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Beyond BLASTing: How 3D structural prediction can support or refute BLAST results
Biologists know that not all BLAST results are homologs and that trees lose information at deep times. We have therefore developed a pipeline to bring increased confidence to the BLAST result. We use structural prediction ...
Are root exudation or rainfall on treated plants likely causes of pasture damage after wiper application of herbicides?
(Weeds Society of Western Australia, 2016-09-11)
Wiper application of herbicides to weeds sometimes causes damage to pasture plants, especially white clover, growing immediately under the wiped weeds. Two experiments were conducted to determine the potential for either ...
The effect of planting date on maize: Silage yield, starch content and leaf area
Four field experiments were established in the Waikato and Manawatu regions over two years to determine planting date (PD) influence on growth, silage yield (SY) and starch content of seven maize (Zea mays) hybrids. Silage ...
Supply curves for yields of dairy products from first-lactation Holstein Friesian, Jersey and Holstein Friesian-Jersey crossbred cows accounting for seasonality of milk composition and production
(New Zealand Society of Animal Production (INC), 2016)
The economic efficiency of a milk-processing system is influenced by seasonality of the milk supply, and changes to milk composition, influences the product potential of that milk. Lactation curves for milk yield and ...
Psychological biases affect hedonic ratings
Psychological biases in consumer testing may lead to misinterpretation of results and lower experimental power. Reports on various hedonic scales associated with psychological biases induced by sample presentation are ...
Transcriptome and translational signaling following endurance exercise in trained skeletal muscle: impact of dietary protein
(AMER PHYSIOLOGICAL SOC, 2011-09-01)