Bouts of physical irritability or movement alternating with periods of quiescence. It includes biochemical activity and hormonal activity which may be cellular. These cycles are shorter than 24 hours and include sleep-wakefulness cycles and the periodic activation of the digestive system.
The regular recurrence, in cycles of about 24 hours, of biological processes or activities, such as sensitivity to drugs and stimuli, hormone secretion, sleeping, and feeding.
The complex series of phenomena, occurring between the end of one CELL DIVISION and the end of the next, by which cellular material is duplicated and then divided between two daughter cells. The cell cycle includes INTERPHASE, which includes G0 PHASE; G1 PHASE; S PHASE; and G2 PHASE, and CELL DIVISION PHASE.

Neural changes after operant conditioning of the aerial respiratory behavior in Lymnaea stagnalis. (1/175)

In this study, we demonstrate neural changes that occurred during operant conditioning of the aerial respiratory behavior of Lymnaea stagnalis. Aerial respiration in Lymnaea occurs at the water interface and is achieved by opening and closing movements of its respiratory orifice, the pneumostome. This behavior is controlled by a central pattern generator (CPG), the neurons of which, as well as the motoneurons innervating the pneumostome, have previously been identified and their synaptic connections well characterized. The respiratory behavior was operantly conditioned by applying a mechanical stimulus to the open pneumostome whenever the animal attempted to breathe. This negative reinforcement to the open pneumostome resulted in its immediate closure and a significant reduction in the overall respiratory activity. Electrophysiological recordings from the isolated CNSs after operant conditioning showed that the spontaneous patterned respiratory activity of the CPG neurons was significantly reduced. This included reduced spontaneous activity of the CPG interneuron involved in pneumostome opening (input 3 interneuron) and a reduced frequency of spontaneous tonic activity of the CPG interneuron [right pedal dorsal 1 (RPeD1)]. The ability to trigger the patterned respiratory activity by electrical stimulation of RPeD1 was also significantly reduced after operant conditioning. This study therefore demonstrates significant changes within a CPG that are associated with changes in a rhythmic homeostatic behavior after operant conditioning.  (+info)

Scanning electron microscopy of the lateral cell surfaces of rat incisor ameloblasts. (2/175)

Dry dissected rat incisor ameloblasts studied in the scanning electron microscope show remarkable specializations of their lateral surfaces. Four or five cycles of a change from a surface with longitudinal gutterlike folds associated with large intercellular spaces, to one with microvilli and reduced intercellular spaces, are found along the length of the lower incisor maturation zone. It is argued that these changes indicate cyclical activity in maturation ameloblasts.  (+info)

Many LH peaks are needed to physiologically stimulate testosterone secretion: modulation by fasting and NPY. (3/175)

The pulsatile luteinizing hormone (LH) and testosterone secretions were studied during serial blood collections performed at 7-min time intervals in the male rat. In fed rats, a discontinuous pattern of LH secretion was observed. Periods without secretion alternated with active secretory episodes consisting in trains of three to four LH peaks that triggered testosterone secretion usually 1-2 h later. The magnitude of the testosterone response was not correlated with the amplitude of the LH peaks. Isolated, single peaks of LH did not evoke clear testosterone responses. Forty-eight hours after initiation of fasting, testosterone secretion was markedly decreased, but integrated LH secretion was only partly reduced. Chronic infusion of neuropeptide Y (NPY; 18 microgram/day, icv) reduced testosterone secretion to very low levels and abolished pulsatile LH secretion or testosterone response to isolated LH peaks. In conclusion, the stimulation of testosterone secretion by LH necessitates several LH peaks organized in a proper sequence, and the testosterone response is not immediate. Low testosterone secretion in fasting rats appears to result from disappearance of coordinated, multiple LH peaks of sufficient size. Inhibition of the gonadotropic axis achieved by central NPY administration is due to either absence of LH peak "clusters" or occurrence of nonfunctional single LH peaks.  (+info)

Activity patterns and synaptic organization of ventrally located interneurons in the embryonic chick spinal cord. (4/175)

To investigate the origin of spontaneous activity in developing spinal networks, we examined the activity patterns and synaptic organization of ventrally located lumbosacral interneurons, including those whose axons project into the ventrolateral funiculus (VLF), in embryonic day 9 (E9)-E12 chick embryos. During spontaneous episodes, rhythmic synaptic potentials were recorded from the VLF and from spinal interneurons that were synchronized, cycle by cycle, with rhythmic ventral root potentials. At the beginning of an episode, ventral root potentials started before the VLF discharge and the firing of individual interneurons. However, pharmacological blockade of recurrent motoneuron collaterals did not prevent or substantially delay interneuron recruitment during spontaneous episodes. The synaptic connections of interneurons were examined by stimulating the VLF and recording the potentials evoked in the ventral roots, in the VLF, or in individual interneurons. Low-intensity stimulation of the VLF evoked a short-latency depolarizing potential in the ventral roots, or in interneurons, that was probably mediated mono- or disynaptically. At higher intensities, long-latency responses were recruited in a highly nonlinear manner, eventually culminating in the activation of an episode. VLF-evoked potentials were reversibly blocked by extracellular Co2+, indicating that they were mediated by chemical synaptic transmission. Collectively, these findings indicate that ventral interneurons are rhythmically active, project to motoneurons, and are likely to be interconnected by recurrent excitatory synaptic connections. This pattern of organization may explain the synchronous activation of spinal neurons and the regenerative activation of spinal networks when provided with a suprathreshold stimulus.  (+info)

Lispro or regular insulin for multiple injection therapy in adolescence. Differences in free insulin and glucose levels overnight. (5/175)

OBJECTIVE: Regular insulin given with the evening meal could contribute to the risk of nocturnal hypoglycemia in adolescents with type 1 diabetes using a multiple injection regimen. To test this hypothesis, we compared glucodynamics and free insulin levels on two separate study nights. RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODS: A total of 14 adolescents were recruited. On both nights, identical doses of regular insulin or insulin lispro were administered 30 min or 10 min, respectively, before the evening meal, using a double-blind randomized crossover study design. Doses of NPH insulin and carbohydrate content of the evening meal and snack were kept identical. Blood samples were taken every 15 min for blood glucose and every 60 min for free insulin and ketones. RESULTS: After insulin lispro administration, glucose levels were significantly lower between the evening meal and the bedtime snack (analysis of variance [ANOVA] P = 0.02), and four hypoglycemic episodes were recorded. This corresponded to a higher (458 +/- 48 vs. 305 +/- 33 pmol/l, P = 0.02), earlier (64 +/- 4.6 vs. 103 +/- 12 min, P = 0.01), and shorter-lasting (245 +/- 21 vs. 365 +/- 39 min, P = 0.01) insulin peak in contrast to regular insulin. After the bedtime snack, glucose levels increased dramatically during the lispro night and stayed higher, up to 0300 in the morning (ANOVA P = 0.01), corresponding to lower mean insulin levels (146 +/- 20 vs. 184 +/- 27 pmol/l, P = 0.04). No differences were seen in glucose and insulin levels between 0300 and 0800. Four episodes of nocturnal hypoglycemia were documented after the bedtime snack during the regular insulin night, in contrast to one episode after insulin lispro. No differences in ketone levels were observed. CONCLUSIONS: The replacement of regular insulin with insulin lispro may reduce the risk of late hypoglycemia, but redistribution of the evening carbohydrate may be needed to ensure good metabolic control and prevent early postprandial hypoglycemia.  (+info)

Intracellular Ca(2+) oscillations in luteinizing hormone-releasing hormone neurons derived from the embryonic olfactory placode of the rhesus monkey. (6/175)

To understand the mechanism of pulsatile luteinizing hormone-releasing hormone (LHRH) release, we examined whether cultured LHRH neurons exhibit spontaneous intracellular Ca(2+) ([Ca(2+)](i)) signaling. The olfactory placode and the ventral migratory pathway of LHRH neurons from rhesus monkey embryos at embryonic ages 35-37 were dissected out and cultured on glass coverslips. Two to five weeks later, cultured cells were labeled with fura-2 and examined for [Ca(2+)](i) signaling by recording changes in [Ca(2+)](i) every 10 sec for 30-175 min. Cells were fixed and immunostained for LHRH and neuron-specific enolase. In 20 cultures, 572 LHRH-positive cells exhibited [Ca(2+)](i) oscillations at an interpulse interval (IPI) of 8.2 +/- 0.7 min and a duration of 88.8 +/- 2.9 sec. LHRH-negative neurons in culture exhibited only occasional [Ca(2+)](i) oscillations. In 17 of 20 cultures with LHRH-positive cells, [Ca(2+)](i) oscillations occurred synchronously in 50-100% of the individual cells, whereas [Ca(2+)](i) oscillations in cells in the remaining three cultures did not synchronize. Strikingly, in 12 of 17 cultures the synchronization of [Ca(2+)](i) oscillations repeatedly occurred in complete unison at 52.8 +/- 3.0 min intervals, which is similar to the period observed for LHRH release, whereas in 5 of 17 cultures the less tight synchronization of [Ca(2+)](i) oscillations repeatedly occurred at 23.4 +/- 4.6 min intervals. IPI of [Ca(2+)](i) oscillations in cells with tight synchronization and less tight synchronization did not differ from IPI in cells without synchronization. The results indicate that LHRH neurons derived from the monkey olfactory placode possess an endogenous mechanism for synchronization of [Ca(2+)](i) oscillations. Whether synchronization of [Ca(2+)](i) oscillations relates to neurosecretion remains to be investigated.  (+info)

Oscillatory behavior of a simple kinetic model for proteolysis during cell invasion. (7/175)

Extracellular proteolysis during cell invasion is thought to be tightly organized, both temporally and spatially. This work presents a simple kinetic model that describes the interactions between extracellular matrix (ECM) proteins, proteinases, proteolytic fragments, and integrins. Nonmonotonous behavior arises from enzyme de novo synthesis consecutive to integrin binding to fragments or entire proteins. The model has been simulated using realistic values for kinetic constants and protein concentrations, with fibronectin as the ECM protein. The simulations show damped oscillations of integrin-complex concentrations, indicating alternation of maximal adhesion periods with maximal mobility periods. Comparisons with experimental data from the literature confirm the similarity between this system behavior and cell invasion. The influences on the system of cryptic functions of ECM proteins, proteinase inhibitors, and soluble antiadhesive peptides were examined. The first critical parameter for oscillation is the discrepancy between integrin affinity for intact ECM proteins and the respective proteolytic fragments, thus emphasizing the importance of cryptic functions of ECM proteins in cell invasion. Another critical parameter is the ratio between proteinase and the initial ECM protein concentration. These results suggest new insights into the organization of the ECM degradation during cell invasion.  (+info)

Circadian rhythms in the suprachiasmatic nucleus are temperature-compensated and phase-shifted by heat pulses in vitro. (8/175)

Temperature compensation and the effects of heat pulses on rhythm phase were assessed in the suprachiasmatic nucleus (SCN). Circadian neuronal rhythms were recorded from the rat SCN at 37 and 31 degrees C in vitro. Rhythm period was 23.9 +/- 0.1 and 23.7 +/- 0.1 hr at 37 and 31 degrees C, respectively; the Q(10) for tau was 0.99. Heat pulses were administered at various circadian times (CTs) by increasing SCN temperature from 34 to 37 degrees C for 2 hr. Phase delays and advances were observed during early and late subjective night, respectively, and no phase shifts were obtained during midsubjective day. Maximum phase delays of 2.2 +/- 0.3 hr were obtained at CT 14, and maximum phase advances of 3.5 +/- 0.2 hr were obtained at CT 20. Phase delays were not blocked by a combination of NMDA [AP-5 (100 microM)] and non-NMDA [CNQX (10 microM)] receptor antagonists or by tetrodotoxin (TTX) at concentrations of 1 or 3 microM. The phase response curve for heat pulses is similar to ones obtained with light pulses for behavioral rhythms. These data demonstrate that circadian pacemaker period in the rat SCN is temperature-compensated over a physiological range of temperatures. Phase delays were not caused by activation of ionotropic glutamate receptors, release of other neurotransmitters, or temperature-dependent increases in metabolism associated with action potentials. Heat pulses may have phase-shifted rhythms by directly altering transcriptional or translational events in SCN pacemaker cells.  (+info)

Biological oscillations with an ultradian time scale of 1 to several hours include cycles in behavioral arousal, episodic glucocorticoid release, and gene expression. Ultradian rhythms are thought to have an extrinsic origin because of a perceived absence of ultradian rhythmicity in vitro and a lack of known molecular ultradian oscillators. We designed a novel, non-spectral-analysis method of separating ultradian from circadian components and applied it to a published gene expression dataset with an ultradian sampling resolution. Ultradian rhythms in mouse hepatocytes in vivo have been published, and we validated our approach using this control by confirming 175 of 323 ultradian genes identified in a prior study and found 862 additional ultradian genes. For the first time, we now report ultradian expression of ,900 genes in vitro. Sixty genes exhibited ultradian transcriptional rhythmicity, both in vivo and in vitro, including 5 genes involved in the cell cycle. Within these 60 genes, we ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Peripheral electrical nerve stimulation and rest-activity rhythm in Alzheimers disease. AU - Van Dijk, Koene R. A.. AU - Luijpen, Marijn W.. AU - Van Someren, Eus J. W.. AU - Sergeant, Joseph A.. AU - Scheltens, Philip. AU - Scherder, Erik J. A.. N1 - 0 Article J. PY - 2006/12. Y1 - 2006/12. N2 - Rest-activity rhythm disruption is a prominent clinical feature of Alzheimers disease (AD). The origin of the altered rest-activity rhythm is believed to be degeneration of the suprachiasmatic nucleus (SCN). In accordance with the use it or lose it hypothesis of Swaab [Neurobiol Aging 1991, 12: 317-324] stimulation of the SCN may prevent age-related loss of neurons and might reactivate nerve cells that are inactive but not lost. Previous studies with relatively small sample sizes have demonstrated positive effects of peripheral electrical nerve stimulation on the rest-activity rhythm in AD patients. The present randomized, placebo-controlled, parallel-group study was meant to ...
Get this from a library! Ultradian rhythms from molecules to mind : a new vision of life. [David Lloyd; Ernest Lawrence Rossi, 1933-;]
Human sleep episodes are characterized by an approximately 90-min ultradian oscillation between rapid eye movement (REM) and non-REM. (NREM) sleep stages. The source of this oscillation is not known. Pacemaker mechanisms for this rhythm have been proposed, such as a reciprocal interaction network, but these fail to account for documented homeostatic regulation of both sleep stages. Here, two candidate mechanisms are investigated using a simple model that has stable states corresponding to Wake, REM sleep, and NREM sleep. Unlike other models of the ultradian rhythm, this model of sleep dynamics does not include an ultradian pacemaker, nor does it invoke a hypothetical homeostatic process that exists SC75741 price purely to drive ultradian rhythms. Instead, only two inputs are included: the homeostatic drive for Sleep and the circadian drive for Wake. These two inputs have been the basis for the most influential Sleep/Wake models, but have not previously been identified as possible ...
Nonlinear delay-differential equations represent infinite-dimensional systems for which characterising the behaviour of solutions can be technically challenging. Their appearance in many applied fields, such as population biology, is in great part due to their ability to model dynamics with non-instantaneous effects. These phenomena often exhibit behaviour which does not occur in the associated non-delayed counterpart. In particular, it is known that delays can trigger the occurrence of oscillatory behaviour and can, in several cases, bring evidence for mechanisms underlying oscillations in biological systems. Oscillatory dynamics play an important role in the accurate regulation of hormones. Such rhythms in the ultradian regime have been observed in multiple physiological areas such as the HPA-axis, phases of sleep, and the glucose regulatory system.. In this contribution, the effect of diabetic deficiencies on the production of an oscillatory ultradian regime is studied using a deterministic ...
The issue is that there is an assumption that REM sleep is dreaming sleep. Dement and Kleitman woke participants up at the times when their brain waves were characterised by REM sleep. They found that participants were highly likely to report dreaming. However, they also found that participants would dream out of REM sleep and others would not dream with in REM sleep. ...
P300 event-related brain potentials (ERPs) were elicited using a simple discrimination task in which participants discriminated two different equiprobable visual stimuli with button-press responses (n = 20). A total of ten trial blocks were presented at 10-min intervals. P300 amplitude declined significantly, but peak latency did not change reliably across trial blocks. P300 amplitude demonstrated a reliable cyclical fluctuation across trial blocks, although P300 latency did not. Intra-trial block ERP variability was assessed by computing the correlation coefficients between the target and standard stimuli for amplitude and latency measures across participants within each trial block. P300 amplitude correlations were weakest at the Fz electrode, more strongly associated at Cz, and were most strongly correlated at Pz across trial blocks. P300 latency correlations were somewhat weaker and similar in strength across electrodes sites. The correlational patterns for both P300 amplitude and latency ...
In the first study of its kind, a team of international scientists led by UT Southwestern Medical Center and UCLA researchers have identified a dozen inherited traits related to sleep, wake, and activity cycles that are associated with severe bipolar disorder.
A major ideal of science is to integrate apparently different phenomena into a general theory of nature. The more widely divergent the phenomena that we can bring together in a meaningful way, the...
In America, we are constantly trying to be more productive and push through, but what if taking a break was the real secret to getting more done?
TY - JOUR. T1 - Rapid glucocorticoid receptor-mediated inhibition of hypothalamic- pituitary-adrenal ultradian activity in healthy males. AU - Russell, Georgina M.. AU - Henley, David E.. AU - Leendertz, Jack. AU - Douthwaite, Jennie A.. AU - Wood, Susan A.. AU - Stevens, Adam. AU - Woltersdorf, Wolfram W.. AU - Peeters, Bernard W.M.M.. AU - Ruigt, Ge S.F.. AU - White, Anne. AU - Veldhuis, Johannes D.. AU - Lightman, Stafford L.. PY - 2010/4/28. Y1 - 2010/4/28. N2 - A complex dynamic ultradian rhythm underlies the hypothalamic-pituitary- adrenal (HPA) circadian rhythm. We have investigated in normal human male subjects the importance, site of action, and receptor-mediated processes involved in rapid basal corticosteroid feedback and its interaction with corticotrophin releasing hormone (CRH) drive. Pro-opiomelanocortin (POMC), ACTH, and cortisol were measured every 10 min from healthy males during the awakening period or late afternoon using an automated blood sampling system. Mathematical ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Timing of activities of daily life is jaggy: How episodic ultradian changes in body and brain temperature are integrated into this process. AU - Blessing, William. AU - Ootsuka, Youichirou. PY - 2016. Y1 - 2016. N2 - Charles Darwin noted that natural selection applies even to the hourly organization of daily life. Indeed, in many species, the day is segmented into active periods when the animal searches for food, and inactive periods when the animal digests and rests. This episodic temporal patterning is conventionally referred to as ultradian (,24 hours) rhythmicity. The average time between ultradian events is approximately 1-2 hours, but the interval is highly variable. The ultradian pattern is stochastic, jaggy rather than smooth, so that although the next event is likely to occur within 1-2 hours, it is not possible to predict the precise timing. When models of circadian timing are applied to the ultradian temporal pattern, the underlying assumption of true periodicity ...
The hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) axis is critical for life. It has a circadian rhythm that anticipates the metabolic, immunoregulatory and cognitive needs of the active portion of the day, and retains an ability to react rapidly to perceived stressful stimuli. The circadian variation in glucocorticoids is very noisy because it is made up from an underlying approximately hourly ultradian rhythm of glucocorticoid pulses, which increase in amplitude at the peak of circadian secretion. We have shown that these pulses emerge as a consequence of the feedforward-feedback relationship between the actions of corticotrophin hormone (ACTH) on the adrenal cortex and of endogenous glucocorticoids on pituitary corticotrophs. The adrenal gland itself has adapted to respond preferentially to a digital signal of ACTH and has its own feedforward-feedback system that effectively amplifies the pulsatile characteristics of the incoming signal. Glucocorticoid receptor signalling in the body is also adapted to
Project members: Prof. Dr. Herberg, Prof. Dr. Mayer, Prof. Dr. Schaffrath, Prof. Dr. Stengl, PD Dr. Neupert, PD Dr. Popov Clock cells can sense regular environmental rhythms at different time scales, such as the 24h light dark cycle or the superimposed ultradian rhythm in the change of light intensity at dusk and dawn. They transduce these environmental rhythms into respective intracellular rhythms of second messengers as well as in regular release of coupling factors such as neuropeptides. The rhythmically released neuropeptides in turn will generate intracellular changes of second messengers in all neuropeptide receptor expressing cells at the time course of the environmental cues. In the animal kingdom highly conserved neuropeptides such as pigment-dispersing factor (PDF) appear to serve similar physiological functions. Activation of neuropeptide receptors is translated into a limited repertoire of second messengers. Among these are nucleotide derivatives like cyclic adenosine monophosphate ...
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Plasma testosterone levels display circadian variation, peaking during sleep, and reaching a nadir in the late afternoon, with a superimposed ultradian rhythm with pulses every 90 min reflecting the underlying rhythm of pulsatile luteinizing hormone
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TY - CHAP. T1 - Multivariate autoregressive model in analysis of cardiovascular and respiratory oscillations in neonatal lambs. AU - Kalli, Seppo. AU - Grönlund, Juhani. AU - Ihalainen, Heimo. AU - Siimes, Anja. AU - Antila, Kari. AU - Välimäki, Ilkka. PY - 1988. Y1 - 1988. M3 - Chapter or book article. SN - 978-0-916859-39-8. BT - Fetal and Neonatal Development. A2 - Jones, Colin T.. CY - Ithaca. ER - ...
Evidence collected over the past 15 years suggests that the central nervous system of all mammals alternates between two distinct states of physiologic activity. This alternating sleep pattern has been called the short term REM/non REM sleep cycle. In a series of studies it was determined that during the latter half of the nocturnal sleep period, cortisol was secreted in an episodic manner. Under
Patients with T2D and DR had smaller PIPR and lower urinary aMT6s than other groups (p < 0.001). In adjusted regression models, smaller PIPR was associated with lower urinary aMT6s (β = 4.552, p = 0.005). Patients with DR were more likely to have no detectable DLMO (p = 0.049), higher evening salivary cortisol, greater insomnia symptoms and greater sleep variability compared to other groups. Sleep duration, efficiency and rest-activity rhythms were similar ...
It is important to ask yourself if you are doing too much. When we dont listen to our bodies, it is easy to lose touch with your own natural cycles of activity and rest. Consider tying the following experiment to help you begin to rediscover your natural rest-activity rhythm.. Use your daily schedule and calendar not just to plan activity, but to remind yourself to do nothing. Why not schedule do nothing just like youd schedule a doctors appointment? Its very healing to sometimes do nothing, go nowhere, and not have to be on for other people. Doing nothing can take many forms: You can take a nap, go to bed earlier or get up later, sit in a chair, look out a window, be quiet, or lie down and put your feet up. Try turning off your phone, computer, and all other electronic devices and just enjoy some time in solitude and non-doing. You may find yourself noticing the starlit sky or truly enjoying a hot or cold beverage that you typically chug as you rush out the door. Many find it enjoyable ...
The ActTrust Actigraph supports the therapy of psychiatric conditions, such as ADHD and depression. ActTrust measures sleep and activity cycles, the light intensity as well as blue/green/red wavelength light and the temperature.
Thinking about concomitant parameter changes led us to the next candidate explanation. As with the tendency to use a lower TR for SMS-EPI than for regular EPI, there is also a tendency to drive the in-plane gradients harder. Heres the logical progression. We start with a change in the slice dimension whereby SMS permits, say, 2 mm slice thickness and full brain coverage in a TR below 2000 ms. Next, we are tempted to improve the in-plane resolution in order to get cubic voxels. The only way to get finer resolution in-plane is to make the frequency and phase encoding gradients work harder. The SMS scheme doesnt help (or hinder very much - see Note 2) the in-plane dimension, however, and theres only so much one can drive the gradients before the total gradient area must be increased through longer application times. (If you need a refresher on gradient areas and k-space in EPI, take a look at this post and its predecessors.) Thus, a further consequence of pushing up the in-plane resolution is to ...
Thinking about concomitant parameter changes led us to the next candidate explanation. As with the tendency to use a lower TR for SMS-EPI than for regular EPI, there is also a tendency to drive the in-plane gradients harder. Heres the logical progression. We start with a change in the slice dimension whereby SMS permits, say, 2 mm slice thickness and full brain coverage in a TR below 2000 ms. Next, we are tempted to improve the in-plane resolution in order to get cubic voxels. The only way to get finer resolution in-plane is to make the frequency and phase encoding gradients work harder. The SMS scheme doesnt help (or hinder very much - see Note 2) the in-plane dimension, however, and theres only so much one can drive the gradients before the total gradient area must be increased through longer application times. (If you need a refresher on gradient areas and k-space in EPI, take a look at this post and its predecessors.) Thus, a further consequence of pushing up the in-plane resolution is to ...
The pressure sensor JUMO CEROS S01 M is an active component that delivers a temperature-compensated and calibrated output signal for two several values.
Its theoretical research is concerned with building formal models, then exploring and exploiting their properties. These models range from the exact description of various flavours of computation, including concurrent and reversible computation, through programming language related features like type systems and specification logics to network protocols. While the groups activities rest on solid mathematical and logical foundations, its ultimate objective is to turn those new designs and insights into tools that support the corresponding programming and networking related activities.. ...
Eukaryotic cell biology is temporally coordinated to support the energetic demands of protein homeostasis Yeast physiology is temporally regulated, this becomes apparent under nutrient-limited conditions and results in respiratory oscillations (YROs). YROs share features with circadian rhythms and interact with, but are independent Read more…. ...
What do these results suggest?. There is something fishy about the reindeer clock. It is not working the same way it does in other mammals studied to date. For example, seals and humans living in the Arctic have normal circadian rhythms of melatonin. Some other animals show daily rhythms in behavior. But in reindeer, rhythms in behavior and melatonin can be seen only if the environment is rhythmic as well. In constant light conditions, it appears that the clock is not working. But, is it? How do we know?. During the long winter night and the long summer day, the behavior of reindeer is not completely random. It is in bouts which show some regularity - these are ultradian rhythms with the period much shorter than 24 hours. If the clock is not working in reindeer, i.e., if there is no clock in this species, then the ultradian rhythms would persist during spring and fall as well. Yet we see circadian rhythms during these seasons - there is an underlying clock there which can be entrained to a ...
After 18 years and nearly three complete orbits around the sun, Ulysses, the interplanetary space probe that provided scientists with a more complete understanding of the solar wind and the solar activity cycle, was turned off. Nathan Schwadron, an associate professor of astronomy, can discuss the space probes solar wind observations, which led scientists to […]. ...
Studies on glucocorticoid receptor (GR) action typically assess gene responses by long-term stimulation with synthetic hormones. As corticosteroids are released from adrenal glands in a circadian and high-frequency (ultradian) mode, such treatments may not provide an accurate assessment of physiological hormone action. Here we demonstrate that ultradian hormone stimulation induces cyclic GR-mediated transcriptional regulation, or gene pulsing, both in cultured cells and in animal models. Equilibrium receptor-occupancy of regulatory elements precisely tracks the ligand pulses. Nascent RNA transcripts from GR-regulated genes are released in distinct quanta, demonstrating a profound difference between the transcriptional programs induced by ultradian and constant stimulation. Gene pulsing is driven by rapid GR exchange with response elements and by GR recycling through the chaperone machinery, which promotes GR activation and reactivation in response to the ultradian hormone release, thus coupling ...
When you first wake up in the morning, blood pressure (BP) increases due to the bodys normal circadian rhythm. Circadian rhythm is a daily 24-hour activity cycle that affects our sleep/wake patterns. In the morning, the body releases certain hormones such as adrenaline and noradrenaline.
As it turns out, late morning turns out to be the best time to try doing tasks such as mental arithmetic that demand that we hold several pieces of information in mind at once. Later in the afternoon is the time to attempt simpler tasks, like searching for a particular letter in a page of gibberish.. Another clue about the clock in our brains comes from people with conditions such as depression and bipolar disorder. People with these disorders often have trouble sleeping at night, or feel groggy during the day. Some people with dementia experience sundowning, becoming confused or aggressive at the end of the day.. Sleep and activity cycles are a very big part of psychiatric illnesses, said Huda Akil, a neuroscientist at the University of Michigan.. Yet neuroscientists have struggled to understand exactly how the circadian clock affects our minds. After all, researchers cant simply pop open a subjects skull and monitor his brain cells over the course of each day.. A few years ago, Akil and ...
Solar variations have significant influence on the Earths space environment and climate via its magnetic field, irradiation and energetic particles. Long-term and reliable historical datasets of solar and stellar activity indices are crucial for understanding the variations and predicting the future solar cycle. Cosmogenic and radionuclides can extend our knowledge of solar variations back to the Holocene. There are a number of important and hot issues relevant to the evolution of solar activity and variability. These include, how to build up longterm consistent datasets, e.g., sunspot number and solar irradiance, how to realistically reconstruct the physics parameters, e.g., interior convection spectrum and photospheric open flux, based on the records, how to understand the relations among different indices, how to model the solar cycles based on the observed data. Furthermore, the progress in the understanding of the stellar variability and activity cycles helps us to understand the solar ...
Both abnormal automaticity and triggered activity induced by delayed afterdepolarizations have been proposed as the primary mechanism for ventricular tachycardia (VT) occurring in dogs 24 hr after ligation of the left anterior descending coronary artery. Because of this controversy, we studied the effects of ventricular pacing and therapeutic concentrations of lidocaine and ethmozin on sustained rhythmic activity of isolated subendocardial preparations excised from the infarct, and on VT in conscious dogs. There were differences in the sustained rhythmic activity cycle length of isolated preparations and the VT cycle length that were attributable to the absence of sympathetic input in the former and its presence in the latter. In isolated tissues, pacing for 1 or 10 beats reset the sustained rhythmic activity and pacing for 1 min induced overdrive suppression. Lidocaine (5 micrograms/ml) had no effect on sustained rhythmic activity but ethmozin (2 micrograms/ml) suppressed it. Delayed ...
When a coronal mass ejection reaches Earth, it interacts with our planets magnetic field, potentially creating a geomagnetic storm. Solar particles stream down the field lines toward Earths poles. Those particles collide with atoms of nitrogen and oxygen in the atmosphere, which then glow like miniature neon signs. Aurorae normally are visible only at high latitudes. However, during a geomagnetic storm aurorae can light up the sky at lower latitudes. Sky watchers in the northern U.S. and other countries should look toward the north on the evening of August 3rd/4th for rippling curtains of green and red light. The Sun goes through a regular activity cycle about 11 years long on average. The last solar maximum occurred in 2001. Its latest minimum was particularly weak and long lasting. This eruption is one of the first signs that the Sun is waking up and heading toward another maximum. ...
FUNCTION: [Summary is not available for the mouse gene. This summary is for the human ortholog.] The protein encoded by this gene is involved in plasma membrane electron transport pathways. The encoded protein has both a hydroquinone (NADH) oxidase activity and a protein disulfide-thiol interchange activity. The two activities cycle with a periodicity of 24 minutes, with one activity being at its peak when the other is at its lowest. [provided by RefSeq, Dec 2016 ...
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Palmers new Model PTG100 Precision Test Gauge has been designed for field and laboratory applications. It can be used for precision pressure measurement and field gauge calibration, etc. The company says the PTG100 Series is an ideal substitution for precision pointer pressure gauges. The gauge has pressure ranges to 2,500 bar, a fully temperature-compensated accuracy from 32° to 122°F, up to nine selectable pressure units, and a large backlit display with 6-digit resolution. The company also says the gauge has low power consumption, continuous working . . .
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Circadian activity rhythms in hamsters are entrained to the daily light:dark cycle by photic information arriving from the retina to the suprachiasmatic nucleus, the site of the master circadian pacemaker in mammals. The effects of light on adjusting the timing of the circadian pacemaker is modified …
Abnormalities in sleep and circadian rhythms are central features of bipolar disorder (BP), often persisting between episodes. We report here, to our knowledge, the first systematic analysis of circadian rhythm activity in pedigrees segregating severe BP (BP-I). By analyzing actigraphy data obtained from members of 26 Costa Rican and Colombian pedigrees [136 euthymic (i.e., interepisode) BP-I individuals and 422 non-BP-I relatives], we delineated 73 phenotypes, of which 49 demonstrated significant heritability and 13 showed significant trait-like association with BP-I. All BP-I-associated traits related to activity level, with BP-I individuals consistently demonstrating lower activity levels than their non-BP-I relatives. We analyzed all 49 heritable phenotypes using genetic linkage analysis, with special emphasis on phenotypes judged to have the strongest impact on the biology underlying BP. We identified a locus for interdaily stability of activity, at a threshold exceeding genome-wide ...
Activity onsets of horn sharks, Heterodontus francisci, were studied in the natural environment at Santa Catalina Island, California. The mean of activity onsets of these nocturnal sharks occurred 76 min after sunset which corresponded to an approximate light level of 0.03 lux. During laboratory studies under a fixed LD 12:12 (12 hr light- 12 hr dark) regime, the L phase of which was 8 lux, H. francisci showed anticipation of the D phase. Under 23 days of constant dim light, H. francisci exhibited a drifting circadian rhythm with period lengths, for one individual, of 20.8 hr under 2.0 lux, and 23.0 hr under 0.13 lux. Under 15 days of constant darkness, the sharks showed a high level of aperiodic activity. During laboratory experimental dusk transitions, the light intensity eliciting onset of activity was: 1), proportional to the amount of time sharks spent in the L phase of the LD regime, and 2), independent of the level of Hght duiing the L phase of the LD regime.
Mammalian skeletal muscle is influenced by the functional demands placed upon it. Functional morphology of facial expression musculature, or mimetic musculature, is largely unknown. Recently, primate mimetic musculature has been shown to respond to demands associated with social factors. Body size has also been demonstrated to affect many aspects of primate functional morphology and evolutionary morphology. The present study was designed to further examine the role of social variables and body size in influencing the morphology of primate mimetic musculature using a broad phylogenetic range of primates, primates with varying body sizes, and those that exploit differing time of day activity cycles and social group sizes ...
Mammalian skeletal muscle is influenced by the functional demands placed upon it. Functional morphology of facial expression musculature, or mimetic musculature, is largely unknown. Recently, primate mimetic musculature has been shown to respond to demands associated with social factors. Body size has also been demonstrated to affect many aspects of primate functional morphology and evolutionary morphology. The present study was designed to further examine the role of social variables and body size in influencing the morphology of primate mimetic musculature using a broad phylogenetic range of primates, primates with varying body sizes, and those that exploit differing time of day activity cycles and social group sizes ...
The homodimeric, growth-related and time-keeping constitutive hydroquinone oxidase ENOX1 of the eukaryotic cell surface capable of oxidizing extracellular NAD(P)H and intracellular hydroquinones...
Organisms go through cycles of metabolic activity, driven by internal cues (circadian, circannual clocks) and physiologic/behavioral inputs (e.g. feeding/fasting, physical activity/rest). In addition, organisms face environmental challenges (physical, chemical or psychological stressors) that require continual adaptation of the pathways regulating metabolism. The goal of our research is to elucidate the regulatory and transcriptional mechanisms that integrate information and enable physiologic adaptations (particularly in response to changes in physical activity, environmental temperature, nutritional state), and that, when deregulated, contribute to metabolic disease. Our studies focus on the Estrogen-Related Receptors (ERRα, ERRβ, and ERRγ), which we use as an entry point to the study of the regulatory / transcriptional networks that are important for adaptation in adipose tissue and in skeletal muscle, in response to changes in environmental temperature, physical exercise and/or diet. In ...
There are more than 500 scientific publications advocating the use of Gerovital as an anti aging drug. Every person has his own biological clock. Aging is a process which is influenced by the genetic and environmental factors. Normal aging rhythm can be accelerated or delayed due to these factors. Aging rhythm can be controlled by […]. ...
This period of ultradian cycling (more than one cycle in a day) has, apart from a few days per fortnight, has been going on for five or six weeks now. Im exhausted and my sleep quality is poor and patchy. Im barely awake during the day and barely asleep during the night. Im not eating properly, Im not looking after myself properly and Im getting behind with things like laundry - running out of clean clothes to wear in fact.. So Im taking a step back from things for a few weeks. I can do my in the world but not of it brand of being a hermit. Ill dip in and out of Twitter and chat with people but Ill also make a big effort not to get involved in long exchanges or big campaigns.. Talking to my GP earlier about physical health concerns led me to tears and only a vague idea of what we were actually saying about something quite important. Luckily I have people named via Lasting Power of Attorney who can speak to him and check up with what was said so if I cant make informed choices then ...
The Delta Wave Havening Techniques from my extensive clinical experience are the most powerful psychological treatment in the world today for two reasons.
NADH oxidases at the external surface of plant and animal cells (ECTO-NOX proteins) exhibit stable and recurring patterns of oscillations with potentially clock-related, entrainable, and temperature-compensated period lengths of 24 min. To determine if ECTO-NOX proteins might represent the ultradian time keepers (pacemakers) of the biological clock, COS cells were transfected with cDNAs encoding tNOX proteins having a period length of 22 min or with C575A or C558A cysteine to alanine replacements having period lengths of 36 or 42 min. Here we demonstrate that such transfectants exhibited 22, 36, or 40 to 42 h circadian patterns in the activity of glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate dehydrogenase, a common clock-regulated protein, in addition to the endogenous 24 h circadian period length. The fact that the expression of a single oscillatory ECTO-NOX protein determines the period length of a circadian biochemical marker (60 X the ECTO-NOX period length) provides compelling evidence that ECTO-NOX proteins ...
At MACOM we design, manufacture, and support a wide variety of power amplifiers for RF, microwave, and millimeter wave applications. Our Power amplifiers cover 40 KHz to 90 GHz operation for a wide range of both linear and saturated applications, including network infrastructure, radar, test and measurement and communication systems. Many of the power amplifiers include an on-chip temperature-compensated detector. Power amplifiers offer power up to 15W of power and are offered in a variety of package types for different applications.. ...
Over the last few days Ive discovered the new iPhone app Sleep Cycle Alarm Clock. This is a really clever app which uses the accelerometer in your iPhone to monitor your movement while you sleep. From the amount you fidget, the app can work out which sleep cycle you are in - awake, light sleep/dreaming, or deep sleep. It then wakes you up when you are in your lightest sleep cycle (within half an hour of your alarm time) so you awake feeling relaxed and refreshed. ...
The hop (Humulus lupulus), a component of beer, is a sedative plant whose pharmacological activity is due principally to its bitter resins, especially to the α-acid component 2-methyl-3-buten-2-ol. The mechanism of action of the resin of hop consists of increasing the activity of the neurotransmitter γ-aminobutyric (GABA), inhibiting the central nervous system (CNS). Objectives: To analyze in an experimental model of diurnal animal the sedative effect of hop, a component of beer, on the activity/rest rhythm. Methods: Experiments were performed with common quail (Coturnix coturnix) similar to humans in the sleep-wake rhythm, isolated in 25 × 25 × 25 cm methacrylate cages, with food and water ad libitum, in a room with artificial ventilation (22 ± 1 °C) and a lighting cycle of 12L/12D (n = 5). The doses administered, close to the content of non-alcoholic beer, were 1, 2 and 11 mg extract of hop as one capsule per day, at 18:00 h for one week. A control group received capsules only with a ...
- Nervous Control of GI SystemEnteric nervous system coordinates Autonomic network of neurons around GI tract independent of (but in communication with) parasympathetic/sympathetic nervous systemCoordination of peristalsis (motility), segmentation (churning/mixing), and secretion (of enzymes and hormones) after eatingStimulated by parasympathetic activity (rest and digest)Inhibited by sympathetic activity (fight or flight) - Enteric nervous system coordinates Autonomic network of neurons around GI tract independent of (but in communication with) parasympathetic/sympathetic nervous systemCoordination of peristalsis (motility), segmentation (churning/mixing), and secretion (of enzymes and hormones) after eating - Autonomic network of neurons around GI tract independent of (but in communication with) parasympathetic/sympathetic nervous system - Coordination of peristalsis (motility), segmentation (churning/mixing), and secretion (of enzymes and hormones) after eating - Stimulated by parasympathetic
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Tight can also refer to music. You know like sometimes rhythm can be loose (like jazz) and sometimes it can be tight. So if a band that is not a jazz band is playing well, someone might say they are tight so that could be another reason why tight is good. Back in the 40s, tight meant drunk, which I never understood. Youd think drunk would be loose, but in old movies, people say tight to mean drunk.. ReplyDelete ...
Waking up at 3am is a common problem, often interrupting our sleep cycle and having a negative impact on our mood and ability to function the following day.
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RNAPII cycles during transcription. CTD phosphatase activity is regulated by two GTFs (TFIIF and TFIIB). The large subunit of ... to separate the two strands using its helicase activity. It has a kinase activity that phosphorylates the C-terminal domain ( ... During the transcription cycle, the CTD of the large subunit of RNAP II is reversibly phosphorylated. RNAP II containing ... Ser5 phosphorylation (Ser5PO4) near the 5′ ends of genes depends principally on the kinase activity of TFIIH (Kin28 in yeast; ...
Hall, J. C.; Lockwood, G. W. (2004). "The Chromospheric Activity and Variability of Cycling and Flat Activity Solar-Analog ... Hall, J. C.; Lockwood, G. W.; Gibb, E. L. (1995). "Activity cycles in cool stars. 1: Observation and analysis methods and case ... Gray, D. F.; Baliunas, S. L. (1994). "The activity cycle of tau Ceti". Astrophysical Journal. 427 (2): 1042-1047. Bibcode: ... Gray, David F.; Baliunas, Sallie L. (June 1994), "The Activity Cycle of tau Ceti", Astrophysical Journal, 427: 1042, Bibcode: ...
... hydrologic cycles around Bebedouro, Brazil; tectonic plate activity around the Galapagos Islands in the South Pacific; and the ... Sunday's supersite observations were global carbon and hydrologic cycles in Duke Forest, North Carolina; hydrologic cycles ... Jay Apt and Tom Jones documented activity with the payload. On Monday, 18 April 1994, 2 p.m. Central time, Endeavour's crew ... and geology studies of the tectonic activity around the Galapagos Islands of the southeastern Pacific. Linda M. Godwin reported ...
"H-K Project: Activity Cycles". Mount Wilson Observatory. Archived from the original on 2007-02-09. Retrieved 2006-12-04. H. J. ... Measurements of the long-term variability show two overlapping cycles of starspot activity (compared to the Sun's single, 11- ... year cycle.) The periods of these two cycles are 4.0 and 17.4 years. This star is among the top 100 target stars for NASA's ... The variability is attributed to large-scale magnetic activity on the chromosphere (in the form of starspots) combined with a ...
The activity cycle for this star is 11.1 years in length. Based upon gyrochronology, the estimated age of this star is 4.5 Gyr ... "H-K Project: Activity Cycles". Mt. Wilson Observatory. Archived from the original on 2012-02-06. Retrieved 2006-11-30. Bailer- ...
She started with speed skating, but in 1990 she moved to competitive cycling, competing in track cycling and road cycling. ... The women on the MIW are influential women who contributed in a significant way to sport and physical activity in the year 2011 ... Hughes, an 18-time Canadian national cycling champion, won the silver medal at the 1995, World Cycling Championships (time ... and the first medals in cycling for a Canadian woman. As of 2011, these were the only three cycling medals for Canada. A four- ...
... whose activity is restricted to the G1-S phase of the cell cycle, where cells make proteins necessary for mitosis and replicate ... Kaldis P, Aleem E (November 2005). "Cell cycle sibling rivalry: Cdc2 vs. Cdk2". Cell Cycle. 4 (11): 1491-4. doi:10.4161/cc.4.11 ... "Bcl-2 expression suppresses mismatch repair activity through inhibition of E2F transcriptional activity". Nature Cell Biology. ... Cell cycle, Proteins, EC 2.7.11, Cell cycle regulators). ... Its activity is also regulated by phosphorylation. Multiple ...
The Akt isoforms are known to play a role in the cell cycle. Under various circumstances, activation of Akt1 was shown to ... Activated Akt isoforms can then go on to activate or deactivate their myriad substrates (e.g. mTOR) via their kinase activity. ... November 2002). "Activation of Akt/protein kinase B overcomes a G(2)/m cell cycle checkpoint induced by DNA damage". Molecular ... Somanath PR, Razorenova OV, Chen J, Byzova TV (March 2006). "Akt1 in endothelial cell and angiogenesis". Cell Cycle. 5 (5): 512 ...
The RING domain of Mdm2 confers E3 ubiquitin ligase activity and is sufficient for E3 ligase activity in Mdm2 RING ... Ivanchuk SM, Mondal S, Rutka JT (June 2008). "p14ARF interacts with DAXX: effects on HDM2 and p53". Cell Cycle. 7 (12): 1836-50 ... Honda R, Yasuda H (March 2000). "Activity of MDM2, a ubiquitin ligase, toward p53 or itself is dependent on the RING finger ... Thus Mdm2 and USP7 form an intricate circuit to finely regulate the stability and activity of p53, whose levels are critical ...
"The 50th Anniversary Of The 1967 Mosport Grand Prix Blew My Mind". Cycle World. "Championnat du Monde de Vitesse Moto - ... "Canadian Grand Prix". Centennial Activity. "VRRA Celebrating 50th Anniversary Of 1967 Canadian GP August 12 At Mosport". July ...
Oricchio, Elisa; Wendel, Hans-Guido (15 March 2012). "Mining the cancer genome uncovers therapeutic activity of EphA7 against ... Cell Cycle. Rome, Italy: Institute of Biology and Molecular Pathology, National Research Council. 5 (1): 88-92. doi:10.4161/cc. ... lymphoma". Cell Cycle. New York, New York: Taylor & Francis. 11 (6): 1076-1080. doi:10.4161/cc.11.6.19451. PMC 3335915. PMID ...
Fellner, W. J. (1956). Trends and Cycles in Economic Activity. New York: Henry Holt. pp. 308-338. (CS1 errors: missing ... A. W. Mullineux (1984). The Business Cycle After Keynes: A Contemporary Analysis. Rowman & Littlefield. p. 11. Goldberg, Samuel ... Estey, J. A. (1956). "The Multiplier-Accelerator Interaction". Business Cycles: Their Nature, Cause, and Control (Third ed.). ... investment intentions react to the pace of change of economic activity: I t = β [ C t − C t − 1 ] {\displaystyle I_{t}=\beta [C ...
The system has an activity cycle that is much more pronounced than the solar sunspot cycle. This is a complex activity cycle ... There is an 11.7-year periodicity to the overall activity cycle of B. Both stars exhibit stellar flare activity, but the ... Hempelmann, A.; Robrade, J.; Schmitt, J. H. M. M.; Favata, F.; Baliunas, S. L.; Hall, J. C. (2006). "Coronal activity cycles in ... Hempelmann, A.; Schmitt, J. H. M. M.; Baliunas, S. L.; Donahue, R. A. (2003). "Evidence for coronal activity cycles on 61 Cygni ...
Kandil, Magda; Mirzaie, Aghdas (2002-02-01). "Exchange rate fluctuations and disaggregated economic activity in the US: theory ... Kandil, Magda (1997-02-01). "What differentiates industrial business cycles? A cross-country investigation". Applied Economics ... Kandil, Magda (1997-02-01). "What differentiates industrial business cycles? A cross-country investigation". Applied Economics ... "The changing cyclical variability of economic activity in the United States: A sectoral investigation". Journal of ...
The phosphorylation of Smad3 by cyclin E/CDK2 inhibits its transcriptional activity and ultimately facilitates cell cycle ... Apart from the function in cell cycle progression, cyclin E/CDK2 plays a role in the centrosome cycle. This function is ... Ma T, Van Tine BA, Wei Y, Garrett MD, Nelson D, Adams PD, Wang J, Qin J, Chow LT, Harper JW (September 2000). "Cell cycle- ... Cyclin E binds to G1 phase Cdk2, which is required for the transition from G1 to S phase of the cell cycle that determines ...
"Mountain biking & cycling , Outdoor activities , NT, Australia". Archived from the original on 7 December 2021. Retrieved 7 ... Cycling is administered by Cycling Northern Territory. The Darwin Cycling Club was established in 1955. Field hockey is ... "AusCycling , Home Page". Archived from the original on 7 December 2021. Retrieved 19 February 2022. Clean Sport ... "AusCycling , Home Page". Archived from the original on 11 April 2021. Retrieved 19 February 2022. " ...
"Canadian study shows new Toronto bike lane improved economic activity in the area". Canadian Cycling Magazine. 1 September 2019 ... and the role of cycling in urban transportation policy. "Canada's best university environmental science programs: 2021 rankings ...
Cycle England invested £1.25 million in building and improving cycle routes in the national park for leisure and commuting. The ... Signs of Neolithic activity include monumental earthworks or barrows such as the one at Margery Hill. The Bronze Age saw the ... "Middleton Top Cycle hire". Retrieved 22 May 2019.[permanent dead link] "Cycling". Peak District National Park. Retrieved 24 ... Local authorities run cycle hire centres at Ashbourne, Parsley Hay, Middleton Top, the Upper Derwent Valley and Hulme End. ...
Solar activity may have contributed to part of the modern warming that peaked in the 1930s. However, solar cycles fail to ... The cycle occurs every two to seven years, with El Niño lasting nine months to two years within the longer term cycle. The cold ... During the Pleistocene, cycles of glaciations and interglacials occurred on cycles of roughly 100,000 years, but may stay ... Dansgaard-Oeschger cycles - occurring on roughly 1,500-year cycles during the Last Glacial Maximum The oceanic aspects of ...
Other outdoor activities popular near Laramie include camping, picnicking, rafting on the Laramie River and the North Platte ... "Medicine Bow Mountain Bike Patrol". Cycle Wyoming. Archived from the original on October 24, 2007. Retrieved October 28, 2007. ... "Winter Activities". U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service. Retrieved October 28, 2007. "The Mountain". Snowy Range Ski ... the city draws outdoor enthusiasts with its abundance of outdoor activities. In 2011, Laramie was named as one of the best ...
... beside Findon Cycle Speedway, home of the Findon Skid Kids cycling club. The other main greenspace in the suburb is Matheson ... "Findon Community Centre Inc Events & Activities". City of Charles Sturt. Archived from the original on 5 June 2011. Retrieved 5 ... "Findon Cycle Speedway". Retrieved 5 June 2011. "Public Transport in Adelaide". Adelaide Metro official website. Dept. for ...
"Geothermal activity helps life survive glacial cycles". Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 111 (15): 5634-5639. ...
Savanov, I. S. (November 2009). "Spots and activity cycles of HD 199178". Astronomy Reports. 53 (11): 1032-1038. Bibcode: ... May 2019). "Starspot activity of HD 199178. Doppler images from 1994-2017". Astronomy & Astrophysics. 625: 10. arXiv:1812.02013 ... The star showed a variable polarization with a period of four days, suggesting chromospheric activity with an asymmetric ... Huenemoerder, D. P. (September 1986). "Optical spectroscopy of HD 199178 : velocity and activity". Astronomical Journal. 92: ...
... mineral cycles, climate cycles and glaciology. Hamaker was born in St. Louis, Missouri, United States, and graduated from ... Other criteria: the increase of volcanic activity and of earthquakes, the shortening of the growing seasons, the increase of ... Climatic Cycles (Hamaker), Australia: Nexus Magazine, 1990s, vol. 1, no. 4 Climate: The Key to Understanding Business Cycles, ... Knud Lassen and Alexander Chizhevsky who have cited variations in the sunspot cycle as the dominant mechanism in climate cycles ...
Gaia observations suggest a rotation period of 44 days and a magnetic activity cycle of roughly 9 years. The smaller companion ... Morris, Brett M.; Agol, Eric; Davenport, James R. A.; Hawley, Suzanne L. (2018). "Spotting stellar activity cycles in Gaia ...
"Spin Cycle". Archived from the original on October 17, 2002. Retrieved August 13, 2010. "Congressional Record". Congress. ... "Former Senior Fincen Employee Pleads Guilty to Conspiring to Unlawfully Disclose Suspicious Activity Reports". January 13, 2020 ... "getting too far out in front of the news-cycle". The grand jury concluded with no indictment of Rove. In his memoir, Courage ...
... a rate limiting factor in cell cycle progression and tumorigenesis". Cell Cycle. 10 (20): 3441-6. doi:10.4161/cc.10.20.17796. ... eIF6 activity was first described by work in the early 1980s from Linda L. Spremulli's and Umadas Maitra's laboratories. The ... a rate limiting factor in cell cycle progression and tumorigenesis". Cell Cycle. 10 (20): 3441-6. doi:10.4161/cc.10.20.17796. ... The activity of eIF6 also cause glycolysis and fatty acid synthesis by mRNAs' translational controlling. eIF6 is 245 amino ...
"Baker City Cycling Classic". Baker City Cycling Classic. Retrieved 2012-03-20. "Elkhorn Classic". Oregon Bicycle Racing ... The city hosts the Oregon School Activities Association Class 1A girls and boys basketball tournaments at Baker High School in ... The Baker City Cycling Classic is a set of bicycle races held in Baker City and the surrounding region. Similar bicycle races, ... Possible forest activities include hiking, biking, winter sports, fishing, hunting, mineral prospecting, camping, wildlife ...
Berry LD, Gould KL (1996). "Regulation of Cdc2 activity by phosphorylation at T14/Y15". Prog Cell Cycle Res. 2: 99-105. doi: ... arrests cells in the G2 phase of the cell cycle by inhibiting p34cdc2 activity". J. Virol. 69 (11): 6705-11. doi:10.1128/JVI. ... One of the hallmarks of cancer is the lack of regulation in the cell cycle. The role of cyclin B1 is to transition the cell ... Like all cyclins, levels of cyclin B1 oscillate over the course of the cell cycle. Just prior to mitosis, a large amount of ...
Song M, Kim YJ, Park YK, Ryu JC (August 2012). "Changes in thyroid peroxidase activity in response to various chemicals". ... "PFAS 'forever chemicals' constantly cycle through ground, air and water, study finds". The Guardian ... Gross Alpha Particle Activity, and Certain Synthetic Organic Compounds". Trenton, NJ: New Jersey Department of Environmental ... staff are the lead investigators at most of the PFAS sites on the MPART website and also conduct interim response activities, ...
Sport and social activities[edit]. Numerous sporting activities exist in Meanwood, including the Meanwood Valley Trail Race (a ...
... are suddenly increased by activity.[47] In the citric acid cycle all the intermediates (e.g. citrate, iso-citrate, alpha- ... The resulting acetyl-CoA enters the citric acid cycle (or Krebs Cycle), where the acetyl group of the acetyl-CoA is converted ... 6-bisphosphate is a decrease in activity of phosphofructokinase and an increase in activity of fructose 1,6-bisphosphatase, so ... Conversion of pyruvate into oxaloacetate for the citric acid cycle[edit]. Pyruvate molecules produced by glycolysis are ...
The partnership, Climate Consortium Denmark, is an integrated part of the official portfolio of activities before, during and ... in the same way that countless conservation schemes have limited local subsistence activities and led to displacement around ...
... but even with increased PEMT activity, the demand for choline is still so high that bodily stores are generally depleted. This ... "Dietary Choline Intake: Current State of Knowledge Across the Life Cycle". Nutrients. 10 (10): 1513. doi:10.3390/nu10101513 ...
This is done within that activity's zone-the distance between where the child is, and where he potentially will be.[20] In each ... Kolb breaks down this learning cycle into four stages: concrete experience, reflective observation, abstract conceptualization ... As the child becomes more capable of the steps of the activity, the adult or older child withdraws supports gradually, until ... According to UNESCO, a preschool curriculum is one that delivers educational content through daily activities and furthers a ...
September 1998). "Distinct mechanism for antidepressant activity by blockade of central substance P receptors". Science. 281 ( ... leading to a cycle of inhibition and disinhibition.[78] These neural oscillations are impaired in schizophrenia, and these ... "Enhancing influence of intranasal interleukin-6 on slow-wave activity and memory consolidation during sleep". FASEB Journal. 23 ... "IL-6 trans-signaling via the soluble IL-6 receptor: importance for the pro-inflammatory activities of IL-6". International ...
Both theory and observations are part of science, and they are tied together in a kind of cycle. A clear example was the ... and what makes science different from other activities. No doubt, modern science has advanced knowledge in a wide range of ...
Education is also important for attaining jobs and a stable career, which is critical for breaking the cycle of poverty and ... Social life is a form of collaborative activity, and an important feature of human life. When goals and objectives become ... This in turn leads to a cycle of underperformance and sanctions within these areas which furthers the problems that the Act ... were based on the belief that poor families should have access to asset development in order to break the cycle of poverty.[212 ...
Various (21 July 1997)။ The Hydrologic Cycle။ University of Illinois။ 21 March 2013 တွင် မူရင်းအား မော်ကွန်းတင်ပြီး။ 23 ... The Role of Solar Nuclear Evolution and Magnetic Activity on Earth's Atmosphere and Climate။ ASP Conference Proceedings: The ...
Armijo, Vic (1999). The complete idiot's guide to cycling (1st ed.). New York, N.Y.: Alpha Books. ISBN 9781101198728. .. ... In the 1930s, shorts started to be worn for casual comfort (e.g. outdoor and athletic activities) by both men and women. ... Cycling shorts are skin-tight long shorts specifically designed for wear by cyclists to reduce chafing. While often elastic- ... However, it was still taboo to wear shorts outside of certain activities. ...
... disruption of hormone cycles, birth defects, suppression of the immune system, and disorders resulting in cancer, tumors, and ... visiting several places and with leisure activities on board, often returning them to the port of embarkation. Riverboats and ...
Lesser cycles also run in tandem with the annual ones. A weekly cycle of days prescribes a specific focus for each day in ... For example, their salvation of mankind is an activity engaged in common: "Christ became man by the good will of the Father and ... "The Five Cycles". Orthodox Worship. The Diocese of Eastern Pennsylvania, Orthodox Church in America. Retrieved 24 June 2015.. ... Each day of the Weekly Cycle is dedicated to certain special memorials. Sunday is dedicated to Christ's Resurrection; Monday ...
Italian Cycling Federation (Italian: Federazione Ciclistica Italiana (FCI)). *Italian Equestrian Federation (Italian: ... is responsible for the development and management of sports activity in Italy. Within Italy, CONI recognizes 44 national sports ...
The activity of the cell is regulated by extracellular signals. Signal propagation inside and/or along the interior of cells ... One example of a manually produced molecular interaction map is the Kurt Kohn's 1999 map of cell cycle control.[68] Drawing on ... cell cycle stage, external factors, presence of other binding proteins, etc. - as it happens with most of the proteins involved ... the mixed multimer may exhibit greater functional activity than the unmixed multimers formed by each of the mutants alone. In ...
As activities such as tennis, cycling, and horseback riding became more popular at the turn of the century, women turned to ... Meanwhile, these early women's trousers diversified according to their uses for gymnastics, bathing, cycling or titillation.[20 ... Athleticism and sports were increasingly accepted as activities for women, wearing more convenient trousers which were ... this practice extends from daily wear to activities such as swimming, in which many Holiness Methodist women wear swimming ...
Mass extinctions had a variety of causes including volcanic activity, climate change, and changes in oceanic and atmospheric ... multiple life-cycle stages).[81] In addition, horizontal gene transfer (HGT) makes it difficult to define a species.[82] All ...
It is classified among "R2: Doctoral Universities - High research activity".[8] ESF operates education and research facilities ... Students at the Syracuse campus enjoy many activities on and off campus. There are a number of student clubs and organizations ... ESF's main campus, in Syracuse, New York, is where most academic, administrative, and student activity takes place. The campus ... However, other activities such as frisbee and soccer are encouraged on the Quad. ...
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  • For example, scientists think they know why the solar storms that have erupted during Solar Cycle 24 have caused relatively few problems here on Earth. (
  • If you can ride a bike and enjoy gentle exercise, these are an ideal introduction to a cycling holiday. (
  • Alpine Bikes, Scotland's Bike Specialists is now the biggest independent cycle retailer in Scotland. (
  • A cycle track, is a physically separate and protected bike lane and is considered by bicycle planners and experts as the safest and most enjoyable way to ride a bicycle through an urban environment. (
  • Designed for your bike rides, our cycling collections are the result of an ongoing research and development process aimed at improving our selection of products to guarantee maximum performance. (
  • Give your bike a pro peloton service to ensure you and your bike are at your best during your cycling holiday. (
  • On and off the bike, the Enduro Mid 2 Cycling Shoe from Northwave offers protection, comfort, and performance. (
  • Yesterday I went for a ride with my bike and like any other activity, I wanted my Steel HR Sport to track it. (
  • To see students who had never been on a bike cycle by themselves and know how to fix them when something went wrong after only three days of teaching is pretty unbelievable! (
  • The playlist from Indoor Cycling 30 is the perfect motivator for your next bike ride. (
  • Exploring the island of God on two wheels is by far the best way to get a fantastic and memorable experience as we will take you to discover the hidden gems of our island through some peaceful 'off the beaten track' cycling routes accessible only by bike. (
  • Call a professional to visit Aix-en-Provence by bike or guide you on the roads of Provence. (
  • Running out of food and money, she used her last $20 to buy a hot-pink bicycle - and cycled more than 700 miles across the country in a week with her father riding on the back of the bike. (
  • Electric cycle (e-bike) confident road riding - having completed the introduction to electric cycles course, this course will enable you to ride your e-bike efficiently and safely on the road. (
  • Electric cycle (E-Bike) courses are currently available at Gravesend, Canterbury, Maidstone and Deal. (
  • While cycling through the city, there are numerous off-bike activities that can make your trip more memorable. (
  • Many tour operators will include some of these great off-bike activities throughout your tour to help make the ride more exciting once you get into the urban centers. (
  • Off-bike activities give you a chance to recharge your legs while experiencing more of the country, making for a truly memorable bike tour. (
  • Mickey Z., Planet Green "How to Ride a Bike: The Most Basic Cycling Tip of All" 6 December 2011. (
  • Cyclists need to make sure they are well lit through the winter months, says the Cycling Action Network. (
  • Cyclists urged to light up on dim morningsEarly morning cyclists need to make sure they are well lit, say cycling advocates. (
  • In Spain, all cyclists must wear a helmet whilst cycling both on and off road. (
  • Passing through the mountains of the Applecross Penisula, this route is popular with cyclists and home to a sell out cycling events every year. (
  • Besides the difficulty of the rides, cyclists need to be prepared for cycling long distances in hot and humid conditions. (
  • Cyclists spent more than twice as many minutes per week on their leisure physical activity compared with other sports. (
  • In January , a different study found that some people experienced a longer menstrual cycle by an extra day after receiving one dose of the vaccine compared to those who were unvaccinated. (
  • IMSEAR at SEARO: Phagocytic activities of neutrophilic leukocytes in women in various phases of menstrual cycle, and in pregnancy. (
  • Saikia TC, Pramanik T, Thapa M. Phagocytic activities of neutrophilic leukocytes in women in various phases of menstrual cycle, and in pregnancy. (
  • This study evaluated the phagocytic activities of neutrophilic leukocytes in both sexes during reproductive age and in women in different phases of the menstrual cycle and in pregnancy. (
  • Menstrual cycle characteristics and reproductive hormone levels in women exposed to atrazine in drinking water. (
  • We examined the relationship between exposure to atrazine in drinking water and menstrual cycle function including reproductive hormone levels. (
  • Women 18-40 years old residing in agricultural communities where atrazine is used extensively (Illinois) and sparingly (Vermont) answered a questionnaire (n=102), maintained menstrual cycle diaries (n=67), and provided daily urine samples for analyses of luteinizing hormone (LH), and estradiol and progesterone metabolites (n=35). (
  • We present preliminary evidence that atrazine exposure, at levels below the US EPA MCL, is associated with increased menstrual cycle irregularity, longer follicular phases, and decreased levels of menstrual cycle endocrine biomarkers of infertile ovulatory cycles. (
  • Changes in hormones over the menstrual cycle and during pregnancy can trigger migraine attacks for some people. (
  • Comparison of outcome measures before and after the introduction of an antibiotic cycling policy in AAH and between the intervention hospital (AAH) and control hospital (CH). Reintroduction of standard antibiotic policy in AAH during October 2015-September 2016 to determine whether any effect observed during the intervention period was reversed upon return of the standard policy. (
  • Kalay, Alon and Nallareddy, Suresh and Sadka, Gil, Uncertainty and Sectoral Shifts: The Interaction between Firm-Level and Aggregate-Level Shocks, and Macroeconomic Activity (August 18, 2016). (
  • There are plenty of reasons to get excited about Victoria's Pedal to Produce cycling routes. (
  • Base yourself in a charming family-run farm with swimming pool prior to following a series of self-guided cycle routes through the captivating rural landscapes of Venetia. (
  • Several add-on cycle routes provide more of a challenge and are definitely worth attempting to discover even more of the surrounding area. (
  • Discover the best cycling routes in Spain for all levels. (
  • Resident road cycling junkie, Craig , has tried and tested a bunch of road cycling routes in the Highlands and here, he shares his top picks for a weekend cycle. (
  • Find the best cycling routes in and around Ogden, UT. (
  • Use our Travel Guide as a source of inspiration for planning your next adventure and browse through descriptions and route details of the most beautiful road cycling routes. (
  • NBCC embraces the diversity of cycling interests of its members, whether its social rides, racing, mountain biking, or cyclocross. (
  • Or just join the club with a Social Membership to take advantage of our member's benefits.Head over to our NBCC Social Group on Facebook to see upcoming rides and activities within the club. (
  • You can join one of our organised group rides or cycle alone. (
  • I've had a similar problem with recording long cycle rides. (
  • multi-activity rides vary in skill level and commitment. (
  • The promotion of cycling and walking for everyday physical activity not only promotes health but can also have positive effects on the environment. (
  • Alsace is one of France's best-kept secrets, making it an ideal choice for a relaxed independent walking or cycling holiday. (
  • Celebrating walking as the activity each of us does daily the awards recognize best efforts nationwide. (
  • Nelson with its 10% walking and 9% cycling modal share is a leading city in making cycling and walking friendly communities. (
  • Like our finalists learn how to help your local authority to understand that walking and cycling: improve economic development, public health, and the environment promote community well-being enhance quality of life at the personal level The award categories offer real world examples of what is being done in New Zealand to let people make the travel mode choices that suit their needs. (
  • Award categories: 1 ViaStrada Cycle Friendly Commitment by a Public Organisation 2 CAN Best Cycle Facility Project 3 CAN Best Cycling Promotion 4 CAN Cycle Friendly Commitment by a Business 5 CAN Cycle Champion 6 And the Special Auckland Transport Best Walking and Cycling Project Award The Cycle Friendly Awards devised by the Cycling Advocates Network (CAN) in 2003 acknowledge and celebrate notable achievements promoting cycling and cycle-friendly communities. (
  • Specialised in outdoor holidays since 2008, we organize walking holidays in France and the rest of Europe, cycling trips and snowshoeing holidays for outdoor enthusiasts from Ireland, the UK, Australia, Canada, and the US. (
  • Walking or cycling to work, vigorous housework, and taking the stairs instead of the lift are all ways in which individuals can fit more exercise into their daily lives to decrease their risk of cancer. (
  • Self-reported pre- or post-survey data showed a statistically significant increase in the amount of time spent engaged in moderate aerobic physical activity (e.g., walking briskly, light cycling)-85 minutes per week pre-survey and 104 minutes post-survey. (
  • Head to the ideal holiday destination for families and enjoy adventure activities including mountain biking, canoeing, rock climbing and skiing. (
  • Banff National Park and the Canadian Rockies, great for mountain biking or road cycling. (
  • It doesn't matter if you are shopping for the best GPS for mountain biking or the best fitness tracker for cycling , most of them will offer some kind of 24/7 heart rate monitoring. (
  • You'll probably need extra cover for 'extreme sports' for activities like mountain biking. (
  • A 2019 systematic review indicates that cycling is a useful exercise to help reduce body fat and body mass. (
  • We characterized its long-term chromospheric activity variability over 53 yr and used Zeeman Doppler Imaging to reconstruct the large-scale surface magnetic field for 12 epochs between 2007 and 2019. (
  • Ranging from Leisurely to Tough, the grading takes into account the daily cycling distances and terrain, as well as any technical riding skill required. (
  • If you've got anything other than a leisurely cycle ride planned, don't assume you're covered by your travel insurance cover. (
  • Whether you're new to cycling or hitting the saddle again after a long hiatus, a leisurely pace is likely to suit you. (
  • A set of vocabulary activities on the topic of the life cycle of a star including spelling list, spelling practice, word search, word scramble, and a crossword puzzle. (
  • The search for Earth-like planets around late-type stars using ultrastable spectrographs requires a very precise characterization of the stellar activity and the magnetic cycle of the star, since these phenomena induce radial velocity (RV) signals that can be misinterpreted as planetary signals. (
  • Cell cycle and apoptosis regulator 2 at the interface between DNA damage response and cell physiology. (
  • This package is for those who would like a hiking trip in addition to cycling and boattrip on beautiful Hardangervidda! (
  • Hiking, rafting, food and wine - some adventures encompass more than one activity. (
  • This holiday will appeal to anyone who can ride a bicycle and wants to enjoy a relaxing cycling holiday, in the rolling Umbrian Countryside, while exploring the areas medieval towns. (
  • While many cities throughout the USA and world have installed such facilities like the Queens example to great success, Miami-Dade County does not have a single on-road protected bicycle lane/cycle track. (
  • If the FDOT does not adopt the cycle track as an approved design standard as these major projects move forward, FODT will be 20 years behind other states and cities in implementing accepted bicycle facilities. (
  • A truly unique and authentic bicycle trip by combining sightseeing, coffee plantation tour and cultural insight with cycling activities through the unspoiled breathtaking countryside. (
  • The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends that adults perform at least 150 minutes of moderate aerobic physical activity, such as cycling, every week. (
  • Self Guided - The perfect choice for those who like to cycle independently, we have added support to minimise the hard work and planning. (
  • If you've been cycling for a long time, you probably have some sense of the various component groupsets Shimano offers for road bikes. (
  • Introduction to electric cycles (e-bikes) - to learn more about your electrically assisted cycle, or try one of ours before you buy. (
  • In the late afternoon, we adjust the bikes ready for cycling the next day. (
  • Whether you are a parent adding some educational activities to your day, a homeschooler making learning fun, or a teacher roudning out your weather lesson plan - this water cycle in a bag is sure to be a hit! (
  • Plus you'll love that water cycle in a bag experiment is super simple and quick to prepare! (
  • So what is the water cycle and how do you explain it to kids? (
  • We have handy water cycle worksheets and free flip book water cycle printables to help you explain it clearly, but let me recap it for you here for now. (
  • Start by drawing a a basic water cycle on your bag. (
  • If you opt for a more detailed water cycle I recommend you upgrade to a galloon size ziplock bag to accomidate the addition information you will be adding. (
  • Use tape to affix the bag to a sunny window where the water cycle can commense and your student(s) can easily see what is happening. (
  • This is a very simple recreation of a complex, but reliable water cycle that takes care of all living things on our planet. (
  • In our water cycle experiment in a bag the blue water at the bottom got hot and gegan to evaporate and rise up the bag towards the top. (
  • In the real water cycle , rain has more choices on where to go and it may not even be rain at all - it could be sleet or snow. (
  • The water cycle repeats itself over and over again, all year long. (
  • We have a preferred cascade here: (1) use in the same application as the one releasing the substance, (2) use in the water cycle, (3) use in the biological or technical cycle and finally (4) linear. (
  • The water cycle of the rainforest is an important key to keeping the forests healthy and strong. (
  • In this fun role-playing skit your students will be able to describe the various processes of the water cycle in the Amazon. (
  • By performing the skit they will understand the changes water goes through throughout the water cycle and that this cycle runs continuously with different processes happening at the same time. (
  • describe the various processes of the water cycle. (
  • As a class, students will learn how water is recycled in the Amazon habitat by performing a skit in which each student plays a part in the water cycle. (
  • Introduce or review the water cycle. (
  • The water cycle helps us understand how water moves around in the environment - in the air as vapor, on land as bodies of water, and in living things. (
  • Have students identify points in the water cycle where water changes from one form to another. (
  • Kemtec™ Water Filtration and Evaporation Deluxe Kit helps students learn about the water cycle, water treatment, and how the Earth filters groundwater. (
  • The flare registered as an X6.9 class sun storm, the largest of the Solar Cycle 24. (
  • Our star is now at " solar maximum ," the peak phase of its 11-year activity cycle. (
  • But this solar max is weak, and the overall current cycle, known as Solar Cycle 24, conjures up comparisons to the famously feeble Solar Cycle 14 in the early 1900s, researchers said. (
  • But such effects have rarely been seen during Solar Cycle 24, even though the total number of CMEs hasn't dropped off much, if at all. (
  • This lower pressure has allowed CMEs to expand greatly as they cruise through space, said Nat Gopalswamy of NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Md. Indeed, Solar Cycle 24 CMEs are, on average, 38 percent bigger than those measured during the last cycle - a difference with real consequences for folks here on Earth. (
  • Scientists also think they know why relatively few super-fast solar energetic particles, or SEPS, have been measured in Earth's neighborhood during the current cycle, which began in early 2008. (
  • It has to do with a weakened interplanetary magnetic field, another characteristic of Solar Cycle 24, they say. (
  • The strength or weakness of a solar cycle appears to be driven by the intensity of the sun's polar magnetic field during the previous cycle. (
  • The polar field is thought to feed the sunspots - dark and relatively cool patches on the sun that are the source of CMEs and solar flares - that come in during the next cycle, Gopalswamy said. (
  • The polar field was weak during Solar Cycle 23, so researchers suspected that Solar Cycle 24 would be underwhelming. (
  • Predictions about Solar Cycle 25 should start coming in two or three years, when the polar field reappears, Svalgaard said. (
  • Solar cycle 24 is ending and we are approaching a time of minimal solar activity between solar cycles 24 and 25, known as a solar minimum. (
  • Solar scientists did not pay much attention to the early warning signs that the Sun was behaving differently during solar cycle 23 (SC23), and to most the surprise came when the expected solar minimum failed to show up in 2006. (
  • The rapid decline in solar activity plus the appearance of the first SC25 spots suggest that SC24 could be both a low-activity and short solar cycle . (
  • Solar cycle activity versus cycle length. (
  • The Modern Maximum is a period of seven consecutive high activity solar cycles in a period that coincides with high anthropogenic CO 2 emissions and global warming (1935-2005). (
  • The longest such stretch of high solar activity known. (
  • While intuitively we all understand that a solar minimum is the period of time that shows the least amount of solar activity between two cycles, how the solar minimum is defined can make a difference of months in the date of the minimum. (
  • It has been established that Coronal Mass Ejections (CMEs) follow the phase of solar activity cycle. (
  • Influence of the phases solar activity cycle 23 on CMEs transit time were investigated using fast CMEs data with initial speed ≥ 900 kms-1 that were associated with intense geomagnetic storm obtained from Large Angle Spectrometric Coronagraph (LASCO) aboard the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO) for solar cycle 23. (
  • Linear correlation coefficients obtained for solar maximum period of solar cycle 23 for Ojih-Okeke model, VG2002 model, G2001 model and G2000 model were -0.63, -0.82, -0.78 and -0.79 respectively and those obtained for declining phase of solar cycle 23 were -0.93, -0.80, -0.80 and -0.86 respectively. (
  • There is no significant difference between the correlations obtained for solar maximum phase and the declining phase of solar cycle 23. (
  • The findings depict that phases of solar activity cycle has no significant influence on CMEs transit time. (
  • A comparative analysis of the ionospheric D-region parameter changes carried out for this location shows a greater increase in β and decrease in H ′ during low-solar activity period than during moderate-solar activity period, for the same class of flares. (
  • Our results also show greater differences in the values of β and H ′ for strong flares in comparison with weak flares under both low- and moderate-solar activity conditions. (
  • 2005 ) found that flares of C to X classes perturbed subionospheric VLF signals during a period of low-solar activity period between 2004 and 2005. (
  • Their results suggest that the occurrence of SPAs due to weak solar flares, of class C and below, was higher during solar minima, but the occurrence of SPAs was not dependent on the solar activity for stronger class flares. (
  • Although we observe only one reversal of the large-scale magnetic dipole, our results suggest that HD 75332 has a rapid ∼1.06 yr solar-like magnetic cycle where the magnetic field evolves in phase with its chromospheric activity. (
  • If a solar-like cycle is present, reversals of the large-scale radial field polarity are expected to occur at around activity cycle maxima. (
  • Solar Cycle Update: Twin Peaks? (
  • Something unexpected is happening on the sun. 2013 is supposed to be the year of Solar Max, the peak of the 11-year sunspot cycle. (
  • Yet 2013 has arrived and solar activity is relatively low. (
  • A new ScienceCast video explores the puzzling behavior of ongoing Solar Cycle 24. (
  • Conventional wisdom holds that solar activity swings back and forth like a simple pendulum. (
  • Astronomers have been counting sunspots for centuries, and they have seen that the solar cycle is not perfectly regular. (
  • Solar activity went up, dipped, then resumed, performing a mini-cycle that lasted about two years. (
  • Another curiosity of the solar cycle is that the sun's hemispheres do not always peak at the same time. (
  • Pesnell is a leading member of the NOAA/NASA Solar Cycle Prediction Panel, a blue-ribbon group of solar physicists who assembled in 2006 and 2008 to forecast the next Solar Max. (
  • The Solar Cycle 24 Prediction Panel has reached a consensus. (
  • The panel has decided that the next solar cycle (Cycle 24) will be below average in intensity, with a maximum sunspot number of 90. (
  • Given the tepid state of solar activity in Feb. 2013, a maximum in May now seems unlikely. (
  • Incidentally, Pesnell notes a similarity between Solar Cycle 24, underway now, and Solar Cycle 14, which had a double-peak during the first decade of the 20th century. (
  • This is an activity about the periodicity of the solar cycle. (
  • This is also the syntax used by DB2 (see ). (
  • but with enhanced safety and sanitary precautions, and an increased demand for outdoor activities, CDTA and CDPHP eased into the 2020 season. (
  • Many researchers note that cycling can help improve heart health. (
  • In what is believed to be the largest study of individual patients' seizure cycles, researchers found that most seizures followed a circadian rhythm. (
  • The fact that seizure occurrence did not favor a particular day of the week provides some support that cycles were not purely due to environmental causes or reporting biases (in the case of SeizureTracker data)," the researchers write. (
  • With contributions from researchers worldwide, Life Cycle Assessment provides a practical, global guide for those who wish to use LCA as a research tool or to inform policy, process, and product improvement. (
  • A team of researchers at UC Santa Barbara and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) investigated this previously neglected area of oceanography for signs of an overlooked global cycle. (
  • Researchers determined that most countries in Central and South America, South and Southeast Asia experienced a primary period of influenza activity from April to June. (
  • Researchers analyzed laboratory-confirmed influenza activity data for the seasons 2010 to 2015 from the WHO's FluNet reporting system, the largest global database for influenza virological surveillance data. (
  • This national thematic network was led by investigators at St. Louis University and consisted of university researchers, physical activity practitioners, and local partners. (
  • The area is well placed to see a boom in cycling tourism in the next few years thanks to its quiet country roads, pleasant climate, excellent food and wine and accessibility - Reus airport is just 15 minutes from the coastal towns of Cambrils and Salou, and Barcelona airport is 1 hour up the road. (
  • From the top of Croatia's Srdj Mountain, overlooking Dubrovnik with striking views, we cycle on village paths and paved roads to the historic Mlini Kupari settlement. (
  • As our riding is done mostly on sealed roads with the occasional gravel cycle path there are no technical cycling skills required - but given the hills involved we do suggest practicing riding downhill so you are comfortable with this once the trips begins. (
  • Our role extends to, advocating for improved cycle safety with local government and Main Roads, establishing WA's only school-based cycling academy, introducing kids to road rules, and supporting Ride to School events. (
  • Smooth roads, ocean views and varied off-road terrain, make Lanzarote a great location for a cycling holiday! (
  • The Achiltibuie route offers a challenging cycle with stunning coastal scenery on a mixture of single track and A class roads. (
  • Today's cycling tour leads along varied roads through remote villages in the Dalmatian inland to the beautiful port of Skradin, located at the foot of the Krka Canyon. (
  • On this relaxed cycling tour pedal through the mesmerising and beautiful Umbrian countryside. (
  • From London we cycle through the beautiful English countryside via the North Downs and onto Portsmouth, where we cross the channel to the French port city of Caen. (
  • 8:30am Meet you cycling guide at your hotel lobby in Bentota and start an exciting cycling tour in the countryside of Bentota. (
  • You will cycle another 8 kilometers passing some beautiful countryside attractions and cinnamon gardens before reaching a small lagoon where you are going to have your second refreshment. (
  • Venetia is a rural idyll and, unlike its main city, is very free of mass tourism, as you will discover cycling along the many quiet lanes that traverse this gently undulating countryside. (
  • Base for this single centre cycling week is the 13-room Agriturismol Albara, a family-run farm-hotel nestled just outside the tiny village of Villaganzerla in the heart of the Venetian countryside. (
  • Also included here are hands-on models for demonstrating different plant and animal life cycles. (
  • Experience true Southern hospitality as you explore secluded alpine valleys and remote lakes on a fully supported, 4 day cycle trail tour. (
  • As you explore the life cycle of a butterfly, complete this engaging, hands-on craft during a whole group lesson or science center! (
  • Countries such as Brazil, China and India which have varied flu seasonality and countries near the equator with year-round influenza activity could explore the marginal benefit of alternate vaccination times based on local flu seasonality. (
  • This fun activity is a great way to help children make the connection between the picture and the nomenclature (vocabulary). (
  • This is an activity about electromagnetism and the Sun. First, learners will do a KWL activity using six vocabulary words. (
  • We have measured different chromospheric activity indicators (H alpha, CaiiHK, and Nai D), as well as the full width at half-maximum (FWHM), of the cross-correlation function computed for a sub-set of the spectroscopic data. (
  • Only 61 Cyg A (K5V) and τ Boo (F8V) are currently known to have magnetic cycles like the Sun's, where the large-scale magnetic field polarity reverses in phase with the star's chromospheric activity cycles. (
  • This year's bumper crop of nominations features the best efforts of government, business, local groups, and individuals to make cycling an attractive option. (
  • The central theme for this year's Emerging Technologies Hype Cycle is Digital Business (see Figure 1). (
  • In any given year, EPA is managing the current year's budget and performance activities, planning for the next year's activities, and reporting to the President, Congress, and the American public on the prior year's achievements and challenges. (
  • 2001 · цитируется: 81 - harvesting is allowed every 35 years (cutting cycle). (
  • 2001 · цитируется: 81 - in contrast, the philippine selective logging prescribes a cutting cycle of 35 years. (
  • Health Trak: ergonomics and contractor activity planning: report on cycle 5: January 2001. (
  • From Colmar to Strasbourg : Discover the famous Alsace vineyards along the Alsace wine road cycle trail. (
  • We cycle on an undulating road along the Nam Ou River and stop at Pak Ou to visit the famous caves filled with Buddha images. (
  • Continue cycling on an old Austrian road to Kotor, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. (
  • Therefore, some of the FDOT's biggest roadway projects in Miami-Dade County like the proposed redesigns of Alton Road in Miami Beach, Flagler Street in Little Havana, Brickell Avenue and Biscayne Boulevard will not include cycle tracks. (
  • Drawing inspiration from the running world, Giro's Empire E70 Knit Cycling Shoe gives provides us with elevated comfort and performance out on the road thanks to its unique knit upper. (
  • Shimano's entry-level RC1 Limited Edition Cycling Shoe hits the sweet spot between spin-class readiness and day-to-day road cycling. (
  • The RC1 is equipped to pair with 3-bolt cleat systems making it ideal for road-specific cycling or the at-home trainer. (
  • the Racing Group, which takes part in road races and track sprints, and the Cycle Ball Group, which plays soccer on bicycles. (
  • Confident road cycling - to give you the skills and confidence to cycle safely on the road. (
  • For more information on safe cycling, visit the Kent Road Safety website . (
  • This superb 7 day cycling adventure from Christchurch to Queenstown is road biking heaven. (
  • You cycle the "romantic road" to Urnes, in idyllic landscapes along the fjord, passing small farms where they grow fruit and berries. (
  • The name of today's cycle route: "the romantic road" derives from this period. (
  • Each year, the APDER cycle was used to embed data collection procedures at the instructor and participant level to reveal the next evolution of the program. (
  • We argue that aggregate trademark data reflect firm-level choices that can help predict business cycles. (
  • The analysis of generalized Lomb-Scargle periodograms of the time series of different activity indicators reveals that the rotation period of the star is 145 +/- 15d, consistent with the expected rotation period according to the low activity level of the star and previous claims. (
  • The Activity Level dial offers an immediate illustration of just how challenging the trip will be. (
  • The activity levels are equivalent to our previous grading, so if you're used to B grade cycling you'll be perfectly at home on a level 3 (Moderate) trip. (
  • Orthopedic surgeons may recommend cycling on level surfaces or indoors after surgeries such as total hip and knee arthroplasty. (
  • Because the level of service provided by each project alternative in the analysis is assumed to be the same, LCCA allows transportation agencies to evaluate alternatives on the basis of their life-cycle costs. (
  • While the cycling distances on this trip are relatively short the stunning terrain of northern Tuscany is naturally hilly so you'll need a reasonable level of fitness to enjoy the trip - but remember, we will always have the support vehicle on hand if you need to take a break for an hour or a day. (
  • This Online Training (OLT) module provides an entry level introduction to the full nuclear system life-cycle, but with major emphasis on the joint processes and responsibilities for the sustainment of our nuclear weapons, also known as Phase 6.X. (
  • This study predicts and finds that the interaction of firm-level and aggregate-level shocks explains a significant portion of shocks to macroeconomic activity. (
  • The mandatory qualification required for Bikeability cycle instructors is the Level 2 Award In Instructing Cycle Training. (
  • When GDP reaches its peak level, meaning inflation and interest rates are as high as they're going to get during the cycle and unemployment has hit a low, GDP will eventually tip downward into what we call the recession or contractionary period. (
  • In addition to applying occupational health regulations, physical distancing, adapted to the level of risk (prevalence of infections) and degree of necessity of the activities (production or service), is considered as one of the mandatory and efficient policies to respond COVID-19 epidemics by controlling exposures and transmission cycles. (
  • Necessity of the activity (production or service) and level of the risk (prevalence of infection in the region or clusters in the target activity/job environment) were considered as the main two factors in Iranian decision-making model. (
  • The second step is classifying the whole country based on level of the risk in the province, district or industrial zone and the activity type/unit (table2). (
  • Forth step is identifying level of authorized activity for the production and service activities according to the matrix of risk level and necessity coding (table3). (
  • Numerous studies have found that crashes between bicycles and traffic diminish when a protected cycle track is available. (
  • Shop at for women's cycling apparel. (
  • The Women's Health Initiative Objective Physical Activity and Cardiovascular Health study (OPACH) followed 5,446 women, 63 and older, for more than eight years. (
  • The correct syntax for changing the cycling behavior of an auto-increment column is. (
  • The study, led by lead author Dr. Dorothy Dunlop, examined whether time spent in sedentary behavior, such as sitting, is related to disability in activities of daily living (ADL), like simply moving around the home or apartment, independent of time spent in moderate-vigorous activity in older adults. (
  • As the authors note, the study contributes substantially to the growing body of literature identifying sedentary behavior as a "separate disability risk factor" and not simply a "synonym for inadequate physical activity. (
  • recently noted slow progress in the evolution of physical activity interventions that targeted individual behavior change to ones that focus on multilevel policy and environmental changes. (
  • Enjoy a challenging guided cycling tour. (
  • A real 'Tour de Nature' to remember with this cycling route. (
  • Exercise the body and the mind with a leg pumping, eye-opening cycling tour of Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand. (
  • We've put together a brief explanation of each of our activity levels so that you can find the right tour for you. (
  • It is here that we begin our first cycling tour, crossing the bridge to the island of Murter before continuing on to the Slanica on the northwest of the island. (
  • as the class setting for today's activity. (
  • Today's cycle leads along the east coast offering beautiful views of the sea and the mainland. (
  • Background information on massive stars and medium stars and activities with subjects such as star life, constellation shapes, nebula terminology, astronomical distances, and pulsars is included. (
  • Try running or cycling shorter distances than you usually do. (
  • We also find evidence of a long-term cycle of 10 +/- 2yr that is consistent with previous estimates of magnetic cycles from photometric time series in other M stars of similar activity levels. (
  • It has long been suspected that patterns of epileptic seizures exist, but these patterns have been poorly defined, chiefly because no accurate databases of seizure activity over sufficiently long time frames were available, Cook and colleagues note. (
  • It is remarkable that the group of Mark Cook found such long-lasting cycling alterations in seizure propensity over several weeks, which have also been reported in chronic psychiatric diseases," he writes. (
  • While the direct correlation between the COVID-19 vaccine and altered period cycles is unknown, the study emphasizes it's not uncommon for the uterine reproduction system to adapt to stressors as a way to avoid long-term challenges with fertility, particularly an acute immune stressor such as the vaccine. (
  • Tracking is how OKRs work for you all cycle long. (
  • Saving battery power can be a big issue for cycling long trips if you don't want to miss Naviki's navigation. (
  • In 1860 French economist Clément Juglar first identified economic cycles 7 to 11 years long, although he cautiously did not claim any rigid regularity. (
  • Given continued and increasing volatility in daily count data, we continue to encourage all users to prioritize weekly counts and long-term trends (over several weeks) as a more reliable measure of COVID-19 epidemiological activity and trends within countries/territories/areas, and at regional and global levels. (
  • Whatever your favourite outdoor activity, Tiso has all the gear you need from the best outdoor brands in the world. (
  • Hopefully, you already have your own rock cycle diagram or worksheet to use as a concept introduction. (
  • SAN FRANCISCO - The sun's current space-weather cycle is the most anemic in 100 years, scientists say. (
  • Studying cool star magnetic activity gives an important insight into the stellar dynamo and its relationship with stellar properties, as well as allowing us to place the Sun's magnetism in the context of other stars. (
  • The second peak, if it occurs, will likely feature the southern hemisphere playing catch-up, with a surge in activity south of the sun's equator. (
  • Acorn Naturalists offers an array of food chain and life cycle activity guides and educational resources. (
  • The study found a strong relationship between sedentary time and the presence of ADL disability among older adults, regardless of how much time the subjects spent in other, more physically vigorous activities. (
  • Sedentary people were compared with those who reported physical activity primarily in the following sports: tennis, badminton, soccer, jogging, cycling, low-intensity calisthenics (referred to as "gymnastics"), swimming, and health club activities (which included treadmill, elliptical trainer, and weight training) (Table). (
  • Every type of physical activity was associated with longer life expectancy compared with being sedentary. (
  • The Cycle Factory is a hands-on way for you to learn how natural cycles play a crucial part in the world around you. (
  • Multicomponent physical activity interventions are needed to increase the proportion of older adults meeting the Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans. (
  • So whether you're an occasional cyclist wishing to amble through the Loire valley, or a hardened singletrack mountain biker wanting to test your cycling skills in Morocco's Atlas Mountains' then the chances are Exodus will have a trip to suit. (
  • As most people cite safety issues as their biggest barrier to cycling for transportation, cycletracks offer a solution that not only makes traveling safer for the cyclist, but for the motorist as well. (
  • 2WALKandCYCLE Conference - Communities on the Move Supporting the Conference theme of "Communities on the move" the thirty awards finalists show case real world examples of how cycling contributes to creating communities where people walk and cycle. (
  • Globally, Hg emission from biomass burning contributes significantly to the Hg cycle 9 , but the contributions of different crop residues via burning have not been quantified. (
  • The first phase of cycling will be 14 kilometers in a flat terrain. (
  • A company's expenditure cycle involves ordering and receiving goods and services. (
  • The first step in the expenditure cycle is to order materials, supplies and services for the company. (
  • A predicted schedule of activities and their associated agency and user costs combine to form a projected expenditure stream for each project alternative. (
  • Once the expenditure streams have been determined for the different competing alternatives, the objective is to calculate the total life-cycle costs for each alternative. (
  • Activity, energy expenditure and energy requirements of infants and children : proceedings of an IDECG workshop held in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA, November 14 to 17, 1989 / Beat Schürch and Nevin S. Scrimshaw, editors. (
  • The Garmin Cycle Map on Edge 830 comes with integrated TrailForks trail data. (
  • The eGC1 Activity Locations page in SPAERC will now display as expanded by default, for easier viewing of relevant data without additional clicks. (
  • For the study, the investigators used data from two unique databases of seizure activity. (
  • Recently when I try to look at the data for my cycle the app just completely crashes and closes and eventually my cycle data was deleted without me doing anything! (
  • To fully understand the psychology and characteristics of these market cycles, there are few data sets more suitable to study than the Bitcoin ledger itself. (
  • ModelOps is how analytical models are cycled from the data science team to the IT production team in a regular cadence of deployment and updates. (
  • [7] This interval of periodicity is also commonplace, as an empirical finding, in time series models for stochastic cycles in economic data. (
  • There are certain data points that economists pay close attention to because they believe they give us insight into the state of the business cycle. (
  • At the conclusion of their MEC appointment, participants were recruited to participate in post-MEC data collection activities. (
  • For their study, the authors analyzed data from the 2003-2004 and 2005-2006 NHANES cycles. (
  • There are many known modeling paradigms to describe the dynamics of system in process-oriented, event-based and activity-based view points. (
  • The objective of this study was to detail the longitudinal, quasi-experimental work that spans 5 years to describe outcomes across RE-AIM (reach, effectiveness, adoption, implementation, and maintenance) dimensions of integrating a physical activity intervention for older adults into the Cooperative Extension System through the assess, plan, do, evaluate, report (APDER) cycle. (
  • Develop a model to describe the cycling of matter and flow of energy among living and nonliving parts of an ecosystem. (
  • Through study of Bitcoin cycles, we can establish sets of assumptions and fractals to describe the balance between supply and demand. (
  • The author describe CYCLE_ACTIVITY.STALLS_MEM_ANY as one Intel's implementation of Top-Down metrics on IvyBridge, But I can't find which event for ivybridge exactly decribes "CYCLE_ACTIVITY.STALLS_MEM_ANY", thank you. (
  • Utah SEEd 3.2.1 Develop models to describe patterns of change that organisms go through during their life cycles. (
  • Typically their periodicity has a wide range from around 2 to 10 years (the technical phrase "stochastic cycle" is often used in statistics to describe this kind of process. (
  • We have graded all our cycling tours to help you choose the right one. (
  • Challenging tours are all about the cycling and the awe-inspiring sights you'll see along the way, with less time for traditional sightseeing. (
  • Many cycle tours will include more activities than just cycling, striving to provide the best and most memorable experience for those who seek it. (
  • Cycling is a low impact type of aerobic activity that can benefit a person's health and fitness. (
  • It offers all the advantages of aerobic activity, with some extra health perks as well. (
  • The main benefit of grading is to provide you with an overall indicator to compare one cycling trip against another. (
  • Our main activities are practicing hang gliding and paragliding. (
  • I wanted to measure stall cycles due to back-end, specifically due to main memory. (
  • This would not be unusual since cycle length and cycle activity do not correlate significantly (figure 1). (
  • The proprietary PCR buffer significantly reduces the time required to form the polymerase, primer, and template complex, reducing the total PCR cycling time from approximately 1.5 hours to just 20 minutes. (
  • The QIAGEN Fast Cycling PCR Kit combines the high performance of HotStarTaq Plus DNA Polymerase with a significantly shortened PCR cycling time on any thermal cycler. (
  • In a cohort of 43 SLE patients (19 with inactive and 24 with active SLE) and 20 healthy controls, serial measures of soluble vascular cell adhesion molecule (sVCAM-1) were significantly associated with SLE disease activity, scored using the British Isles Lupus Assessment Group index. (
  • A disorder characterized by two or more episodes in which the patient's mood and activity levels are significantly disturbed, this disturbance consisting on some occasions of an elevation of mood and increased energy and activity (hypomania or mania) and on others of a lowering of mood and decreased energy and activity (depression). (
  • The phagocytic activities were found more in pregnancy and during the ovulatory period in women. (
  • Many guidelines recommend that for substantial health benefits, adults should try to perform 150-300 or 75-150 minutes of moderate or vigorous intensity aerobic activities per week. (