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Tomori, Z., Lemáková, S., Gromysz, H., Stránsky, A.: Changes in the respiratory centre activity elicited by mechanical stimulation of the airways. Bull. Physiopathol. Resp. 12 , 76P-78P (1976). Changes in the respiratory centre

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-cultural cannabis use to elicit peak-experiences and shows how those moments of expanded perception were contextualized in a variety of spiritual and curative traditions. Although clinical data concerning marijuana as a trigger for peak-experiences is limited, one

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Desmedt, J. E., Debecker, J. (1979): Wave form and neural mechanisms of decision P350 elicited without pre-stimulus CNV or readiness potential in random sequence of near-threshold auditory clicks and finger stimuli. Electroencephalography and Clinical

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., Feussner, I., Schmidt, A., Scheel, D., Sanchez-Serrano, J., Hamberg, M. and Rosahl, S. (2001): Oxylipin profiling reveals the preferential stimulation of the 9-lipoxygenase pathway in elicitor-treated potato cells. J. Biol. Chem. 276, 6267

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sensitivity to the neural responses elicited by affective stimuli, the event-related potentials (ERPs) can provide a noninvasive tool to study attentional and motivational processes in real-time during exposure to addiction-related and emotional stimuli (e

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sensitivity to the neural responses elicited by affective stimuli, the event-related potentials (ERPs) can provide a noninvasive tool to study attentional and motivational processes in real-time during exposure to addiction-related and emotional stimuli (e

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immunization elicited by Newcastle disease virus (NDV) transgenic plants as antigens. Vaccine 23 , 5583–5589. Carrillo E. Mucosal and systemic immunization elicited by Newcastle disease

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Cereal Research Communications
Authors: S. Leon-Cisneros, A. Quirola-Garcés, J. Alvarez-Santana, N. Barriga-Medina, D. Ramirez-Villacís, M. Caviedes, L. Ramirez-Cárdenas, and A. Leon-Reyes

Anthocyanins are plants metabolites that are recognized by its red/purple coloration produced in flowers, seeds and leaves. These molecules are potentially important to the industry for its antioxidant capacity, disease prevention and as a natural dye. Currently, the production of anthocyanins is carried out using in vitro culture of Vitis vinifera and its yield is increased by using elicitors or stress factors. Zea mays is relevant due to its high content of cyanidin-3-β-glucoside anthocyanin. In the present study the production of cyanidin-3-β-glucoside was evaluated with different mechanisms of elicitation using in vivo and in vitro culture of purple and white maize varieties. The highest callus induction (85%) for white maize was obtained in MS medium supplemented with 2 mg/L of 2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic acid, while for purple maize (93%) was obtained in N6 medium with 2 mg/L of 2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic acid, using germinated seed as explant for both varieties. Methyl jasmonate was evaluated as an elicitation tool, however no cyanidin-3-β-glucoside was found to be accumulated or produced in vitro. In contrast, using germinated seeds and radicle tissue, elicitation using phosphorus deficiency treatment produced the highest cyanidin-3-β-glucoside accumulation (0.06 mg g−1) in white maize. No elicitation and further production of anthocyanins was found when purple maize were used using this method. Therefore, in vivo elicitation in white maize is a potential method to produce a stable anthocyanin that could be optimized for future applications.

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Physiology International
Authors: SJ Dankel, SL Buckner, BR Counts, MB Jessee, JG Mouser, KT Mattocks, GC Laurentino, T Abe, and JP Loenneke

the most proximal part of the arms or legs. The goal of BFR is to limit arterial blood flow into the muscle while also occluding venous return, and has been shown to decrease the number of repetitions necessary to elicit muscle growth ( 12 ). Therefore

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Physiology International
Authors: SL Buckner, SJ Dankel, KT Mattocks, MB Jessee, JG Mouser, and JP Loenneke

strength may be able to reach their training goals without the large volumes of work believed to be necessary in a resistance-training program. Given the low volume required with 1RM training, this form of training may elicit a more favorable affective

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