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  • Cheng, Hang; Sebaa, Rajaa; Malholtra, Nikita; Lacoste, Baptiste; El Hankouri, Ziyad; Kirby, Alexia; Bennett, Nigel C.; Van Jaarsveld, Barry; Hart, D.W. (Daniel); Tattersall, Glenn J.; Harper, Mary-Ellen; Pamenter, Matthew E. (Nature Publishing Group, 2021-11-23)
    Naked mole-rats are among the most hypoxia-tolerant mammals. During hypoxia, their body temperature (Tb) decreases via unknown mechanisms to conserve energy. In small mammals, non-shivering thermogenesis in brown adipose ...
  • Buffenstein, Rochelle; Amoroso, Vincent; Andziak, Blazej; Avdieiev, Stanislav; Azpurua, Jorge; Barker, Alison J.; Bennett, Nigel C., 1961-; Brieño-Enríquez, Miguel A.; Bronner, Gary N.; Coen, Clive; Delaney, Martha A.; Dengler-Crish, Christine M.; Edrey, Yael H.; Faulkes, Chris G.; Frankel, Daniel; Friedlander, Gerard; Gibney, Patrick A.; Gorbunova, Vera; Hine, Christopher; Holmes, Melissa M.; Jarvis, Jennifer U. M.; Kawamura, Yoshimi; Kutsukake, Nobuyuki; Kenyon, Cynthia; Khaled, Walid T.; Kikusui, Takefumi; Kissil, Joseph; Lagestee, Samantha; Larson, John; Lauer, Amanda; Lavrenchenko, Leonid A.; Lee, Angela; Levitt, Jonathan B.; Lewin, Gary R.; Hardell, Kaitlyn N. Lewis; Lin, TzuHua D.; Mason, Matthew J.; McCloskey, Dan; McMahon, Mary; Miura, Kyoko; Mogi, Kazutaka; Narayan, Vikram; O’Connor, Timothy P.; Okanoya, Kazuo; O’Riain, M. Justin; Park, Thomas J.; Place, Ned J.; Podshivalova, Katie; Pamenter, Matthew E.; Pyott, Sonja J.; Reznick, Jane; Ruby, J. Graham; Salmon, Adam B.; Santos-Sacchi, Joseph; Sarko, Diana K.; Seluanov, Andrei; Shepard, Alyssa; Smith, Megan; Storey, Kenneth B.; Tian, Xiao; Vice, Emily N.; Viltard, Mélanie; Watarai, Akiyuki; Wywial, Ewa; Yamakawa, Masanori; Zemlemerova, Elena D.; Zions, Michael; St. John Smith, Ewan (Wiley, 2022-02)
    The naked mole-rat (Heterocephalus glaber) has fascinated zoologists for at least half a century. It has also generated considerable biomedical interest not only because of its extraordinary longevity, but also because ...
  • Hurter, Jan W. (Agri Connect, 2021-06)
    Scattered across the vast and barren plains of the pro-Namib desert, mysterious patches of soil devoid of any vegetation occur. You would think that a desert is naturally void of any form of life, but a desert, in itself, ...
  • Beckvold, Christopher Henry (Faculty of Humanities, University of the Free State, 2021-07-23)
    Events associated with the Namibian War (1904-1908) offer a glimpse into Anglo-German antagonism in Southern Africa. The Namibian War enveloped German South-West Africa (GSWA), but its effects radiated to the German colony’s ...
  • Jordaan, Gerrit Jacobus; Steyn, Wynand Jacobus Van der Merwe (MDPI, 2022-03)
    The developing world has been faced with high rates of unemployment, exasperated by extended enforced lockdowns due to the Pandemic. Pressure is mounting for drastic intervention to accelerate economic growth and to ...
  • Roos, Liza; Malan, F.P. (Frederick); Landman, Marile (Elsevier, 2021-12)
    The following review provides an account of all 82 N-heterocyclic carbene metal complexes containing a naphthalimide-NHC moiety, incorporating either an imidazolylidene, imidazolinylidene or benzimidazolylidene ligand, ...
  • Wassermann, Johannes Michiel (North-West University, 2021)
    In this article, the variety of experiences of Natal Afrikaner women as British subjects who were related by blood and culture to the Boers of the Republics of the Transvaal and the Orange Free State, with which the ...
  • Moja, Teboho (Routledge, 2021)
    The 2019/2020 academic year started well with no anticipation of what was in store for the second semester and how the year would end. New students were welcomed on campus and included international students and international ...
  • Skosana, P.P.; Schellack, Natalie; Godman, Brian; Kurdi, A.; Bennie, M.; Kruger, D.; Meyer, J.C. (Elsevier, 2022-06)
    OBJECTIVES : Data on antimicrobial consumption among the paediatric population in public hospitals in South Africa are limited. This needs to be addressed to improve future antimicrobial use and reduce antimicrobial ...
  • Stevenson, Philip C.; Koch, Hauke; Nicolson, Sue W.; Brown, Mark J.F. (Royal Society, 2022-03-24)
    Evidence from the last few decades indicates that pollinator abundance and diversity are at risk, with many species in decline. Anthropogenic impacts have been the focus of much recent work on the causes of these declines. ...
  • Van den Hoogen, Toine (AOSIS, 2022-09-19)
    As our scientific conscience about nature has been deeply changed by the development of so-called 'quantum theory' during the 20th century, theology has been confronted with a new horizon of questions about 'God' and about ...
  • Buitendag, Johan; Simut, Corneliu Cristian (AOSIS, 2021-05-19)
    This article's premise is that science holds the promise of deepening religious perspectives on creation. The natural sciences have convincingly proved that nature is not static, or a ready-made creation dropped from heaven. ...
  • Haarhoff, Emil Ernst; Munro, Marth; Coetzee, Marie-Heleen (Pretoria University Law Press, 2022)
    This chapter sets out to create an embodied approach for responsibly navigating actor-character dissonance in performance. Actors attempt to enflesh characters in performance. Enfleshment is the subjective, deliberate ...
  • Moolla, Naazneen; Viljoen, Natalie; Patharoo, Venessa; Grobbelaar, Antoinette A.; Ismail, Arshad; Weyer, Jacqueline (American Society for Microbiology, 2021-08-26)
    We report a nearly complete genome sequence of Ndumu virus (NDUV) identified using a metagenomics approach. The sequence was derived from a viral isolate obtained from a bovine calf following a diagnostic investigation ...
  • Deneweth, Jan; Van de Peer, Yves; Vermeirssen, Vanessa (BMC, 2022-01)
    BACKGROUND: Transposable elements (TE) make up a large portion of many plant genomes and are playing innovative roles in genome evolution. Several TEs can contribute to gene regulation by influencing expression of nearby ...
  • Perez-de-Oliveira, Maria Eduarda; Van Heerden, W.F.P. (Willem Francois Petrus); Motta, Ana Carolina Fragoso; Rodrigues-Fernandes, Carla Isabelly; Romanach, Mario Jose; Agostini, Michelle; Gueiros, Luiz Alcino Monteiro; Vargas, Pablo Agustin; Lopes, Marcio Ajudarte; Ribeiro, Ana Carolina Prado; Brandao, Thaís Bianca; De Almeida, Oslei Paes; Khurram, Syed Ali; Santos-Silva, Alan Roger (Brazilian Oral Research, 2022-01)
    Good communication between clinicians and pathologists is a vital element in the diagnostic process, and poor communication can adversely affect patient care. There is a lack of research about communication in diagnostic ...
  • Tognetti, Pedro M.; Prober, Suzanne M.; Baez, Selene; Chaneton, Enrique J.; Firn, Jennifer; Risch, Anita C.; Schuetz, Martin; Simonsen, Anna K.; Yahdjian, Laura; Borer, Elizabeth; Seabloom, Eric W.; Arnillas, Carlos Alberto; Bakker, Jonathan D.; Brown, Cynthia S.; Cadotte, Marc W.; Caldeira, Maria C.; Daleo, Pedro; Dwyer, John M.; Fay, Philip A.; Gherardi, Laureano A.; Hagenah, Nicole; Hautier, Yann; Komatsu, Kimberly J.; McCulley, Rebecca L.; Price, Jodi N.; Standish, Rachel J.; Stevens, Carly J.; Wragg, Peter D.; Sankaran, Mahesh (National Academy of Sciences, 2021-07)
    Anthropogenic nutrient enrichment is driving global biodiversity decline and modifying ecosystem functions. Theory suggests that plant functional types that fix atmospheric nitrogen have a competitive advantage in nitrogen-poor ...
  • MacCutcheon, Douglas (Medknow Publications, 2021-01)
    Populations in cities are projected to increase globally, densifying urban residential environments with both positive and negative effects. Positive social effects are offset by negative health effects however; urban ...
  • Adewopo, Adebambo; Oriakhogba, Desmond; Okorie, Chijioke (De Gruyter, 2022-02)
    EarlyMarch 2021, following its ratification of the Agreement Establishing the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA agreement), Nigeria’s National Office of Trade launched a consultative process into issues ...
  • Kneen, Bonnie (Springer, 2015-12)
    This article examines four prominent young adult novels about bisexual protagonists: Julie Anne Peters’s It’s Our Prom (So Deal With It) (2012), Brent Hartinger’s Double Feature: Attack of the Soul-Sucking Brain Zombies/Bride ...