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From synaptic transmission to cognition: An intermediary role for dendritic spines
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From synchronisation to persistent optical turbulence in laser arrays
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From synchronization to Lyapunov exponents and back
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From system cost minimization to sustainability maximization—A new fuzzy program approach to energy systems analysis
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From systems to logic in the early development of nonmonotonic reasoning Original Research Article
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From tables to frames
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From Talk to Experience: Transforming the Preservice Physics Methods Course
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From Taoism to Turing
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From targeting to implementation: The role of identification of fuel poor households
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From Taylorism to competence-based production
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From Taylorism to Ms Taylor: the transformation of the accounting craft
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From teachers to educators: homogenising tendencies in contemporary South African educational reforms
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From Teaching to Practice, via Consultancy, and then to Research?
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From technological potential to product performance: an empirical analysis
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From technology generation to technology transfer: the concept and reality of the “Dual-Use Technology Centres”
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From Technology to Communication: Psycho-social Issues in Developing Virtual Environments
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From telematics to web-based: the progression of distance education in Newfoundland and Labrador
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From telephone to office: Intake attendance as a function of appointment delay
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From template analysis to generating partitions: I: Periodic orbits, knots and symbolic encodings
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From template analysis to generating partitions: I: Periodic orbits, knots and symbolic encodings [Physica D 144 (2000) 231–258]
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From template analysis to generating partitions: II: Characterization of the symbolic encodings
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From Temporality to Eternity: Three Philosophical Approaches
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From Term Models to Domains
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From terminal alkynes directly to branched amines
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From ternary strings to Wiener indices of benzenoid chains Original Research Article
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From test cases to special cases: Four undergraduates unpack a formula for combinations
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From Testing to Implementation: Managing Full-Scale RDA Adoption at the University of Chicago
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From tetrazoles via hydrazonoyl chlorides to 1,3,4-thiadiazole oligomers
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From the (New) Editor
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From the {Cu(μ2-S)N}4 butterfly architecture to the {Cu(μ3-S)N}12 double wheel
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From the ‘new localism’ to the ‘new regionalism’? The implications of regional development agencies for city–regional relations
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From the adiabatic piston to macroscopic motion induced by fluctuations
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From the age of heroes to the prose of everyday life: Hegel on the differences between the original and the modern epic
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From the anther to the proctodeum: Pear (Pyrus communis) pollen digestion in Osmia cornuta larvae
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From the anti-tricyclo[4.2.1.12,5]deca-3,7-diene framework to 4,5,6,7-tetrachloro-isoindenone derivatives
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From the Associate Editor
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From the atomic nucleus to man: Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, the next horizon in diagnostic cardiology
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From the basic neuroscience of circadian clock function to light therapy for depression: On the emergence of chronotherapeutics
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From the bench to the bedside. Galectin-3 immunodetection for improving the preoperative diagnosis of the follicular thyroid nodules
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From the bench to the bedside: emerging new treatments in multiple myeloma
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From the benefits of micro to the threats of nano for the ore-mining and ore-refining sectors
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From the Bethe–Salpeter equation to nonrelativistic approaches with effective two-body interactions Original Research Article
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From the Bible to bioterrorism: anthrax through the ages
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FROM THE BIG BANG TO THE BRAIN
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From the binomial to the poisson distribution
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From the biomedical model to the Islamic alternative: a brief overview of medical practices in the contemporary Arab world
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From the blade scale to the reach scale: A characterization of aquatic vegetative drag
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FROM THE BODHI TREE, TO THE ANALYST‘S COUCH, THEN INTO THE MRI SCANNER: THE PSYCHOLOGISATION OF BUDDHISM
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From the Boltzmann equation to generalized kinetic models in applied sciences
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From the BRST invariant Hamiltonian to the field–antifield formalism Original Research Article
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From the central limit theorem to heavy-tailed distributions.
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From the chicago school to the new sociology of children: The sociology of children and childhood in the United States, 1900–1999
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From the classical to the generalized von Kármán and Marguerre–von Kármán equations
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From the cognitive to the biological: A sketch of Arthur Jensenʹs contributions to the study of g
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From the Comfort of Your Office: Facilitating Learner-Centered Continuing Education in the Online Environment
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From the conference scene
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From the conserved Kuramoto–Sivashinsky equation to a coalescing particles model
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From the Copenhagen Accord to efficient technology protocols
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From the cradle to the grave: how fast can we run?
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From the Culture Wars Front
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From the currency rate quotations onto strings and brane world scenarios
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From the dark end of the street to the bright side of the road? The wage returns to migration in Britain
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From the dawn of organic geochemistry (1933, 1938): Estrogenic substances in bituminous deposits and in the Dead Sea
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From the depths to the surface: Art therapy as a discursive practice in the post-modern era
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From the developmental to the regulatory state: the transformation of the governmentʹs impact on the Brazilian economy
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From the dialogic to the contemplative: a conceptual and empirical rethinking of online communication outcomes as verbing micro-practices
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From the Dirac operator to Wess–Zumino models on spatial lattices
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From the discrete kinetic theory of vehicular traffic flow to computing the velocity distribution at equilibrium
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From the discrete kinetic theory to modelling open systems of active particles Original Research Article
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From the discrete to the continuous: Relationships and results for single-species population models
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From the disordered via the quasicrystalline to the crystalline state
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From the disordered via the quasicrystalline to the crystalline state
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From the doctorʹs workshop to the iron cage? Evolving modes of physician control in US health systems
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From the Double Movement to the Double Danger: Kierkegaard and Rebounding Violence
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From the double vortex street behind a cylinder to the wake of a sphere
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From the drawbacks of the Arrhenius-f(α) rate equation towards a more general formalism and new models for the kinetic analysis of solid–gas reactions
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From the dynamics of gaseous stars to the incompressible Euler equations
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From the Dyson–Schwinger to the transport equation in the background field gauge of QCD Original Research Article
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From the Ecology of Broadcasting to the Ecology of Participation: Critical Reflections
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From the editor - a tragic misuse of technology
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From the Editor - Going...Going ...Gone!!!
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From the Editor: A Personal Coda
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From the editor: Systems studies of voting systems and elections
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From the Editor… the paperless society … not quite yet
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From the Editor…Checking Our Assumptions
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From the Editor…Making Choices
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From the Editor-in-Chief
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From the Editors
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From the editors
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From the Editorsʹ Desk
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From the Editors of this special issue
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From the Editors: Dos and Don’ts
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From the Ehrenfest model to time-fractional stochastic processes
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From the Epilepsy Foundation
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From the Epilepsy Foundation: Employment for People with Epilepsy: The Hardest Nut
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From the Epilepsy Foundation: Find a Doctor Web site
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From the Epilepsy Foundation: Restoring the Pediatric Rule
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From the Epilepsy Foundation: Saving money in state Medicaid programs: penny-wise and pound-foolish?
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From the Epilepsy Foundation:: The Entitled to Respect Campaign
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From the ethics of technology towards an ethics of knowledge policy: implications for robotics
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From the experimental myocardial infarction to the clinical acute myocardial infarction: limitations of thrombolytic therapy
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From the Fifth to the Seventh Human Malarial Species: A New Concern in Infectious Medicine
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From the FRBR Model to the Italian Cataloging Code (and Vice Versa?)
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From the Garden of Eden to the land of plenty: Restriction of fruit and sweets intake leads to increased fruit and sweets consumption in children
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From the geological to the numerical model in the analysis of gravity-induced slope deformations: An example from the Central Apennines (Italy)
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From the ghetto to the gallery
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From the glassy state to ordered polymer structures: A microhardness study
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From the global efforts on certification of bioenergy towards an integrated approach based on sustainable land use planning
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From the grave … Rest In Peace, without comment
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From the green color of eskolaite to the red color of ruby: an X-ray absorption spectroscopy study
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From the Ground Up. Modernism Away from the Center
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From the ground up: ecofeminism and ecological economics
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From the ground up: information needs of nurses in a rural public health department in Oregon
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From the Heart of the Ghoul: C and N Abundances in the Corona of Algol B
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From the Hensen net toward four-dimensional biological oceanography
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From the Heyang Model to the Shaanxi Model: Action Research on Women’s Participation in Village Governance
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From the hope to the ontarget and the transcend studies: challenges in improving prognosis
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From the Huang–Kotz FGM distribution to Baker’s bivariate distribution
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From the Hu–Washizu formulation to the average nodal strain formulation
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From the Imbrium Basin to crater Tycho: The first regional spectral distribution map derived from SIR-2 near-infrared data
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From the incoming Editor-in-Chief
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From the interface energy to the solubility limit of aluminium in nickel from first-principles and Kinetic Monte Carlo calculations
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From the Jager and Segel model to kinetic population dynamics nonlinear evolution problems and applications
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From the Kneser–Poulsen conjecture to ball-polyhedra
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From the laboratory to the field: the advantage of pleometrotic colony founding
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From the Légende dorée (thirteenth century) to the Fleurs des vies de saints (seventeenth century): A new image of the saint and sainthood?
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From the litter layer to the saprolite: Chemical changes in water-soluble soil organic matter and their correlation to microbial community composition
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From the litter layer to the saprolite: Chemical changes in water-soluble soil organic matter and their correlation to microbial community composition
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From the Lorentz Transformation Group in PseudoEuclidean Spaces to Bigyrogroups
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From the mainframe to the internet: the evolution of Mooreʹs Extended Nutrient (MENu) database
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From the mainframe to the internet: the evolution of Mooreʹs Extended Nutrient (MENu) database
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From the margins to the centre: The power of transformative learning in Australia
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From the mass of the neutrino to the dating of wine
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From the mass of the neutrino to the dating of wine
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From the mathematical kinetic theory for active particles on the derivation of hyperbolic macroscopic tissue models
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From the mathematical kinetic theory of active particles to multiscale modelling of complex biological systems
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From the medical museum
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From the micro-scale to the habitat: Assessment of soil bacterial community structure as shown by soil structure directed sampling
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From the micro-scale to the habitat: Assessment of soil bacterial community structure as shown by soil structure directed sampling
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From the modelling of driverʹs behavior to hydrodynamic models and problems of traffic flow
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From the molecular to the galactic: making sense of the world
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From the Myth of Level Playing Fields to the Reality of a Finite Planet; Comment on “A Global Social Support System: What the International Community Could Learn From the United States’ National Baske
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From the neutrino to the edge of the universe
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From the new Austrian tunneling method to the geoengineering condition evaluation and dynamic controlling method
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FROM THE NON-ABELIAN TO THE SCALAR TWO-DIMENSIONAL TODA LATTICE
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From the Novel to the Familiar - Searching for Symbiosis in the Right and Left Frontal Lobes
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From the numerics of dynamics to the dynamics of numerics and visa versa in high energy particle physics
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From the nurse executiveʹs perspective: Hiring the nurse consultant
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From the opening address of the conference
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From the operation of an SRFEL to a user facility
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From the operation of an SRFEL to a user facility
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From the other side of the academy to academic leadership roles: Crossing the great divide
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From the other side of the reference desk: A focus group study
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From the paddle to the beach – A Boussinesq shallow water numerical wave tank based on Madsen and Sørensen’s equations
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From the Peierls bracket to the Feynman functional integral
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From the Periplasmic Signaling Domain to the Extracellular Face of an Outer Membrane Signal Transducer of Pseudomonas aeruginosa: Crystal Structure of the Ferric Pyoverdine Outer Membrane Receptor
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From the Persian Ancient Dramas, Jamm and Simurgh Toward the Modern Military Medicine
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FROM THE POLITICS OF FEAR TO THE POLITICS OF EMANCIPATION
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From the pore scale to the lab scale: 3-D lab experiment and numerical simulation of drainage in heterogeneous porous media
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From the protein–polypeptide model system to the interaction between physiological partners using electrochemistry
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From the Replicon to Replication Programs in Space and Time: Regulation of DNA Replication and Implications for Genomic Instability
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From the Rhenish Prussian Eifel to the Wisconsin Holyland: immigration, identity and acculturation at the regional scale
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From the salivary proteome to the OralOme: Comprehensive molecular oral biology
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From the Schrödinger problem to the Monge–Kantorovich problem
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From the science of science to Scientometrics visualizing the history of science with HistCite software
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From the Semantic Web to social machines: A research challenge for AI on the World Wide Web Review Article
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From the sequence to the superstructural properties of DNAs Original Research Article
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From the Shell to its Content: the Casting Cores of the Two Bronze Statues from Riace (Calabria, Italy)
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From the Similarity Analysis of Protein Cavities to the Functional Classification of Protein Families Using Cavbase
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From the single-scattering properties of ice crystals to climate prediction: A way forward
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From the study of naturally occurring N-allylated phenazines towards new Pd-mediated transformations
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From the study on autonomic functions to the study on traditional Chinese medicine
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From the Subprime to the Exotic: Excessive Mortgage Market Risk and Foreclosures
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From the textual description of an accident to its causes Original Research Article
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From the time series to the complex networks: The parametric natural visibility graph
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From the Toda lattice to the Volterra lattice and back
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From the top down: towards a predictive biology of signalling networks
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From the traditional concept of safety management to safety integrated with quality
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From the trajectory to the density memory
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From the trapezoidal rule to higher-order accurate and unconditionally stable time-integration method for structural dynamics Original Research Article
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From the TRIP effect and Quenching and Partitioning steels concepts to the development of new high-performance, lean powder metallurgy steels
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From the two-slit experiments to the expected number of Higgs particles in the standard model
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From the type I string to M-theory: A continuous connection Original Research Article
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FROM THE UNION HALL: A LABOR CRITIQUE OF THE NEW MANUFACTURING AND ACCOUNTING REGIMES
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From the University of Washington to Washington University: a personal journey
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From the Urine of Sacred Cows to the Laying on of Hands and Beyond—G. Paul Moore Lecture
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From the usersʹ perspective—The UCSD libraries user survey project
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From the web of data to a world of action
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From the Whitehorse Mining Initiative Towards Sustainable Mining: lessons learned
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From the Wolf number to the International Sunspot Index: 25 years of SIDC Original Research Article
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From the X-rays to a reliable “low cost” computational structure of caffeic acid: DFT, MP2, HF and integrated molecular dynamics–X-ray diffraction approach to condensed phases
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From the Yukawa Particle to the QGCW Original Research Article
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From the zonotope construction to the Minkowski addition of convex polytopes
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From theoretical calculations to the enantioselective synthesis of a 1,3,4-trisubstituted Gly-derived 2-azetidinone
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From theoretical ecology to statistical physics and back: self-similar landscape metrics as a synthesis of ecological diversity and geometrical complexity
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From theoretical ecology to statistical physics and back: self-similar landscape metrics as a synthesis of ecological diversity and geometrical complexity
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From theory to application: tabu search in textile production scheduling
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From theory to application: tabu search in textile production scheduling
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From theory to implementation: Building a multidimensional space for face recognition
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From Theory to Intervention: Mapping Theoretically Derived Behavioural Determinants to Behaviour Change Techniques
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From theory to practice: challenges in operationalising a technology selection framework
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From Theory to Practice: Facing Ethical Challenges as a Clinical Intern Original Research Article
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From theory to practice: Lessons learned in the application of the ATM approach to developing logic models
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From theory to practice: Oremʹs self-care nursing model and abulatory care : Vasquez, M.A. (1992) Journal of Post Anaesthesia Vol. 7 No. 4 pp. 251–255
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From theory to practice: Use of stage of change to develop an STD/HIV behavioral intervention: Phase 2: Stage-based behavioral counseling strategies for sexual risk reduction Original Research Article
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From thermal analysis to calorimetry and beyond
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From thermodynamics to the bound on viscosity Original Research Article
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From thermomass to entransy
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From thickness dependent exit waves to projected potential: Thickness derivative approach
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From thickness dependent exit waves to projected potential: Thickness derivative approach
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From thin film and coating buckling structures to mechanical properties
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From thin to thick: major transitions during stem development
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From thin to thick: major transitions during stem development
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From thinking about what might have been to sharing what we know: The effects of counterfactual mind-sets on information sharing in groups
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From thorium phosphate hydrogenphosphate hydrate to β-thorium phosphate diphosphate: Structural evolution to a radwaste storage ceramic
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From three-dimensional polyphenylene dendrimers to large graphite subunits Original Research Article
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From three-way to deNOx catalysis: a general model
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From thrombolysis to thrombogenesis in clinical practice: coronary ruptured plaque angiography
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From Ti–Al- to Ti–Al–N-sputtered 2D materials
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From TiCl3 to TiO2 nanoparticles (anatase, brookite and rutile): Thermohydrolysis and oxidation in aqueous medium Original Research Article
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From Time Inversion to Nonlinear QED
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From Time Temperature Integrator Kinetics to Time Temperature Integrator Tolerance Levels: Heat-Treated Milk
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From timetabling to train regulation—a new train operation model
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From tin oxalate to (Fe, Co, Nb)-doped SnO2: Sintering behavior, microstructural and electrical features
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From tissue engineering to regenerative medicine in urology — The potential and the pitfalls
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From tissue engineering to regenerative medicine—the potential and the pitfalls
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From Titan’s tholins to Titan’s aerosols: Isotopic study and chemical evolution at Titan’s surface Original Research Article
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From toluene to triquinanes: formal total syntheses of the sesquiterpenoid natural products (−)-hypnophilin and (−)-coriolin
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From TOPEX/Poseidon to Jason-2/OSTM in the Amazon basin Original Research Article
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From topological knowledge to geometrical map
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From topology to generalised dimensional reduction Original Research Article
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From torsion theories to closure operators and factorization systems
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From Tough Nuts to Touch-Me-Nots
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From touristic villages to coastal cities: The costs of the big step in Buenos Aires
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From TQM to business excellence
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From TQM to business excellence
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From traditional Chinese medicine to rational cancer therapy
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From traditional to modern fee systems
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From traffic flow simulations to pollutant concentrations in street canyons and backyards
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From Training to Education. lifelong learning in China
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From Training to Education. lifelong learning in China
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From transaction cost economics to relationship marketing: a model of buyer-supplier relations
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From transfer matrices to realizations: Convergence properties and parametrization of robustness analysis conditions
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From transfer to translation: Using systemic understandings of technology to understand drip irrigation uptake
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From Transgression to Virtual Space or the End of Art
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From transmission error measurement to pulley–belt slip determination in serpentine belt drives: Influence of tensioner and belt characteristics
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From trans-polyacetylene to zigzag-edged graphene nanoribbons
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From transport to diffusion through a space asymptotic approach Original Research Article
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From Treatment Compartmentalization to Disease Management
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From trees to galaxies: The Potts model on a random surface Original Research Article
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From trigger to phase waves and back again
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From trimethylvinylsilane to ZrC–SiC hybrid materials
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From triple interpolyelectrolyte-metal complexes to polymer-metal nanocomposites
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From triplesalen to triplesalacen: Synthesis spectroscopic, redox, and magnetic properties of the trinuclear CuII3 triplesalacen complex
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From triplex to B-form duplex stabilization: reversal of target selectivity by aminoglycoside dimers
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From TROPHY With Pride
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From tropos to atropos: 5,5′-bridged 2,2′-bis(diphenylphosphino)biphenyls as chiral ligands for highly enantioselective palladium-catalyzed hydrogenation of α-phthalimide ketones
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From tuple spaces to tuple centres
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From turbulence to financial time series
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From twigs to landscapes – methods for studying ecological effects of forest ungulates
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From Two-Dimensional Linear Quadratic Optimal Control to Iterative Learning Control. Paper 1. Two-Dimensional Linear Quadratic Optimal Controls and System Analysis
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From Two-Dimensional Linear Quadratic Optimal Control to Iterative Learning Control. Paper 2. Iterative Learning Controls for Batch Processes
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From two-dimensional to three-dimensional quantum dots
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From Two-Step Flow to the Internet: The Changing Array of Sources for Genetics Information Seeking
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From Type IIA black holes to T-dual Type IIB D-instantons in N = 2, D = 4 supergravity Original Research Article
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From U(IV) double-decker phthalocyanine with stacked UPc2 sandwiches to unstacked ones
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From ubicomp to ubiex(pectations)
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From ubiquitous antigens to joint-specific inflammation: could local vascular permeability be the missing link?
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From U-bounds to isoperimetry with applications to H-type groups
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From ugly fish to conquer death: J J R Macleodʹs fish insulin research, 1922–24
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FROM ULTRADIAN TO INFRADIAN RHYTHMS: LH RELEASE PATTERNS IN VITRO
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From ultrafiltration to nanofiltration hollow fiber membranes: a continuous UV-photografting process Original Research Article
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From UML Specification into Implementation Using Object Mapping
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From UML/OCL to SBVR specifications: A challenging transformation
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From uncertainty to certainty in quantum conductance of nanowires
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From undefined red smear cheese consortia to minimal model communities both exhibiting similar anti-listerial activity on a cheese-like matrix Original Research Article
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From Under Their Noses: Rebel Groups’ Arms Acquisition and the Importance of Leakages from State Stockpiles
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From underplating to delamination-retreat in the northern Apennines
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From uni- to multi-axial fretting-fatigue crack nucleation: Development of a stress-gradient-dependent critical distance approach
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From UNIFAC to modified UNIFAC to PSRK with the help of DDB
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From uniformity to diversification: transformation of teacher education in pursuit of teacher quality in Taiwan from 1949 to 2000
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From Unilateral Neglect to the Brain Basis of Consciousness
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From universal history to globalism: What are and for what purposes do we study European ideas?
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From universal public housing to meeting the increasing aspiration for private housing in Singapore
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From universal system of social policy to particularistic? The case of the Baltic States
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From unsaturated dodecahedranes to C40 cages?
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From unweighted to weighted networks with local information
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From urban landscape to information landscape: Digital Tainan as an example
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From urban village to east village. The battle for New Yorkʹs lower east side : Edited by Janet L Abu-Lughod Blackwell Oxford (1994) 386 pp £45.00 hardback £15.99 paperback
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From urbanisation to cities : Murray Bookchin Cassell, London (1995) 279 pp £40.00 hardback £14.99 paperback
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From use cases to classes: a way of building object model with UML
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From used montmorillonite to carbon monolayer–montmorillonite nanocomposites
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From useful algorithms for slowly convergent series to physical predictions based on divergent perturbative expansions
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From useful algorithms for slowly convergent series to physical predictions based on divergent perturbative expansions
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From user-groups to stakeholders? The public interest in fisheries management
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From V1 to V2 in West Germanic
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From V2O5 foam to VO2(B) nanoneedles
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From vagueness in medical thought to the foundations of fuzzy reasoning in medical diagnosis
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From valence bond solid to unconventional superconductivity in the organic charge-transfer solids
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From value at risk to stress testing: The extreme value approach
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From Value Chain to Value Network:: Insights for Mobile Operators
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From van der Waals to VTPR: The systematic improvement of the van der Waals equation of state
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From vanity fair to scientific research: The place of genealogy in contemporary science. A scientometric approach
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From vehicle–driver behaviors to first order traffic flow macroscopic models
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From vertex operators to Calogero-Sutherland models Original Research Article
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From vicinal azido alcohols to Boc-amino alcohols or oxazolidinones, with trimethylphosphine and Boc2O or CO2
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From vinyl sulfides, sulfoxides and sulfones to vinyl zirconocene derivatives
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From viral pathobiology to the treatment of hepatitis B virus infection EASL Monothematic Conference (Istanbul, Turkey, October 6–8, 2005)
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From virtual plants to real communities: A review of modelling clonal growth
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From virtual plants to real communities: A review of modelling clonal growth
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From viruses to cancer stem cells: Dissecting the pathways to malignancy
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From vision to reality: Strategic agility in complex times
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From Vision to the Implementation of the U.S. National Nanotechnology Initiative
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From visual data exploration to visual data mining: a survey
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From voice to knowledge: participatory action research, inclusive debate and feminism
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From volatility to value: analysing and managing financial and performance risk in energy savings projects
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From volcanic plains to glaciated peaks: Burial, uplift and exhumation history of southern East Greenland after opening of the NE Atlantic
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From volitional action to automatized homicide: changing levels of self and consciousness during partial limbic seizures
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From Voyager-IRIS to Cassini-CIRS: Interannual variability in Saturn’s stratosphere?
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From Vulcanian explosions to sustained explosive eruptions: The role of diffusive mass transfer in conduit flow dynamics
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From Vulnerable Plaque to Vulnerable Patient—Part III: Executive Summary of the Screening for Heart Attack Prevention and Education (SHAPE) Task Force Report
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From War-net to Net-war: The Internet and Resistance Identities in Indonesia
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From waste prevention to promotion of material efficiency: change of discourse in the waste policy of Finland
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From waste to electricity through integrated plasma gasification/fuel cell (IPGFC) system
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From waste to energy: Microalgae production in wastewater and glycerol
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From waste to resource, nuclear rare metals as a dream of modern alchemists
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From waste treatment to resource efficiency in the chemical industry: recovery of organic solvents from waters containing electrolytes by pervaporation
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From wasteland to wonderland: Opencast mining, regeneration and the English National Forest
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From water into soil: trophic ecology of a caecilian amphibian (Genus Ichthyophis)
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From water to bioethanol: The impact of climate variability on the water footprint
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From water to energy: The virtual water content and water footprint of biofuel consumption in Spain
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From water to tillage erosion dominated landform evolution
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From wave to jet and from jet to hydrogen: A promising hybrid system
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From weak to strong localization in a ferromagnetic high mobility 2DHG
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From weight enumerators to zeta functions Original Research Article
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From Welfare State to the Civil Society:The Constitutive use of Accounting in the Reform of the NZ Public Sector
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From welfare to work: does the neighborhood matter?
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From what and why did genetics emerge as a medical specialism in the 1970s in the UK? A case-history of research, policy and services in the Manchester region of the NHS
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FROM WHITEHALL TO JEDBURGH: PATRONAGE NETWORKS AND THE GOVERNMENT OF THE SCOTTISH BORDERS, 1603 TO 1625
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From WIMPS to 3D: The Development of AMAZE
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From within-word model search to across-word model search in large vocabulary continuous speech recognition
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From women to objects: Appearance focus, target gender, and perceptions of warmth, morality and competence
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From womenʹs needs to womenʹs rights in disasters
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From woody biomass extractives to health-promoting substances: Selective oxidation of the lignan hydroxymatairesinol to oxomatairesinol over Au, Pd, and Au–Pd heterogeneous catalysts
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From words to deeds: enforcing farmers’ conservation cost-sharing commitments
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From workplace to environment
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From Writing to Computers : J. Warner. Routledge, London and New York (1994). ix + 159 pp., $49.95, ISBN 0-415-09612-X
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From XML to RDF: A New Semantic Information Retrieval System.
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From x-ray telescopes to neutron scattering: Using axisymmetric mirrors to focus a neutron beam
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From x-ray telescopes to neutron scattering: Using axisymmetric mirrors to focus a neutron beam
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From XY tracking to buckling: axial plane cleavage fanning and folding during progressive deformation
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From y=0 to y=3: Recent results from BRAHMS Original Research Article
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From Youla-Kucera to Identification, Adaptive and Nonlinear Control
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From zeozymes to bio-inspired heterogeneous solids: Evolution of design strategies for sustainable catalysis
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From zero to hero—Design-based systems metabolic engineering of Corynebacterium glutamicum for l-lysine production
374
From zinc oxide nanoparticles to microflowers: A study of growth kinetics and biocidal activity
375
From Zn microspheres to hollow ZnO microspheres: A simple route to the growth of large scale metallic Zn microspheres and hollow ZnO microspheres
376
From ZnF2 to ZnO thin films using pulsed laser deposition: Optical and electrical properties
377
From γ-alumina to supported platinum nanoclusters in reforming conditions: 10 years of DFT modeling and beyond
378
From Native-like Selections to English Academic Performance: Exploring the Knowledge Base of English Bilinguals
379
Fromfieldtofactory—TakingadvantageofshopmanufacturingforthepebblebedmodularreactorOriginalResearchArticle
380
FROMS: A failure tolerant and mobility enabled multicast routing paradigm with reinforcement learning for WSNs
381
From-the-Editor Columns by William C. Roberts, MD, in The American Journal of Cardiology 1982–2011
382
FromTo-CLIRTM: web-based natural language interface for cross-language information retrieval
383
Front- and back-end process characterization by SIMS to achieve electrically matched devices
384
Front- and backside investigations of thermal and electronic properties of semiconducting devices
385
Front- and backside investigations of thermal and electronic properties of semiconducting devices
386
Front detection on satellite images based on wavelet and evidence theory: Application to the sea breeze fronts
387
FRONT DEVELOPMENT OF A LONG FATIGUE CRACK DURING ITS GROWTH
388
Front dynamics in a delayed-feedback system with external forcing
389
Front dynamics in heterogeneous diffusive media
390
Front end and optics of infrared beamline at SPring-8
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Front end and optics of infrared beamline at SPring-8
392
Front end bending in plate rolling influenced by circumferential speed mismatch and geometry
393
Front end electronics and first results of the ALICE V0 detector
394
Front end electronics and first results of the ALICE V0 detector
395
Front end electronics for European XFEL sensor: The AGIPD project
396
Front end electronics for European XFEL sensor: The AGIPD project
397
Front end electronics for high rate microstrip gaseous chamber readout
398
Front end electronics for high rate microstrip gaseous chamber readout
399
Front end electronics for multi-channel semiconductor imaging systems
400
Front end electronics for multi-channel semiconductor imaging systems
401
Front explosion in a resonantly forced complex Ginzburg–Landau system
402
Front face fluorescence spectroscopy and multiway analysis for process control and NFC prediction in industrially processed cookies
403
Front face fluorescence spectroscopy and visible spectroscopy coupled with chemometrics have the potential to characterise ripening of Cabernet Franc grapes Original Research Article
404
Front face fluorescence spectroscopy as a tool for the assessment of egg freshness during storage at a temperature of 12.2 °C and 87% relative humidity Original Research Article
405
Front face fluorescence spectroscopy coupled with chemometric tools for monitoring the oxidation of semi-hard cheeses throughout ripening
406
Front formation and motion in quasilinear parabolic equations
407
Front formation in a ballistic annihilation model
408
Front instability and pattern dynamics in the phase-field model for crystal growth
409
Front motion for phase transitions in systems with memory
410
Front progression in the East model
411
Front propagation and segregation in a reaction–diffusion model with cross-diffusion
412
Front propagation at low temperatures and multiscale modeling for the catalytic combustion of H2 on Pt
413
Front propagation for degenerate parabolic equations Original Research Article
414
Front propagation in a phase field model with phase-dependent heat absorption
415
Front propagation in epidemiological models with spatial dependence
416
Front propagation in population dynamics with dispersive variability and delayed growth
417
Front propagation in reactive systems with anomalous diffusion
418
Front propagation in the bromate–sulfite–ferrocyanide–aluminum (III) system: Autocatalytic front in a buffer system
419
Front propagation into unstable states
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Front propagation into unstable states
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Front propagation into unstable states: universal algebraic convergence towards uniformly translating pulled fronts
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Front Propagation Problems with Nonlocal Terms, II
423
Front shape and loading evolution during cracks coalescence using an incremental perturbation method
424
Front side plasmonic effect on thin silicon epitaxial solar cells
425
Front Tracking for Hyperbolic Conservation Laws: by H. Holden and N.H. Risebro (Springer, Berlin, 2002) ISBN 3-540-43289-2
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Front tracking in two and three dimensions
427
Front tracking simulation of deformation and buckling instability of a liquid capsule enclosed by an elastic membrane
428
Front tracking with moving-least-squares surfaces
429
Front variability and surface ocean features of the presumed southern bluefin tuna spawning grounds in the tropical southeast Indian Ocean
430
Front velocity and directed polymers in random medium
431
Frontal accretion along the western Mediterranean Ridge: the effect of Messinian evaporites on wedge mechanics and structural style
432
Frontal advance of turf-banked solifluction lobes, Kluane Range, Yukon Territory, Canada
433
Frontal affinity chromatographic analysis of membrane protein reconstitution
434
Frontal Affinity Chromatography Combined On-Line with Mass Spectrometry: A Tool for the Binding Study of Different Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor Inhibitors
435
Frontal affinity chromatography with MS detection of the ligand binding domain of PPARγ receptor: Ligand affinity screening and stereoselective ligand–macromolecule interaction
436
Frontal analysis for characterizing the adsorption–desorption behavior of β-lactoglobulin on immunoadsorbents
437
Frontal analysis method to determine competitive adsorption isotherms
438
Frontal analysis of aqueous phenol solutions in amberlite XAD-4 columns: Implications on the operation and design of solid phase extraction systems
439
Frontal analysis of cell-membrane chromatography for determination of drug-α1D adrenergic receptor affinity
440
Frontal and Limbic Activation During Inhibitory Control Predicts Treatment Response in Major Depressive Disorder
441
Frontal and memory network strokes are associated with relatively lower NIH deficit scores
442
Frontal and Oblique Tectonics in the Brazilian Shield
443
Frontal and parietal cortex contributions to action modification
444
Frontal and parietal EEG asymmetries interact to predict attentional bias to threat
445
Frontal and posterior sources of event-related potentials in semantic comprehension
446
Frontal and sagittal plane analyses of the stair climbing task in healthy adults aged over 40 years: what are the challenges compared to level walking?
447
Frontal and striatal brain lesions increase susceptibility to masking in perceptual decisions
448
Frontal and subcortical contributions to the severity of post-traumatic agitation
449
Frontal and temporal volumes in children with epilepsy
450
Frontal assessment battery in a Persian population with Parkinsons disease
451
Frontal behavioral and emotional symptoms in Spanish individuals with acquired brain injury and substance use disorders
452
Frontal behavioral syndromes in Prader–Willi syndrome
453
Frontal Brain Changes and Cognitive Performance in Old Age
454
Frontal brain deactivation during a non-verbal cognitive judgement bias test in sheep
455
Frontal brain electrical activity (EEG) and heart rate in response to affective infant-directed (ID) speech in 9-month-old infants
456
Frontal brain volume and context effects in short-term recall in schizophrenia
457
Frontal callosal disconnection syndromes
458
Frontal connections and cognitive changes in normal aging rhesus monkeys: A DTI study
459
Frontal cortex and baroreflex: A preliminary study using NIRS and ρ max
460
Frontal cortex and the programming of repetitive tapping movements in man: lesion effects and functional neuroimaging
461
Frontal Cortex as the Central Executive of Working Memory: Time to Revise Our View
462
Frontal cortex, laterality, and memory: encoding versus retrieval
463
Frontal deficits in alcoholism: An ERP study
464
Frontal densification and displacement: A scenario of North Pacific Intermediate Water formation
465
Frontal dissociations: evidence from Parkinsonʹs disease
466
Frontal Dopamine D2/3 Receptor Binding in Drug-Naive First-Episode Schizophrenic Patients Correlates with Positive Psychotic Symptoms and Gender
467
Frontal dysfunction and psychosis proneness in CPT-linked vulnerable adolescents
468
Frontal EEG asymmetry during emotional challenge differentiates individuals with and without lifetime major depressive disorder
469
Frontal emplacement and mobility of sublacustrine landslides: Results from morphometric and seismostratigraphic analysis
470
Frontal enhancement of dimethylsulfide concentrations across a Gulf Stream meander
471
Frontal evaluation and posterior representation in target detection
472
Frontal face authentication using morphological elastic graph matching
473
Frontal horn cysts in normal neonates
474
Frontal Immunoaffinity Chromatography with Mass Spectrometric Detection: A Method for Finding Active Compounds from Traditional Chinese Herbs
475
Frontal impact absorbing systems in wheelchairs like sheet metal hood in vehicles
476
Frontal intraosseous cryptic hemangioma presenting with supraorbital neuralgia
477
FRONTAL INTRAPARENCHYMAL SCHWANNOMA: A CASE REPORT (CASE REPORT)
478
Frontal lobe abscess secondary to head trauma and nasal polyposis
479
Frontal lobe damage impairs process and content in semantic memory: Evidence from category-specific effects in progressive non-fluent aphasia
480
Frontal lobe dysfunction and aggression: Conceptual issues and research findings
481
Frontal lobe dysfunction and everyday problem-solving: Social and non-social contributions
482
Frontal lobe dysfunction and Williams syndrome: A case presentation utilizing SPECT analysis
483
Frontal lobe dysfunction in pathological gambling patients
484
Frontal Lobe Function and General Intelligence: Why it Matters
485
Frontal Lobe Function in Chess Players
486
Frontal Lobe Functioning in Man: The Riddle Revisited
487
Frontal lobe gray matter density decreases in bipolar I disorder
488
Frontal Lobe Morphometry with MRI in a Normal Age Group of 6-17 Year Olds
489
Frontal lobe of children with schizophrenia spectrum disorders: A proton magnetic resonance spectroscopic study
490
Frontal lobe tasks, antipsychotic medication, and schizophrenia syndromes
491
Frontal lobe volumes in schizophrenia: Effects of stage and duration of illness
492
Frontal Localization of Absence Seizures Demonstrated by Ictal Positron Emission Tomography
493
Frontal midline theta and the error-related negativity: neurophysiological mechanisms of action regulation
494
Frontal midline theta rhythm is correlated with cardiac autonomic activities during the performance of an attention demanding meditation procedure
495
Frontal observations of the Delaware Coastal Current source region
496
Frontal orbital approaches to sellar and parasellar tumors
497
Frontal P300 decrements, alcohol dependence, and antisocial personality disorder
498
Frontal photopolymerization synthesis of multilayer hydrogels with high mechanical strength
499
Frontal plane load beneath the calcaneus and relationship to foot type classification
500
Frontal polymerization as a new method for developing drug controlled release systems (DCRS) based on polyacrylamide
501
Frontal progression of a juxtaposed ice cover on the Elbe river
502
Frontal regional homogeneity increased and temporal regional homogeneity decreased after remission of first-episode drug-naïve major depressive disorder with panic disorder patients under duloxetine therapy for 6 weeks
503
Frontal sinus mucocele: A rare complication of craniofacial fibrous dysplasia
504
Frontal Sinus Patency after Extended Frontal Sinusotomy Type III
505
Frontal stability of reactive nanoparticle transport during in situ catalytic upgrading of heavy oil
506
Frontal structure and Antarctic Bottom Water flow through the Princess Elizabeth Trough, Antarctica
507
Frontal structure and transport in the northwestern Weddell Sea
508
Frontal UV–visible fluorescence polarization measurement for bovine meat ageing assessment
509
Frontal white matter alterations are associated with executive cognitive function in euthymic bipolar patients
510
Frontal white matter biochemical abnormalities in first-episode, treatment-naive patients with major depressive disorder: A proton magnetic resonance spectroscopy study
511
Frontal white matter microstructure, aggression, and impulsivity in men with schizophrenia: a preliminary study
512
Frontal white matter volume and delta EEG sources negatively correlate in awake subjects with mild cognitive impairment and Alzheimerʹs disease
513
Frontal-executive dysfunction in early onset cerebellar ataxia of Holmes’ type
514
Frontali upenion for Upper Eyelid Ptoi: Evaluation of Different urgical Deign and uture Material
515
Frontalis Sling Operation using Silicone Rods in Comparison to Ptose-Up for Congenital Ptosis with Poor Levator Function
516
Frontally confined versus frontally emergent submarine landslides: A 3D seismic characterisation
517
Frontal-parietal activation differences observed before the execution of remembered saccades: an event-related potentials study
518
Frontal–parietal event-related potential changes associated with practising a novel visuomotor task
519
Frontal–striatal circuitry activated by human peak-interval timing in the supra-seconds range
520
Frontal–subcortical neuronal circuits and clinical neuropsychiatry: An update
521
Frontal-view face detection and facial feature extraction using color and morphological operations
522
Frontal-view face detection and facial feature extraction using color and morphological operations
523
Frontal-view face detection and facial feature extraction using color, shape and symmetry based cost functions
524
Frontal-view gait recognition by intra- and inter-frame rectangle size distribution
525
Front-end ASICs development for W–Si calorimeter at ILC (CALICE collaboration)
526
Front-end ASICs development for W–Si calorimeter at ILC (CALICE collaboration)
527
Front-end circuit for position sensitive silicon and vacuum tube photomultipliers with gain control and depth of interaction measurement
528
Front-end circuit for position sensitive silicon and vacuum tube photomultipliers with gain control and depth of interaction measurement
529
Front-End electronics and integration of ATLAS pixel modules
530
Front-End electronics and integration of ATLAS pixel modules
531
Front-end electronics and trigger systems—Status and challenges
532
Front-end electronics and trigger systems—Status and challenges
533
Frontend electronics development for the CMS pixel detector upgrade
534
Frontend electronics development for the CMS pixel detector upgrade
535
Front-end electronics for a large-area silicon detector telescope
536
Front-end electronics for a large-area silicon detector telescope
537
Front-end electronics for accurate energy measurement of double beta decays
538
Front-end electronics for accurate energy measurement of double beta decays
539
Front-end electronics for DEPFET pixel detectors at SuperBelle (BELLE II)
540
Front-end electronics for DEPFET pixel detectors at SuperBelle (BELLE II)
541
Front-end electronics for drift tubes in a high-rate environment
542
Front-end electronics for drift tubes in a high-rate environment
543
Front-end electronics for high rate, position sensitive neutron detectors
544
Front-end electronics for high rate, position sensitive neutron detectors
545
Frontend electronics for high-precision single photo-electron timing using FPGA-TDCs
546
Frontend electronics for high-precision single photo-electron timing using FPGA-TDCs
547
Front-end electronics for imaging detectors
548
Front-end electronics for imaging detectors
549
Front-end electronics for pixel sensors
550
Front-end electronics for pixel sensors
551
Front-end electronics for pixel sensors
552
Front-end electronics for PWO-based PHOS calorimeter of ALICE
553
Front-end electronics for PWO-based PHOS calorimeter of ALICE
554
Front-end electronics for RICH detectors
555
Front-end electronics for RICH detectors
556
Front-end electronics for the ALICE calorimeters
557
Front-end electronics for the ALICE calorimeters
558
Front-end electronics for the CDF-II time-of-flight system
559
Front-end electronics for the CERES TPC-detector
560
Front-end electronics for the CERES TPC-detector
561
Front-end electronics for the SuperB charged particle identification detectors
562
Front-end electronics for the SuperB charged particle identification detectors
563
Front-end electronics for the tagger of the BGO-OD experiment
564
Front-end electronics for the tagger of the BGO-OD experiment
565
Front-end electronics in a 65 nm CMOS process for high density readout of pixel sensors
566
Front-end electronics in a 65 nm CMOS process for high density readout of pixel sensors
567
Front-end electronics of the ALICE photon spectrometer
568
Front-end electronics of the ALICE photon spectrometer
569
Front-end electronics of the Belle II drift chamber
570
Front-end electronics of the Belle II drift chamber
571
Front-end IC for a muon spectrometer with cathode strip chambers
572
Front-end IC for a muon spectrometer with cathode strip chambers
573
Front-end low-frequency switched-mode rectifier and its control for permanent-magnet synchronous-motor drive
574
Front-end multi-channel PMT-associated readout chip for hodoscope application
575
Front-end multi-channel PMT-associated readout chip for hodoscope application
576
Front-end readout boards for streamer tube muon tracking detector in the KASCADE EAS Experiment
577
Front-end readout boards for streamer tube muon tracking detector in the KASCADE EAS Experiment
578
Front-end readout development for the IFR muon detector at BaBar
579
Front-end readout development for the IFR muon detector at BaBar
580
Front-end readout system for PHENIX RICH
581
Front-end readout system for PHENIX RICH
582
Front-end system for modeling modern
583
Front-end system of the TPE-RX reversed-field pinch machine
584
Front-End-Electronics Communication software for multiple detectors in the ALICE experiment
585
Front-End-Electronics Communication software for multiple detectors in the ALICE experiment
586
Front-face fluorescence spectroscopy as a tool to classify seven bovine muscles according to their chemical and rheological characteristics
587
Front-face fluorescence spectroscopy: A new tool for control in the wine industry
588
Front-face fluorescence spectroscopy: A new tool for control in the wine industry
589
Frontier cost functions and bank efficiency
590
Frontier development and indigenous peoples
591
Frontier Electron Density Pattern of Dioxin Congeners
592
Frontier electronic energy levels of icosahedral fullerenes
593
Frontier electronic energy levels of tetrahedral (Td) fullerenes
594
Frontier energy use for the cultivation of wheat crop in Punjab
595
Frontier estimation in nonparametric location-scale models
596
Frontier estimation in nonparametric location-scale models
597
Frontier estimation in the presence of measurement error with unknown variance
598
Frontier estimation in the presence of measurement error with unknown variance
599
Frontier estimation via kernel regression on high power-transformed data
600
Frontier estimation with kernel regression on high order moments
601
Frontier estimation with local polynomials and high power-transformed data
602
Frontier Fictions: Shaping the Iranian Nation, 1804–1946
603
Frontier of shell model calculations Original Research Article
604
Frontier orbital and morphology engineering of conjugated polymers and block copolymers for potential high efficiency photovoltaics
605
Frontier orbital energies, hydrophobicity and steric factors as physical qsar descriptors of molecular mutagenicity. A review with a case study: MX compounds
606
Frontier Orbitals Aromaticity: A Simple Approach to the Analysis of Pericyclic Reactions
607
Frontier orbitals control in the reactivity of singlet oxygen with lignin model compounds: An ab initio study
608
Frontier Therapeutics and Vaccine Strategies for SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19): A Review
609
Frontiers and boundaries of pre-modern Japan
610
Frontiers and grand challenges in mineral physics of the deep mantle
611
Frontiers in biosensorics, I. fundamental aspects, II practical applications: F.W. Scheller, F. Schubert and J. Fedrowitz (Eds.), Birkhäuser, Basel (ISBN 3-7643-5481-X, 2 vols). I vi + 287 pp., II iii + 175 pp. Price SF198.00 (2 vols.)
612
Frontiers in cancer nanomedicine: directing mass transport through biological barriers Original Research Article
613
Frontiers in chemical genetics
614
Frontiers in Computational Biophysics: A Symposium in Honor of Martin Karplus
615
Frontiers in Computational Genomics. Functional Genomics series Volume 3: Michael Y. Galperin and Eugene V. Koonin (Eds.), Caister Academic Press, Norfolk, UK, 2003, xii+348 pages, hardback, ISBN 1-898486-36-0; £90, US$180;
616
Frontiers in Crystal Engineering, Edward R.T. Tiekink, Jagadese J. Vittal (Eds.). John Wiley, Chichester, 2006, pp. xiv +332, price £110.00, ISBN 0-470-02258-2
617
Frontiers in Evolutionary Algorithms
618
Frontiers in Green Chemistry: meeting the grand challenges for sustainability in R&D and manufacturing
619
Frontiers in human behavioral science
620
Frontiers in infrared spectroscopy at surfaces and interfaces
621
Frontiers in large igneous province research
622
Frontiers in mesoporous molecular sieves containing niobium: From model materials to catalysts
623
Frontiers in Organometallic Chemistry – the Fifth Journal of Organometallic Chemistry Symposium
624
Frontiers in payment and settlement systems: Introduction
625
Frontiers in photovoltaic materials and devices
626
Frontiers in refrigeration and cooling: how to obtain and sustain ultralow temperatures beyond natureʹs ambience
627
Frontiers in sexual selection
628
Frontiers in transport phenomena research and education: Energy systems, biological systems, security, information technology and nanotechnology
629
Frontiers in whiplash trauma: clinical and biomechanical: Narayan Yoganandan and Frank A. Pintar (Eds.); IOS Press, Inc., Burke, VA, 2000, 590pp., price $92.00 ISBN 4-274-90354-0 C3047
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Frontiers of business cycle research : Thomas F. Cooley, ed. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1995. 419 pp. $49.50. ISBN 0-691-04323-X.
631
Frontiers of cognitive therapy : Edited by Paul M. Salkovskis. New York, Guilford Publications, 1996 ($45.00) 537 pp
632
Frontiers of Development Economics: Gerald M. Meier and Joseph E. Stiglitz, eds., Oxford University Press and the World Bank, New York, 2000, pp. x+575, US$35.00
633
Frontiers of financial econometrics and financial engineering
634
Frontiers of fundamental physics, vol. 2: B.G. Sidharth (Editor), Universities Press, Hyderabad, India (2001).
635
Frontiers of heavy-ion physics and superheavy elements Original Research Article
636
Frontiers of mid-infrared lasers based on transition metal doped II–VI semiconductors
637
Frontiers of Nuclear Astrophysics Original Research Article
638
Frontiers of nuclear structure research and the GSI experimental program Original Research Article
639
Frontiers of polarized electron scattering experiments
640
Frontiers of research and future directions in information and communication technolog
641
Frontiers of research in photoelectrochemical solar energy conversion
642
Frontiers of stable isotope geoscience
643
Frontiers of surface science
644
Frontiers of Two-Dimensional Correlation Spectroscopy. Part 1. New concepts and noteworthy developments
645
Frontiers of two-dimensional correlation spectroscopy. Part 2. Perturbation methods, fields of applications, and types of analytical probes
646
Front-illuminated dye-sensitized solar cells with Ag nanoparticle-functionalized freestanding TiO2 nanotube arrays
647
Fronting, background, focus: A comparative study of Sardinian and Icelandic
648
Front-label health claims: when less is more
649
Front-line police officers’ practices, perceptions and attitudes about the enforcement of impaired driving laws in Canada
650
Frontline treatment in multiple myeloma patients not eligible for stem-cell transplantation
651
Frontline treatment of multiple myeloma in elderly patients
652
Frontmatter
653
Frontocortical 5-HT4 receptors exert positive feedback on serotonergic activity: Viral transfections, subacute and chronic treatments with 5-HT4 agonists
654
Frontocortical activity in children with comorbidity of tic disorder and attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder
655
Fronto-extracephalic transcranial direct current stimulation as a treatment for major depression: An open-label pilot study
656
Front-of-pack nutrition labelling: Testing effectiveness of different nutrition labelling formats front-of-pack in four European countries
657
Front-of-pack nutrition labels. Their effect on attention and choices when consumers have varying goals and time constraints
658
Frontogenesis in turbulent flow through porous media using non-linear Forchheimer equation
659
Fronto-Hippocampal Function During Temporal Context Monitoring in Schizophrenia
660
Frontolimbic activity in a frustrating task: Covariation between patterns of coping and individual differences in externalizing and internalizing symptoms
661
Fronto-Limbic Brain Abnormalities in Juvenile Onset Bipolar Disorder
662
Frontolimbic brain abnormalities in patients with borderline personality disorder: a volumetric magnetic resonance imaging study
663
Fronto-limbic dysfunction in borderline personality disorder: A 18F-FDG positron emission tomography study
664
Frontolimbic responses to emotional faces in young people at familial risk of depression
665
Frontolimbic Serotonin 2A Receptor Binding in Healthy Subjects Is Associated with Personality Risk Factors for Affective Disorder
666
Fronto-limbic volumetric changes in major depressive disorder
667
Fronto-occipital fasciculus, corpus callosum and superior longitudinal fasciculus tract alterations of first-episode, medication-naïve and late-onset panic disorder patients
668
Frontoparietal activation during delayed visuospatial recall in patients with epilepsy due to hippocampal sclerosis
669
Fronto-striatal atrophy correlates of inhibitory dysfunction in Parkinsonʹs disease versus behavioural variant frontotemporal dementia
670
Fronto-striatal circuitry and inhibitory control in autism: Findings from diffusion tensor imaging tractography
671
Fronto-striatal correlates of impaired implicit sequence learning in major depression: An fMRI study
672
Fronto-striatal deficit in Parkinsonʹs disease during semantic event sequencing
673
Frontostriatal Dysfunction During Response Inhibition in Williams Syndrome
674
Frontostriatal neuroimaging findings differ in patients with bipolar disorder who have or do not have ADHD comorbidity
675
Frontotemporal abnormal gyration with infantile spasms in identical twins
676
Frontotemporal dementia
677
Frontotemporal dementia
678
Frontotemporal dementia as a neural system disease
679
Fronto-temporal dementia versus Alzheimer disease
680
Frontotemporal dementia: A different kind of dementia
681
Frontotemporal dementia: an endosomal problem?
682
Frontotemporal dementia: genotypes, phenotypes and more problems to be solved
683
Fronto–Temporal Disconnectivity in Schizotypal Personality Disorder: A Diffusion Tensor Imaging Study
684
Frontotemporal hypoperfusion detected by 99mTc HMPAO SPECT in a patient with olfactory reference syndrome
685
Frontotemporal interactions in face encoding and recognition
686
Fronto-temporo-insula gray matter alterations of first-episode, drug-naïve and very late-onset panic disorder patients
687
Fronto-thalamo-striatal gray and white matter volumes and anisotropy of their connections in bipolar spectrum illnesses
688
Front-running dynamics
689
Fronts and bumps in spatially extended Kuramoto networks
690
Fronts and habitat zones in the Scotia Sea
691
Fronts and localized structures in a liquid-crystal-light-valve with optical feedback
692
Fronts and thermohaline structure of the Brazil–Malvinas Confluence System Original Research Article
693
Fronts in Large Marine Ecosystems
694
Fronts in the Southern Indian Ocean as inferred from satellite sea surface temperature data
695
Fronts propagating with signal dependent speed in limited diffusion and related Hamilton–Jacobi formulations
696
Fronts, fish, and predators
697
Fronts, jets, and counter-flows in the Western Iberian upwelling system
698
Fronts, meanders and eddies in Drake Passage during the ANT-XXIII/3 cruise in January–February 2006: A satellite perspective
699
Fronts, water masses and heat content variability in the Western Indian sector of the Southern Ocean during austral summer 2004
700
Front-side metal electrode optimization using fine line double screen printing and nickel plating for large area crystalline silicon solar cells
701
Front-tracking centralized motor control in a paper-making process
702
Front-Tracking Finite Element Method for Dendritic Solidification
703
Front-type solutions of fractional Allen–Cahn equation
704
FROS: a fuzzy logic-based recogniser of olfactory signals
705
Frost and soils: implications for paleosols, paleoclimates and stratigraphy
706
Frost attack resistance and steel bar corrosion of antiwashout underwater concrete containing mineral admixtures
707
Frost behavior on a fin considering the heat conduction of heat exchanger fins
708
Frost distribution characteristics of laminar airflow on cold surface of mini-channels
709
Frost formation and condensation in stone–wool insulations
710
Frost formation and frost crystal growth on a cold plate in atmospheric air flow
711
Frost formation and heat transfer on a cold surface in ice fog
712
Frost formation as a temporary enhancer for quench pool boiling
713
Frost formation in vertical channels under natural convection
714
Frost formation on a cold surface under turbulent flow
715
Frost formation on a plate with different surface hydrophilicity
716
Frost formation on a super-hydrophobic surface under natural convection conditions
717
Frost formation on a vertical plate in simultaneously developing flow
718
Frost formation on fin- and- tube heat exchangers. Part II—Experimental investigation of frost formation on fin- and- tube heat exchangers
719
Frost formation on fin-and-tube heat exchangers. Part I—Modeling of frost formation on fin-and-tube heat exchangers
720
Frost formation on frozen products preserved in domestic freezers Original Research Article
721
Frost growth and densification in laminar flow over flat surfaces
722
Frost growth and densification on a flat surface in laminar flow with variable humidity
723
Frost growth characteristics of spirally-coiled circular fin-tube heat exchangers under frosting conditions
724
Frost hardening of Scots pine seedlings in relation to the climatic year-to-year variation in air temperature
725
Frost hardiness and production of Opuntia forage clones in the Mendoza plain, Argentina
726
Frost hardiness, height, and dormancy of 15 short-day, nursery-treated interior spruce seed lots
727
Frost heave and phase front instability in freezing soils
728
Frost heave and water uptake rates in silty soil subject to variable water table height during freezing
729
Frost heave predictions of buried chilled gas pipelines with the effect of permafrost
730
Frost heaving in a boreal soil in relation to soil scarification and snow cover
731
Frost Injury as a Possible Inciting Factor in Bud and Shoot Necroses of Fraxinus excelsior L.
732
Frost jacking of joint blocks above Cwm Idwal, in North Wales
733
Frost related dieback in Estonian energy plantations of willows in relation to fertilisation and pathogenic bacteria
734
Frost resistance and microstructure of Engineered Cementitious Composites: Influence of fly ash and micro poly-vinyl-alcohol fiber
735
Frost resistance of clay roofing tiles: Case study
736
Frost resistance of recycled aggregate concrete
737
Frost resistant concrete
738
Frost retardation of an air-source heat pump by the hot gas bypass method
739
Frost risks in the Mantaro river basin
740
Frost sensitivity and nutrient status in a fertilized Norway spruce stand in Denmark
741
Frost tolerance in wild potato species: Assessing the predictivity of taxonomic, geographic, and ecological factors
742
Frost weathering and rockwall erosion in the southeastern Swiss Alps: Long-term (1994–2006) observations
743
Frost, defrost, and refrost and its impact on the air-side thermal-hydraulic performance of louvered-fin, flat-tube heat exchangers
744
FROST: a low-noise high-rate photon counting ASIC for X-ray applications
745
FROST: a low-noise high-rate photon counting ASIC for X-ray applications
746
FROST: an ASIC for digital mammography with synchrotron radiation
747
FROST: an ASIC for digital mammography with synchrotron radiation
748
Frostbite
749
Frostbite of the face after recreational misuse of nitrous oxide
750
Frostbite of the gluteal region
751
Frost-cracking control on catchment denudation rates: Insights from in situ produced 10Be concentrations in stream sediments (Ecrins–Pelvoux massif, French Western Alps)
752
Frosted branch angiitis caused by Varicella Zoster virus in an immunocompetent patient
753
Frosted granular flow: A new hypothesis for mass wasting in martian gullies
754
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Frosting and defrosting characteristics of a fin according to surface contact angle
756
Frosting and defrosting characteristics of surface-treated louvered-fin heat exchangers: Effects of fin pitch and experimental conditions
757
Frosting and defrosting on rigid superhydrohobic surface
758
Frosting characteristics of fin-tube heat exchanger at temperature range of −18 to 6 °C of a cascade heat pump
759
Frosting of heat pump with heat recovery facility
760
Frostman lemmas for Hausdorff measure and packing measure in a product probability space and their physical application
761
Frostquakes in New England
762
Frost-related dieback of willows. Comparison of epiphytically and endophytically isolated bacteria from different Salix clones, with emphasis on ice nucleation activity, pathogenic properties and seasonal variation
763
Frost-shattered debris facies of Younger Dryas age in the coastal sedimentary successions in western Norway: palaeoenvironmental implications
764
Froted branch angiiti in a child with HIV infection
765
Froth collapse in column flotation: a prevention method using froth density estimation and fuzzy expert systems
766
Froth delineation based on image classification
767
Froth flotation of sphalerite: Collector concentration, gas dispersion and particle size effects
768
Froth flotation via microparticle stabilized foams
769
Froth flotation: kinetic models based on chemical analogy
770
Froth flotoextraction, a new method of metal separation from aqueous solutions
771
Froth imaging, air recovery and bubble loading to describe flotation bank performance
772
Froth mean residence time measurement in industrial flotation cells
773
Froth modification for reduced fuel oil usage in phosphate flotation
774
Froth recovery measurement in plant scale flotation cells
775
Froth recovery measurements in an industrial flotation cell
776
Froth recovery of industrial flotation cells
777
Froth touch samples viewed with Scanning Electron Microscopy
778
Froth transport characterization in a two-dimensional flotation cell
779
Froth zone characterization of an industrial flotation column in rougher circuit
780
Froth zone modelling of an industrial flotation column
781
Frothability characterization of residual organic solvents
782
Froth-based modeling and control of flotation processes
783
Frother analysis: Some plant experiences
784
Frother characterisation using dynamic surface tension measurements
785
Frother function–structure relationship: Dependence of CCC95 on HLB and the H-ratio
786
Frother partitioning in dual-frother systems: Development of analytical technique
787
Frother persistence: A measure using gas holdup
788
Frother-depressant interactions in two and three phase systems
789
Frother-related research at McGill University
790
Frothing behavior of aqueous solutions of oleic acid
791
Frothing in flotation II: Eds. J.S. Laskowski and E.T. Woodburn Gordon and Breach Science Publishers, Amsterdam, 1998. 371 pps. ISBN 90-5699-631-2
792
Frothy bloat in ruminants: Cause, occurrence, and mitigation strategies
793
Frottements et pertes de charge des fluides viscoélastiques dans des conduites rectangulaires
794
Froude and the contribution of naval architecture to our understanding of bipedal locomotion
795
Froude number fractions to increase walking pattern dynamic similarities: Application to plantar pressure study in healthy subjects
796
Frozen and defrosted fruit revealed with X-ray dark-field radiography
797
Frozen barrier evolution in saturated porous media
798
Frozen bison and fur trapperʹs journals: building a prey choice model for Idahoʹs Snake River Plain
799
Frozen cord blood used for human gene therapy
800
Frozen core orbitals as an alternative to specific frontier bond potential in hybrid Quantum Mechanics/Molecular Mechanics methods
801
Frozen core potential scheme with a relativistic electronic Hamiltonian: Theoretical connection between the model potential and all-electron treatments
802
Frozen delivery of brushite calcium phosphate cements
803
Frozen density embedding calculations with the orbital-dependent localized Hartree–Fock Kohn–Sham potential
804
Frozen divided difference scheme for solving systems of nonlinear equations
805
Frozen dough bread: Quality and textural behavior during prolonged storage – Prediction of final product characteristics Original Research Article
806
Frozen embryo transfer: Endometrial preparation by letrozole versus hormone replacement cycle: A randomized clinical trial
807
Frozen fish block: how commited are North Atlantic States to accountability, conservation and management of fisheries?
808
Frozen Fish Markets and Marketing Problems in Ibadan, Nigeria
809
Frozen green beans (Phaseolus vulgaris, L.) quality profile evaluation during home storage Original Research Article
810
Frozen ground conditions in a subarctic mountain environment, Northern Sweden
811
Frozen jacobian iterative method for solving systems of nonlinear equations application to nonlinear IVPs and BVPs
812
Frozen localized molecular orbitals in electron correlation calculations – Exploiting the Hartree–Fock density matrix
813
Frozen Martian lahars? Evaluation of morphology, degradation and geologic development in the Utopia–Elysium transition zone
814
Frozen matrix photolysis of Group VIII M(CO)2Cl2L2 derivatives: Direct observation of CO-loss species and photochemical isomerization
815
Frozen methanol bombarded by energetic particles: Relevance to solid state astrochemistry
816
Frozen mitochondria as rapid water quality bioassay
817
Frozen Mushrooms Quality as Affected by Strain, Flush, Treatment Before Freezing, and Time of Storage
818
Frozen orbital QM/MM methods for density functional theory
819
Frozen rumen fluid as microbial inoculum in the two-stage in vitro digestibility assay of ruminant feeds
820
Frozen Section as a Diagnostic Test for Major Salivary Gland Tumors
821
Frozen Section Diagnoses of Small Pulmonary Nodules: Accuracy and Clinical Implications
822
Frozen Section Evaluation of the Cone Margin Status in High-Grade Cervical Intraepithelial Neoplasia
823
Frozen shoulder and the Big Five personality traits
824
Frozen shoulder: A 12-month clinical outcome trial
825
Frozen shoulder: a consensus definition
826
Frozen shoulder: Arthroscopy and manipulation under general anesthesia and early passive motion
827
Frozen slurry catalytic reactor: A new structured catalyst for transient studies in liquid phase Original Research Article
828
Frozen soil parameterization in SiB2 and its validation with GAME-Tibet observations
829
Frozen soil subsurface barriers: formation and ice erosion
830
Frozen spin solid targets developed at JINR Dubna
831
Frozen spin solid targets developed at JINR Dubna
832
Frozen spin solid targets developed at the Laboratory of Nuclear Problems (JINR, Dubna)
833
Frozen spin solid targets developed at the Laboratory of Nuclear Problems (JINR, Dubna)
834
Frozen storage of Escherichia coli O157: H7 in vegetable broth
835
Frozen storage of ram semen I. Processing, freezing, thawing and fertility after cervical insemination
836
Frozen storage of ram semen II. Causes of low fertility after cervical insemination and methods of improvement
837
Frozen storage stability of antioxidant-treated raw restructured beef steaks made from mature cows
838
Frozen storage stability of beef patties incorporated with extracts from ulam raja leaves (Cosmos caudatus)
839
Frozen thawed embryo transfer cycles; A comparison of pregnancy outcomes with and without prior pituitary suppression by GnRH agonists: An RCT
840
Frozen Void: The Elegant Affect of the Evolved Object
841
Frozen water phase method for log D measurement using a 96-well plate
842
Frozen-core full-CI calculation of imaginary frequency-dependent dipole polarizabilities of ground state BeH2 and the C6 dispersion coefficients of its homodimer
843
Frozen-in birefringence and anisotropic shrinkage in optical moldings: I. Theory and simulation scheme
844
Frozen-in birefringence and anisotropic shrinkage in optical moldings: II. Comparison of simulations with experiments on light-guide plates
845
Frozen-in disorder probed by electron spin relaxation
846
Frozen-in viscoelasticity for novel beam expanders and high-power connectors
847
FRP composites for shear strengthening of reinforced concrete deep beams with openings
848
FRP confined concrete columns: Behaviour under extreme conditions
849
FRP debonding from a concrete substrate: Some recent findings against conventional belief
850
FRP Dewar for measurements in high pulsed magnetic fields Original Research Article
851
FRP materials for the rehabilitation of tubular steel structures, for underwater applications
852
FRP reinforcement of stone arch bridges: Unilateral contact models and limit analysis
853
FRP strengthened walls with delaminated regions – Geometrically nonlinear response
854
FRPC reinforced concrete beam-column joints under cyclic excitation
855
FRP-confined concrete in circular sections: Review and assessment of stress–strain models
856
FRP-confined concrete members: Axial compression experiments and plasticity modelling
857
FRP-Confined Concrete Model
858
FRP-confined concrete under axial cyclic compression
859
FRPs and FOSs lead to innovation in Canadian civil engineering structures
860
FRPS: A Fuzzy Rough Prototype Selection method
861
FRP-strengthened RC beams under sustained loads and weathering
862
FRP-strengthened RC beams. I: review of debonding strength models
863
FRP-strengthened RC beams. II: assessment of debonding strength models
864
FRP-strengthened RC slabs anchored with FRP anchors
865
FRP-to-concrete interfaces between two adjacent cracks: Theoretical model for debonding failure
866
FRP-to-concrete joint assemblages anchored with multiple FRP anchors
867
FRR for latency reduction and QoS provisioning in OBS networks
868
FRSAD and the Ontology of Subjects of Works
869
FRSDE: Fast reduced set density estimator using minimal enclosing ball approximation
870
Fِrster energy transfer from nonexponentially decaying donors
871
Fِrster energy transfer from tryptophan to flavin in glucose oxidase enzyme
872
Fِrster resonance energy transfer from poly(9-vinyl carbazole) to silicon nanoparticles in their composite films
873
Fِrster transfer based amplified spontaneous emission in conjugated polymer blends
874
FRSVMs: Fuzzy rough set based support vector machines
875
FRT-duals as quantum enveloping algebras
876
Frucht Graph is not Hyperenergetic
877
Fructan accumulation and transcription of candidate genes during cold acclimation in three varieties of Poa pratensis
878
Fructan and total carbohydrate accumulation in leaves of two cultivars of timothy (Phleum pratenseVega and Climax) as affected by temperature
879
Fructan biosynthesis and fructosyltransferase evolution: Expression of the 6-SFT (sucrose : fructan 6-fructosyltransferase) gene in crested wheatgrass (Agropyron cristatum)
880
Fructan Content of Rye and Rye Products.
881
Fructan metabolising enzymes in rhizophores of Vernonia herbacea upon excision of aerial organs
882
Fructan, Sugar and Starch Concentrations in North American Grass
883
Fructanase and fructosyltransferase activity of non-Saccharomyces yeasts isolated from fermenting musts of Mezcal
884
Fructans and major compounds in onion cultivars (Allium cepa)
885
Fructans and major compounds in onion cultivars (Allium cepa)
886
Fructans in crested wheatgrass leaves
887
Fructans in the diet cause alterations of intestinal mucosal architecture, released mucins and mucosaassociated bifidobacteria in gnotobiotic rats
888
Fructans: beneficial for plants and humans
889
Fructated Protein Is More Resistant to ATP-Dependent Proteolysis than Glucated Protein Possibly as a Result of Higher Content of Maillard Fluorophores
890
Fructation Induces Hemin Degradation in Methemoglobin
891
Fructokinase, Fructans, Intestinal Permeability, and Metabolic Syndrome: An Equine Connection?
892
Fructooligosaccharide raftilose reduces the mycophenolate mofetil-induced complications: Hematological and biochemical alterations
893
Fructooligosaccharides and fructans analysis in plants and food crops
894
Fructooligosaccharides and lactulose cause more symptoms in lactose maldigesters and subjects with pseudohypolactasia than in control lactose digesters
895
Fructooligosaccharides and β-fructofuranosidase production by Aspergillus japonicus immobilized on lignocellulosic materials
896
Fructooligosaccharides enhance mineral apparent absorption and counteract the deleterious effects of phytic acid on mineral homeostasis in rats
897
Fructo-oligosaccharides in table grapes and response to storage
898
Fructo-oligosaccharides production by the Gluconacetobacter diazotrophicus levansucrase expressed in the methylotrophic yeast Pichia pastoris
899
Fructooligosaccharides synthesis by highly stable immobilized β-fructofuranosidase from Aspergillus aculeatus
900
Fructosamine measurements in a type 1 adolescent diabetic population
901
Fructose — Induced hypertension is dependent on thromboxane synthesis
902
Fructose 6-phosphate aldolase and 1-deoxy-d-xylulose 5-phosphate synthase from Escherichia coli as tools in enzymatic synthesis of 1-deoxysugars
903
Fructose and glucose differentially affect aging and carbonyl/oxidative stress parameters in Saccharomyces cerevisiae cells Original Research Article
904
Fructose and non-fructose sugar intakes in the US population and their associations with indicators of metabolic syndrome
905
Fructose and related phosphate derivatives impose DNA damage and apoptosis in L5178Y mouse lymphoma cells
906
Fructose and Tagatose Protect Against Oxidative Cell Injury by Iron Chelation
907
Fructose biosensor based on D-fructose dehydrogenase immobilised on a ferrocene-embedded cellulose acetate membrane
908
Fructose biosensor based on d-fructose dehydrogenase immobilised on a ferrocene-embedded cellulose acetate membrane Original Research Article
909
Fructose consumption as a risk factor for non-alcoholic fatty liver disease
910
Fructose consumption enhances glucocorticoid action in rat visceral adipose tissue
911
Fructose decomposition kinetics in organic acids-enriched high temperature liquid water
912
Fructose during pregnancy affects maternal and fetal leptin signaling
913
Fructose feeding in rats is not associated with sodium retention
914
Fructose is the most uptaken sugar for (-)-carvone biosynthesis in Mentha spicata L.
915
Fructose metabolism of the purple non-sulfur bacterium Rhodospirillum rubrum: Effect of carbon dioxide on growth, and production of bacteriochlorophyll and organic acids
916
Fructose triggers DNA modification and damage in an Escherichia coli plasmid
917
Fructose-1,6-bisphosphatase in Stage VI Frog Oocytes: Evidence for an Active Enzyme in Vivo
918
Fructose-2,6-bisphosphate counteracts guanidinium chloride-, thermal-, and ATP-induced dissociation of skeletal muscle key glycolytic enzyme 6-phosphofructo-1-kinase: A structural mechanism for PFK allosteric regulation
919
Fructose-conditioned flavor preferences in male and female rats: effects of sweet taste and sugar concentration
920
Fructose-derived ionic liquids: recyclable homogeneous supports
921
Fructose-enriched diet modifies antioxidant status and lipid metabolism in spontaneously hypertensive rats
922
Fructose-fused γ-butyrolactones and lactams, synthesis and biological evaluation as GABA receptor ligands
923
Fructose-grafted amylose and amylopectin
924
Fructose-mediated stress signaling in the liver: implications for hepatic insulin resistance
925
Fructose-selective calorimetric biosensor in flow injection analysis Original Research Article
926
Fructus Schisandrae (Wuweizi) containing compound in modulating human lymphatic system – a Phase I minimization clinical trial
927
Fructus schisandrae (Wuweizi)-containing compound inhibits secretion of HBsAg and HBeAg in hepatocellular carcinoma cell line
928
Frugal conservation: What does it take to detect changes in fish populations?
929
Frugal, acyclic and star colourings of graphs Original Research Article
930
Frugivores and seed dispersal (1985–2010); the ‘seeds’ dispersed, established and matured
931
Frugivory and seed dispersal by hornbills (Bucerotidae) in tropical forests
932
Frugivory and the effects of ingestion by bats on the seed germination of three pioneering plants
933
Frugivory by phyllostomid bats (Mammalia: Chiroptera) in a restored area in Southeast Brazil
934
Frugivory by the fish Brycon hilarii (Characidae) in western Brazil
935
Frugivory, seed dispersal and plant community ecology
936
Fruit allergy: plant defence proteins as novel potential panallergens
937
FRUIT ANATOMY OF THE GENUS BUPLEURUM L. (APIACEAE) IN IRAN
938
Fruit and vegetable consumption among adults in Namibia: analysis of a nationally representative population
939
Fruit and Vegetable Consumption among Community Dwelling Elderly in an Iranian Population
940
Fruit and Vegetable Consumption and Diabetes Mellitus Incidence among U.S. Adults
941
Fruit and Vegetable Consumption and Risk of Cholecystectomy in Women
942
Fruit and vegetable consumption and stroke
943
Fruit and vegetable consumption and stroke
944
Fruit and vegetable consumption and stroke – Authorsʹ reply
945
Fruit and vegetable consumption and stroke: meta-analysis of cohort studies
946
Fruit and vegetable consumption in children and their mothers. Moderating effects of child sensory sensitivity
947
Fruit and vegetable consumption is inversely associated with blood pressure in a Mediterranean population with a high vegetable-fat intake: the Seguimiento Universidad de Navarra (SUN) Study
948
Fruit and vegetable environment, policy, and pricing workshop: Introduction to the conference proceedings
949
Fruit and Vegetable Intake and Bone Mineral Density in Residents of Villages Surrounding Tehran
950
Fruit and vegetable intake and risk of upper respiratory tract infection in pregnant women
951
Fruit and Vegetable Intake Correlates During the Transition to Young Adulthood Original Research Article
952
Fruit and Vegetable Intake in African Americans: Income and Store Characteristics Original Research Article
953
Fruit and vegetable intake in Austrian adults: intake frequency, serving sizes, reasons for and barriers to consumption, and potential for increasing consumption
954
Fruit and Vegetable Intake: Benefits and Progress of Nutrition Education Interventions- Narrative Review Article
955
Fruit and vegetable intake: Few adolescent girls meet national guidelines
956
Fruit and Vegetable Intakes among Elementary Schoolsʹʹ Pupils: Using Five-A-Day Educational Program
957
Fruit and Vegetable Juices and Alzheimer’s Disease: The Kame Project
958
Fruit calcium concentration and chilling injury during low temperature storage of pineapple
959
Fruit consumption of boys (8–11 years) is related to preferences for sour taste
960
Fruit contact pressure distributions-equipment
961
Fruit extracts and ruthenium polypyridinic dyes for sensitization of TiO2 in photoelectrochemical solar cells
962
Fruit flies like a banana: historicity and the rhizome
963
Fruit Fly Family Fun
964
Fruit for dessert. How people compose healthier meals
965
Fruit improvement using intragenesis and artificial microRNA
966
Fruit initiation in Helleborus niger L. triggers chloroplast formation and photosynthesis in the perianth
967
Fruit juice concentration by membranes: effect of rheological properties on concentration polarization phenomena Original Research Article
968
Fruit juice consumption modulates antioxidative status, immune status and DNA damage
969
Fruit Morphological Changes during Pit Hardening in Autochthonous Istrian Olive (Olea europaea L.) Cultivars
970
Fruit of the same tree: A response to Kedem-Tahar and Kellermannʹs comparison of psychodrama and drama therapy
971
Fruit pectins – A suitable tool for screening gelling properties using infrared spectroscopy
972
Fruit Physicochemical and Antioxidant Analysis of Mango Cultivars under Subtropical Conditions of Brazil
973
Fruit pit obstruction leading to the diagnosis of Crohn’s disease
974
Fruit polymorphism in ephemeral species of Namaqualand: III. Germination differences between the polymorphic diaspores
975
Fruit polymorphism in ephemeral species of Namaqualand: IV. Growth analyses of plants cultivated from the dimorphic diaspores
976
Fruit polymorphism in ephemeral species of Namaqualand: VII. Diaspore production of plants cultivated from dimorphic diaspores
977
Fruit processing residues as an alternative fuel for drying in Northern Thailand
978
Fruit production and predispersal seed fall and predation in Rhamnus alaternus (Rhamnaceae)
979
Fruit quality and bioactive compounds relevant to human health of sweet cherry (Prunus avium L.) cultivars grown in Italy
980
Fruit quality and production of cactus pear (Opuntiaspp.) fruit clones selected for increased frost hardiness
981
Fruit Quality and Yield of Tomato as Influenced by Rain Shelters and Deficit Irrigation
982
Fruit removal of an invasive exotic species (Ligustrum lucidum) in a fragmented landscape
983
Fruit responses to postharvest heat treatment time: characterisation of heat-treated strawberry (Fragaria x ananassa) cv. ‘Candonga’ fruits
984
Fruit ripeness monitoring using an Electronic Nose
985
Fruit ripening mutants yield insights into ripening control
986
Fruit Set and Yield of Apricot Cultivars under Subtropical Climate Conditions of Hatay, Turkey
987
Fruit spoilage and ochratoxin a production by Aspergillus carbonarius in the berries of different grape cultivars
988
Fruit spot of sweet lime ( Citrus limetta ) caused by Septoria sp. in Peru
989
Fruit sugar-based deep eutectic solvents and their physical properties
990
Fruit tree and vine sprayer calibration based on canopy size and length of row: unit canopy row method
991
Fruit Volatiles, Quality, and Yield of Watermelon as Affected by Grafting
992
FRUIT YIELD AND QUALITY OF DRIP-IRRIGATED TOMATO UNDER DEFICIT IRRIGATION
993
Fruit yield and quality of Santa Teresa lemon on seven rootstocks in Adana (Turkey)
994
Fruit, salad and reduced mortality
995
Fruit, vegetable, and dietary antioxidant intake and age-related cataract risk: A case-control study
996
FRUIT, VEGETABLES AND PREVENTION OF COGNITIVE DECLINE OR DEMENTIA: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW OF COHORT STUDIES
997
Fruit, vegetables, and the prevention of cancer: Research challenges
998
FRUIT: An operational tool for multisphere neutron spectrometry in workplaces
999
FRUIT: An operational tool for multisphere neutron spectrometry in workplaces
1000
Fruit-feeding butterfly communities as indicators of forest restoration in an Afro-tropical rainforest
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