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Electrical Stimulation of Fastigial Nucleus and Cellular Apoptosis in Injured Region

Electrical Stimulation of Fastigial Nucleus and Cellular Apoptosis in Injured Region
Immunofluorescence double staining revealed that electrical stimulation of the left cerebellar fastigial nucleus at 72 hours before cerebral ischemia/reperfusion injury resulted in co-localization of ...

Contact: Meng Zhao
eic@nrren.org
86-138-049-98773
Neural Regeneration Research

Band-tailed Pigeon

Band-tailed Pigeon
Three band-tailed pigeons perch in Santa Barbara County. Researchers at UC Davis and the California Department of Fish and Wildlife have identified trichomonosis as a key factor in winter die-offs and...

Contact: Yvette Girard
yagirard@ucdavis.edu
University of California - Davis

Sediments

Sediments
This image depicts fossil-bearing sediments at the

Contact: Cody Mooneyhan
cmooneyhan@faseb.org
301-634-7104
Society of Vertebrate Paleontology

Fossil-Bearing Sediments

Fossil-Bearing Sediments
This image depicts fossil-bearing sediments at the 'North Face' fossil site in Driftwood Canyon Provincial Park, British Columbia, where the extinct hedgehog fossils were collected.

Contact: Cody Mooneyhan
cmooneyhan@faseb.org
301-634-7104
Society of Vertebrate Paleontology

Reconstruction of the Early Eocene (52 Million-Year-Old) Fauna

Reconstruction of the Early Eocene (52 Million-Year-Old) Fauna
This is a reconstruction of the early Eocene (52 million-year-old) fauna that inhabited the rainforest around a northern British Colombia lake. The tapiroid Heptodon drinks in the shallows, while the ...

Contact: Cody Mooneyhan
cmooneyhan@faseb.org
301-634-7104
Society of Vertebrate Paleontology

Analysis of the Tu side-face contour

Analysis of the Tu side-face contour
To analyze the Tu side-face contour each was distributed against the first two relative warp scores. Note: each point represents an individual subject, and the four face diagrams as shown in the ...

Contact: LI Haijun
Lindavy@163.com
Science China Press

The Side-Face Profile of the Tu and Zang Ethnicity Constituted by 10 Landmarks and 25 Semi-Landmark

The Side-Face Profile of the Tu and Zang Ethnicity Constituted by 10 Landmarks and 25 Semi-Landmark
The Side-Face Profile of the Tu and Zang Ethnicity Constituted by 10 Landmarks and 25 Semi-Landmark (A: male of Tu; B: female of Tu; C: male of Zang; D: female of Zang. The blue arrow: the 7th mark; ...

Contact: LI Haijun
Lindavy@163.com
Science China Press

The Contour of the Side Face

The Contour of the Side Face
Photo-shooting and location of landmarks and semi-landmarks.

Contact: LI Haijun
Lindavy@163.com
Science China Press

Comparison of the Flier Velocity between Experiment and Numerical Results

Comparison of the Flier Velocity between Experiment and Numerical Results
Comparison of the flier velocity between experiment and numerical results. The thickness of titanium flier is 0.5mm, and the impact velocity is 7.587km/s.

Contact: BAI Jingsong
bjsong@foxmail.com
Science China Press

Streamlines and Velocity Vector Fields of an Internal Solitary Wave Packet

Streamlines and Velocity Vector Fields of an Internal Solitary Wave Packet
(a) Streamlines; (b) separation bubble; (c) boundary jet.

Contact: WANG Lingling
wanglingling@hhu.edu.cn
Science China Press

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