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A trapezoidal wing equivalent to a Janatella leucodesma's wing in terms of aerodynamic performance in the flapping flight of a butterfly model.

Wing planform is one of important factors for lift and thrust generation and enhancement in flapping flight. In our previous study using a simple numerical model of a butterfly, it was found that the wing planform of an actual butterfly (Janatella leucodesma) is more efficient than any of the rectangular or trapezoidal wing planforms. In the present study, we make a hypothesis that the efficient aerodynamic performance of the butterfly's wing can be reproduced by the following four geometrical parameters of...


Correction: Issue framing in online voting advice applications: The effect of left-wing and right-wing headers on reported attitudes.

[This corrects the article DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0212555.].

The formation of the Thickveins (Tkv) gradient in Drosophila wing discs: A theoretical study.

The development of wing imaginal disc (wing disc) is commonly adopted for the studies of patterning and growth which are two fundamental problems in developmental biology. Decapentaplegic (Dpp) signaling regulates several aspects of wing development, such as the anterior (A)-posterior (P) patterning, cellular growth rate, and cell adhesion. The distribution and activity of Dpp signaling are controlled in part by the expression level of its major type I receptor, Thickveins (Tkv). In this paper, we focus on ...


Involvement of Heat Shock Protein 40 in the Wing Dimorphism of the House Cricket Acheta domesticus.

Wing dimorphism is a common phenomenon in a wide range of insect taxa. In most insects, the two morphs are macropterous and micropterous, in extreme cases of the latter, wing shedding can occur. Wing dimorphism contributes significantly to the ecological success of many insect species. However, the molecular basis of wing dimorphism is not fully understood, especially for wing-shed. Here, differentially expressed genes over eight developmental stages of the house cricket Acheta domesticus, which undergoes w...

Drivers of legal and illegal solid waste disposal in the Global South - The case of households in Yaoundé (Cameroon).

Managing municipal solid waste is a challenge for many policy makers, but even more so in the Global South. Regulatory instruments are often limited, available resources are scarce and illegal waste disposal is an easy opt-out. We analyze a unique dataset regarding waste disposal choices by households in Yaoundé, Cameroon, including information on illegal waste dumping. Overall, households in Yaoundé seem to act predominantly as rational, cost-minimizing agents. While social criteria also play a role, was...

Drosophila jumu modulates apoptosis via a JNK-dependent pathway and is required for other processes in wing development.

Previous studies in several model organisms have revealed that members of the Forkhead (Fkh) transcription factor family have multiple functions. Drosophila Jumeau (Jumu), a member of this family, participates in cardiogenesis, hematopoiesis and immune system homeostasis. Here, we show that loss of jumu function positively regulates or triggers apoptosis via a JNK-dependent pathway in wing development. jumu mutants showed reduced wing size and increased apoptosis. Moreover, we observed a loss of the anterio...

Decapentaplegic function in wing vein development and wing morph transformation in brown planthopper, Nilaparvata lugens.

The decapentaplegic (dpp) gene plays a variety of roles in diverse cellular and molecular processes of the growth and development. In insects, dpp is mainly required for dorsal-ventral patterning and appendage formation. The brown planthopper (BPH) Nilaparvata lugens, a major pest of rice, possesses two distinct wing morphs described as long-winged (LW) and short-winged (SW) morphs. With our lab-maintained stable strains of LW and SW BPH, RNA interference (RNAi) was used to research the functions of N. luge...

Butterfly wing hears the sound: acoustic detection using biophotonic nanostructure.

The biophotonic nanostructures of Morpho butterfly wing display iridescent colors through the combined effect of light diffraction and interference. These nanostructures have attracted wide attention due to their high optical sensitivity and deformable material properties, and have been applied to various infrared (IR), volatile organic compounds (VOCs), and pH sensors. This work explores the application of such biophotonic nanostructures of butterfly wing for acoustic detection and voice recognition. The p...

Racist Like Me - A Call to Self-Reflection and Action for White Physicians.

Spatiotemporal analysis of the housing bubble's contribution to the proliferation of illegal landfills - The case of Gran Canaria.

Illegal landfills are the source of many impacts that can alter the environment and represent a public health risk. This study investigates their spatiotemporal distribution in two representative areas of Gran Canaria: northwest (Zone A) and east (Zone B). Illegal landfill occurrence was simulated between 2000 and 2018, to estimate and spatially locate the surface growth of illegal landfills based on cellular automata, cellular automata-Markov and multiobjective land allocation models. The proliferation of ...

Illegal logging as a disincentive to the establishment of a sustainable forest sector in the Amazon.

Brazil recently began granting timber concessions in public forests to promote sustainable forest use. The effectiveness of this strategy hinges on the design and implementation of the concessions themselves as well as their competitive position within the logging sector as a whole. There is, however, a lack of information on the competitive interaction between legal and illegal logging and its effects on concessions profits. We address this knowledge gap by using a spatially explicit simulation model of th...

Driving under the influence of opioids: What prescribers should know.

Opioids affect the central nervous system and are known to produce dizziness, sleepiness, mood changes, and other actions that in some people have a negative impact on psychomotor or mental performance. The negative effects can be exacerbated in persons who are taking other prescription medications or illegal substances. Opioid-abusing drivers clearly represent an unnecessary danger to the public; although the vast majority of patients taking prescription opioids for pain safely drive to work and other acti...

Clinical relevance of genome-wide polygenic score may be less than claimed.

A recent study claimed that genome-wide polygenic scores (GPSs) for five common diseases could identify individuals with risk equivalent to monogenic mutations. Receiver operator curve analyses were reported to have areas under the curve (AUCs) ranging from 0.63 for inflammatory bowel disease up to 0.81 for coronary artery disease (CAD), but these models also included age and sex, themselves strong predictors of risk. The GPS for CAD identified 8% of the population at threefold increased risk, which was cla...

Consistent declines in wing lengths of Calidridine sandpipers suggest a rapid morphometric response to environmental change.

A recent study demonstrated that semipalmated sandpiper (Calidris pusilla) wing lengths have shortened from the 1980s to the present-day. We examined alternative and untested hypotheses for this change at an important stopover site, James Bay, Ontario, Canada. We evaluated morphometric patterns in wing length and bill length by age and sex, when possible, and assessed if wing shape has also changed during this time-period. We investigated patterns of morphological change in two additional Calidridine sandpi...

miR-34 modulates wing polyphenism in planthopper.

Polyphenism is a successful strategy adopted by organisms to adapt to environmental changes. Brown planthoppers (BPH, Nilaparvata lugens) develop two wing phenotypes, including long-winged (LW) and short-winged (SW) morphs. Though insulin receptor (InR) and juvenile hormone (JH) have been known to regulate wing polyphenism in BPH, the interaction between these regulators remains largely elusive. Here, we discovered that a conserved microRNA, miR-34, modulates a positive autoregulatory feedback loop of JH an...

A review of drug abuse in recently reported cases of driving under the influence of drugs (DUID) in Asia, USA, and Europe.

Driving Under the Influence of Drugs (DUID) is considered a serious issue related to the abuse of illegal drugs. DUID cases, including deaths, are being continuously reported in Asia, USA, and Europe. This literature review focuses on illegal drug abuse in recent DUID cases reported in Asia, USA, and Europe. To determine illegal drug abuse in DUID suspects, previous studies collected and analyzed biological samples, such as blood, urine, oral fluids, and hair. In addition, there were forensic autopsies and ...

Discussion: Illegal kills of protected wolves call for public reasoning.

Illegal wolf kills happens around in Europe despite the European wolf is protected under the EU Habitats Directive. The reason for this is conflicts with farmers and local hunters and in some instances also direct fear. In April 2018, a wolf was killed in Denmark after 1st recolonization since the 18th century. This caused a heated debate and calls for better communication and management of the Danish and entire European wolf population. Here we discuss the challenges of illegal wolf kills and call for Euro...

Computational investigation of wing-body interaction and its lift enhancement effect in hummingbird forward flight.

Lift enhancement mechanism due to wing-body interaction (WBI) was previously proved to be significant in the forward flight of insect flyers with wide-shape bodies, such as cicada. In order to further explore WBI and its lift enhancement effect in a flapping flight platform with different wing and body shapes, numerical investigations of WBI was performed on the forward flight of a hummingbird in this paper. A high-fidelity computational model of a hummingbird in forward flight was modeled with its geometri...

The putative chitin deacetylases serpentine and vermiform have non-redundant functions during Drosophila wing development.

The chitin modifying deacetylases (CDA) CDA1 and CDA2 have been reported to play partially redundant roles during insect cuticle formation and molting and tracheal morphogenesis in various insect species. In order to distinguish possible functional differences between these two enzymes, we analyzed their function during wing development in the fruit fly Drosophila melanogaster. In tissue-specific RNA interference experiments, we demonstrate that DmCDA1 (Serpentine, Serp) and DmCDA2 (Vermiform, Verm) have di...

Illegal recreational fishing causes a decline in a fishery targeted species (Snapper: Chrysophrys auratus) within a remote no-take marine protected area.

One role of Marine Protected Areas is to protect biodiversity; however, illegal fishing activity can reduce the effectiveness of protection. Quantifying illegal fishing effort within no-take MPAs is difficult and the impacts of illegal fishing on biodiversity are poorly understood. To provide an assessment of illegal fishing activity, a surveillance camera was deployed at the Seal Rocks no-take area within the Port Stephens-Great Lakes Marine Park from April 2017-March 2018. To assess impacts of illegal fis...

Effect of larval density and substrate quality on the wing geometry of Stomoxys calcitrans L. (Diptera: Muscidae).

In insects, oviposition decisions may lead to egg deposition in substrates with different larval density and nutritional levels. Individuals developing in such substrates may present plasticity in their phenotype. Here, we investigated the effect of two factors related to oviposition decisions, namely larval density and substrate quality, on the wing size and wing shape of the stable fly, Stomoxys calcitrans L. (Diptera: Muscidae).

Ecological gradients drive insect wing loss and speciation: the role of the alpine treeline.

Alpine ecosystems are frequently characterised by an abundance of wing-reduced insect species, but the drivers of this biodiversity remain poorly understood. Insect wing reduction in these environments has variously been attributed to altitude, temperature, isolation, habitat stability, or decreased habitat size. We used fine-scale ecotypic and genomic analyses, along with broad-scale distributional analyses of ecotypes, to unravel the ecological drivers of wing reduction in the wing-dimorphic stonefly Zela...

Sustainable monitoring coverage of unmanned aerial vehicle photogrammetry according to wing type and image resolution.

Unmanned aerial vehicles can collect high-resolution and real-time photos while emitting fewer greenhouse gases than ordinary airplanes and therefore are considered economic and environmentally friendly platforms. However, quantitative analyses of the sustainability of using unmanned aerial vehicles for aerial photography based on their performance and technical constraints compared to that of airplanes are lacking. The purpose of this study is to analyze the economically and environmentally appropriate mon...

The Existential Function of Right-wing Authoritarianism.

Four studies tested the existential and existential buffering functions of right-wing authoritarianism (RWA). We tested whether facets of meaning mediated these functions.

A Comparison of DSM-IV-TR and DSM-5 Diagnostic Criteria for Gambling Disorder in a Large Clinical Sample.

Gambling-related crimes are known to be associated with gambling disorder (GD). Due to a lack of consensus in the scientific community regarding the relevance of this diagnostic criterion, it was removed from the DSM-5. The primary aim of this study was to investigate through structural equation modeling (SEM) whether higher GD severity in treatment-seeking GD patients with a criminal record is mediated through the illegal acts criterion itself, or whether it can be better explained by other related clinica...


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