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  1. Predatory bacteria select for sustained prey diversity 

    Nair R.R.; Velicer G.J. (2021)
    Microorganisms
    Predator impacts on prey diversity are often studied among higher organisms over short periods, but microbial predator-prey systems allow examination of prey-diversity dynamics over evolutionary timescales. We previously showed that Escherichia coli commonly evolved minority mucoid phenotypes in response to predation by the bacterial predator Myxococcus xanthus by one time point of a coevolution experiment now named MyxoEE-6. Here we ...
    Journal Article
  2. Load-independent voltage balancing of multi-level flying capacitor converters in quasi-2-level operation 

    Czyz P.; Papamanolis P.; Bruguera F.T.; et al. (2021)
    Electronics
    Quasi-2-level (Q2L) operation of multi-level bridge-legs, especially of flying-capacitor converters (FCC), is an interesting option for realizing single-cell power conversion in applications whose system voltages exceed the ratings of available power semiconductors. To ensure equal voltage sharing among a Q2L-FCC’s switches, the voltages of a Q2L-FCC’s minimized flying capacitors (FCs) must always be balanced. Thus, we propose a concept ...
    Journal Article
  3. Vulnerability of ski tourism towards internal climate variability and climate change in the Swiss Alps 

    Willibald F.; Kotlarski S.; Ebner P.P.; et al. (2021)
    The Science of The Total Environment
    Increasing temperatures and snow scarcity pose a serious threat to ski tourism. While the impacts of climate change on ski tourism have been elaborated extensively, little is known so far on the vulnerability of winter tourism towards both internal climate variability and climate change. We use a 50-member single model large ensemble from a regional climate model to drive the physically-based snowpack model SNOWPACK for eight stations ...
    Journal Article
  4. HMInference: Inferring multimodal HMI interactions in automotive screens 

    Wolf J.; Wiedner M.; Kari M.; et al. (2021)
    Proceedings - 13th International ACM Conference on Automotive User Interfaces and Interactive Vehicular Applications, AutomotiveUI 2021
    Driving requires high cognitive capabilities in which drivers need to be able to focus on first-level driving tasks. However, each interaction with the User Interface (UI) system presents a potential distraction. Designing UIs based on insights from field-collected user interaction logs, as well as real-time estimation of the most probable interaction modality, can contribute to engineering focus-supporting UIs. However, the question ...
    Conference Paper
  5. Transcriptomic Profiling Reveals Shared Signalling Networks Between Flower Development and Herbivory-Induced Responses in Tomato 

    Ke, Lanlan; Wang, Yangzi; Schaefer, Martin; et al. (2021)
    Frontiers in Plant Science
    Most flowering plants must defend themselves against herbivores for survival and attract pollinators for reproduction. Although traits involved in plant defence and pollinator attraction are often localised in leaves and flowers, respectively, they will show a diffuse evolution if they share the same molecular machinery and regulatory networks. We performed RNA-sequencing to characterise and compare transcriptomic changes involved in ...
    Journal Article

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