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I found the article very interesting, but as a clinician I wonder if vitamin C could ever be used in patients with tuberculosis. Other studies have suggested that the ascorbic acid concentrations required to kill Mycobacterium tuberculosis are difficult to...

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I see that code and templates are available, which is good. But I was hoping also to see the output: this very article in the docx, ePub, PDF, LaTeX, HTML and ODF formats that are mentioned in Figure 3. Can they all be made available? (I would also appreciate .mobi...

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This paper is timely for me, as I'd just started thinking about Markdown-on-GitHub as the format for a future paper. But when I went to check on the status of scholarlymarkdown.com I found it looking rather abandoned: for example, the home page says "This [...]...

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As you mentioned it can be used to increase water-stable aggregates.

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That's a curious choice of social media platform, given its lagging performance in terms of users compared to platforms such as Facebook. One wonders if the "cultural profile" of Google+ is potentially different from others, and thus might create a different universe...

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It should be mentioned that multiple Chytrid genomes contain genes coding for Type I rhodopsins fused to guanylate cyclase (similar to those found in Allomyces and Blastocladiella). But, not in Spizellomyces and Batrachochytrium, for some reason. Do the authors...

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This is an interesting idea (and a valid area of study) however at present it reads more like an opinion piece rather than a cohesive review of ideas. I wondered if you considered framing your discussion around some pedagogical theories? The one that springs to...

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Here, as well as later in the article, you are working with data with drastically different sample sizes -- summing the table you have about 3M PRs from identified men and about 140k from women, making any one pull request about 20x more likely to be from a man...

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Sir Want to know how to cluster and assemble the sequences. We are having ezRAD data for 12 genotypes. Now how to proceed to make a reference assembly. Whether data for all genotypes will be used for reference preparation or data from a specific genotype has...

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Interesting study! I'm wondering did your participants encounter any usability experiences while wearing Oculus Rift? The cable length seems restricting and can limit body movement in space.

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Another publication that addresses this issue is the study of Tałałaj & Brzosko, Plant Syst Evol (2008) 276:21–29, also performed in Poland. They find hardly any autonomous self-pollination in E. helleborine, so this needs to be discussed.

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Avoid confusion: the term autogamy literally means self-fertilization and is the opposite of allogamy, outcrossing. What you test here is if the plants are able to self-pollinate in the absence of pollinators, not if they are able to set seed after selfing (either...

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You mention maximum and minimum average numbers of flowers in the text that are different from what is shown in Table 3 in column NF.

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The definition of fruit set, which you use as a measure of reproductive success, is the percentage of flowers that sets fruit, which is indicated in Table 3. This is equal to the ratio of the number of fruits to the number of flowers, not the inverse (flowers:fruits),...

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I want to know subject category for my computational biology based article as it was rejected earlier because falling out of scope. Please guide me which subject field suits my article