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A Ten-Year Biomonitoring Study of Atmospheric Deposition of Trace Elements at the Territory of the Republic of Belarus

, Norris D, Mills G, and the participants of the moss survey. Heavy metals and nitrogen in mosses: spatial patterns in 2010/2011 and long-term temporal trends in Europe. Bangor, UK: ICP Vegetation Programme Coordination Centre, Centre for Ecology and Hydrology; 2013. ISBN 9781906698386. [4] Harmens H, Mills G, Hayes F, Norris DA, Sharps K. Twenty eight years of ICP Vegetation: an overview of its activities. Annali di Botanica. 2015;5:31-43. DOI: 10.4462/annbotrm-13064. [5] (accessed 06/03/2018). [6

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The Use of Moss Pleurozium schreberi (Brid.) Mitt. as Bioindicator of Radionuclide Contamination in Industrial Areas of Upper Silesia

References [1] AMAP Assessment 2002: Radioactivity in the Arctic. Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Programme (AMAP). Oslo, Norway: 2004., accessed 10.12.2016. [2] Mietelski JW, Olech MA, Sobiech-Matura K, Howard BJ, Gaca P, Zwolak M, et al. 137Cs, 40K, 238Pu, 239+240Pu and 90Sr in biological samples from King George Island (Southern Shetlands) in Antarctica. Polar Biol. 2008;31:1081-1089. DOI: 10.1007/s00300-008-0449-5. [3] Paatero J, Vira J, Siitari-Kauppi M, Hatakka J, Holmén K, Viisanen Y

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Zirconia Nanoparticles Impact On Morphophysiological Data And Mineral Composition Of P. ostreatus

, Santos-Rocha TA, Rasteiro MG, Antunes F, at al. Toxicity of organic and inorganic nanoparticles to four species of white-rot fungi. Sci Total Environ. 2013;458-460:290-297. DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2013.04.019.Epub2013May8. . [4] Doroshkevich NV, Frontasyeva MV, Doroshkevich VS, Shylo AV, Ostrovnaya TM, Pavlov SS, et al. Interaction of P. ostreatus (Jacq.: Fr.) Kummer mushroom with zirconium oxide nanoparticles. Annual report FLNP JINR. 2014;103-107.

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Soybean Seedlings Enriched with Iron and Magnesium - Impact on Germination, Growth and Antioxidant Properties

. Components of successful staple food fortification programs: lessons from Latin America. Food Nutr Bull. 2017;38:384-404. DOI: 10.1177/0379572117707890. [11] Manner FGV. Successful food-based program, supplementation and fortification. J Ped Gastr Nutr. 2006;43:47-53. DOI: 10.1097/ [12] Berner LA, Keast DR, Bailey RL, Dwyer JT. Fortified food are major contributors to nutrient intakes in diets of US children and adolescence. J Acad Nutr Diet. 2014;114:1009-1022. DOI: 10.1016/j.jand.2013.10.012. [13] Bouis HE, Salzman A

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Electrical impedance tomography methods for miniaturised 3D systems

migration of cells during epithelial stratification. The cultured cells are adherent on the electrodes, modulating the interface impedance. Rahman et al. [ 31 ] used impedance spectroscopy to map in vitro cellular morphology using a circular 2D microelectrode array with 8 peripheral electrodes and a central counter electrode. Sun et al. [ 32 ] imaged a multi-nuclear single cell mould Physarum polycephalum grown on a 2D chip consisting of 16 equally spaced electrodes at the periphery of a circular cell culture chamber (Ø 6 mm). Meir and Rubinsky [ 33 ] presented a

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Transient bioimpedance monitoring of mechanotransduction in artificial tissue during indentation

described previously. In order to examine the cellular viability post encapsulation, sections of 1 mm thickness were taken from the centre of alginate discs containing 3T3 cells using a sterilized blade. The sections were immersed in 0.2 μL calceinacetoxymethylester (calcein-AM) for 15 min and 2.5 μL propidiumiodide (PI) for 5 min in S-DMEM at 37 o C. The calcein-AM was cleaved to form calcein in the presence of esterases in live cells resulting in photon emission at a wavelength around 515 nm. In the case of dead-cells, the PI penetrated the cell and nuclear membrane

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Testing miniaturized electrodes for impedance measurements within the β-dispersion – a practical approach

plasma) surrounded by an insulating membrane (plasma membrane). The extracellular space is filled with electrolyte as well, but may have a very distinct conductivity with respect to the conductivity of the cytoplasm. Although the cytoplasm contains membrane systems (e.g. endoplasmatic reticulum, Golgi apparatus, nuclear membrane or other membrane enclosed organelles) a pure resistive model for this part is often sufficient for a practical approach [ 29 ; 30 ]. Since intact cell membranes show a low conductance, the low frequency current (f < 10 kHz) will

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