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ID31791799Published Date2020-02-20JournalThe Science of the total environment, 2020-02-20, Volume 704
This study compares the scientifically observed spatiotemporal climate variability with farmer perceptions. A survey of 381 farmers and ten focus group discussions (FGDs) were used to collect data from ten coastal subdistricts. We hypothesized that any gap between farmer perceptions and meteorological data could be due to variations in their individual characteristics. An unsupervised clustering algorithm was used to categorise the farmers into good and poor perception clusters to test the hy…
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ID31887902Published Date2020-02-15JournalCarbohydrate polymers, 2020-02-15, Volume 230
Xylan hydrolysis into xylo-oligosaccharides (XOS) was evaluated both in the gizzard and ileum of broiler chickens, and by a 2-step in vitro digestion assay that simulated the pH, temperature and time period of the gastric and small intestine (SI) phases. Twelve dietary treatments with varying soluble and insoluble xylan levels, either with or without supplemental xylanase, were fed to broiler chickens (n = 576) for the in situ analysis, and were exposed to the in vitro assay. Relatedness of t…
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ID31812939Published Date2020-03-01JournalMeat science, 2020-03-01, Volume 161
Pricing of Hanwoo beef in the Korean market is primarily based on meat quality, and particularly on marbling score. The ability to accurately predict marbling score early in the life of an animal is extremely valuable for producers to meet the requirements of their target market, and for genetic selection. A total of 3989 Korean Hanwoo cattle (2108 with 50 k SNP genotypes) and 45 phenotypic features were available for this study. Four machine learning (ML) algorithms were applied to predict s…
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ID31825095Published Date2020-03-01JournalAmerican journal of physical anthropology, 2020-03-01, Volume 171
The primate talus is known to have a shape that varies according to differences in locomotion and substrate use. While the modern human talus is morphologically specialized for bipedal walking, relatively little is known on how its morphology varies in relation to cultural and environmental differences across time. Here we compare tali of modern human populations with different subsistence economies and lifestyles to explore how cultural practices and environmental factors influence external …
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ID31832825Published Date2020-03-01JournalJournal of autism and developmental disorders, 2020-03-01, Volume 50
Previous data have suggested that parents of boys with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) may rate their sons' generalised anxiety disorder (GAD) more severely than the boys do themselves. However, no reports have been published to date which examine this issue in a girls-only sample. This study investigated the extent and nature of mother-daughter agreement on ratings of GAD in a sample of 53 girls with an ASD with mild impairment, aged 6 to 17 years. Mothers rated their daughters' GAD more seve…
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ID32047922Published Date2020-02-12JournalJournal of animal science, 2020-02-12
The existence of buffering mechanisms is an emerging property of biological networks, and this results in the build-up of robustness through evolution. So far, there are no explicit methods to find loci implied in buffering mechanisms. However, buffering can be seen as interaction with genetic background. Here we develop this idea into a tractable model for quantitative genetics, in which the buffering effect of one locus with many other loci is condensed into a single statistical effect, mul…
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ID32036701Published Date2020-02-08JournalCrisis, 2020-02-08
There is limited research investigating the risks for young friends exposed to the suicide of peers. This study aimed to better understand the impact of suicide bereavement on rural young people. Participants in this a mixed-method study were 18 young people who had been exposed to a friend's suicide and who resided in rural Australia. Quantitative data were analyzed with SPSS and qualitative data were analyzed thematically. Participants reported high levels of depression, anxiety, and alcoho…
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ID32031043Published Date2020-02-07JournalPalliative medicine, 2020-02-07
Some patients do not receive adequate pain and symptom relief at the end of life, causing distress to patients, families and healthcare professionals. It is unclear whether undertreatment of symptoms occurs, in part, because of nurses' concerns about legal and/or disciplinary repercussions if the patient dies after medication is administered.The aim was to explore nurses' experiences and knowledge of the law relating to the provision of end-of-life pain and symptom relief.Semi-structured inte…
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ID31857332Published Date2020-02-06JournalG3 (Bethesda, Md.), 2020-02-06, Volume 10
Average effects of alleles can show considerable differences between populations. The magnitude of these differences can be measured by the additive genetic correlation between populations ([Formula: see text]). This [Formula: see text] can be lower than one due to the presence of non-additive genetic effects together with differences in allele frequencies between populations. However, the relationship between the nature of non-additive effects, differences in allele frequencies, and the valu…
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ID32030545Published Date2020-02-06JournalJournal of comparative physiology. B, Biochemical, systemic, and environmental physiology, 2020-02-06
White mice are ubiquitous laboratory animals and have been extensively studied. To reveal potential undiscovered traits, we tested the hypothesis that during development, when heat loss in mouse pups is high, they can use daily torpor for energy conservation. We determined at what age individual mouse pups are able to defend their body temperature at room temperature (ambient temperature, T = 20 °C) and whether they could use torpor from that time. Initially at 5/6 days (body mass, BM ~ 3 g),…
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