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Victor Junnan Pan

. Pan, Victor Junnan. 2017. Optional projections in the left-periphery in Mandarin Chinese. In Fuzhen Si (ed.), Studies on syntactic cartography , 216–248. Beijing: China Social Sciences Press. Pan, Victor Junnan. 2019. Architecture of the periphery in Chinese: Cartography and minimalism (Routledge Studies on Chinese Linguistics). London & New York: Routledge. Pan, Victor Junnan & Waltraud Paul. 2016. Why Chinese SFPs are neither optional nor disjunctors. Lingua 170. 23–34. Paul, Waltraud. 2014. Why particles are not particular: Sentence

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Wei-Tien Dylan Tsai

References Bayer, Josef. 2004. Decomposing the left periphery. In Horst Lohnstein & Susanne Trissler (eds.), The syntax and semantics of the left periphery , 59-95. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. Beghelli, Filippo & Tim Stowell. 1996. Distributivity and negation: The syntax of each and every. In Anna Szabolcsi (ed.), Ways of scope taking , 71–107. Dordrecht, the Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers. Brandner, Ellen. 2004. Head-movement in minimalism, and V2 as FORCE-marking. In Horst Lohnstein & Susanne Trissler (eds.), The syntax and

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Yilmaz Rahsan, Yumusak Nihat, Yilmaz Bestami, Ayan Adnan and Aysul Nuran

consistency, and contained many white coloured scolices ( Fig. 1A ). the number and location of the parasite cysts and the number of scolices are given in Table 2 . Overall, 33 parasite cysts were detected in the cerebra and cerebella. Seven (21.21%) cysts were located in the right and left frontal cerebral lobes, six (18.18%) in the right and left parietal lobes, two (6.06%) in the right and left temporal lobes, and one (3.03%) in an occipital lobe. Two (6.06%) cysts were detected in the cerebellar tissue. The largest cyst measured 6 × 5 cm and the smallest one was 2 × 2

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Przemysław Tajsner

. Interface strategies. OTS Working Papers. Utrecht University. Reinhart, Tanya. 2006. Focus: The PF interface. In Reinhart, Tanya. (ed.), Interface strategies. Reference-set computation, 125-164. Cambridge: MIT Press. Rizzi, Luigi. 1997. The fine structure of the left periphery. In Haegeman, Liliane (ed.), Elements of grammar, 281-337. Dordrecht: Kluwer. Rizzi, Luigi. 2004. Locality and left periphery. In Belletti, Adriana (ed.), Structures and beyond: The cartography of syntactic structures, Vol. 3, 223-251. Oxford: Oxford

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Serghei Andrievschi, Valeriu Lungu, Ala Carcea and Alexandru Lozan

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The process of division - combining of streams in mixers with bars and radial and longitudinal scrapers was studied. The number of unique streams that are formed after passing each row of longitudinal bars and the total amount of them were determined. This is demonstrated by migration of the particles along the mixer from left to right and vice versa, from the center of the drum towards the periphery and vice versa. In the process of mixing the particles in the center gain normal distribution and the ones on the side - sectioned normal distribution. The sum of normal distribution with the sectioned normal distribution leads to an equable distribution along the drum and transverse planes and to a homogeneous mixing of the components. The quality of mixing had been investigated and an optimal mixing regime for the mixer with radial and longitudinal bars and scrapers was proposed.

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A. Zacharko-Siembida, M. Matysek, R. Szalak, A. Radlińska, K. Obszańska and M.B. Arciszewski

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Cocaine- and amphetamine-regulated transcript (CART) peptides are widely expressed not only in the brain but also in numerous endocrine/neuroendocrine cells as well as in neurons of the peripheral nervous system. The present study investigated the distribution patterns of CART-like immunoreactivity in the pelvic plexus (PP) of the female pig. The co-expression of CART with principal neurotransmitter markers: choline acetyltransferase (ChAT), tyrosine hydroxylase (TH), serotonin (5-HT) or biologically active neuropeptides: pituitary adenylate cyclase-activating polypeptide (PACAP), substance P (SP), calbindin was analyzed using double immunohistochemical stainings. Amongst neurons immunopositive to Hu C/D panneuronal marker as many as 4.1 ± 1.2% in right and 4.4 ± 1.6% in left pelvic ganglia were found to express CART. The vast majority of CART-IR ganglionic neurons were predominantly small in size and were evenly scattered throughout particular ganglia. Immunoreactivity to CART was also detected in numerous nerve terminals (which frequently formed pericellular formations around CART-negative perikarya) as well as in numerous nerve fibres within nerve branches interconnecting the unilateral pelvic ganglia. Immunohistochemistry revealed that virtually all CART-IR neurons were cholinergic in nature and CART-IR basket-like formations frequently encircled TH-positive/CART-negative perikarya. None of CART-IR ganglionic neurons showed immunoreactivity to SP, PACAP, 5-HT or calbindin. CART-IR nerve fibres ran in a close vicinity to serotonin-containing cells or faintly labelled SP-expressing neurons. On the other hand, PACAP-IR, SP-IR (but not 5-HT-positive) nerve terminals were found to run in close proximity to CART-IR neurons. Our results indicate that: 1) CART present in PP may influence the activity of pelvic ganglionic neurons/SIF cells, 2) PP should be considered as a potential source of CART-like supply to pelvic viscera and 3) functional interactions between CART and SP or PACAP are possible at the periphery.

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Erika Nagy and Judit Timár

. (2009), ‘Editorial: The changing face of the European periphery in the automotive industry’, European Urban and Regional Studies , 16 (1), pp. 5–10. DÜZGÜN, E. (2013), ‘The poverty of peripheralisation: Re-conceptualizing the peripheral space’, [in:] FISCHER-TAHIR, A. and NAUMANN, M. (eds.), Peripheralisation. The making of spatial dependencies and injustice, Wiesbaden: Springer, pp. 29–54. FISCHER-TAHIR, A. and NAUMANN, M. (2013), ‘Introduction: Peripheralisation as the social production of spatial dependencies and injustice’, [in:] FISCHER-TAHIR, A

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Norbert Petrovici

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Enikő Tankó

adjuncts at the interfaces , 75–102. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. É. Kiss, Katalin. 2008. Topic and focus: two structural positions associated with logical functions in the left periphery of the Hungarian sentence. Acta Linguistica Hungarica 55: 287–296. Jókai, Mór. 1967. Az arany ember [The Golden Man]. Bukarest: Ifjúsági Könyvkiadó. Kennard, Hegan. 1894. Timar’s two worlds . Edinburgh and London: Blackwood. Available digital version: http://www.archive.org/details/timarstwoworlds00jkrich , last visited on 10 June 2016. Kádár, Edit

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Dawei Jin

397 Rizzi, L. 1990. Relativized minimality . Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press. Rizzi L. 1990 Relativized minimality Cambridge, MA The MIT Press Rizzi, L. 2001. “On the position ‘Int(errogative)’ in the left periphery of the clause”. Current Studies in Italian Syntax 14. 267–296. Rizzi L. 2001 “On the position ‘Int(errogative)’ in the left periphery of the clause” Current Studies in Italian Syntax 14 267 296 Rizzi, L. 2004. “Locality and left periphery”. In: Structures and beyond: The cartography of