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    • Catalytic Ammonia Oxidation to Dinitrogen by a Nickel Complex 

      Stephens, David N.; Szilagyi, Robert K.; Roehling, Paige N.; Arulsamy, Navamoney; Mock, Michael T. (Wiley, 2023-01)
      We report a nickel complex for catalytic oxidation of ammonia to dinitrogen under ambient conditions. Using the aryloxyl radical 2,4,6-tri-tert-butylphenoxyl (tBu3ArO⋅) as a H atom acceptor to cleave the N−H bond of a ...
    • Improved Yield Prediction of Winter Wheat Using a Novel Two-Dimensional Deep Regression Neural Network Trained via Remote Sensing 

      Morales, Giorgio; Sheppard, John W.; Hedgedus, Paul B.; Maxwell, Bruce D. (MDPI AG, 2023-01)
      In recent years, the use of remotely sensed and on-ground observations of crop fields, in conjunction with machine learning techniques, has led to highly accurate crop yield estimations. In this work, we propose to further ...
    • Terrorism and political attitudes: Evidence from European social surveys 

      Peri, Giovanni; Rees, Daniel I.; Smith, Brock (Elsevier BV, 2023-03)
      Terror attacks in Europe have increased substantially since the turn of the last century. Using data from European Social Surveys (ESS), we examine their effects on political attitudes and orientation by comparing ...
    • Understanding the Problem of “Hype”: Exaggeration, Values, and Trust in Science 

      Intemann, Kristen (Cambridge University Press, 2020-12)
      Several science studies scholars report instances of scientific “hype,” or sensationalized exaggeration, in journal articles, institutional press releases, and science journalism in a variety of fields (e.g., Caulfield and ...
    • Alfalfa Weevil (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) Resistance to Lambda-cyhalothrin in the Western United States 

      Rodbell, E. A.; Hendrick, M. L.; Grettenberger, I. M.; Wanner, K. W. (Oxford University Press, 2022-12)
      Forage alfalfa (Medicago sativa L. [Fabales: Fabaceae]) is a key agricultural commodity of the western region of the United States. The key insect pest of alfalfa, Hypera postica Gyllenhal (Coleoptera: Curculionidae), has ...
    • Does boron or nitrogen substitution affect hydrogen physisorption on open carbon surfaces? 

      Rowsey, Rylan; Taylor, Erin E.; Hinson, Ryan W.; Compton, Dalton; Stadie, Nicholas P.; Szilagyi (Royal Society of Chemistry, 2022-01)
      Incorporation of heteroatoms in carbon materials is commonly expected to influence their physical or chemical properties. However, contrary to previous results for methane adsorption, no technologically significant effect ...
    • Norepinephrine transporter defects lead to sympathetic hyperactivity in Familial Dysautonomia models 

      Wu, Hsueh-Fu; Yu, Wenxin; Saito-Diaz, Kenyi; Huang, Chia-Wei; Carey, Joseph; Lefcort, Frances; Hart, Gerald W.; Liu, Hong-Xiang; Zeltner, Nadja (Springer Science and Business Media LLC, 2022-11)
      Familial dysautonomia (FD), a rare neurodevelopmental and neurodegenerative disorder affects the sympathetic and sensory nervous system. Although almost all patients harbor a mutation in ELP1, it remains unresolved exactly ...
    • Hand hygiene product use by food employees in casual dining and quick-service restaurants 

      Manuel, Clyde S.; Robbins, Greg; Slater, Jason; Walker, Diane K.; Parker, Albert; Arbogast, James W. (Elsevier BV, 2023-02)
      Hand hygiene product usage characteristics by food employees when hand sanitizers are made available are not well understood. To investigate hand hygiene product usage in casual dining and quick-service restaurants, we ...
    • Mitigation and use of biofilms in space for the benefit of human space exploration 

      Vélez Justiniano, Yo-Ann; Goeres, Darla M.; Sandvik, Elizabeth L.; Kjellerup, Birthe Veno; Sysoeva, Tatyana A.; Harris, Jacob S.; Warnat, Stephan; McGlennen, Matthew; Foreman, Christine M.; Yang, Jiseon; Li, Wenyan; Cassilly, Chelsi D.; Lott, Katelyn; HerrNeckar, Lauren E. (Elsevier BV, 2023-12)
      Biofilms are self-organized communities of microorganisms that are encased in an extracellular polymeric matrix and often found attached to surfaces. Biofilms are widely present on Earth, often found in diverse and sometimes ...
    • Pathogen spillover driven by rapid changes in bat ecology 

      Eby, Peggy; Peel, Alison J.; Hoegh, Andrew; Madden, Wyatt; Giles, John R.; Hudson, Peter J.; Plowright, Raina K. (Springer Science and Business Media LLC, 2023-01)
      During recent decades, pathogens that originated in bats have become an increasing public health concern. A major challenge is to identify how those pathogens spill over into human populations to generate a pandemic threat1. ...
    • The autophagic protein p62 is a target of reactive aldehydes in human and murine cholestatic liver disease 

      Shearn, Colin T.; Anderson, Aimee L.; Devereux, Michael W.; Orlicky, David J.; Michel, Cole; Petersen, Dennis R.; Miller, Colin G.; Harpavat, Sanjiv; Schmidt, Edward E.; Sokol, Ronald J. (Public Library of Science, 2022-11)
      Inflammatory cholestatic liver diseases, including Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis (PSC), are characterized by periportal inflammation with progression to cirrhosis. The objective of this study was to examine interactions ...
    • Effects of Maternal Protein Supplementation at Mid-Gestation of Cows on Intake, Digestibility, and Feeding Behavior of the Offspring 

      Nascimento, Karolina Batista; Galvão, Matheus Castilho; Moreno Meneses, Javier Andrés; Miranda Moreira, Gabriel; Ramírez-Zamudio, German Darío; Priscilla de Souza, Stefania; Dias Prezotto, Ligia; Haddad Lima Chalfun, Luthesco; de Souza Duarte, Marcio; Rume Casagrande, Daniel; Pies Gionbelli, Mateus (MDPI AG, 2022-10)
      This study aimed to assess the effects of maternal protein supplementation and offspring sex (OS) on the intake parameters of the offspring. Forty-three Tabapuã cows were randomly allocated in the following treatments: ...
    • First Flight of the EUV Snapshot Imaging Spectrograph (ESIS) 

      Parker, Jacob D.; Smart, Roy T.; Kankelborg, Charles; Winebarger, Amy; Goldsworth, Nelson (American Astronomical Society, 2022-10)
      The Extreme-ultraviolet Snapshot Imaging Spectrograph (ESIS) launched on a sounding rocket from White Sands Missile Range on 2019 September 30. ESIS is a computed tomography imaging spectrograph (CTIS) designed to map ...
    • Attraction, Entrance, and Passage Efficiency of Arctic Grayling, Trout, and Suckers at Denil Fishways in the Big Hole River Basin, Montana 

      Triano, Ben; Kappenman, Kevin M.; McMahon, Thomas E.; Blank, Matt; Heim, Kurt C.; Parker, Albert E.; Zale, Alexander V.; Platt, Nolan; Plymesser, Katey (Wiley, 2022-07)
      The Big Hole River basin in southwestern Montana supports the only indigenous, self-sustaining fluvial population of Arctic Grayling Thymallus arcticus in the conterminous United States, but the basin is fragmented by ...
    • The biofilm life cycle: expanding the conceptual model of biofilm formation 

      Sauer, Karin; Stoodley, Paul; Goeres, Darla M.; Hall-Stoodley, Luanne; Burmølle, Mette; Stewart, Philip S.; Bjarnsholt, Thomas (Springer Science and Business Media LLC, 2022-10)
      Bacterial biofilms are often defined as communities of surface-attached bacteria and are typically depicted with a classic mushroom-shaped structure characteristic of Pseudomonas aeruginosa. However, it has become evident ...
    • Imaging and plate counting to quantify the effect of an antimicrobial: A case study of a photo-activated chlorine dioxide treatment 

      Parker, Albert E.; Miller, Lindsey; Adams, Jacob; Pettigrew, Charles; Buckingham-Meyer, Kelli; Summers, Summers; Christen, Andres; Goeres, Darla (Oxford University Press, 2022-12)
      Aim. To assess removal versus kill efficacies of antimicrobial treatments against thick biofilms with statistical confidence. Methods and results. A photo‐activated chlorine dioxide treatment (Photo ClO2) was tested in two ...
    • Formability Characterization of Fiber Reinforced Polymer Composites Using a Novel Test Method 

      Janicki, Joseph C.; Egloff, Matthew C.; Amendola, Roberta; Ryan, Cecily A.; Bajwa, Dilpreet S.; Dilpreet S., Alexey; Cairns, Douglas S. (ASTM International, 2021-10)
      Fiber reinforced polymer composites are often used as a replacement for metal alloys because of the superior strength to weight ratio. However, a major drawback of these materials is the lack of formability caused by the ...
    • Environment Constrains Fitness Advantages of Division of Labor in Microbial Consortia Engineered for Metabolite Push or Pull Interactions 

      Beck, Ashely E.; Pintar, Kathryn; Schepens, Diana; Schrammeck, Ashely; Johnson, Timothy; Bleem, Alissa; Du, Martina; Harcombe, William R.; Bernstein, Hans C.; Heys, Jeffrey J.; Gedeon, Tomas; Carlson, Ross P. (American Society for Microbiology, 2022-08)
      Fitness benefits from division of labor are well documented in microbial consortia, but the dependency of the benefits on environmental context is poorly understood. Two synthetic Escherichia coli consortia were built to ...
    • Biochar as a Renewable Substitute for Carbon Black in Lithium-Ion Battery Electrodes 

      Kane, Seth; Storer, Aksiin; Xu, Wei; Ryan, Cecily; Stadie, Nicholas P. (American Chemical Society, 2022-09)
      Lignin-derived biochar was prepared and characterized toward potential applications as a conductive electrode additive and active lithium host material within lithium-ion batteries (LIBs). This biochar was specifically ...
    • Carpenter bee thorax vibration and force generation inform pollen release mechanisms during floral buzzing 

      Jankauski, Mark; Casey, Cailin; Heveran, Chelsea; Busby, M. Kathryn; Buchmann, Stephen (Springer Science and Business Media LLC, 2022-08)
      Approximately 10% of flowering plant species conceal their pollen within tube-like poricidal anthers. Bees extract pollen from poricidal anthers via floral buzzing, a behavior during which they apply cyclic forces by biting ...

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