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Source : DANS

Description of two new species of the Rhynchophorous genus Apoderus

Roelofs, W. (1880)

Capite, prothorace, scutello tuberculisque baseos elytrorum brunneo-rufis nitidis. Antennis nigris, basi rufis. Prothoracis lateribus elytrisque nigris, his striis profundis grosse punctatis. Subtus pedibusque testaceis, femorum apice tibiis tarsisque brunneis. — Long. 6 mm. rostr. excl. Of the ...

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Source : UCL

The empirical beta copula

Segers, Johan et al. (2017)

Given a sample from a continuous multivariate distribution FF, the uniform random variates generated independently and rearranged in the order specified by the componentwise ranks of the original sample look like a sample from the copula of FF. This idea can be regarded as a variant on Baker’s [J. ...

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Source : UPV

Smartphone-based industrial informatics projects and laboratories

Hassan Mohamed, Houcine et al. (févr. 2013)

The use of IT technologies plays an important role in the training of future engineers. In this paper, smartphones and multimedia technologies are proposed as an innovative way to tackle the formation of students, at different levels, in the Industrial Informatics (II) subject of the Industrial ...

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Source : DANS

Ultra-Thin Deformable Silicon Substrates with Lateral Segmentation and Flexible Metal Interconnect

Zoumpouidis, T. et al. (31 déc. 2007)

Our progress in developing technology modules for deformable single-crystalline-silicon electronics is presented in this contribution. Additional deformability/reliability is accomplished by modifications of the previously reported ultra-thin and flexible CIRCONFLEX technology (1). The flexibility ...

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Characterization of PmHS2 glycosyltransferases for the controlled synthesis of heparosan : a precursor of heparin and heparan sulfate

Chavaroche, A.A.E. (2011)

 Heparin (Hep), a highly sulfated and complex glycosaminoglycan polysaccharides, is worldwide used as an anticoagulant compound to prevent blood clotting during surgery. Heparin and its analogue, heparan sulfate (HS), have a large potential for medical applications. Nevertheless, the ...

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Multiple scaling in the ultimate regime of thermal convection

Grossmann, Siegfried et al. (2011)

Very different types of scaling of the Nusselt number Nu with the Rayleigh number Ra have experimentally been found in the very large Ra regime beyond 1011. We understand and interpret these results by extending the unifying theory of thermal convection [ Grossmann and Lohse, Phys. Rev. Lett. 86, ...

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Source : DANS

From phage display to plant expression: Fulfilling prerequisites for chicken oral immunotherapy against coccidiosis

Wieland, W.H. (2004)

The frequency and spectrum of infections with pathogens harbouring resistance to antibiotics and other drugs has dramatically increased over the last years. One of the main causes is the extensive use of antibiotics and other drugs in human and veterinary medicine. Parasites, such as Eimeria causing ...

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A new record for the anchialine shrimp Ligur uveae (Borradaile, 1899) (Decapoda, Hippolytidae) in the Philippines with notes on its morphology, behaviour and ecology

Wear, R.G. et al. (1977)

INTRODUCTION Ligur uveae is generally considered an anchialine species (found in land-locked, generally supralittoral saltwater pools) with the type locality given simply as "Uvea, Loyalty Islands" by Borradaile (1899). The species is widely distributed geographically, although locally evidently ...

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Source : REGARDS