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Rediscovery of the Elements: Germanium

Rediscovery of the Elements: Germanium

Date: Summer 2001
Creator: Marshall, James L., 1940- & Marshall, Virginia R.
Description: Article recounting the history of the element Germanium, including background material on mining in Germany and the isolation of Germanium by Clemens A. Winkler. Tourist information is provided regarding Winkler's laboratory and mines open to the public as museums.
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Rediscovery of the Elements: Riddarhyttan, Sweden

Rediscovery of the Elements: Riddarhyttan, Sweden

Date: Spring 2003
Creator: Marshall, James L., 1940- & Marshall, Virginia R.
Description: Article describing the authors' tour through Riddarhyttan, Sweden, to visit the areas where cerium and cobalt were discovered. Maps and photographs of pertinent locations are located as well as a history of the area and the elements discovered there.
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Cardiac and metabolic physiology of early larval zebrafish (Danio rerio) reflects parental swimming stamina

Cardiac and metabolic physiology of early larval zebrafish (Danio rerio) reflects parental swimming stamina

Date: February 24, 2012
Creator: Gore, Matthew & Burggren, Warren W.
Description: This article discusses cardiac and metabolic physiology of early larval zebrafish (Danio rerio) reflecting parental swimming stamina. Swimming stamina in adult fish is heritable, but it is unknown if inherited traits that support enhanced swimming stamina in offspring appear only in juveniles and/or adults, or if these traits actually appear earlier in the morphologically quite different larvae.
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Role of Hypoxia in the Evolution and Development of the Cardiovascular System

Role of Hypoxia in the Evolution and Development of the Cardiovascular System

Date: 2007
Creator: Fisher, Steven A. & Burggren, Warren W.
Description: Article on the role of hypoxia in the evolution and development of the cardiovascular system.
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Use of prior odds for missing persons identifications

Use of prior odds for missing persons identifications

Date: June 27, 2011
Creator: Budowle, Bruce; Ge, Jianye; Chakraborty, Ranajit & Gill-King, Harrell
Description: This article discusses the use of DNA typing, likelihood ratios, and prior odds for missing persons identifications.
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Using GIS technology to identify areas of tuberculosis transmission and incidence

Using GIS technology to identify areas of tuberculosis transmission and incidence

Date: October 13, 2004
Creator: Moonan, Patrick K.; Bayona, Manuel; Quitugua, Teresa N.; Oppong, Joseph R.; Dunbar, Denise; Jost, Kenneth C. et al.
Description: This article discusses using GIS technology to identify areas of tuberculosis transmission and incidence.
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Computational criteria for establishing reflex from plasticity to hardwiring

Computational criteria for establishing reflex from plasticity to hardwiring

Date: July 20, 2010
Creator: Tam, Nicoladie D.
Description: This article accompanies a poster presentation on computational criteria for establishing reflex from plasticity to hardwiring. The role of synaptic plasticity in associative learning has been explored extensively computationally. Yet, the computational mechanism for hardwiring of the neural circuit has only been addressed recently using a systems approach of whole-animal behavior based on an evolutionary process for survival. In this paper, the authors will explore the computational criteria needed to establish the hardwiring of reflex.
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Theoretical derivation of EMOTION-I model for emotional feel of sensation

Theoretical derivation of EMOTION-I model for emotional feel of sensation

Date: July 11, 2008
Creator: Tam, Nicoladie D.
Description: This article accompanies a poster presentation on the theoretical derivation of EMOTION-I model for emotional feel of sensation. The first of a series of emotional models called "Emotional Model of The Theoretical Interpretation Of Neuro-processing" (EMOTION-I) is derived theoretically to address the origin of emotions in evolutionary process. It is based on first principles without any 'a priori' assumptions about what emotions are and what they are used for. The model is derived based on the necessary principles essential for the survival of an autonomous system (either an organism or an autonomous robot) when interacting with the real-world environment.
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Gender difference of emotional bias in sharing love

Gender difference of emotional bias in sharing love

Date: July 18, 2011
Creator: Tam, Nicoladie D.
Description: This article accompanies a poster presentation on the gender difference of emotional bias in sharing love. Having developed a computational model for emotional response (Emotional-Gain Model) and a model for fairness (Fairness-Equity Model) that quantified emotional bias and fairness bias, the authors will address the gender difference between the perception of love. The authors employed the experimental paradigm called "ultimatum game" to elicit emotional responses to the sharing of love and money.
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Quantification of emotional bias by an Emotional-Gain Model

Quantification of emotional bias by an Emotional-Gain Model

Date: July 18, 2011
Creator: Tam, Nicoladie D.
Description: This article accompanies a poster presentation on the quantification of emotional bias by an Emotional-Gain model. The authors have developed a computational model that quantifies emotion objectively based on neurobiological mechanisms that increases the chance of survival in the real world. This model is based on the EMOTION-I and EMOTION-II models with the extension of proportionality hypothesis added to the desirable gain signal to these models.
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