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Language models, ‘Genetics of written and linguistic production’, coordinated by Irène Fenoglio and Jean-Michel Adam, t. XXX, vol. LIX, 2009
The latest language model number appears under the opening sign. Openness to international research, a diversity of corpus and a plurality of theoretical schools, which together bring fresh blood to research. Perhaps the idea is to offer reading to a non-specialist, at the risk and risk of language....
Genetic variation in lodgepole pine and interior spruce: adaptation to climate and implications for seed transfer
Specialization: Forest Biology and Management Degree: Master of Science Abstract: This thesis investigates genetic variation of two commercially important conifers in western Canada, interior spruce and lodgepole pine. The goals were to quantify genetic diversity and geographic structure, to describ...
Herbivorous turtle ants obtain essential nutrients from a conserved nitrogen-recycling gut microbiome.
Nitrogen acquisition is a major challenge for herbivorous animals, and the repeated origins of herbivory across the ants have raised expectations that nutritional symbionts have shaped their diversification. Direct evidence for N provisioning by internally housed symbionts is rare in animals; among...
Photosynthesis down-regulation precedes carbohydrate accumulation under sink limitation in Citrus
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Metaphor 5 ‘In vain, the same song is repeated in his own language, it is another instrument’. Translator, musician: the task of the interpreter.
I am publishing here the text of a communication presented at the Genres Literary and Music Forms Colloquium, which took place in November 2009 at the University of Bquite-Pascal, Clermont-Ferrand. In a colloquium devoted to reflection on parents and analogies between ‘genres’ or textual and musical...
French translations of Plutarco’s ‘Parallel Vite’ before Amyot (1519-1559)
Between the end of the xv and the beginning of the xvi century, France rediscovered the ancient biography as a literary genre, and the spread of many lives of illustrious men of the past. Among these it is worth mentioning the translation of Plutarch’s Parallel Lives by Jacques Amyot. This project o...
Mitochondrial dysfunction induced by a SH2 domain-targeting STAT3 inhibitor leads to metabolic synthetic lethality in cancer cells.
In addition to its canonical role in nuclear transcription, signal transducer and activator of transcription 3 (STAT3) is emerging as an important regulator of mitochondrial function. Here, we demonstrate that a novel inhibitor that binds with high affinity to the STAT3 SH2 domain triggers a complex...
Fairy Tale, Tragedy, Fantastic: Three Generic Exceptions in the Short Stories of Anita Desai
Focusing on Anita Desai’s collection Diamond Dust and Other Stories (2000), this article examines three short stories: “Diamond Dust – A Tragedy,” “The Man Who Saw Himself Drown” and “The Rooftop Dwellers.” Respectively borrowing from tragedy, the fantastic and the fairy tale, they use the generic m...
Chlamydia pneumoniae and Mycoplasma pneumoniae in children with cystic fibrosis: impact on bacterial respiratory microbiota diversity.
The contribution of intracellular and fastidious bacteria in Cystic fibrosis (CF) pulmonary exacerbations, and progressive lung function decline remains unknown. This project aimed to explore their impact on bacterial microbiota diversity over time in CF children. Sixty-one children enrolled in the...
The Figure in the Crypt
A character in Henry James’ story “The Figure in the Carpet”; answers a friend who is sceptical about his pursuit of an author’s hidden meaning by saying that “if we had had Shakespeare’s own word for his being cryptic he would at once have accepted it”;. We do have Nabokov’s word for his being cryp...
Fragments of the future : the book to come and its announcement on the edges of the modern regime of historicity (16th/20th centuries) : a social poetics of the project
This dissertation aims at examining the issue of the imagined book while avoiding its characterization in terms of failure, incompleteness, loss and spectre, which are prevalent in contemporary literary studies. As it approaches the diverse phenomenon of the imagined book on the basis of its deliber...
The World of the Factory in the Poetry of Miquel Martí i Pol
Of the many possible readings offered by the large body of poetry written by Miquel Martí i Pol (Roda de Ter, 1929), the geographical constitutes, perhaps, one of the most suggestive and yet one of the least explored. The rich world of experiences and feelings that the writer captures in his poems,...
Zinc deficiency and low enterocyte zinc transporter expression in human patients with autism related mutations in SHANK3.
International audience Phelan McDermid Syndrome (PMDS) is a genetic disorder characterized by features of Autism spectrum disorders. Similar to reports of Zn deficiency in autistic children, we have previously reported high incidence of Zn deficiency in PMDS. However, the underlying mechanisms are c...
Birth and renaissance of the fairy tale: from Marie-Catherine d’Aulnoy to Angela Carter
This article offers a cross-reading of the metapoetic dimension in ‘gracious and Percinet’ and ‘La Chatte blanc’ by Marie-Catherine d’Aulnoy, a 17th century French author, and in Angela Carter’s ‘The Courtship of Mr Lyon’, a modern ‘feminist’ rewriting of ‘La Belle et la Bête’, which also pays tribu...
Global gradients in intraspecific variation in vegetative and floral traits are partially associated with climate and species richness
International audience This is an open access article under the terms of the Creat ive Commo ns Attri bution License, which permits use, distribution and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.
Education to be followed at the EHESS on a distance basis: Genetics, biotechnology and society
from 3 November to 15 December 2020, the education entitled Genetic, Biotechnology and Society, offered by Carine Vassy and Joëlle Vailly at the EHESS in Paris, continues to operate remotely. You can register as a free auditor on the EHESS website https://listsem.ehess.fr/courses/186/requests/new or...
Flavii Cresconii Corippi Iohannidos liber sextus : introduction, translation, commentary.
Subject of this thesis is the sixth book of Flavius Cresconius Corippus’ Iohannis. This section is focused on the preparation and the progress of a big battle: the Moorish tribes reassemble and form a new coalition, a fact that comes with a total subversion of the narrative balance. An Italian full...
Rapports entre l’écologie et la génétique des populations
International audience There is little doubt that a better understanding of biological pheno mena taking place within natural populations must integrate the genetic and ecological approaches. In this essay, intended primarily for ecolo gists, I first reviewed the most usual models in population ecol...
Absence of the Fragile X Mental Retardation Protein results in defects of RNA editing of neuronal mRNAs in mouse.
The fragile X syndrome (FXS), the most common form of inherited intellectual disability, is due to the absence of FMRP, a protein regulating RNA metabolism. Recently, an unexpected function of FMRP in modulating the activity of Adenosine Deaminase Acting on RNA (ADAR) enzymes has been reported both...
The Grifting, or festin, games and reclamations of the Grifon World in Brie
Works with an Avant-word by Alain Viala. A rare and anonymous text, Le Grifonage (1645), refers to the narrative of a ‘festive party’ and literary genres. The principle of reproducing the original edition adopted, as well as the addition of a specific annotation, make it possible to distinguish itse...
Translating the terms of the future : Analysis of the treatment of fiction terms in the translation from English to French of science fiction literature
Science fiction literature is rooted in logic and scientific method and is full of lexical creations that are supposed to reflect a future state of the lexicon, the fiction terms. In this context, the question of the translation of lexical creations is particularly important as the terms in the targ...
Pattern of genetic variability of Solanum habrochaites in its natural area of distribution
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Alchemistry of the text or profanation of the work? Textual genetics at the digital test
28 February — 1 March 2018 Day organised as part of the Master’s Digital Humanities of the University of Rouen (Faculty of Letters and Humanities), with the support of CEREdI and the collaboration of IRIHS. While in the field of literary studies it is an area where digital tools have proven fertilit...
Studies on the history of Russian defamation in the second helft of the 19th century
The present study deals with Russian versepik in the 19th century. Without going into the literature theoretical discussion of the general generic and typus terms, the aim is to try to write a contribution to the history of the literary form called ‘poema’ (Poem) in Russian language.
Circadian Clocks and UPR: New Twists as the Story Unfolds.
Circadian clocks help control the unfolded protein response (UPR). In a recent issue of Nature Cell Biology, Bu et al. (2017) show that the interaction is reciprocal, with miRNA-211 providing a signal from the UPR to the clock component BMAL1, affecting circadian timing, global translational control...