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    • Decoupling of a neutron interferometer from temperature gradients 

      Saggu, Parminder; Mineeva, Taisiya; Arif, Muhammad; Cory, David G.; Haun, Robert; Heacock, Benjamin; Huber, Michael G.; Li, Ke; Nsofini, Joachim; Sarenac, Dusan; Shahi, Chandra B.; Skavysh, Vladimir; Snow, W. Michael; Werner, Samuel A.; Young, Albert R.; Pushin, Dimitry A. (AIP Publishing, 2016-12-16)
      Neutron interferometry enables precision measurements that are typically operated within elaborate, multi-layered facilities which provide substantial shielding from environmental noise. These facilities are necessary to ...
    • Distribution of priority grassland bird habitats in the Prairie Pothole Region of Canada 

      Fedy, Bradley C.; Devries, James H.; Howerter, David W.; Row, Jeffrey R. (Resilience Alliance, 2018-02-09)
      Grassland ecosystems and the species that rely on them are one of the most urgent habitat conservation concerns in North America. Fundamental to any landscape conservation efforts is the identification of priority habitats ...
    • The modulation of leguminous plant ethylene levels by symbiotic rhizobia played a role in the evolution of the nodulation process 

      Nascimento, Francisco X.; Tavares, Maria J.; Rossi, Márcio J.; Glick, Bernard R. (Elsevier, 2018-12)
      Ethylene plays an important role in regulating the rhizobial nodulation process. Consequently, numerous strains of rhizobia possess the ability to decrease plant ethylene levels by the expression of the enzyme 1-aminocyc ...
    • Wisdom is a social-ecological rather than person-centric phenomenon 

      Grossmann, Igor; Dorfman, Anna; Oakes, Harrison (Elsevier, 2020-04)
      Typical approaches to study practical wisdom are person-centric, use flawed methods, and produce insights of little relevance to the construct’s definition. We propose that understanding the processes underlying practical ...


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