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Dear Authors! Did You Analyse ammonium concentrations using these Different cooling Methods ?

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Some people have asked where the Bacillus safensis strain can be obtained, we have deposited this strain into two tissue culture collections with the following Accessions: NRRL B-65383, DSMZ 103081.

["Culture Collection"]
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Could you explain (or be more explicit about) what HHypermap provides that Worldmap (or its underlying platform GeoNode) does not provide? How is it different from GeoBlacklight?

["related work"]
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Is what you are making beer or sugar wash? Also your research didn't appear to find the minimum concentration of Vegemite needed to make the "beer", it found that 0.5% v/v of Vegemite to water was sufficient, with the next level down being no Vegemite which provides...

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We currently output HDF5 (easy with pyh5) and then generate an XDMF file for it (I wish there was a nice python wrapper for this, but PETSc has petscgenxdmf.py for now).

["3D Visualization"]
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The character states as written do not correspond to how they are figured in Fig. 62. The states in the figure are as they were used in the matrix: 227-0 should be "absent" and 227-1 should be "present". In any case, this does not influence the result, of course.

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Interesting stuff. What are your thoughts on the possibility that the effects of cocaine on honey bee behavior might reflect adaptations for self-medication? Other studies support possible self-medication in honey bees, e.g.: [Increased Resin Collection after...

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There is no documented overlap of Leptosuchus and Smilosuchus (early to mid-Norian) with any Machaeroprosopus species (mid- to late Norian). The NA Rhaetian phytosaur is Redondasaurus (possibly synonymous with Machaeroprosopus, but a different species than the...

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The patterns shown in this figure are really interesting. Results from a year-round study would be of interest as well.

["bird window collisions"]
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There doesn't seem to be a place to provide feedback so I made a note on the preprint concerning some updates to the OncoLnc database: https://peerj.com/preprints/1780/#feedback-626. That note reads as: Dr....

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Hello, in Camarinha-Silva et al. 2014, the mean number of sequences per sample was 7682 ± 484, totalling 1 459 615 usable paired-end sequence reads. In your study, after quality filtering, a total of 782,683 paired-end reads, with an average of 41,194 reads per...

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In your conclusion for the optimized steps, number 7 recomends assigning taxonomy with BLAST. Did you test other approaches to taxonomy assignment? example: Wang Q, Garrity GM, Tiedje JM, Cole JR (2007). Naive Bayesian classifier for rapid assignment of rRNA...

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It would be very interesting to compare also a frequency of the antisocial punishment between these two localities. The Player 3 should be given also an opportunity to punish also the Player 1 who did not steal from the player 1. Our results suggest that the frequency...

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This is a nice article. Did the authors observe brown rot of damaged fruits? Brown rot of apple fruits typically requires wounding (insect or bird) and I would imagine that damage caused by birds earlier in the fruit ripening phase would promote a larger fruit...

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Hello authors. A very interesting article. I would like to known what is the average size of the alginate beads used in this studies, and whether the effects observed could be related to the fact that some chemical signals such as TGF could have difficulties...

["tissue engineering","3D culture","cell differentiation"]