• Study of self-consumption and net metering photovoltaic system 

      Serrano-Casares, Francisco Victor; Mateos, A.; Fernández-Guerrero, J. (2013-10-25)
      In Spain, regulations for Self-Consumption installations have been recently approved. However, regulations for Net Metering installations are still under discussion. The target of this study is to discuss different options ...
    • Study of short cracks under biaxial fatigue 

      Lopez-Crespo, Pablo; Moreno-Morales, Maria Belen; Lopez-Moreno, A; Garcia-Gonzalez, A; Zapatero, J. (IGF, 2014-09-17)
      In this paper a methodology for evaluating crack initiation under biaxial conditions is presented. The methodology consists of evaluating the crack length automatically with digital processing of highmagnification images ...
    • Study of the antitumor potential of stauprimide in breast cancer 

      Carrillo, Paloma; Téllez Quijorna, Clara; Bernal, Manuel; Rodríguez Quesada, Ana; Medina Torres, Miguel Ángel; [et al.] (2021)
      Stauprimide, a semi-synthetic derivative of staurosporine, was characterized in 2009 as a potent differentiation-enhancing compound in embryonic stem cells [1]. Although it was first thought that this compound could maintain ...
    • Study of the behavior of an acid-enhanced electrokinetic remediation performed with a real soil spiked with lead 

      Nekrasova, Marina; Sidorenko, Sergey; Galkin, K.A.; Pisar, L.U.; García-Herruzo, Francisco; [et al.] (Northeastern University, 2013)
      Since the 1980s decade there has been a sharp increase in the research for the development of new techniques for the remediation of contaminates sites, because one after another country realized that the economic budget ...
    • Study of the functional domains of the PTGS suppressor V2 from geminivirus Beet curly top virus (BCTV) 

      Luna, Ana P.; Rodríguez Negrete, Edgar A.; Morilla, Gabriel; Castillo-Garriga, Araceli; Rodriguez-Bejarano, Eduardo (2019-07-25)
      Geminiviruses constitute a group of plant viruses that infect vegetable crops all over the world. Among the Geminiviridae family, the genera Mastrevirus, Begomovirus and Curtovirus are the most abundant. Suppression of ...
    • Study of the functional domains of V2 from Beet curly top virus (BCTV) 

      Luna, Ana P.; Rodríguez-Negrete, Edgar A.; Morilla, Gabriel; Castillo, Araceli G.; Rodriguez-Bejarano, Eduardo (2018-10-29)
      Geminiviruses constitute a group of plant viruses that infect vegetable crops all over the world. Among the Geminiviridae family, the genera Mastrevirus, Begomovirus and Curtovirus are the most abundant. Suppression of ...
    • Study of the impact federated erubrics on assessing competences in the practicum 

      Cebrian-de-la-Serna, Manuel; Gallego-Arrufat, María Jesús; Serrano-Angulo, Jose; Cebrián-Robles, Violeta; Tellado-González, Fernando; [et al.] (2016-09-20)
      Presentation Research of the Practicum and externships has a long history and involves important aspects for analysis. For example, the recent changes taking place in university grades allot more credits to the Practicum ...
    • Study of the intestinal microbiota of Solea senegalensis specimens after the administration of the probiotic Shewanella putrefaciens SpPdp11 by Next Generation Sequencing 

      Domínguez-Maqueda, Marta (2019-10-01)
      Introduction Probiotics are defined as live microorganisms which, when administered in adequate amounts, confer a health benefit on the host [1]. The use of probiotics is a key tool to protect farmed fish, in many cases ...
    • Study of the molecular bases governing biofilm formation in Bacillus cereus 

      Caro-Astorga, Joaquín (UMA Editorial, 2018)
      Introducción o motivación de la tesis: B. cereus es un patógeno humano responsable de múltiples enfermedades, destacando por ser más comunes las intoxicaciones alimentarias por el consumo de alimentos contaminados en ...
    • Study of the NPF and NRT transporter families in the conifer Pinus pinaster 

      Valderrama-Martín, José Miguel; Ortigosa, Francisco; Avila-Saez, Concepcion; Canovas-Ramos, Francisco Miguel; Cañas-Pendon, Rafael Antonio (2019-07-29)
      Nitrogen, in natural environments, is the main limiting nutrient for plant growth and development1. This essential element can be presented in different forms in the soils being the two main forms nitrate and ammonium, ...
    • Study of the PTGS suppressor activity of V2 protein from geminivirus Beet curly top virus 

      Pérez Luna, Ana; Rodríguez-Negrete, Edgar; García Castillo, Araceli; Morilla, Gabriel; Wang, Liping; [et al.] (2017-06-26)
      Suppression of gene silencing is a key mechanism for the success of viral infection in plants. DNA viruses from the Geminiviridae family encode several proteins that suppress post- and transcriptional gene silencing ...
    • Study of the stress intensity factors in the bulk of the material with synchrotron diffraction 

      Lopez-Crespo, Pablo; Vazquez-Peralta, J; Simpson, C; Moreno-Morales, Maria Belen; Buslaps, T; [et al.] (Engineering Integrity Society, 2017)
      In this work we present the results of a hybrid experimental and analytical approach for estimating the stress intensity factor. It uses the elastic strains within the bulk obtained by synchrotron X-ray diffraction data. ...
    • Study of Transcriptional Regulatory Network controlling Strawberry Fruit Ripening and Quality 

      Martín-Pizarro, Carmen; Urrutia, María; Meco, Victoriano; Sánchez-Gómez, Carlos; Pillet, Jeremy; [et al.] (2021-09-13)
      Ripening is a critical step for the development of flavor quality in fruits. This character has significantly declined in many fleshy fruits over recent decades. This is particularly significant in strawberry (Fragaria × ...
    • Study of Transcriptional Regulatory Network Controlling Strawberry Fruit Ripening and Quality 

      Martín-Pizarro, Carmen; Lucas-Reina, Eva; Trapero-Mozos, Almudena; Meco, Victoriano; Posé, David (2018-07-12)
      Ripening is a critical step for the development of flavor quality in fruits. This character has significantly declined in many fleshy fruits over recent decades. This is particularly significant in strawberry (Fragaria × ...
    • Study of Transcriptional Regulatory Network Controlling Strawberry Fruit Ripening and Quality 

      Martín-Pizarro, Carmen; Urrutia, María; Meco, Victoriano; Sánchez-Gómez, Carlos; Pillet, Jeremy; [et al.] (2021-01-19)
      Ripening is a critical step for the development of flavor quality in fruits. This character has significantly declined in many fleshy fruits over recent decades. This is particularly significant in strawberry (Fragaria × ...
    • Study of Video Annotations In External Practices Of University Learning 

      Cebrian-Robles, Daniel; Cebrian-de-la-Serna, Manuel; Monedero-Moya, Juan Jose (2015-09-14)
      The digital video as code and learning technology has extensive scientific literature (Bartolome, 1997; Aguaded and Sánchez, 2008). However, the increase of digital video services on the Internet has facilitated and increased ...
    • Studying at home: worth it? 

      Jerrim, John; Lopez-Agudo, Luis Alejandro; Marcenaro-Gutiérrez, Óscar David (2018-07-02)
      Homework time and its effect on students’ academic achievement is a relevant subject with worldwide repercussion. Nevertheless, although transcendental, this issue has been studied for primary education mostly by correlational ...
    • Studying habit acquisition with an avoidance learning task 

      Flores Martín, Amanda; Cobos-Cano, Pedro Luis; López-Gutiérrez, Francisco José; Andrades, Ainhoa; Vervliet, Bram (2015-09-15)
      The study of habit acquisition and expression is considered relevant to improve our understanding of mental disorders characterised by the presence of compulsive or incontrollable behaviours. Most studies on habit learning, ...
    • Studying hydrogeochemical processes to understand hydrodiversity and the related natural and cultural heritage. The case of Los Hoyos area (South Spain) 

      Gil-Márquez, José Manuel; Andreo-Navarro, Bartolome; Mudarra Martinez, Matias (Elsevier, 2022-09)
      The protection of geodiversity has been gaining interest during the last decades. However, the study of hydrodiversity has been much less developed than other aspects of the geological heritage (lithology, mineralogy, ...
    • Studying Solutions of the p-Median Problem for the Location of Public Bike Stations 

      Cintrano, Christian; Cintrano López, Christian; Stützle, Thomas; Alba-Torres, Enrique (2018-11-26)
      The use of bicycles as a means of transport is becoming more and more popular today, especially in urban areas, to avoid the disadvantages of individual car traffic. In fact, city managers react to this trend and actively ...