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ID32325552Published Date2020-06-10JournalThe Science of the total environment, 2020-06-10, Volume 720
Seasonal allergic rhinitis (AR), also known as hay fever, is a common respiratory condition brought on by a range of environmental triggers. Previous work has characterised the relationships between community-level AR symptoms collected using mobile apps in two Australian cities, Canberra and Melbourne, and various environmental covariates including pollen. Here, we build on these relationships by assessing the skill of models that provide a next-day forecast of an individual's risk of develo…
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ID32027076Published Date2020-06-01JournalBiological reviews of the Cambridge Philosophical Society, 2020-06-01, Volume 95
Many reptiles and some fish determine offspring sex by environmental cues such as incubation temperature. The mechanism by which environmental signals are captured and transduced into specific sexual phenotypes has remained unexplained for over 50 years. Indeed, environmental sex determination (ESD) has been viewed as an intractable problem because sex determination is influenced by a myriad of genes that may be subject to environmental influence. Recent demonstrations of ancient, conserved e…
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ID32281906Published Date2020-06-01JournalSomatosensory & motor research, 2020-06-01, Volume 37
Limited data in current literature can be found on the relation between the two commonly-used active proprioception assessment methods -active joint position reproduction (JPR) and active movement extent discrimination assessment (AMEDA). The current study compared the two active methods, JPR and AMEDA, to investigate their interrelationship over two studies that differed in task difficulty, using active ankle inversion movements made in weight-bearing to maximise ecological validity. 50 part…
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ID31568273Published Date2020-06-01JournalTransplantation, 2020-06-01, Volume 104
Shortages of organs for transplantation are a concern for many countries. In Australia's "opt-in" system, people register their donation decision on the Australian Organ Donor Register (AODR) in their own time, yet
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ID30924350Published Date2020-06-01JournalInternational journal of environmental health research, 2020-06-01, Volume 30
The Escherichia coli () contamination in the household (HH) drinking water is often a public health concern. Very few studies explore the associated factors and spatial risk modeling together for contamination in Bangladesh, this research gap motivates to explore this fact further by utilizing Bangladesh Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (MICS) 2012-13 data. A Bayesian spatial ordered logit model was used to examine the associated factors and spatial risks of the contamination. The results sh…
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IDDOI:10.1177/1469605320903577Published Date2020-06-01JournalJournal of Social Archaeology, 2020-06-01, Volume 20
This paper focuses on a collection of objects deliberately concealed beneath the verandah of a ward for middle-class, female, paying patients at Australia’s longest continuously operating mental health institution, the Royal Derwent Hospital in Tasmania. Cached in small discrete mounds across an area of some 50 square metres, the collection was probably concealed in the mid-20th century and contains over 1000 items of clothing, ephemera and other objects dating from 1880 to the mid-1940s. In …
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ID32434609Published Date2020-05-21JournalPublic health nutrition, 2020-05-21
The aim of the present study was to investigate the differences between the consumption of plant-based v. animal-based protein-rich diets on successful ageing, as well as to identify the optimal combination of dietary protein intake for facilitating successful ageing in people aged >50 years.A combined analysis was conducted in older adults of the ATTICA and MEDIS population-based cross-sectional studies. Anthropometrical, clinical and sociodemographic characteristics, lifestyle parameters, d…
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ID32433751Published Date2020-05-20JournalGenome biology and evolution, 2020-05-20
The water skinks Eulamprus tympanum and E. heatwolei show thermally-induced sex determination where elevated temperatures give rise to male offspring. Paradoxically, Eulamprus species reproduce in temperatures of 12-15 °C making them outliers when compared to reptiles that use temperature as a cue for sex determination. Moreover, these two species are among the very few viviparous reptiles reported to have thermally-induced sex determination. Thus, we tested whether these skinks possess undet…
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