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2017-07-17
14:38
[PUBDB-2017-07770] Journal Article
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Thermal and mechanical stability of wurtzite-ZrAlN/cubic-TiN and wurtzite-ZrAlN/cubic-ZrN multilayers
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The phase stability and mechanical properties of wurtzite (w)-Zr$_{0.25}$Al$_{0.75}$N/cubic (c)-TiN and w-Zr$_{0.25}$Al$_{0.75}$N/c-ZrN multilayers grown by arc evaporation are studied. Coherent interfaces with an orientation relation of c-TiN(111)[1-10]ǀǀw-ZrAlN (0001)[11-20] form between ZrAlN and TiN sublayers during growth of the w-ZrAlN/c-TiN multilayer [...]
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2017-07-07
10:14
[PUBDB-2017-07058] Bachelor Thesis
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Prinzipien der Kanalsystemarchitektur und der Strömungsverhältnisse von Spongilla lacustris
48 pp. (2012) = Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Bachelorarbeit, 2012

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2017-07-07
10:01
[PUBDB-2017-07056] Master Thesis
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Funktionsmorphologie und Fluiddynamik von Bypass Elementen im Kanalsystem von Tethya wilhelma
52 pp. (2014) = Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Masterarbeit, 2014

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2017-07-07
09:53
[PUBDB-2017-07055] Journal Article
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High density resolution synchrotron radiation based x-ray microtomography (SR $\mu$CT) for quantitative 3D-morphometrics in zoological sciences
Developments in X-Ray Tomography VI, Meeting locationSan Diego, California, USA, 12 Aug 2008 - 14 Aug 20082008-08-122008-08-14
Proceedings of SPIE 7078, 70781W (2008) [10.1117/12.794993]  GO
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2017-07-07
09:46
[PUBDB-2017-07054] Journal Article
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The non-hierarchical, non-uniformly branching topology of a leuconoid sponge aquiferous system revealed by 3D reconstruction and morphometrics using corrosion casting and X-ray microtomography
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As sessile filter feeders, sponges rely on a highly efficient fluid transport system. Their physiology depends on efficient water exchange, which is performed by the aquiferous system [...]

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2017-07-07
09:40
[PUBDB-2017-07052] Journal Article
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P05 imaging beamline at PETRA III: first results
Developments in X-Ray Tomography IX, Meeting locationSan Diego, California, USA, 18 Aug 2014 - 20 Aug 20142014-08-182014-08-20
Proceedings of SPIE 9212, 92120O (2014) [10.1117/12.2061768]  GO
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The imaging beamline (IBL/P05) operated by Helmholtz Zentrum Geesthacht (HZG) at the DESY PETRA III storage ring consists of two experimental stations: A micro tomography and a nano tomography end station. Here an overview of the experimental setups and the data acquisition will be given [...]

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2017-07-07
09:38
OpenAccess [PUBDB-2017-07051] Journal Article
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Gains and losses of coral skeletal porosity changes with ocean acidification acclimation
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Ocean acidification is predicted to impact ecosystems reliant on calcifying organisms, potentially reducing the socioeconomic benefits these habitats provide. Here we investigate the acclimation potential of stony corals living along a pH gradient caused by a Mediterranean CO$_2$ vent that serves as a natural long-term experimental setting [...]
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2017-07-07
09:35
[PUBDB-2017-07050] Journal Article
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First evidence of neurons in the male copulatory organ of a spider (Arachnida, Araneae)
Biology letters 11(7), 20150465 - (2015) [10.1098/rsbl.2015.0465]  GO
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Spider males have evolved a remarkable way of transferring sperm by using a modified part of their pedipalps, the so-called palpal organ. The palpal organ is ontogenetically derived from tarsal claws; however, no nerves, sensory organs or muscles have been detected in the palpal bulb so far, suggesting that the spider male copulatory organ is numb and sensorily blind [...]
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2017-07-06
20:44
[PUBDB-2017-07036] Journal Article
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Cephalic anatomy and three-dimensional reconstruction of the head of Catops ventricosus (Weise, 1877) (Coleoptera: Leiodidae: Cholevinae)
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Adult head structures are well known in the coleopteran suborders Archostemata and Adephaga, whereas the available information is very fragmentary in the megadiverse Polyphaga, including the successful superfamily Staphylinoidea. In the present study, the cephalic morphology of the cholevine species Catops ventricosus is described in detail and documented [...]

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2017-07-06
20:42
[PUBDB-2017-07035] Journal Article
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Evaluation of the degradation behavior of resorbable metal implants for in vivo osteosynthesis by synchrotron radiation based x-ray tomography and histology
Developments in X-Ray Tomography X, Meeting locationSan Diego, California, USA, 29 Aug 2016 - 31 Aug 20162016-08-292016-08-31
Proceedings of SPIE 9967, 996704 (2016) [10.1117/12.2237563]  GO
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Magnesium(Mg)-alloys are promising candidates as temporary implants for orthopedic and cranio-facial applications. They can sustain tissues during healing, thanks to favorable mechanical properties, and then they slowly degrade into biocompatible products, avoiding the need of a second surgery for implant removal [...]
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