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Throughout the article, I was unable to find any indication of how the participants came to be a part of this study. It seems it was a voluntary response. Is my understanding of this article correct?

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Roughly, with a mean of 54 and std deviation of 13, UP% in diet would range from 28% to 80%. This means that comparing a woman with 80% UP, she would have an excess gain of weight of 65 kg compared to a woman at 30% UP. I can't see this is remotely possible.

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Hi there. My name is Aaisha, a fellow paleontology enthusiast. I have a few questions regarding this study. These stem from my curiosity alone, and I am in no way challenging this awesome and detailed study. I'd appreciate an elaboration on the questions below....

["paleontology","spinosaurus"]
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Denver Fowler reminds me of an email that he sent me on Tuesday, 24 June 2008, in which he proposed a rebbachisaurid identity for Xenoposeidon, based on a different interpretation of the laminae.

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Is anyone aware of any situation whereby M phase activation of caspases, notably caspase 2 or 3, can lead to the selective death of one of the daughter cells? For example, in asynchronously growing tissues that are undergoing would healing, some cells that have...

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Are you able to estimate from your results what Holman et al.'s real misclassification rate is? I'll wager it's on the order of 0.5-1%, but it'd be great to know for sure. I know 372 unique names is not many, and the original plan was to contact authors to collect...

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Hi, useful and interesting study! About this comment: I (author of the Holman et al reference) do realise that many academics (me included) work in countries in which they were not born. However the majority DO work where they were born, so I decided it was...

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Small typo here. Park 2014 is the one with ~823,033 records of 24,205 species. Park and Schwartz 2015 has 19,328 records.

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On "Table 3.5: List of Metric Types", the description field for the "TotalDatasetRequests" is a bit ambiguous in regards to how one can interpret the total number of requests. I think an example might clear things up: Let's assume a dataset with 3 files a.zip,...

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Hello, I was wondering if you have tried reconstituting the NH4OH treated amyloid beta in 1% NH4OH as suggested by several of the manufacturers when reconstituting it for the first time (Anaspec, Sigma) instead of 60 mM NaOH? Similarly, have you tried using...

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The title specifies "key bacterial families" as "related to digestion of proteins...". The wording is not appropriate as "families" cannot be "related to digestion of proteins...". Bacterial families can be found to play a role in digestion of proteins...

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In this paragraph, Rauhut and colleagues wrote the following text: "[...] Hendrickx & Mateus (2014) argued that the holotype of Torvosaurus guerneyi represented the largest theropod dinosaur yet recorded from Europe (see also specimens described by Malafaia...

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Analysis of sex differences could provide yet even more information regarding the phenomenon studied. The study was successful in attracting a large number of respondents with 3,090 respondents entered into the study. We are also told the respondents were predominately...

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Is picaridin and IR3535 used more, but people simply refer to them as “DEET”? I’ve personally observed this. Is the rate of use of repellents other than DEET nested within the survey data for “Spray-on repellent with DEET”?

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Hi, One of my preprints has been accepted at a conference as a proceeding of which it would go to a Springer volume. The conference people are not sure if a preprint with a DoI assigned to it will be accepted by Springer and are currently checking with Springer...

["preprints","computer science"]

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