Elucidating the behavior
One of the key unresolved issues in biology is the relationship between a limited number of genes and virtually unlimited behavioral and phenotypic complexity of organisms belonging to different phyla.
The catalysts’ surface properties: specific surface area, charge and adsorption capacitance at the solid–solution interface were characterized using BET analysis, potentiometric titration and electrochemical impedance spectroscopy, respectively.
Flies can communicate with one another about an anticipated danger, such as a parasitoid wasp, which is suggestive of a fly “language.” Interestingly, when wasp-exposed flies of one species are placed with a student of a different species, communication exists, to varying degrees, which seems dependent on evolutionary relatedness.
Cohabitation of two species that can partially communicate can learn each other’s “dialect”, yielding effective inter-species communication.
The electronic band structure of Ti O photocatalyst, as the key property for the solar-driven photocatalysis, was deduced from the thermodynamic data and the semiconducting parameters (type of semiconductivity, concentration of the charge carriers, flat band potential) obtained by Mott–Schottky analysis.
The photoactivity of both composites was studied in photocatalytic treatment of diclofenac (DCF) under simulated solar irradiation and was compared to the benchmark photocatalyst (Ti O, and composite formulation on the effectiveness of DCF removal and conversion was investigated and discussed by employing response surface modeling (RSM) approach.
Search for elucidating the behavior:
We examine anchor cell (AC) invasion into the vulval epithelium during C. Data from our laboratory has shown a functional link between G1 phase cell cycle arrest and the acquisition of an invasive phenotype. ed that the activity of a single conserved NR2E1 class nuclear hormone receptor, the transcription factor, nhr-67 (TLX), is required to maintain the invasive AC in G1 cell cycle arrest.