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  • Endocrine disrupting chemicals: Impact on human health, wildlife and the environment. [Journal Article]
    Sci Prog 2019; 102(1):3-42Encarnação T, Pais AA, … Burrows HD
  • Endocrine disrupting chemicals are a group of pollutants that can affect the endocrine system and lead to diseases and dysfunctions across the lifespan of organisms. They are omnipresent. They are in the air we breathe, in the food we eat and in the water we drink. They can be found in our everyday lives through personal care products, household cleaning products, furniture and in children's toys…
  • A feature selection and multi-model fusion-based approach of predicting air quality. [Journal Article]
    ISA Trans 2019Zhang Y, Zhang R, … Huang L
  • With the rapid development of China's industrialization, the air pollution is becoming more and more serious. It is vital for us to predict the air quality for determining the further prevention measures of avoiding the brought disasters. In this paper, we are going to propose an approach of predicting the air quality based on the multiple data features through fusing the multiple machine learnin…
  • Ancestral and neo-sex chromosomes contribute to population divergence in a dioecious plant. [Journal Article]
    Evolution 2019Beaudry FEG, Barrett SCH, Wright SI
  • Empirical evidence from several animal groups suggests sex chromosomes disproportionately contribute to reproductive isolation. This effect may be enhanced when sex chromosomes are associated with turnover of sex determination systems resulting from structural rearrangements to the chromosomes. We investigated these predictions in the dioecious plant Rumex hastatulus, which is comprised of popula…
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