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Lupin used as winter cover crop boosts summer sorghum yield

Phys Dot Org 27 Jun 2022
The study focused on how lupin can serve as a winter cover crop and how it can affect subsequent high-biomass sorghum and cotton yields ... The study was published in Agronomy Journal ... As the crops grew in real time, the research team recorded observations over the course of the five-year study ... 10.1002/agj2.21018 Journal information. Agronomy Journal.
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Researchers find deadly fungus can multiply by having sex, which could produce more drug-resistant, virulent strains

Phys Dot Org 27 Jun 2022
For the study, recently published online in Computation and Structural Biotechnology Journal, researchers analyzed nearly 1,300 strains available on a public database of C ... "This study is about sex and the implication of sex to organisms is often very broad ... 10.1016/j.csbj.2022.06.030 Journal information.
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SERVICE AND EXPERIENCE: Beauty to the Rescue (cont’d)—Physical attractiveness and service experience implications

B & FT Online 27 Jun 2022
A study reported of in a 1977 edition of the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology found that even over the telephone, the effects of beauty were still profound ... An interesting study that was reported in the August 2015 edition of the Journal of Consumer Research found that ...
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Observing different mating tactics in the Japanese scorpionfly

Phys Dot Org 27 Jun 2022
Ryo Ishihara (who is affiliated to the School of Agriculture and a recipient of the Special Educational and Research Fellowship) and Professor Takahisa Miyatake (from the Faculty of Environmental and Life Science) of Okayama University, Japan, published a study in the Journal of Ethology on 15 June 2022.
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People who are born with money are MORE sensitive to the plight of the poor ...

The Daily Mail 27 Jun 2022
But a new study suggests that people who have gone from 'rags to riches' are less likely to sympathise with the struggles of poverty than those who have always had money ... The team carried out five different studies as part of their research ... The study was published in the journal Social Psychological and Personality Science ... journals.sagepub...
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Covid Vaccines and Fertility

Sott 27 Jun 2022
... or female fertility? An Israeli study recently published in the scientific journal Andrology seemed to have found a 15% decrease in sperm concentration three months after mRNA covid vaccination.
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Long-term liquid water also on non-Earth-like planets?

Phys Dot Org 27 Jun 2022
Researchers of the University of Bern and the University of Zurich, who are members of the National Centre of Competence in Research (NCCR) PlanetS, report in a study published in the journal Nature Astronomy, that favorable conditions might even occur for billions of years on planets that barely resemble our home planet at all.
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Women's heart attacks differ from men's, this gene may be why - study

The Jerusalem Post 27 Jun 2022
Heart attacks and heart disease in women are often overlooked by medical workers, and while the reasons behind this have often been debated, a newly identified gene may have the answer, according to a new study. The findings, published in the peer-reviewed academic journal American Heart Journal Plus ... The study.
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Glycerol phosphate serves as a terminator of glycan elongation in cancer malignancy

Phys Dot Org 27 Jun 2022
In this recent study published in the International Journal of Molecular Sciences, the researchers have shown that GroP modification is enhanced in cancer tissues ... Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission.
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Abortion ban: one more obstacle faced by US servicewomen

Manila Standard 27 Jun 2022
And nearly one-quarter have been victims of military sexual trauma, according to a 2018 study by the journal Trauma, Violence & Abuse ... According to a study published in 2020 by the journal Military Medicine, women, especially those serving in the navy, are typically reprimanded ...
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Intermittent fasting may help heal nerve damage, new study finds

Independent online (SA) 27 Jun 2022
Intermittent fasting helps change the activity of gut bacteria and increases the ability to recover from nerve damage, according to a study conducted in mice ... The study, published in the journal Nature, assessed nerve regeneration of mice where the sciatic nerve - the longest nerve running from the spine down the leg - was crushed.
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Tiny lab on a chip analyzes very small volumes of liquid

Phys Dot Org 27 Jun 2022
Lab-on-a-chip technology is an exciting area of research ... The study is published in the Journal of Physics ... Kazunori Serita et al, I-design terahertz microfluidic chip for attomole-level sensing, Journal of Physics ... DOI ... Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission.
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Just 1 in 4 Patients Get Rehab After Heart Attack, Cardiac Surgery

Hibbing Daily Tribune 27 Jun 2022
The study, of more than 100,000 U.S ... Yet for years, studies have shown that few eligible patients actually enroll in cardiac rehab. The new study, published June 22 in the Journal of the American Heart Association, is no exception ... The study cannot show why the disparities were so stubborn, but there are likely many reasons, Magnani said.
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Air pollution increases risk of premature death by 20 per cent: Study

Deccan Chronicle 27 Jun 2022
Exposure to above average levels of outdoor air pollution increases the risk of premature death by 20 per cent, and mortality risk from cardiovascular disease by 17 per cent, according to a study ... All study participants were over age 40 and agreed to have their health monitored during annual visits with researchers dating as far back as 2004.
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Intermittent fasting may help heal nerve damage, change gut bacteria activity: Study

International Business Times 27 Jun 2022
Intermittent fasting helps change the activity of gut bacteria and increase their ability to recover from nerve damage, according to a study conducted in mice ... The study, published in the journal Nature, assessed nerve regeneration of mice where the sciatic nerve -- the longest nerve running from the spine down the leg -- was crushed.

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