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  1. Reading and doing arithmetic nonconsciously 

    Sklar, A. Y.; Levy, N.; Goldstein, A.; et al. (2012)
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
    The modal view in the cognitive and neural sciences holds that consciousness is necessary for abstract, symbolic, and rule-following computations. Hence, semantic processing of multiple-word expressions, and performing of abstract mathematical computations, are widely believed to require consciousness. We report a series of experiments in which we show that multiple-word verbal expressions can be processed outside conscious awareness and ...
    Journal Article
  2. Special Issue: Eye Tracking for Spatial Research 

    Kiefer, Peter; Giannopolos, Ioannis; Raubal, Martin; et al. (2017)
    Spatial Cognition & Computation
    Journal Issue
  3. Multi-Line Breaker for HVDC Applications 

    Kontos, E.; Schultz, Tim; Mackay, L.J.; et al. (2017)
    IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery
    Journal Article
  4. Asymmetric responses of primary productivity to precipitation extremes: A synthesis of grassland precipitation manipulation experiments 

    Wilcox, Kevin R.; Shi, Zheng; Gherardi, Laureano A.; et al. (2017)
    Global Change Biology
    Journal Article
  5. Cellulose-Microtubule Uncoupling Proteins Prevent Lateral Displacement of Microtubules during Cellulose Synthesis in Arabidopsis 

    Liu, Zengyu; Schneider, Rene; Kesten, Christopher; et al. (2016)
    Developmental Cell
    Journal Article
  6. A Mechanism for Sustained Cellulose Synthesis during Salt Stress 

    Endler, Anne; Kesten, Christopher; Schneider, René; et al. (2015)
    Journal Article
  7. Identification of Trans-Golgi Network Proteins inArabidopsis thalianaRoot Tissue 

    Groen, Arnoud J.; Sancho-Andrés, Gloria; Breckels, Lisa M.; et al. (2014)
    Journal of Proteome Research
    Journal Article
  8. Dynamic models of residential electricity demand: Evidence from Switzerland 

    Boogen, Nina; Datta, Souvik; Filippini, Massimo (2017)
    Energy Strategy Reviews
    Journal Article
  9. Statistical vs. Stochastic experimental design: An experimental comparison on the example of protein refolding 

    Anselment, Bernd; Schoemig, Veronika; Kesten, Christopher; et al. (2012)
    Biotechnology progress
    Journal Article
  10. Sorting Motifs Involved in the Trafficking and Localization of the PIN1 Auxin Efflux Carrier 

    Sancho-Andrés, Gloria; Soriano-Ortega, Esther; Gao, Caiji; et al. (2016)
    Plant Physiology
    Journal Article
  11. In vitro Microtubule Binding Assay and Dissociation Constant Estimation 

    Kesten, Christopher; Schneider, René; Persson, Staffan (2016)
    Journal Article
  12. Hybrid Bicomponent Fibres for Thermoplastic Composite Preforms 

    Schneeberger, Christoph; Wong, Joanna C. H.; Ermanni, Paolo (2017)
    Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing
    Journal Article
  13. Golgi-localized STELLO proteins regulate the assembly and trafficking of cellulose synthase complexes in Arabidopsis 

    Zhang, Yi; Nikolovski, Nino; Sorieul, Mathias; et al. (2016)
    Nature Communications
    As the most abundant biopolymer on Earth, cellulose is a key structural component of the plant cell wall. Cellulose is produced at the plasma membrane by cellulose synthase (CesA) complexes (CSCs), which are assembled in the endomembrane system and trafficked to the plasma membrane. While several proteins that affect CesA activity have been identified, components that regulate CSC assembly and trafficking remain unknown. Here we show that ...
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  14. An inverse-linear logistic model of the main sequence 

    Duchowski, Andrew; Krejtz, Krzysztof; Biele, Cezary; et al. (2017)
    Journal of Eye Movement Research
    A model of the main sequence is proposed based on the logistic function. The model’s fit to the peak velocity-amplitude relation resembles an S curve, simulta- neously allowing control of the curve’s asymptotes at very small and very large amplitudes, as well as its slope over the mid amplitude range. The proposed inverse-linear logistic model is also able to express the linear relation of duration and amplitude. We demonstrate the utility ...
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  15. The cellulose synthase companion proteins act non-redundantly with CELLULOSE SYNTHASE INTERACTING1/POM2 and CELLULOSE SYNTHASE 6 

    Endler, Anne; Schneider, René; Kesten, Christopher; et al. (2016)
    Plant Signaling & Behavior
    Cellulose is a cell wall constituent that is essential for plant growth and development, and an important raw material for a range of industrial applications. Cellulose is synthesized at the plasma membrane by massive cellulose synthase (CesA) complexes that track along cortical microtubules in elongating cells of Arabidopsis through the activity of the protein CELLULOSE SYNTHASE INTERACTING1 (CSI1). In a recent study we identified another ...
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  16. Dynamics of rocking podium structures 

    Bachmann, Jonas A.; Vassiliou, Michalis F.; Stojadinovic, Bozidar (2017)
    Earthquake Engineering & Structural Dynamics
    A rocking podium structure is a class of structures consisting of a superstructure placed on top of a rigid slab supported by free-standing columns. The free-standing columns respond to sufficiently strong ground motion excitation by uplifting and rocking. Uplift works as a mechanical fuse that limits the forces transmitted to the superstructure, while rocking enables large lateral displacements. Such ‘soft-story’ system runs counter to ...
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  17. Elevated Temperature Differentially Influences Effector-Triggered Immunity Outputs in Arabidopsis 

    Menna, Alexandra; Nguyen, Dang; Guttman, David S.; et al. (2015)
    Frontiers in Plant Science
    Pseudomonas syringae is a Gram-negative bacterium that infects multiple plant species by manipulating cellular processes via injection of type three secreted effectors (T3SEs) into host cells. Nucleotide-binding leucine-rich repeat (NLR) resistance (R) proteins recognize specific T3SEs and trigger a robust immune response, called effector-triggered immunity (ETI), which limits pathogen proliferation and is often associated with ...
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  18. Grossstadt Berlin – ‘Perspektiven’ 

    Oechslin, Werner (1998)
    Journal Article
  19. Soil function assessment: review of methods for quantifying the contributions of soils to ecosystem services 

    Greiner, Lucie; Keller, Armin; Grêt-Regamey, Adrienne; et al. (2017)
    Land Use Policy
    Journal Article
  20. Herausforderung bei der Kalibrierung und Validierung von hydronumerischen 3-D-Modellen 

    Vetsch, David; Lutz, Nicola; Paschmann, Christopher (2017)
    Journal Article

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