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Some like it cold: biocatalysis at low temperatures

Cold continuous antegrade blood cardioplegia: high versus low hematocrit

Performance of low-voltage STEM/TEM with delta corrector and cold field emission gun

Imaging spatial and cellular characteristics of low temperature calcium signature after cold acclimation in Arabidopsis

The formation and evolution of bars in low surface brightness galaxies with cold dark matter haloes

Endophytic bacterial communities in three arctic plants from low arctic fell tundra are cold-adapted and host-plant specific

Low temperature induces different cold sensitivity in two poplar clones (Populus×canadensis Mönch ‘I-214’ and P. deltoides Marsh. ‘Dvina’)

Safety and Immunogenicity of Low and High Doses of Trivalent Live Cold-Adapted Influenza Vaccine Administered Intranasally as Drops or Spray to Healthy Children

Cold acclimation and low temperature resistance in cotton: Gossypium hirsutum phospholipase Dα isoforms are differentially regulated by temperature and light

The role of abscisic acid and low temperature in chickpea (Cicer arietinum) cold tolerance. II. Effects on plasma membrane structure and function

Decreased incidence of low output syndrome with a switch from tepid to cold continuous minimally diluted blood cardioplegia in isolated coronary artery bypass grafting

Metagenomic analysis reveals adaptations to a cold-adapted lifestyle in a low-temperature acid mine drainage stream

Winterfat ( Eurotia lanata (Pursh) Moq.) Seedbed Ecology: Low Temperature Exotherms and Cold Hardiness in Hydrated Seeds as Influenced by Imbibition Temperature


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An area of low pressure and temperature in the middle troposphere. These lows don't appear on synoptic charts, but are important in Arctic and Antarctic meteorology (Serreze et al. (1989) Meteor. & Atmos. Phys. 51, 3–4). Cut-off low systems are synoptic-scale low pressure systems, formed as a result of meridional shifts of jet streams in the upper troposphere, and playing a role in exchanges between troposphere and stratosphere (Gimeno et al. (2007) Met. Atmos. Phys. 96).

Subjects: Earth Sciences and Geography — Ecology and Conservation.

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