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EEG analysis and classification based on cardinal spline empirical mode decomposition and synchrony features.

This paper introduces a new digital signal processing technique called cardinal spline empirical mode decomposition for EEG processing. This new method divides EEG signals into constituent units, which are referred to as intrinsic mode functions, with improved signal separation characteristics than conventional empirical mode decomposition. Using a support vector machine, the IMFs obtained from the new method are then used to calculate longitudinal and transversal synchrony statistics, which are then used to calculate longitudinal and transversal synchrony metrics, which are then used to determine longitudinal and transversal synchrony metrics. Multiple synchrony measures of both longitudinal and transversal EEG channels on five IMFs gives the best classification result of 90 percent accuracy, 96. 67% specificity, 83. 33% sensitivity, and 96. 1 percent precision, outperforming the classical EMG method and various other techniques. CS-EMD may also be used in processing other nonlinear and nonstationary biosignals.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11517-022-02615-y


Quantifying Cardinal Temperatures of Chia (Salvia hispanica L.) Using Non-Linear Regression Models.

The accuracy of non-linear models for estimating the cardinal temperatures of chia seeds was also found in this study, in addition to estimated germinative variables such as total germination and germination rate of S. hispanica seeds. S. hispanica germination was found in cold to moderately high temperatures, resulting in an optimal range of 25 to 35 °C, with the highest GR and t50 at 30 u00b0C. The response of chia germination to temperature was best described by beta models, according to output data of the various non-linear models.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/plants11091142


Non-cardinal color mechanism elicitation by stimulus shape: Bringing the S versus L+M color plane to the table.

Neurons in the cortex typically respond to elongated stimulation, or gratings, while lateral geniculate nucleus neurons typically prefer circular stimuli, or spots. In macaque monkeys and in the L-M versus L+M color plane in human subjects, this hypothesis has been tested. Experiment 1 tested ten people in four directions in this color plane, from four directions; Experiment 2 tested three subjects in eight to twelve color directions.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1167/jov.22.5.5


Ultrastructural and immunohistochemical characteristics of the olfactory organ cardinal tetra, Paracheirodon axelrodi (Characiformes: Characidae).

The cardinal tetra Paracheirodon axelrodi of the family Characidae, an economically vital and morphologically diverse group of fishes, is related to the family Characidae, an economically important and morphologically diverse family of fishes. P. axelrodi, a ditremous and isosmat species, is a ditremous and isosmat species. The olfactory epithelium's cover comes spanning the 12-14 lamellae of the olfactory rosette's skin, and we found a thin layer of mucus on the olfactory epithelium's apical surface, which is shown by scanning electron microscopy. All characteristic sensory and nonsensory cell types of the olfactory epithelium of teleost fish were identified based on histological, immunohistochemical, and ultrastructural descriptions. Three olfactory receptor neurons were identified: ciliated, microvilli, and crypt cells. Sensory and nonsensory cell types are similar to those described in Aphyocharax anisitsi, another species of the Characidae family. A. anisitsi lives in slow-flowing water bodies with high-density plants such as P. axelrodi.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1002/jmor.21473


CRISPR-mediated knockout of cardinal and cinnabar eye pigmentation genes in the western tarnished plant bug.

Although the cardinal knockout strain Card displayed a gradual darkening of the eyes to brown that would have evolved along the wild-type line later in nymphal growth, we observed brilliant red eyes in the cinnabar knockout strain Cinn, making it a useful marker for monitoring gene editing in L. hesperus. These results show that CRISPR/Cas9 gene editing functions in L. hesperus and that eye pigmentation genes are important for determining successful genetic modification of this insect.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-022-08908-4

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