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The Role of Oxidative Stress in Environmental Responses of Fennoscandian Animals
(Turun yliopistoAnnales Universitatis Turkuensis A II 296, 2014-12-05)
All aerobic organisms have to deal with the toxicity of oxygen. Oxygen enables more efficient energy production compared to anaerobic respiration or fermentation, but at the same time reactive oxygen species (ROS) are being ...
Enhancing the Usability of Drug Materials by Electrostatic Atomisation
(Turun yliopistoAnnales Universitatis Turkuensis A I 501, 2014-11-12)
Electrospraying or electrostatic atomisation is a process of liquid disruption by electrostatic forces. When liquid is brought into an electric field, charge is induced to its surface. Once the repulsive electrostatic force ...
Ring Dark Solitons in Toroidal Bose-Einstein Condensates
(Turun yliopistoAnnales Universitatis Turkuensis A I 489, 2014-06-18)
In this Thesis, we study various aspects of ring dark solitons (RDSs) in quasi-two-dimensional toroidally trapped Bose-Einstein condensates, focussing on atomic realisations thereof. Unlike the well-known planar dark ...
Phylogeography and population genetics of north European Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.)
(Turun yliopistoAnnales Universitatis Turkuensis AII 220, 2008-03-01)
Although abundant in the number of individuals, the Atlantic salmon may be considered as a threatened species in many areas of its native distribution range. Human activities such as building of power plant dams, offshore ...
The Significance of Hydrogen Bonding Interactions in the Cleavage of RNA
(Turun yliopistoAnnales Universitatis Turkuensis A I 418, 2011-05-20)
RNA is essential for all living organisms. It has important roles in protein synthesis, controlling gene expression as well as catalyzing biological reactions. Chemically RNA is a very stable molecule, although in biological ...