on individuals who believe their LGBTQ+ identity is imbued or imbues their life with spiritual qualities. Donovan is a monk in a tradition that blends Hinduism, Buddhism, Native American Spirituality,…
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ID31654830Published Date2020-01-01JournalComparative biochemistry and physiology. Toxicology & pharmacology : CBP, 2020-01-01, Volume 227
Cadmium (Cd) occurs naturally; however, its concentration can increase with anthropogenic activities. Excess Cd increases reactive oxygen species (ROS) production and oxidative damage, which can lead to pathological conditions. Marine mammals accumulate Cd in the liver and the kidney; yet, there are no reports of Cd-associated tissue damage in whales, seals or dolphins. Response to Cd exposure (0-5.0 μM CdCl for 1-12 h) was analyzed and compared in primary skeletal muscle cells isolated from …
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IDDOI:10.4018/978-1-7998-0246-4.ch016Published Date2020-01-01JournalHandbook of Research on Integrating Digital Technology With Literacy Pedagogies, 2020-01-01
This chapter explores pedagogical goals and classroom practices for literacy instruction with/in a digital learning environment that extends beyond the classroom. To do this, the authors developed a process for literate practices illustrated through game design. Game design is one example of a disciplinary activity that masks the complexity of writing yet provides teachers with opportunities to make visible the writing practices and genres inherent in all disciplines. Game developers are writ…
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