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Jan Balej

References Balej J (1982) Collect. Czech. Chem. Commun. 47: 1539-1548 Balej J (2011) Acta Chim. Slovaca 4: 68-77, 78-94 Balej J, Regner A (1966) Collect. Czech. Chem. Commun. 31: 361-363 Clegg SI, Brimblecombe P (1989) J. Phys. Chem. 93: 7237-7248 Pitzer KS (1991) Activity Coefficients in Electrolyte Solutions. 2nd Ed., Chapter 3. CRC Press, Boca Raton Stamm H (1926) Dissertation, p. 36. Univ. Halle

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Xiaole Sun, Yang Yang, Lin Wang, Xini Zhang and Weijie Fu

. An in-shoe plantar pressure measuring system (T&T Medilogic Medizintechnik GmbH, Schönefeld, Germany) was used to collect plantar pressure data at 120 Hz during SR and BR with rearfoot and forefoot strike patterns (RFS and FFS, respectively). An insole contained a maximum of 240 force sensors, the number of which depended on insole size and shape, with dimensions of 0.6 × 0.4 cm and a working dynamic range of 6–640 kPa ( Figure 1 ). Each insole was calibrated using the manufacturer’s calibration device prior to the study. A small portable datalogger was attached to

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Chad Spensky, Jeffrey Stewart, Arkady Yerukhimovich, Richard Shay, Ari Trachtenberg, Rick Housley and Robert K. Cunningham

/06/exercising-our-remote-application.html, June 2010. [52] C. Beaumont, “Apple’s Jobs confirms iPhone ‘kill switch’,” http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/3358134/Apples-Jobs-confirms-iPhone-kill-switch.html, Aug. 2008. [53] Google, “What data does Google collect?” https://privacy.google.com/data-we-collect.html. [54] Trustonic, “Trustonic,” https://www.trustonic.com/. [55] Samsung, “Samsung knox,” http://www.samsungknox.com/, Nov. 2015. [56] R. Welton, “Remote code execution as system user on

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Douglas Dutra and Pedro Bertemes-Filho

emphasized that a four-electrode probe made of gold was used for collecting the data, therefore a two-electrode impedance spectrum may not be fitted into our model. It is also well known that tissue is composed of many layers with different mechanical and electrical properties. The impedance probe is put in contact with the tissue sample, and then a small applied pressure is necessary for a good contact. Different applied pressure will result in different impedance spectra. All data were performed at very light applied pressure. In the case of the gelatin phantom, a very

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Jennifer Lawless and Aurora Trif

-handling modes that they would use in the particular conflict situation given in each scenario. Mixed methods were used to collect primary data concerning the three sets of factors identified in the analytical framework, namely, scenarios for the situational aspects and personality tests for specific personal aspects, while the semi-structured individual interviews covered organisational aspects, as well as some personal aspects. Each interview lasted around 40 minutes. There was a thematic content analysis of the qualitative data. The sample consisted of the entire

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Marco Beato, Mikael Jamil and Gavin Devereux

system), providing a pool of data that can support coaching decisions and tactical strategies implemented in soccer ( Carling et al., 2008 ). The VTS is a technology that records two-dimensional position data (x and y) at high sampling rates (over 25 Hz). The VTS is used to quantify external load variables during official competitions ( Barris and Button, 2008 ; Buchheit et al., 2014 ; Carling et al., 2008 ). More specifically, the VTS is used to collect and analyse time-motion data such as total distance covered (TD), number of changes of direction, acceleration

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Suthee Panichkul, Thanyarat Wongwananuruk, Pongrak Boonyanurak, Budsaba Wiriyasirivaj, Preecha Wanichsetakul, Saipin Pongsatha, Krantarat Peeyananjarassri, Patcharada Amatyakul, Verawat Wipatavit, Srinaree Kaewrudee, Chulaporn Limwattananon, Areewan Cheawchanwattana, Sugree Soontarapa, Kittisak Wilawana and Manee Rattanachaiyanont

study procedures. A written informed consent was obtained before their enrollment in the present study. A structured record form was used to collect clinical data. Data collected at the first visit included demographic data, complaints, medical history, physical and per vaginal examinations, and blood tests for health surveillance (i.e. fasting blood sugar, blood urea nitrogen, creatinine, cholesterol, triglyceride, high-density lipoprotein cholesterol (HDL), low-density lipoprotein cholesterol (LDL). Mammography or bone mineral density (BMD) was measured as indicated

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Özge Başören and Nilgün Kazanci

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This research aims to investigate the Simuliidae fauna of Yeşilırmak River basin and determine the species composition of the collecting sites. The study was carried out in July 2008 and June 2009. One genus and eleven species (Metacnephia sp., Metacnephia subalpina, Simulium (Eusimulium) angustipes, Simulium (Nevermannia) costatum, Simulium (Simulium) argenteostriatum, Simulium (Simulium) bezzii, Simulium (Simulium) ornatum, Simulium (Simulium) trifasciatum, Simulium (Simulium) variegatum, Simulium (Wilhelmia) balcanicum, Simulium (Wilhelmia) lineatum and Simulium (Wilhelmia) pseudequinum) were recorded from 16 collecting sites. The distribution and abundance of Simuliidae species reflect the changes in water quality of Yeşilırmak River, due to agricultural activities and urban areas.

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Lars Söderström, Anders Hagborg, Matt von Konrat and Ana Séneca

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The first ever liverwort and hornwort checklist is provided for Paraguay. Despite the high level of biological diversity in Paraguay, there remain very few intensive collecting efforts for liverworts and hornworts in the region since the late 1800’s. We report 2 hornwort taxa and 71 liverwort taxa. The list is based on almost 100 literature references, including monographs, regional studies, and molecular investigations. Given the dramatic loss of habitats in Paraguay coupled with high species diversity in other organisms, further collecting of liverworts and hornworts is critical. There is also the potential to use historical records with contemporary collections to investigate the impact of habitat loss in the area.

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Romi Shamoyan and Seraphim Maksakov

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The survey collects many recent advances on area Nevanlinna type classes and related spaces of analytic functions in the unit disk concern- ing zero sets and factorization representations of these classes and discusses approaches, used in proofs of these results.