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Light availability for Chlorobium phaeobacteroides development in Lake Kinneret

Effects of Light and Nutrient Availability on Leaf Mechanical Properties of Plantago major: A Conceptual Approach

Availability of glucose and light modulates the structure and function of a microbial biofilm

The effects of light availability in shallow, turbid waters: a mesocosm study

Effects of Light and Water Availability on the Performance of Hemlock Woolly Adelgid (Hemiptera: Adelgidae)

Phenotypic plasticity to light and nutrient availability alters functional trait ranking across eight perennial grassland species

Physiological, morphological and allocational plasticity in understory deciduous trees: importance of plant size and light availability

Dependency of branch diameter growth in young Acer trees on light availability and shoot elongation

Effects of light availability on leaf gas exchange and expansion in lychee (Litchi chinensis)

Influence of light availability on leaf structure and growth of two Eucalyptus globulus ssp. globulus provenances

Leaf acclimation to light availability supports rapid growth in tall Picea sitchensis trees

Effects of elevated CO2 and light availability on the photosynthetic light response of trees of contrasting shade tolerance

Re: “The Vitamin D Hypothesis Revisited: Race-Based Disparities in Birth Outcomes in the United States and Ultraviolet Light Availability”

Morphological and Physiological Responses to Sediment Type and Light Availability in Roots of the Submerged Plant Myriophyllum spicatum

Effects of light and prey availability on Arctic freshwater protist communities examined by high-throughput DNA and RNA sequencing

Relationships between phytoplankton dynamics and the availability of light and nutrients in a shallow sub-tropical lake


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Modern dance work in one act with choreography by Lucinda Childs, music by John Adams, stage design by architect Frank Gehry, and costumes by R. Shamask. Commissioned by Los Angeles Museum of Modern Art and premiered by Lucinda Childs Company in Los Angeles, Sept. 1983. In this setting of Adams's score, Light Above Water, the choreography's mathematically repeating moves are performed by dancers on a two-tiered stage. An open-air version was premiered at the Centre de Rencontres of Chateauvallon, July 1983, and the New York premiere was at the Opera House of the Brooklyn Academy of Music, Oct. 1983.

Subjects: Dance.

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