For example, the American Redstart (Setophaga ruticilla) is a long-distance migratory bird with a return rate of ~50% (Sherry and Holmes 1992, Sherry and Holmes 1997), and a similar pairing
strategy in that pair bonds are maintained only during the breeding season (Sherry and Holmes 1997).
run the gamut from one-on-one to group pairings
Kirtley and his coworkers looked for d-wave pairing
in a thin film of a thallium barium copper oxide that has a crystal structure known as tetragonal, which is difficult to make but highly symmetrical.
To shed some light on the mechanism responsible for electron pairing
, researchers have performed a wide range of experiments on high-temperature superconductors.
SOUTHLAKE, Texas -- Air Jamaica, Frontier Airlines, Mesa Air Group, Spirit Airlines, Skyservice Airlines and Atlantic Southeast Airlines have joined the growing list of carriers that have chosen to deploy the Sabre AirCrews Pairing
Optimizer on the Linux operating system, a freeware operating system that can run on a desktop, to reduce crew-related costs.
In conventional superconductors, this pairing
results from the coordinated interaction between electrons and vibrations of the crystal lattice through which the electrons move.
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Yet any new Watson-Crick base pair would also require its own exclusive pattern on hydrogen bonding to prevent unwanted pairing
between a new base and a standard base.
Champagnes are a terrific complement to many cuisines, so the true romantic may want to consider a special dinner for his or her Valentine, pairing
a different Champagne with each course.
2007) The Ryder Cup: Are balancing four-ball pairings
Sensitivity to such pairings
in the visual world provides babies--by 9 months of age--with a foothold for learning to recognize all sorts of items, propose Jozsef Fiser and Richard N.