1. Evolutionary adaptation to thermosensation

    Current Opinion in Neurobiology 34:67 (2015)

    • We describe tuning of temperature receptors in cold-blooded and warm-blooded animals. • Somatosensory system interacts with the environment to support survival. ...
  2. Evolutionary adaptation to thermosensation

    Current Opinion in Neurobiology 34:67 (2015)

    • We describe tuning of temperature receptors in cold-blooded and warm-blooded animals. • Somatosensory system interacts with the environment to support survival. ...
  3. Evolutionary adaptation to thermosensation

    Current Opinion in Neurobiology 34:67 (2015)

    • We describe tuning of temperature receptors in cold-blooded and warm-blooded animals. • Somatosensory system interacts with the environment to support survival. ...
  4. Survey of anisakids in commercial teleosts from the western Mediterranean Sea: Infection rates and possible effects of environmental and ecological factors

    Food Control 55:12 (2015)

    This study aims to investigate the occurrence of Anisakidae larvae in fishes of commercial value and largely used for human consumption, from the Spanish Mediterranean coasts. The influence of environmental (geographical location, depth, temperature and salinity of the fishing grounds)...
  5. Analysis of the hydrographic conditions and cyst beds in the San Jorge Gulf, Argentina, that favor dinoflagellate population development including toxigenic species and their toxins

    Journal of Marine Systems 148:86 (2015)

    The overlay of cooler nutrient enriched Beagle–Magellan water with warmer nutrient depleted shelf water and a strong stratification of the water column in the San Jorge Gulf region, Argentina, coincided with relatively high dinoflagellate abundances in April 2012, up to 34,000cellsL−1....
  6. Analysis of the hydrographic conditions and cyst beds in the San Jorge Gulf, Argentina, that favor dinoflagellate population development including toxigenic species and their toxins

    Journal of Marine Systems 148:86 (2015)

    The overlay of cooler nutrient enriched Beagle–Magellan water with warmer nutrient depleted shelf water and a strong stratification of the water column in the San Jorge Gulf region, Argentina, coincided with relatively high dinoflagellate abundances in April 2012, up to 34,000cellsL−1....
  7. Use of encapsulated zinc particles in a eutectic chloride salt to enhance thermal energy storage capacity for concentrated solar power

    Renewable Energy 80:508 (2015)

    Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) is considered as a viable large-scale renewable energy source to produce electricity. However, current costs to produce electricity from CSP are not cost competitive as compared to the traditional energy generation technologies based on fossil fuels and n...
  8. Analysis of the hydrographic conditions and cyst beds in the San Jorge Gulf, Argentina, that favor dinoflagellate population development including toxigenic species and their toxins

    Journal of Marine Systems 148:86 (2015)

    The overlay of cooler nutrient enriched Beagle–Magellan water with warmer nutrient depleted shelf water and a strong stratification of the water column in the San Jorge Gulf region, Argentina, coincided with relatively high dinoflagellate abundances in April 2012, up to 34,000cellsL−1....
  9. Improved evaporative light scattering detection for carbohydrate analysis

    Food Chemistry 180:265 (2015)

    • Optimization of ELS detection by RSM for the analysis of carbohydrates. • ELSD–HPSEC analysis of a wide molecular range of carbohydrates. ...
  10. Quality and chemical profiles of monovarietal north Moroccan olive oils from “Picholine Marocaine” cultivar: Registration database development and geographical discrimination

    Food Chemistry 179:127 (2015)

    • First comprehensive characterisation of monovarietal north Moroccan olive oils. • Geo-location of olive growing areas with some peculiarities with GIS (ArcGIS). ...
  11. Quality and chemical profiles of monovarietal north Moroccan olive oils from "Picholine Marocaine" cultivar: Registration database development and geographical discrimination.

    Food Chemistry 179:127 (2015) PMID 25722147

    Current knowledge of the quality and composition of Moroccan olive oil is still incomplete and no consistent database compiling its properties is available. This study was carried out to achieve a comprehensive characterisation of north Moroccan olive oils. Thus, 279 olive samples of "Picholine ...
  12. Impact of enzyme stabilizers on the characteristics of biomodules for bioluminescent biosensors

    Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 213:244 (2015)

    • The biomodule of an enzyme-based bioluminescent biosensor has been developed. • Activity and stability of biomodule was increased by adding of enzymes’ stabilize...
  13. Cognitive abilities, digital games and arithmetic performance enhancement: A study comparing the effects of a math game and paper exercises

    Computers & Education 85:123 (2015)

    Besides entertainment, games have shown to have the potential to impact a broader variety of cognitive abilities. Research has consistently shown that several aspects in cognition such as visual short-memory, multitasking and spatial skills can be enhanced by game play. In a previous s...
  14. Hydrocarbon degrading microbial communities in bench scale aerobic biobarriers for gasoline contaminated groundwater treatment

    Chemosphere 130:34 (2015)

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  15. Facets of the NEO-PI-R and smoking cessation

    Personality and Individual Differences 80:41 (2015)

    • Self-discipline is positively associated with abstinence at the end of treatment. • High score on Modesty predicts continuous abstinence a year later. ...
  16. Presence of mycotoxins in animal milk: A review

    Food Control 53:163 (2015)

    Mycotoxins can cause toxicity when ingested by humans and animals. Although the rumen is supposed to be a barrier against mycotoxins, some studies demonstrate that carry-over of mycotoxins to milk is possible. Different studies have found mycotoxin levels in animal milk, mainly related...
  17. Enzyme immunoassay and proteomic characterization of troponin I as a marker of mammalian muscle compounds in raw meat and some meat products

    Meat Science 105:46 (2015)

    The skeletal muscle protein troponin I (TnI) has been characterized as a potential thermally stable and species-specific biomarker of mammalian muscle tissues in raw meat and meat products. This study proposed a technique for the quantification of TnI comprising protein extraction and ...
  18. Stabilization with target oriented control for higher order difference equations

    Physics Letters A 379(16-17):1102 (2015)

    For a physical or biological model whose dynamics is described by a higher order difference equation un+1=f(un,un−1,…,un−k+1), we propose a version of a target oriented control un+1=cT+(1−c)f(un,un−1,…,un−k+1), with T≥0, c∈[0,1). In ecological systems, the method incorporates harvestin...
  19. Ecophysiological basis of wood formation in ponderosa pine: Linking water flux patterns with wood microdensity variables

    Forest Ecology and Management 346:31 (2015)

    • Microdensity profiles were performed in trees with sapflow density data. • Wood and sapflow density were studied in two different silvicultural treatments. ...
  20. Extraction and structural characteristics of pectic polysaccharides from Abies sibirica L

    Carbohydrate Polymers 123:228 (2015)

    • Acid-, water- and alkali-extracted pectins were isolated from Abies sibirica L. • Structure of alkali-extracted pectin from Abies sibirica was characterized by N...