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Documento de trabajo: Reflexiones acerca de la ley Jan Consejo Federal Asesor de Ciencia y Tecnologia, (). Documento de trabajo. Slapton Ley is a freshwater coastal lagoon in SW England. Subsidiado por CA+ID (UNL) 12/C; SECTEI- Ley; INTA PNECO Long-term soil organic carbon changes in cereal and ley rotations: model testing Subsidiado por CA+ID (UNL) 12/C; SECTEI- Ley;.

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Pey de Paco Matallana, C. Odds Ratio OR pey el modelo multivariable controlado por los factores confundidores: LeyWilly Rocket scientist, writer, born in Berlin, Germany. Fled to the USA, and became a science writer, including science fiction and film scripts Federal Register, Charles LeyD.

Respondentof Kihei, Hawaii. Order to Show Cause at 1. The Lej, which also sought O, be, and it hereby is, dismissed. Timothy LeyM. Timothy Ley talks 223877 how repurposing of existing drugs based on better understanding of the genetic basis of acute myeloid leukemia AML can help patients receive personalized care. Legacy effects of nitrogen and phosphorus in a eutrophic lake catchment: Slapton LeySW England.

Slapton Ley is a freshwater coastal lagoon in SW England. The Ley is part of a National Nature Reserve, which is divided into two basins: In the s it became apparent that the Lower Ley was becoming increasingly eutrophic. In order to gauge water, sediment and nutrient inputs into the lake, measurements began on the main catchments in Continuous monitoring of discharge and a weekly water-sampling programme have been maintained by the Slapton Ley Field Centre ever since.

The monitoring programme has been supplemented by a number of research projects which have ldy to identify the salient hydrological processes operating within the Slapton catchments and to relate these to the delivery of sediment and solute to the stream system.

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Long-term monitoring data are also available for the catchment area including the lake from the Environment Agency. The nitrate issue has been of particular interest at Slapton; although many longer series exist for large river basins like the Thames, the long record of nitrate data for the Slapton catchments is unique in Britain for a small rural basin.

Recent declines in nitrate concentration may reflect less intensive agricultural activity, lower fertiliser inputs in particular, but there may also be a legacy effect in the shallow groundwater system. Phosphorus concentrations in stream and lake water have also shown declining concentrations but a phosphorus legacy in the surficial lake sediments means that algal blooms continue to develop in most summers, as indicated by a continued rise in summer pH levels.

Further field observation at the sediment-water interface is needed to better understand the biogeochemical drivers and the balance between N and P limitation in the lake. Successful management of the Nature Reserve requires better understanding of the links between hydrological and biogeochemical processes operating. Monitoring is the process by which we keep the behaviour of the environment in view, an essential way of discovering whether there are significant undesirable changes taking place.

Long-term datasets reveal important patterns for scientists to explain and are essential for testing hypotheses undreamt of at the time monitoring scheme was set up. Many environmental processes take place over relatively long periods of time; very often, subtle processes are embedded within highly variable systems so that their weak signal cannot be extracted without a long record.

The Ley is part of a National Nature Reserve, wetland ha in area which is divided into two basins: In the s it became apparent that the Ley was becoming increasingly eutrophic.

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In order to gauge water, sediment and nutrient inputs into the lake, measurements began on the main catchments in late The nitrate issue has been of particular interest at Slapton; although many longer series exist for large rivers like the Thames, the long record of nitrate data for the Slapton catchments is unique in Britain for small rural basins.

Other issues to be explored will be the phosphorus legacy in lake sediments and a long-term decline in lake pH. The Slapton water quality record has confirmed that undesirable changes are taking place, revealed evidence of important patterns to be explained, allowed testing of new hypotheses e. Long-term soil organic carbon changes in cereal and ley rotations: Reliable modeling of soil organic carbon SOC dynamics in agroecosystems is crucial to define mitigation strategies related to crop management on the farm scale as well as the regional scale.


However, lower tier methods are used to estimate SOC changes on cropland in most country 223877. The application of mechanistic models in national greenhouse gas inventory estimation requires proper model testing against measurements in order to verify the estimated emissions.

Few long-term field experiments measuring SOC stock changes have been conducted in Norway. The site is located in south-eastern Norway, on the boarder of the boreal and temperate 223877 zone, where the majority of the country’s grain production occurs.

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The field trial consisted of four rotations: The annual external leyy factor of the decomposition rate was calculated based on daily minimum and maximum temperature, precipitation, relative humidity, wind speed, and net radiation, and adjusted for soil type and crop management according to default ICBM calibration.

We present results of simulated C changes for the long term plots and explore options to improve parameter calibration. Finally, we provide suggestions for how problems regarding model verification can be handled with when applying the model on a national scale for inventory reporting.

Estudio del CH interestelar. Sunspots and the Newcomb-Benford Law. Manchas Solares y la Ley de Newcomb-Benford.

Manchas Solares e a Lei de Newcomb-Benford. The Newcomb-Benford’s Law LNB of first digits is introduced to high school students in an extracurricular activity through the study of sunspots. The LNB establishes that the first digits of various sets of data describing natural occurrences are not distributed uniformly, but according to a logarithmic distribution of probability.

The LNB is counter-intuitive and is a good example of how mathematics applied to the study of natural phenomena can provide surprising and unexpected results serving also as a motivating agent in the study of physical sciences.

Se observaron decrementos de publicidad en exteriores Structural organization of the porcine and human genes coding for a leydig cell-specific insulin-like peptide LEY I-L and chromosomal localization of the human gene INSL3.

The authors report here the cloning and nucleotide sequence of porcine and human LEY I-L genes including the 5[prime] regions. Both genes consist of two exons and one intron. The transcription start site in the porcine and human LEY I-L gene is localized 13 and 14 bp upstream of the translation start site, respectively. By in situ hybridization, the human gene was assigned to bands p SoilBioHedge, harnessing hedgerow soil biodiversity for restoration of arable soil quality and resilience to climatic extremes and land use changes: The impacts of arable to ley conversion on soil hydrological properties.

Modern agricultural practices pose a significant threat to soil security. Continuous conventional cultivation has been observed to deplete soil organic matter, degrade soil structure, reduce water drainage and water holding capacity, increase nitrate leaching, damage the ecosystem engineer earthworm and mycorrhiza populations and increase the susceptibility of soil and crops to the impacts of climatic stress through decreased resilience to flood and drought conditions.

The SoilBioHedge project aims to determine the effectiveness of using grass-clover leys linking hedgerows to arable fields in restoring functional biodiversity, soil quality and resilience to drought and excess rainfall in arable farming. Paired 70m long ley strips have been inserted in to 4 fields. Within each field one ley is connected to the margin while in the other a small 1m fallow area and a steel mesh barrier inserted to bedrock is being used to disconnect the ley and margin and prevent macrofaunal movement from the margin to the ley.

As part of the SoilBioHedge project we are undertaking a range of analyses to establish the impacts of arable to ley conversion on key hydrological properties of agricultural soils.

Soil moisture is being continuously monitored at three depths at 48 separate locations, in addition monthly manual measurements are being taken 23877 locations. Arable-to- ley conversion is expected to increase soil macrofaunal activity especially in locations closer to hedgerows, enhancing macropore development.

Therefore the proportion of water percolating into macropores, mesopores and micropores is being measured using tension infiltrometers which also allow the calculation of saturated hydraulic conductivity. Soil cores have been extracted to examine impacts on bulk and particle density and subsequently porosity, with hydraulic conductivity being measured using a lab permeameter. Here we present the results of these analyses over the first 24 months lry the project.


Enhanced biomethane production rate and yield from lignocellulosic ensiled forage ley by in situ anaerobic digestion treatment with 28377 cellulolytic enzymes. Enzymatic treatment of lignocellulosic material for increased biogas production has so far focused on pretreatment methods. However, often combinations of enzymes and different physicochemical treatments are necessary to achieve a desired 2387. This need for additional energy and chemicals compromises the rationale of using enzymes for low energy treatment to promote biogas production.

Therefore, simpler and less energy intensive in situ anaerobic digester treatment with enzymes is desirable. However, investigations in which exogenous enzymes are added to treat the material in situ have shown mixed success, possibly because the enzymes used originated lfy organisms not evolutionarily adapted to the environment of anaerobic digesters. In this study, to examine the effect of enzymes endogenous to methanogenic microbial communities, cellulolytic enzymes were instead overproduced and le from a dedicated methanogenic microbial community.

By this approach, a solution with very high endogenous microbial cellulolytic activity was produced and tested for the effect on biogas production from lignocellulose by in situ anaerobic digester treatment.

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Addition of enzymes, endogenous to the environment of a mixed methanogenic microbial community, to the anaerobic digestion of ensiled forage ley resulted in significantly increased rate and yield of biomethane production. The enzyme solution had an instant effect on more readily available cellulosic material. More importantly, the induced enzyme solution also affected the biogas production rate from less accessible cellulosic material in a second slower phase of lignocellulose digestion.

Notably, this effect was maintained throughout the experiment to completely digested lignocellulosic substrate. The induced enzyme solution collected from a microbial methanogenic community contained enzymes that were apparently active and stable in the environment of anaerobic digestion.

The enzymatic activity had a profound effect on the.

The Med Ley Study. Evidence from a limited number of randomised controlled intervention trials RCTs have shown that a Mediterranean dietary pattern may reduce the risk of cognitive decline and enhance cognitive function among healthy older adults. However, there are currently no data in non-Mediterranean older adult populations. The present study aimed to address this gap by examining the effect of a Mediterranean dietary pattern MedDiet for six months on aspects of cognitive function in a randomised controlled intervention trial the Med Ley study that extended for a duration of 18 months.

In the final analysed cohort, a total of men and women mean age of In multivariable-adjusted models, the MedDiet group did not perform significantly better than the HabDiet control group for executive functioning adjusted mean differences: In conclusion, this study did not find evidence of a beneficial effect of a MedDiet intervention on cognitive function among healthy older adults. A randomised controlled intervention trial evaluating the efficacy of a Mediterranean dietary pattern on cognitive function and psychological wellbeing in healthy older adults: The incidence of age-related cognitive decline is rising considerably around the world.

There is evidence from a number of recent cross-sectional and prospective studies indicating positive associations between the Mediterranean dietary pattern MedDiet and improved cognitive outcomes among the elderly including, reduced age-related cognitive decline and enhanced age-related cognitive performance.

The main aim of the present study is to provide justified evidence regarding the efficacy of a MedDiet approach to safely reduce the onset of cognitive decline, and promote optimal cognitive performance among healthy older adults using rigorous, randomised intervention methodology. Med Ley is a 6-month, randomised controlled 2-cohort parallel group intervention trial, with initial assessment at baseline and repeated every three months.

A sample of healthy Australian men and women aged 65 years and above, with normal cognitive function and proficient in English language were recruited from metropolitan Adelaide, South Australia for the study.