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Tengo en mi todos los sueños del mundo / Jorge Diaz
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Testing Lorentz and CPT Invariance with Neutrinos.
Díaz, Jorge S.
Academic Journal Academic Journal | Symmetry (20738994); Oct2016, Vol. 8 Issue 10, p1-9, 9p Por favor, identifíquese para ver más datos
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Testing Lorentz and CPT Invariance with Neutrinos.
Symmetry (20738994); Oct2016, Vol. 8 Issue 10, p1-9, 9p
Neutrino experiments can be considered sensitive tools to test Lorentz and CPT invariance. Taking advantage of the great variety of neutrino experiments, including neutrino oscillations, weak decays, and astrophysical neutrinos, the generic experimental signatures of the breakdown of these fundamental symmetries in the neutrino sector are presented. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]

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NEUTRINOS - LORENTZ invariance - CPT theorem - ASTROPHYSICS - DECAY schemes (Radioactivity)

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Acclimatization of Phalaenopsis and Cattleya obtained by micropropagation / Aclimatización de Phalaenopsis y Cattleya obtenidas por micropropagación
Lucía Primitiva, Díaz¹;Jorge Julio, Namur;Sebastián Agustín, Bollati;Osvald...
Academic Journal Academic Journal | Revista Colombiana de Biotecnología. Dec 2010 12(2):27-40 Por favor, identifíquese para ver más datos
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Acclimatization of Phalaenopsis and Cattleya obtained by micropropagation / Aclimatización de Phalaenopsis y Cattleya obtenidas por micropropagación
Revista Colombiana de Biotecnología. Dec 2010 12(2):27-40
The quality of micropropagated plants relies on the acclimatization stage. This research intends to develop an efficient protocol to obtain the acclimatization of Phalaenopsis and Cattleya. Plants of Phalaenopsis obtained from protocorms were selected. They came from flowering stalks grown at modified Murashige and Skoog (MS) (1962) medium and classified by growth ranks and put into moss, mesquite wood shaving and perlite (1:1:1), into a humidity chamber. The protocorms were multiplied at MS from Cattleya sown in Knudson C (1946) medium; regenerated plants of 1-2 cm were selected, and implanted in humidity chamber on: moss, coal and perlite (1:1:1) MCP; mesquite wood shavings, coal and perlite (1:1:1) ACP; moss and perlite (1:1) MP; mesquite wood shaving and perlite (1:1) AP. The following results were obtained: Phalanopsis: a) Survival: 44% in R0 and 100% in R I and R II of the. b) Number of leaves: R I gave on average 1 more leaf than the range 0; c) Roots number and length: R I and R II gave on average 2 more roots than R0, and there were no significant differences in length. d) Height: R II presented greater growth than R I and Ro. Cattleya: a) The survival in MCP was 0%, MP 16 %, ACP 32% and AP 80%. b) The height in MP was significantly superior to the ones in ACP and AP. Plants from both genera need to achieve a 2 to 4 cm growth rank in vitro to endure the greenhouse conditions. MAP was the best substrate in Phalaenopsis and moss-perlite in Cattleya.
La calidad final de las plantas producidas por micropropagación depende de la etapa de aclimatización. Se intenta desarrollar un protocolo eficiente para la aclimatización de Phalaenopsis y Cattleya. Se seleccionaron plantas de Phalaenopsis, obtenidas de protocormos provenientes de estacas florales cultivadas en Murashige y Skoog modificado (MS) (1962), por rangos de crecimiento e implantadas en musgo, viruta de algarrobo y perlita (1:1:1), en cámara húmeda. De siembras de Cattleya en medio de Knudson C (1951) se multiplicaron protocormos en MS; se seleccionaron plantas regeneradas de 1-2 cm, e implantadas en cámara húmeda en los sustratos: musgo, carbón y perlita (1:1:1) MCP; viruta de algarrobo, carbón y perlita (1:1:1) ACP; musgo y perlita (1:1) MP; viruta de algarrobo y perlita (1:1) AP. Se obtuvieron los siguientes resultados: en Phalaenopsis: a) Supervivencia: para R0 de 44% y R I y R II del 100%; b) número de hojas: R I generó en promedio 1 hoja más que el rango 0; c) número y longitud de raíces: R I y R II generaron en promedio dos raíces más que R0, no detectándose diferencias significativas en longitud; d) altura: R II presentó mayor crecimiento que R I y R0 En Cattleya: a) La supervivencia en MCP fue 0%, MP 16%, ACP 32% y AP 80%; b) La altura en MP resultó significativamente superior que en ACP y AP. Ambos géneros necesitan alcanzar un crecimiento de 2 a 4 cm in vitro para tolerar las condiciones de invernáculo. El mejor sustrato fue MAP en Phalaenopsis, y la mezcla musgo-perlita en Cattleya.

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Orchidaceae / Orchidaceae - substrates / sustratos - in vitro culture / cultivo in vitro - BIOTECHNOLOGY & APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY

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Effects of Native Banana Starch Supplementation on Body Weight and Insulin Sensitivity in Obese Type 2 Diabetics
Juan C. Díaz-Zagoya;José D. Méndez;Arturo Rodríguez-Hernández;Mateo U. Fran...
Academic Journal Academic Journal | International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, Vol 7, Iss 5, Pp 1953-1962 (2010) Por favor, identifíquese para ver más datos
Few fiber supplements have been studied for physiological effectiveness. The effects o... más
Effects of Native Banana Starch Supplementation on Body Weight and Insulin Sensitivity in Obese Type 2 Diabetics
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, Vol 7, Iss 5, Pp 1953-1962 (2010)
Few fiber supplements have been studied for physiological effectiveness. The effects of native banana starch (NBS) and soy milk (control) on body weight and insulin sensitivity in obese type 2 diabetics were compared using a blind within-subject crossover design. Subjects undertook two phases of 4-week supplementation either with NBS or soy milk. Patients on NBS lost more body weight than when they were on control treatment. Plasma insulin and HOMA-I were reduced after NBS consumption, compared with baseline levels, but not significantly when compared to the control treatment. Results support the use of NBS as part of dietary fiber supplementation.

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resistant starch - banana - diabetes - obesity - nsulin resistance - Public aspects of medicine - Medicine - Public Health - Health Sciences

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Bernal Díaz y Alfonso Reyes: diálogo de crónicas y conquistas novelescas.
ESTRADA, OSWALDO
Academic Journal Academic Journal | Revista de Estudios Hispanicos. mar2013, Vol. 47 Issue 1, p79-101. 23p. Por favor, identifíquese para ver más datos

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A Mickens-type discretization of a diffusive model with nonpolynomial advection/convection and reaction terms.
Macías-Díaz, Jorge E.;Villa-Morales, José
Academic Journal Academic Journal | Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations; May2015, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p652-669, 18p Por favor, identifíquese para ver más datos
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A Mickens-type discretization of a diffusive model with nonpolynomial advection/convection and reaction terms.
Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations; May2015, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p652-669, 18p
In this manuscript, we follow a nonlinear approach in the problem of numerically estimating solutions of a generic, diffusive partial differential equation with nonpolynomial advection/convection, and reaction laws. The nonlocal, finite-difference methodology presented in this manuscript has the advantage of conditionally preserving the properties of non-negativity, boundedness, and temporal and spatial monotonicity of approximations, which are characteristics that are inherent to some kink-like solutions of particular forms of the mathematical model under investigation. We establish theorems on the stability of the technique, on the existence and uniqueness of non-negative and bounded solutions of our computational model, and on the property of preservation of monotonicity. As corollaries, we show that the method is capable of preserving the spatial and temporal monotonicity of numerical approximations. We provide some illustrative, numerical simulations that support our analytical results. Our simulations show that the method provides good approximations to the exact solutions of the particular problems considered and that the properties of non-negativity, boundedness, and monotonicity (both temporal and spatial) are conditionally preserved at each iteration. © 2014 Wiley Periodicals, Inc. Numer Methods Partial Differential Eq 31: 652-669, 2015 [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]

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PARTIAL differential equations - FINITE differences - FINITE difference method - DISCRETIZATION methods - COMPUTATIONAL fluid dynamics - CONVECTION-diffusion equations

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Poemas Prójimos / José Mascaraque Díaz-Mingo ; prólogo de Ángel Luis Casquillo ; epílogo de Jorge Riechmann
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Synthesis of CuInS2 nanocrystals from a molecular complex – characterization of the orthorhombic domain structure.
Cholula-Díaz, Jorge L.;Wagner, Gerald;Friedrich, Dirk;Oeckler, Oliver;Kraut...
Academic Journal Academic Journal | Dalton Transactions: An International Journal of Inorganic Chemistry; 8/28/2015, Vol. 44 Issue 32, p14227-14234, 8p Por favor, identifíquese para ver más datos
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Synthesis of CuInS2 nanocrystals from a molecular complex – characterization of the orthorhombic domain structure.
Dalton Transactions: An International Journal of Inorganic Chemistry; 8/28/2015, Vol. 44 Issue 32, p14227-14234, 8p
CuInS2 nanocrystals were synthesized by thermal decomposition of the molecular precursor [(Me3P)3Cu(SC2H4S)IniPr2] in the presence of oleylamine in dioctyl phthalate. According to X-ray diffraction patterns, the as-synthesized CuInS2 nanocrystals crystallize in the wurtzite type structure. High-resolution transmission electron images and selected area electron diffraction patterns reveal a nanodomain structure. The individual domains are approximately 5–10 nm in size and characterized by short-range cation ordering, which assuming hypothetical long-range order, corresponds to an orthorhombic superstructure (space group Pmc21, a = 4.09 ± 0.01 Å, b = 7.16 ± 0.02 Å and c = 6.56 ± 0.03 Å). The domains are separated by twin and antiphase boundaries. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]

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COPPER compounds - NANOCRYSTAL synthesis - MOLECULAR structure - ORTHORHOMBIC crystal system - THERMOLYSIS

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El Pensamiento Comunicacional de Jorge Fernández.
de Melo, José Marques
Academic Journal Academic Journal | Chasqui (13901079). jun2012, Issue 118, p10-16. 7p. Por favor, identifíquese para ver más datos

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TEILLIER O LA COMPLEJA SENCILLEZ POÉTICA.
Llanos Melussa, Eduardo
Academic Journal Academic Journal | Revista Chilena de Literatura. abr2014, Issue 86, p133-155. 23p. Por favor, identifíquese para ver más datos

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Acclimatization of Phalaenopsis and Cattleya obtained by micropropagation.
Díaz, Lucía Primitiva;Namur, Jorge Julio;Bollati, Sebastián Agustín;Antonio...
Academic Journal Academic Journal | Revista Colombiana de Biotecnología; dic2010, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p27-40, 14p, 7 Black and White Photographs, 5 Charts, 4 Graphs Por favor, identifíquese para ver más datos
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Acclimatization of Phalaenopsis and Cattleya obtained by micropropagation.
Revista Colombiana de Biotecnología; dic2010, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p27-40, 14p, 7 Black and White Photographs, 5 Charts, 4 Graphs
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ACCLIMATIZATION (Plants) - PHALAENOPSIS - CATTLEYAS - PLANT micropropagation - PLANT growth

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ON POLITICAL INTOLERANCE AND CUBA 'S FUTURE : A SPANISH CARIBBEAN APPROACH.
Romeu, Jorge Luis
Academic Journal Academic Journal | Caribbean Studies. Jul-Dec2015, Vol. 43 Issue 2, p145-175. 31p. Por favor, identifíquese para ver más datos

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Organ- and stress-specific expression of the ASR genes in rice.
Pérez-Díaz, Jorge;Wu, Tsung-Meng;Pérez-Díaz, Ricardo;Ruíz-Lara, Simón;Hong,...
Academic Journal Academic Journal | Plant Cell Reports; Jan2014, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p61-73, 13p Por favor, identifíquese para ver más datos
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Organ- and stress-specific expression of the ASR genes in rice.
Plant Cell Reports; Jan2014, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p61-73, 13p
Key message: Rice ASR genes respond distinctly to abscisic acid, dehydration and cold stress. Their tissue-specific expression provides new hints about their possible roles in plant responses to stress. Abstract: Plant ASR proteins have emerged as an interesting distinct group of proteins with apparent roles in protecting cellular structures as well as putative regulators of gene expression, both important responses of plants to environmental stresses. Regardless of the possible functions proposed by different studies, little is known about their role in cereals. To further understand the function of these proteins in the Gramineae, we investigated the expression pattern of the six ASR genes present in the rice genome in response to ABA, stress conditions and in different organs. Although transcription of most OsASRs is transiently enhanced by ABA treatment, the genes present a differential response under cold and drought stress as well as specific expression in certain tissues and organs. Analysis of their promoters reveals regulatory cis-elements associated to hormonal, sugar and stress responses. The promoters of two genes, OsASR1 and OsASR5, direct the expression of the GUS reporter gene especially to leaf vascular tissue in response to dehydration and low temperature. In control conditions, a GUS reporter assay also indicates specific expression of these two genes in roots, anthers and seed scutellar tissues. These results provide new clues about the possible role of ASRs in plant stress responses and development. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]

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RICE - EFFECT of stress on plants - PLANT gene expression - PHYSIOLOGICAL effects of cold temperatures - PLANT proteins - PLANT genomes

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Simple numerical method to study traveling-wave solutions of a diffusive problem with nonlinear advection and reaction.
Macias-Diaz, Jorge;Villa, J.
Academic Journal Academic Journal | Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations; Sep2013, Vol. 29 Issue 5, p1694-1708, 15p Por favor, identifíquese para ver más datos
In this manuscript, we propose a simple, two-step, finite-difference scheme to approxi... más
Simple numerical method to study traveling-wave solutions of a diffusive problem with nonlinear advection and reaction.
Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations; Sep2013, Vol. 29 Issue 5, p1694-1708, 15p
In this manuscript, we propose a simple, two-step, finite-difference scheme to approximate the solutions of an advective Fisher's equation. The method proposed is nonlinear, explicit and, in the linear regime, it approximates the solutions of the equation of interest with a consistency of first order in time and second order in space. We prove that the technique is capable of preserving the positive, the bounded, and the temporally and spatially monotone characters of initial approximations; moreover, we establish that the method is conditionally stable under suitable constraints on the model and numerical parameters. Some simulations are provided to evince the validity of our analytical results. © 2013 Wiley Periodicals, Inc. Numer Methods Partial Differential Eq 2013 [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]

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NUMERICAL analysis - PARTIAL differential equations - MONOTONE operators - CONSTRAINTS (Physics) - BOUNDARY value problems

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GALLERIES MUSEUMS AND ARTISTS.
Periodical Periodical | Art in America. Aug2017, Vol. 105 Issue 7, p61-202. 139p. Por favor, identifíquese para ver más datos

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The Education of Natives, Creole Clerics, and the Mexican Enlightenment.
Díaz, Mónica
Academic Journal Academic Journal | Colonial Latin American Review. Mar2015, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p60-83. 24p. Por favor, identifíquese para ver más datos

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Imágenes memorables: árabes y violencia en Octavio Escobar Giraldo.
Duarte, Mauricio
Academic Journal Academic Journal | Confluencia. Spring2017, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p105-117. 13p. Por favor, identifíquese para ver más datos

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T. S. Eliot y la cultura española: entre la Tierra baldía y las Soledades de Góngora.
GARBISU, MARGARITA
Academic Journal Academic Journal | Bulletin of Hispanic Studies (1475-3839). 2017, Vol. 94 Issue 3, p299-314. 16p. Por favor, identifíquese para ver más datos

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"I Was the One Percenter": Manny Diaz and the Beginnings of a Black-Puerto Rican Coalition.
Lee, Sonia S.;Diaz, Ande
Academic Journal Academic Journal | Journal of American Ethnic History. Mar2007, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p52-80. 29p. 3 Black and White Photographs. Por favor, identifíquese para ver más datos

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El "nuevo paradigma" de los estudios coloniales latinoamericanos: un cuarto de siglo después.
DÍAZ, MÓNICA
Academic Journal Academic Journal | Revista de Estudios Hispanicos. oct2014, Vol. 48 Issue 3, p519-547. 29p. Por favor, identifíquese para ver más datos

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Emilio Prados and His "Enclosed Garden."
Wellman, Donald
Periodical Periodical | Xavier Review. 2012, Vol. 32 Issue 1/2, p104-108. 5p. Por favor, identifíquese para ver más datos
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