Monthly Archives: January 2016

Does Exposure to Noise Lead to Decreased Regulatory Abilities, and Increased Aggression?

Author(s): Farzaneh Pahlavan, Melana Arouss ABSTRACT Recent advances in the study of affective-cognitive regulation of aggressive behavior suggest positive correlations between poor executive capacities (ECF) and negative reactivity. If the global assumption is correct what are the likely implications of … Continue reading

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Sclerotia Formation and Toxin Production in Large Sclerotial Aspergillus flavus Isolates from Kenya

Author(s): S. A. Okoth, B. Nyongesa, V. Joutsjoki, H. Korhonen, V. Ayugi, E. K. Kang’ethe ABSTRACT We studied the relationship between sclerotia formation and aflatoxin production by Aspergillusflavus strains isolated from maize kernels from Nandi County. Isolates recovered from maize … Continue reading

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Application of High-Frequency Gravitational Waves to the Cataclysmic Event of Our First Encounter with Intelligent Extraterrestrial Beings

Author(s): Robert M. L. Baker, Bonnie Sue Baker ABSTRACT Three advances are proposed as a pathway to the cataclysmic event of our first encounter with intelligent extraterrestrial beings. First, discovery of very large numbers of extraterrestrial planets, “exoplanets” (possibly as … Continue reading

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Analysis on E-Commerce Crisis in China in the International Trade Environment

Author(s): Yanmei Li ABSTRACT The update and development of e-commerce have brought new opportunities and challenges to enterprises in China. E-commerce promotes the formation of global market. It reduces the trade cost, improves the trade efficiency, improves customer satisfaction, etc. … Continue reading

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Stem Cells: Daddy or Chips? —An Up-to-Date Review on Ground-Breaking Discoveries in Stem Cell Research, with Special Attention to iPSC Applications in Osteoarthritis

Author(s): Pierre Luc Pace, Renald Blundel ABSTRACT “Stem Cells is what stem cells does” not Forrest Gump In the present day Stem Cells are increasingly becoming popularized as the potential “ultimate” cure for the most challenging maladies… the “Daddy of … Continue reading

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Illegal Logging and Related Trade: Who Combat It as Legal Subjects?

Author(s): Jing Qian , Bin Xu , Hongqiang Yang, Ying Nie ABSTRACT Issue on illegal logging and related trade is a hot topic for the international community. It has brought the negative effects to the sustainable development on global society, … Continue reading

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The Financial and Economic Crisis, Its Impacts on the Shipping Industry, Lessons to Learn: The Container-Ships Market Analysis

Author(s): Bomboma Kalgora, Tshibuyi Mutinga Christian ABSTRACT The container shipping, the important beneficiary and the major element of globalization, has remained a way of moving goods all over the world at an ever-increasing pace since not long ago. With China … Continue reading

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On a Simpler, Much More General and Truly Marvellous Proof of Fermat’s Last Theorem (I)

Author(s): Golden Gadzirayi Nyambuya ABSTRACT English mathematics Professor, Sir Andrew John Wiles of the University of Cambridge finally and conclusively proved in 1995 Fermat’s Last Theorem which had for 358 years notoriously resisted all gallant and spirited efforts to prove … Continue reading

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