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Video 1: Active detachment of bacterial cells from the frontline of interstitial biofilms and free movement of planktonic cells or small bacterial clusters were noticed after 24 h of biofilm culture in a humid chamber. Video 2: The dispersed cells seeded a nearby area and re-established a standalone “daughter” biofilm. The “daughter” biofilms expanded to merge with the primary biofilm and lead to migration of the interstitial biofilm.
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Interviews with teachers about their experience with STEm professional development in Palestine.
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Drosophila grooming ethograms, MATLAB code for grooming model simulation and one example video of fly-on-a-ball experiment Ethograms can be opened in MATLAB. Different numbers stand for different behaviors: For dusting experiments: 1.Front Leg rubbing 2. Head cleaning 3. Abdominal cleaning 4. Back Leg rubbing 5. Wing cleaning 6. Walking 7. Standing For optogenetic experiments in free-moving flies: 1.Front Leg rubbing 2. Head cleaning 3. Abdominal cleaning 4. Back Leg rubbing 5. Wing cleaning 6. Thoracic Cleaning 7. Walking 8. Standing For fly-on-a-ball experiments: 1. Anterior grooming 2. Posterior grooming 3. Walking 4. Standing
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Graphical user interface for bioenergetics data. This is the supplemental material of the manuscript "Integrated approach for data acquisition, visualization and processing of analog polarographic systems for bioenergetics studies" that includes the graphical user interface (GUI), user guide and file examples generated with the GUI and a video tutorial. The GUI allows to calibrate oxygen sensor, continuous visualization, decimation and analysis of data recorded with a comma separated values format. GUI can be used to visualize and analyze data of analog polarographic systems. The GUI allows to overcome cumbersome calculations to extract bioenergetic data from oxygen kinetics, enhance the accuracy of RCR and ADP/O ratio, and optimize the decimation of kinetic data for computational applications.
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This dataset contain the code, images and video results of the analysed algorithms: LBP|VAR, CLBP and the convolutional neural network ResNet50.
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Fluorescence microscopy data (DAPI green and FM4-64 red) of E. coli JP313 cells with a plasmid-encoded CBASS system from E. coli MS115-1. pLAC22 = Empty Vector. pKDC3719 = Full CBASS system from E. coli MS115-1. pKDC3727 = Full CBASS system with a NucC nuclease active-site (D73N) mutant. All strains were infected with bacteriophage lambda (cI-) at a multiplicity of infection (MOI) of 2.5. Imaging was performed between 20 and 80 minutes post-infection. Files with "D3D" are deconvolved.
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Imitation plays a significant role in cultural knowledge transmission and in learning. The tendency to imitate causally irrelevant actions is termed over-imitation. Over-imitation is considered a social phenomenon unique to humans and has been investigated mainly in preschool-aged children. However, it is currently unknown whether children over-imitate if the model is not human. Here, we present a data set of the investigation if over-imitation occurs with a robot model. We tested whether 5-to-6-year-old children (boys = 1, girls = 0) over-imitate a humanoid robot in a similar manner as a human model (over-imitation: oi.score = 1, no over-imitation: oi.score = 0). Preschoolers were randomly assigned to watch either a human (condition = 1) or a robot (condition = 2) retrieve a reward out of a puzzle box, using functional and nonfunctional actions. Children saw three demonstrations in three phases and could extract a token themselves after each demonstration. In there first phase they observed an inefficient demonstration (including irrelevant actions), in the second phase the observed a efficient demonstration (only relevant action), and in the third phase they observed once more an inefficient demonstration. We compared the experimental condition also to a baseline condition in which children did not see any prior demonstration (condition = 0). In Version 2 of the dataset we collected a new and bigger sample for the baseline. Children tended to copy whichever strategy was shown to them — an inefficient or efficient one, regardless of who the model was. Thus, children were as likely to imitate the robot as the human. They even imitated the inefficient strategy after having successfully used the most efficient one. Results indicate that children perceive humanoid robots not only as informants but also as social behavioral models.
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“Uluslarası Öğrenciler için Akademik Türkçe” sınıf içi etkileşiminden rastgele seçilmiş olan Kesit 2 Görüntü Kaydı ve Çevriyazısını içermektedir. Bu kesit verinin 37.07- 45.00 dakikaları arasını kapsamaktadır.
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Video SI.1: the animation of 1 km simulation on a chosen cross-section during the convection event from 18:40 to 20:40 UTC, 25 Aug 2013. 1st panel: temperature (colour) and isentropic lines (thin white lines); 2nd panel: ice water content in logarithm scale; 3rd panel: water vapor content in ppmv (colour saturated at 20 ppmv); 4th panel: vertical wind speed (m s-1). Video SI.2: water vapor content in ppmv at the altitude of 16.5 km from 18:00 to 23:00 UTC (5 hours) within the evaluation Domain A. Figure SI.1: the transported water vapor in the simulation domain of 0.25 km (green box in Fig. 1) from 1800 to 19:00 UTC 25 Aug. The vertical advection of 10 km simulation is decomposed into two parts: grid scale advection (light blue bar) and sub-grid scale advection from KFC parameterization (darker blue bar). For the results presented in Fig. SI.1, the evaluation is performed for the simulated domain of 0.25 km grid-spacing (green box in Fig. 1) for the first hour of the evaluation time window (from 18:00 to 19:00 UTC 25 Aug for the three high resolution models, from 21:30 to 22:30 UTC 25 Aug for 10 km simulation). The tropopause levels are defined using the mean laps rate <2˚C km-1. The use of limited time window is due to the fact that the storm moves quickly to the outside of the simulation domain. Figure SI.1 shows the mass transport budget for the 4 simulations with different horizontal resolutions, we found that the direct transport of water vapor of 0.25 km simulation is higher than all the other simulations. Although the contributions from ice sublimation and turbulent mixing of 0.25 km simulation are the lowest. The contribution from ice sublimation is negative which suggests that vapor deposition rate is very high in the convection updrafts and exceeds that of ice sublimation. Although the results presented here should be viewed with caution due to the short evaluation period (1 hour), it corroborates the finding that higher resolution model tends to have a stronger direct vertical transport of water vapor and a weaker contribution from the ice sublimation. Figure SI.2: background: ice water content at the altitude of ~14 km, 1940 UTC 27 Aug; gray line: ER-2 aircraft path in 27 Aug highlighted by red dots for the areas with ice; circles: starting points of back tracking at 19:40 UTC 27 Aug; triangles: ending point of back tracking at 04:00 UTC 27 Aug. Figure SI.3: the changes of the properties of the highlighted air parcel in Fig. R2 along its back trajectory from 19:40 UTC to 03:00 UTC 27 Aug.
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Movies showing the deformation behavior of the pure CFRP and the CFRP/steel hybrid laminate composite.
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