Our results suggest that individual differences in competitive ability may be explained by two sources of behavioural variation: a heritable personality trait (exploration behaviour) and a repeatable cognitive trait (innovative problem-solving). In males, competitive ability was itself repeatable and correlated positively with both dominance rank and exploration behaviour, but negatively with problem-solving performance. The repeatability of competitive ability was assessed over a short time period, and only among those individuals that visited the feeder on consecutive days. The stability of competitive ability over longer time periods and in different social or physical conditions is unknown, though we note that exploration behaviour and problem-solving performance are repeatable in our population over years [41,50], suggesting that competitive ability may also be stable over longer time periods. To our knowledge, this is the first demonstration that a repeatable measure of competitive ability ...
Variation in the reactivity of the endocrine stress axis is thought to underlie aspects of persistent individual differences in behavior (i.e. animal personality). Previous studies, however, have focused largely on estimating baseline or peak levels of glucocorticoids (CORT), often in captive animals. In contrast, the temporal dynamics of the HPA axis-how quickly it turns on and off, for example-may better indicate how an individual copes with stressors. Moreover, these HPA components might be correlated, thereby representing endocrine suites. Using wild-caught great tits (Parus major) we tested birds for exploratory behavior using a standardized novel environment assay that serves as a validated proxy for personality. We then re-captured a subset of these birds (n=85) and characterized four components of HPA physiology: baseline, endogenous stress response, a dexamethasone (DEX) challenge to estimate the strength of negative feedback, and an adrenocorticotropic hormone (ACTH) challenge to ...
Elias, P K.; Elias, M F.; and Eleftheriou, B E., " Emotionality, exploratory behavior, and locomotion in aging inbred strains of mice." (1975). Faculty Research 1970 - 1979. 597 ...
Over the holidays, NASAs Curiosity rover returned new images of "Snake River" and is now in a shallow depression called "Yellowknife Bay." This is the 147th day of the mission and Curiosity has driven 702 meters on the Martian surface.. Pasadena, California - After imaging during the holidays, NASAs Mars rover Curiosity resumed driving Jan. 3 and pulled within arms reach of a sinuous rock feature called "Snake River.". Snake River is a thin curving line of darker rock cutting through flatter rocks and jutting above sand. Curiositys science team plans to get a closer look at it before proceeding to other nearby rocks.. "Its one piece of the puzzle," said the missions project scientist, John Grotzinger of the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena. "It has a crosscutting relationship to the surrounding rock and appears to have formed after the deposition of the layer that it transects.". The drive during the missions 147th Martian day, or sol, on the Red Planet took Curiosity about ...
Cats, techno and decreased novelty-seeking behaviour: a teleofunctionalist approach to the role played by Toxoplasma Gondii in the popularity of repetitive dance music in Western European society".. http://thisiscentralstation.com/featured-blog/mix-blog-13-channels-of-sonic-warfare/. ...
nasa curiosity rover, ... But later this week, NASAs Mars Curiosity Rover will explore a sand dune ... of dunes on another planet. Curiosity is currently on its way ...
Novelty-seeking, a personality trait long associated with trouble, turns out to be one of the crucial predictors of emotional and physical well-being.
The 16/6-idiotype (16/6-Id) of the human anti-DNA antibody was found to induce experimental lupus in naïve mice, manifested by production of autoantibodies, leukopenia and elevated inflammatory markers, as well as kidney and brain involvement. We assessed behavior and brain pathology of naive mice injected intra-cerebra-ventricularly (ICV) with the 16/6-Id antibody. C3H female mice were injected ICV to the right hemisphere with the human 16/6-Id antibody or commercial human IgG antibodies (control). The mice were tested for depression by the forced swimming test (FST), locomotor and explorative activity by the staircase test, and cognitive functions were examined by the novel object recognition and Y-maze tests. Brain slices were stained for inflammatory processes. 16/6-Id injected mice were cognitively impaired as shown by significant differences in the preference for a new object in the novel object recognition test compared to controls (P = 0.012). Similarly, the preference for spatial novelty in
Oliverio, A; Eleftheriou, B E.; and Bailey, D W., " Exploratory activity: genetic analysis of its modification by scopolamine and amphetamine." (1973). Faculty Research 1970 - 1979. 355 ...
Draw Curiosity is a science website run by Inés Dawson from the University of Oxford, covering a range of topics from Biology to Mathematics, there is always something new to be learnt!
Being able to quickly identify anomalous behaviour allows to reduce downtimes and keep our spacecrafts healthy. The current approach built in our Mission Control System is to use out-of-limits checks. However, many behaviours are anomalous even if they are within limits. Novelty detectio…
According to research published in the journal Cell, when curiosity stimulates production of dopamine, what you learn sticks with you longer.
Have you ever looked at the objects inside a curiosity box? What did you see and what did they feel like? Did you recognise some of them or were there things in there that youd never seen before? Books that take the magical charm of collecting ... - 9781445146409 - QBD Books - Buy Online for Better Range and Value.
perform appreciate the perspectives and curiosity of Drs. of breasts carcinogenesis. As previously recorded (2) weve attended great measures to characterize the kinase inhibitor profile of SR-3029 using two distinct kinase profiling systems. These analyses as well as the crystal constructions of SR3029 destined to CK1δ and CK1ε (Roush and Knapp unpublished) possess exposed that SR-3029 can be an extremely selective dual CK1δ/CK1ε inhibitor which additional kinases that are weakly inhibited (10-collapse lower Kd) by SR-3029 (e.g. FLT3) possess ICG-001 little regarding the anti-cancer activity of SR-3029 (2). Further profiling SR-3029 against a -panel of ion stations GPCRs and additional enzyme focuses on using the Ricerca Business lead Profiling platform exposed that SR-3029 got no significant activity against the protein tested. Along with this genetic research showing that particular silencing of CK1δ mimics the consequences of SR-3029 (1) these data are in keeping with CK1δ becoming the ...
In this paper we propose a newly multiple particle swarm optimizers with diversive curiosity (MPSO α/DC) for enhancing the search performance. It has three outstanding features: (1) Implementing...
I thought you might be interested in looking at Curiosity rover finds.. https://www.neowin.net/forum/topic/1129572-curiosity-rover-finds/?do=findComment&comment=595439136 ...
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Posted are snaps of Taylored Curiosities table at the recent ToyConUK - which featured a swell selection of creations and jewelry-themed pieces, and as well a series of custom Giant Monster Embryo (seen below) and an Embryo customized by Jon-Paul Kaiser on the event-day itself (displayed alongside a new collaborative piece with Alto, perhaps? More on that "Seedling" later). Peep more, along with a short Q&A I had with Penny Taylor ...
The results of an open field test for aged CMRS group rats (Mean ± SD) (n = 6). *p | 0.05, **p | 0.001, †p | 0.05, ‡p | 0.001, different from c
Our data show that low-dose VCD administered outside the brain during early development effectively suppresses CMV inside the brain of infected mice via two different sites of action. One is that VCD reduces peripheral levels of CMV, thereby decreasing the amount of virus available for entry into the brain. A second is that VCD acts directly within the brain to block existing brain CMV infection. These results are consistent with anti-CMV activity of VCD outside the brain (Ornaghi et al., 2016). Importantly, the antiviral action of VCD begins shortly after administration and effectively attenuates CMV levels throughout the brain during the critical period of postnatal brain development. This decrease in viral load is accompanied by a concomitant restoration of normal early neurological outcomes in infected neonatal mice treated with VCD. Late-onset neurobehavioral dysfunction, including motor impairment and social and exploratory behavior disturbances, as well as virally induced deficient brain ...
With the useful effect of GUO administration, as evaluated by the spontaneous SPDB web exploratory behavior of rodents for 15 days. 1st, a study was performed
The central dogma of molecular biology DNA-> RNA-> Protein shows the direction of flow of information of how the cells use the information stored in our DNA to make the necessary proteins. But the situation in most eukaryotes is a little more complex than that simple statement. In most eukaryotes, a gene sequence in a DNA is interrupted by non- coding information. Hence to make a protein, a cell first has to transcribe the gene (make a RNA copy of the gene, called pre-mRNA) and then modify the pre-mRNA by removing the non-coding sequence (intron) and joining the coding sequences (exons) together. The modified mRNA is then exported from the nucleus (where it was made) to the cytoplasm where the ribosome uses it as a template to make the protein. In simple English, the gene for making a proteinA looks like this "HEREabhjhdyfrhUSEndcbldfhdfmMEd ldshhglgmcFORdbfhdflhfnmc PROTEIN A". The task of the cells is to remove the gibberish and make a readable text out of the given instruction - HERE USE ME ...
Bio: In films from 1930, Scottish character-actor Hay Petrie usually showed up in eccentric bit roles. Petries larger film assignments included the unspeakable Quilp in The Old Curiosity Shop (1936) and the mentally defective John Aloysius Evan in 21 Days Together (1937). Many consider his portrayal of the MacLaggan in The Ghost Goes West (1936) to be the actors… More Bio: In films from 1930, Scottish character-actor Hay Petrie usually showed up in eccentric bit roles. Petries larger film assignments included the unspeakable Quilp in The Old Curiosity Shop (1936) and the mentally defective John Aloysius Evan in 21 Days Together (1937). Many consider his portrayal of the MacLaggan in The Ghost Goes West (1936) to be the actors finest hour and a half. Active until his death, Hay Petries last role of note was Uncle Pumblechook in Great Expectations (1946). ...
The brains and bodies of young female rats can be accelerated into puberty by the presence of an older male or by stimulation of the genitals.. 1 Comment. ...
cellular machinery of life generates. Meanwhile, subtle changes and imperfections at every level of biological organization give rise to the diseases and disorders associated with aging and impose limits on the duration of life, but ultimately, these changes and imperfections drive the evolutionary process itself. The juxtaposition of Michelangelos perfection and Darwins flaws embodies the linked stories of reproduction and death.. ...
Anomalies and curiosities of medicine being an encyclopedic collection of rare and extraordinary cases, and of the most striking instances of abnormality in all branches of medicine and surgery, derived form an exhaustive research of medical literature from its origin to the present day, abstracted, classified, annotated, and ...
「流離 Dear...」 (Ryuuri) Wandering Okay... Im way too tired to be writing about an episode like this, so you guys can have first crack at it. Ill have a full write-up tomorrow. I didnt intend to make my original note to be as sarcastic as it ended up sounding -- as I was simply too tired from work to put together a coherent post for such an episode full of interesting developments -- but it does touch upon my ever-changing impression of this series.
Daily News How Gaining and Losing Weight Affects the Body Millions of measurements from 23 people who consumed extra calories every day for a month reveal changes in proteins, metabolites, and gut microbiota that accompany shifts in body mass.. ...
I have called hunters huntscum on this forum in the PAST and reminded xveganx that it would not be a good idea to post it in comments. The only reason you read the huntscum comment is because don posted it. If it was a direct quote from xveganx she would not have been able to delete her post and the quote from don could have been deleted. She could have denied it out right and he would not have been able to prove it ...
I have called hunters huntscum on this forum in the PAST and reminded xveganx that it would not be a good idea to post it in comments. The only reason you read the huntscum comment is because don posted it. If it was a direct quote from xveganx she would not have been able to delete her post and the quote from don could have been deleted. She could have denied it out right and he would not have been able to prove it ...
「日常9」 (Nichijou 9) My Ordinary Life 9 The pure randomness of this show never fails to brighten my day. Boy do I wish High School was this awesome over here in the states. Announcing marriage plans, thrusting teachers into the air, and even getting free bags of rice -- WHO WOULDNT WANT A FREE BAG OF RICE?
Because I am, I often link to Amazon.com in my posts. When I do, I am using affiliate links. That means that I can get a tiny bit of change in my account if you go ahead and buy something at Amazon after clicking through. But I never link to Amazon unless it is something I really want to share in my journal ...
Hello, im on antibiotics for a sinus infection. im also on an other pill for acne and another one for allergies. i take them ALL in the morning. so, i was wondering, what would happen if i drunk a wine cooler in the late evening time. wou
To ensure a familiar environment, Accent was built to comply with Shopifys content and coding requirements for commercial themes. This includes full support for the Language editor across all template files. All copy on the site, can be easily edited. Its fully internationalized and translation ready ...
Alright, this is unsettling just to type about,but,curiosity finds me telling this. Disclaimer:What you are about to read was actually experienced in a completely sane,sober state as fucked up as it is. Its not something that happened in a dream or a movie and its not some dillusion. Alright, Im not sure how to explain this. So, Im just going to start and make it straight forward. Alright,so, when I was a baby my grandfather had a stroke. He was rushed to hospital and put on life
Browse our selection of social studies activities and crafts. They're the perfect what to pique your kid's curiosity about the world around her.
Knauer develops and manufactures liquid chromatography instrumentation which is used in laboratories for tasks such as identification, quantification and isolation. Pure curiosity is what drives this business since Dr Herbert Knauer founded the company 50 years ago. To be at the service of the user in the lab has always been a central idea at Knauer - in this way the company has earned a reputation for delivering high-quality, easy-to-use instruments at a reasonable price.. ...
I have an amazing Totoro hoodie and a badge but I had never seen the movie before. Of course I had seen images and gifs and vines about it so I thought Totoro was adorable. However my curiosity ultimately won and I got comfy and finally watched Totoro. So without further delay lets get down…
Humphrey took the unconventional set up in his stride and thoughtfully reflected on drawing people (not models; airfix make models) whilst Sue talked about the experiences of modelling whilst taking part in drawing herself, sketching our very own Francesca Cluney. Frankie for her part, centre stage and consummately professional, held a pose that overran by at least forty five minutes without word of complaint for a room full of twenty five diligent draftsman who scribbled, sweltered and occasionally chipped in the their two-pennies worth to the conversation. Everybody, from the sound man, to the production team, to the magnificent Drawchestra who played us in showed all the curiosity, engagement and consideration that I have become used to seeing in a life drawing studio. I dont know if it is simply the case that lovely people are drawn to life drawing, or that spending two hours looking intently at another person makes you that bit more empathetic, but I counted myself particularly lucky to be ...
(04-19-2017, 05:43 PM)Steverino Wrote: Just out of curiosity.. when did you really notice the benefit. I am 8 weeks now and sleep not good. If you are not sleeping well and are using a CPAP machine I
Well, its not really a secret that "Supernatural" was in development for just about 10 years and this has definitely raised some curiosity among the world. The truth is that there had to be variations made in order to get networks to actually water at the mouth when it was presented to them and there werent very many people who really wanted to take the chance of adding this concept into the lineup of their already-successful shows. What has been ignored is the fact that "Supernatural" has surpassed the expectations that the creator had for how long it would run and this has led him to crafting even more seasons to keep this unique, yet addictive paranormal TV show going for many years to come ...
But for real I just want to take the time now and say I thought David Icke seemed like a really nice and entertaining person. I would go just for curiositys sake, for entertainment, and I would behave. lol. I promise. I would take some video and pictures if I was in the mood or felt comfortable enough doing that but I would never, ever post anyones picture up here if they didnt approve of it first. In person, if I feel nervous or uncomfortable, Im very quiet. I might not talk the entire night, just sayin ...
Figured Ill answer this one on the list, since most of us probably deal with this question at one point or another. On Mon, 19 Jun 2006, security curmudgeon wrote: , : Just out of curiosity - in retrospect, do you think that , : split-by-executable has worked well for OSVDB? Its a clear rule and , : easily understood, which is a big win. , , I can easily argue both methods as far as VDBs go. I have one entry in my , queue that I groan at and push to another day over and over, because it is , a huge split (remote file inclusion). , ,... , , Does it benefit our users to have 70 entries for this product? Our rules , state we should split them out, but does it actually benefit anyone? Weve faced this problem in CVE on several occasions; off the top of my head, we have: - the PROTOS project disclosures - from SNMP in 2002 and beyond. PROTOS style analyses *should* get dozens or hundreds of CVEs, but the data isnt there sometimes, and other times... well, it could literally take a week of ...
It should be noted that the brief descriptions given are just that "brief." Their purpose is to hopefully instill a little curiosity and encourage the reader to seek out further knowledge on these people and topics. ...
To Anyone From another post I have mentioned I have had Sclero 30ish years, in terms of Scero years and curiosity has got the better of me, as I have looked at a lot of posts from newly diagnosed people who ask for support. Hope you dont mind me asking but are there people out there who have had...
Whether newborns or toddlers, they are very active and get excited about each and everything around them. Curiosity for touching everything near to them to know what the things are all about is unimaginable. It is like they are new to world and want to know each and everything about surrounding. Baby toys are the best
(04-02-2013 04:16 PM)Luminon Wrote: Are you willing to share some of them? Just out of curiosity. I get it if you dont want to. Some things are just too crazy and weird to share. Share some hallucina
I have a curiosity... Just upgraded to Moz 1.6, and seem to be unable to jump to certain links from my email (using Kmail 1.5.3) messages. Example: I
Maybe teaching isnt about delivering information. Maybe its really about providing a landscape where curiosity takes root, growing a unique, vibrant, continual source of knowledge.
Thanks, i will read you post later. By curiosity, do you use dragon naturally speaking ? Because you are very fast to type ! ;)