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Krol, Marianna - - 2009
Although the chlorina F2 mutant of barley specifically exhibits reduced levels of the major light-harvesting polypeptides associated with photosystem II (PSII), thermoluminescence measurements of photosystem reaction centre photochemistry revealed that [S.sub.2]/[S.sub.3][Q.sub.[bar.B]] charge recombinations were shifted to lower temperatures, while the charact
Pengelly, Kate - - 2009
The Holmes model of filamentous actin (F-actin) and recent structural studies suggest specific atomic interactions between F-actin subunits. We tested these interactions through a cysteine-engineering approach with the goal of inhibiting filament formation by introducing chemical groups at sites important for polymerization. We substituted surface amino acids on the actin ...
Kesenne, Stefan - - 2009
In this theoretical analysis, we try to find out what the impact is of pooling and sharing, and not just the sharing of broadcast rights, on the competitive balance in a sports league. We are using a simplified 2-club non-cooperative Nash equilibrium model with the hiring of talent as the ...
Jewell, R. - - 2009
This study estimates a demand curve for physically aggressive play in the English Premier Football League (EPL), the highest level of professional association football (soccer) in England. Employing a league-point-maximization framework in which a team chooses its level of aggressive play as an input, optimum aggressive play is assumed to ...
Miller, Phillip - - 2009
This paper examines the franchise values of American professional sports teams in the NBA, the NFL, and the NHL. It is argued that team franchise values depend on the ownership status of the facility in which the team plays. If a team owns its playing facility, it capitalizes the value ...
Krautmann, Anthony - - 2009
In this paper, we consider whether underpaying players restricted by the reserve clause is a common practice in the three largest sports leagues in North America-the NFL, NBA, and MLB. Our results are consistent with the hypothesis that owners of professional sports teams do exercise monopsony power whenever and wherever ...
Linegar, A. - - 2009
Aim. To investigate the scope and trends in clinical research in South African thoracic surgery between 1955 and 2006 and to measure its impact on clinical practice.
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Goodman, Meg - - 2009
Bowden-Tucker, Jacqui - - 2009
Williams, Louana - - 2009
Close, Brenda - - 2009
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Manchester, Anne - - 2009
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