• Bacillus amyloliquefaciens UMAF6639 como agente de biocontrol 

      Grifé, Montserrat; Vela-Corcía, David; Hierrezuelo, Jesús; Perez-Garcia, Alejandro; De-Vicente-Moreno, Antonio; [et al.] (2021)
      El uso de microorganismos para hacer frente a las distintas enfermedades de las plantas causadas por fitopatógenos ha surgido en las últimas décadas como una de las mejores alternativas en el desarrollo de una agricultura ...
    • Back to the Future - The Scientific Exploration of An Ancient Medicinal Plant 

      Gericke, Nigel (2016-10-13)
      Alkaloids are active compounds found in plants. In the conference has been reviewed new sceletium alkaloids isolated from african plants.
    • Background modeling by shifted tilings of stacked denoising autoencoders 

      García-González, Jorge; Ortiz-de-lazcano-Lobato, Juan Miguel; Luque-Baena, Rafael Marcos; López-Rubio, Ezequiel (2019-06-18)
      The effective processing of visual data without interruption is currently of supreme importance. For that purpose, the analysis system must adapt to events that may affect the data quality and maintain its performance level ...
    • Background modeling for video sequences by stacked denoising autoencoders 

      García-González, Jorge; Ortiz-de-lazcano-Lobato, Juan Miguel; Luque-Baena, Rafael M.; Molina-Cabello, Miguel A.; López-Rubio, Ezequiel (2018-11-05)
      Nowadays, the analysis and extraction of relevant information in visual data flows is of paramount importance. These images sequences can last for hours, which implies that the model must adapt to all kinds of circumstances ...
    • Backing off from rayleigh and rice: Achieving perfect secrecy in wireless fading channels 

      Ramírez Espinosa, Pablo; Lopez-Martinez, F. Javier (Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingeniería de Telecomunicación de la UMA, 2020-09)
      We show that for a legitimate communication under multipath quasi-static fading with a reduced number of scatter- ers, it is possible to achieve perfect secrecy even in the presence of a passive eavesdropper for which no ...
    • Backward air trajectory models for detecting pollen airborne sources of Castanea in Ronda (South Spain) 

      Picornell Rodríguez, Antonio; Recio-Criado, Maria Marta; Trigo-Perez, Maria del Mar; Cabezudo, Baltasar (2018-09-25)
      Ronda is located in a rural area close to the natural Parks Sierra de Grazalema and Sierra de las Nieves, surrounded by crops, natural and seminatural vegetation. The Genal Valley, which is located at the southwest of ...
    • BacLive, una innovadora herramienta para el estudio de dinámica de poblaciones e interacciones microbianas 

      Pérez-Lorente, Alicia; Molina-Santiago, Carlos; Pearson, John; Berlanga-Clavero, Maria Victoria; De-Vicente-Moreno, Antonio; [et al.] (2021)
      En la naturaleza, las bacterias se encuentran frecuentemente formando comunidades bacterianas conocidas como biofilms. Las interacciones inter o intra-específicas pueden alterar notablemente la estructura de la comunidad ...
    • Bacterial consortium interactions in the rhizosphere of different model plants 

      Vida, Carmen; Tienda, Sandra; De-Vicente-Moreno, Antonio; Cazorla-Lopez, Francisco Manuel (2018-10-17)
      Induced microbial soil community after organic amendment, have a key role in suppressiveness against avocado white root rot (WRR) caused by the fungus Rosellinia necatrix. This suppressive phenotype is the result of the ...
    • The bacterial effector HopZ1a acetylates ZIP1 kinase to suppress Arabidopsis defence responses 

      Rueda-Blanco, Javier; Rufián, José S.; López-Márquez, Diego; Beuzon-Lopez, Carmen del Rosario; Ruiz-Albert, Francisco Javier (2018-09-10)
      During the plant-pathogen interaction, disease or resistance are determined in the plant by a series of molecular events. The plant detects Pathogen-Associated Molecular Patterns (PAMPs), such as flagellin, triggering a ...
    • BAGUA vs procedimientos restrictivos para DM2. 

      Verboonen, Sergio (2014-06-12)
      Se valoran las ventajas del BAGUA sobre los procedimientos restrictivos, bana y manga gástrica, enfocados a la diabesidad y DM2. Se describe la técnica quirúrgica del BAGUA, con sus beneficios, desventajas y la remisión ...
    • El baile flamenco aplicado al ámbito escolar 

      Cruces, Cristina (2014-05-06)
      El flamenco, actualmente considerado Patrimonio Inmaterial de la Humanidad, ha tomado en los últimos tiempo una relevancia sin igual en la educación. Las formas de acercamiento del flamenco al aula son abordadas en esta ...
    • Bajo la piel del superhéroe: fusión entre su identidad y su imagen 

      Alonso-Calero, Jose Maria; Cano-García, Josefa (Comunicación Social, 2011)
      Cuando hablamos de la estética debemos ver la dos épocas donde analizar la estética de los superhéroes, desde una clara de inclusión/exclusión donde los colores las personalidades y están bien definidas el bien es el bien ...
    • The balance between cognitive and non-cognitive aspects of students’ well-being: a quantitative analysis 

      Gonzalez-Gallardo, Sandra; Marcenaro-Gutiérrez, Óscar David; Luque-Gallego, Mariano (2019-07-02)
      The objective of this work is to determine which students’ characteristics (of the 8th grade Spanish students) allow them finding a balance among different dimensions of well-being. Firstly, in order to measure the students’ ...
    • The balance between fumarate and malate plays an important role in plant development and postharvest quality in tomato fruit 

      Jimenez, Lidia; Pott, Delphine; Martinez-Ferri, Elsa; Fernie, Alisdair R; Vallarino, Jose G; [et al.] (2018-03-21)
      Organic acids, produced as intermediates of the tricarboxylic cycle, play a crucial role in the plant primary metabolism and are considered as being ones of the most important quality traits in edible fruits. Even if they ...
    • Balanced centricity and triads: strategies to reach ecosystem equilibrium in the arts sector 

      Quero-Gervilla, Maria Jose (2018-06-28)
      The purpose of this paper is to analyze whether triads structure can facilitate or inhibit the evolution into a service ecosystem. The triad structure and the institutions that dominate the triads will determine the evolution ...
    • Balanced Centricity: An Institutional view of A2A market 

      Quero Gervilla, María José (2021)
      Purpose – Open networks make it possible for service ecosystems to emerge as a result of Institutional logics shared through the collective action of actors . This process, which represents a change from customer ...
    • Balanced centricity: deinstitutionalizing the arts sector 

      Quero-Gervilla, Maria Jose; Díaz-Méndez, Montserrat; Gummesson, Evert (2021)
      Balanced centricity (BC) is a concept that removes the customer from the central position in a network, thereby allowing other actors to engage in it more fully. Changing the central position of the customer or the role ...
    • The Balanced Innovation Model. The case of Crowdfunding platforms. 

      Quero-Gervilla, Maria Jose; Ventura-Fernández, Rafael (2019-06-14)
      Purpose – The paper aims to analyze balanced centricity (Gummesson, 2008) as an institutional arrangement (Vargo and Lusch, 2016) fostering the innovation process by taking out the customer from the central positioning to ...
    • Banca digital 

      Lamothe Fernández, Prosper (2017-03-21)
      Las entidades bancarias tradicionales se han desarrollado en un entorno muy regulado y con mercados fragmentados. La orientación estratégica del negocio estaba orientada a productos y no a clientes. Los clientes eran ...
    • Bancassurance and the coexistence of multiple insurance distribution channels 

      Rubio-Misas, Maria (Emerald, 2022-04-25)
      Purpose This paper investigates why bancassurance coexists with alternative insurance distribution channels in the long run, considering the bank channel is known to involve lower costs than traditional distribution ...