1 eation sites for further growth by molecular accretion.
2 of lead into the core throughout the Earth's accretion.
3 d find that radiation pressure does not halt accretion.
4 een expected to prevent them from growing by accretion.
5 alcium levels but does not improve bone mass accretion.
6 wth, which is suggestive of lean tissue mass accretion.
7 apsomere-capsomere interactions during shell accretion.
8 ature are indeed signatures of supercritical accretion.
9 ngular momentum that would otherwise inhibit accretion.
10 how to limit proteolysis and promote protein accretion.
11 c energy required for age-appropriate tissue accretion.
12 el shift), as well as deficits in total eEF2 accretion.
13 sequently added during the era known as Late Accretion.
14 transported to the Kuiper belt before comet accretion.
15 nclude that high-mass stars can form through accretion.
16 pull in surrounding gas, in a process called accretion.
17 terol can affect fetal metabolism and sterol accretion.
18 due to the sudden onset of a phase of rapid accretion.
19 ondritic material added to Earth during Late Accretion.
20 he core-mantle boundary region since Earth's accretion.
21 ically become net negative and threaten reef accretion.
22 entrations of hormones that regulate mineral accretion.
23 cted to have higher spin rates at the end of accretion.
24 ented bone loss, and improved lean body mass accretion.
25 and splenic uptake while not affecting tumor accretion.
26 ring Earth (and other differentiated bodies) accretion.
27 black holes have revealed a complex array of accretion activity, the mechanisms that trigger and supp
28 fects on calcium absorption and bone mineral accretion after 8 wk and 1 y of supplementation with an
29 If there is accretion after neutron-star formation, the atmosphere c
30 om Hf-W systematics, and implies substantial accretion after the Moon-forming impact, which occurred
31 m effects of calcium supplementation on bone accretion among females from childhood to young adulthoo
32 is may lead to a lack of normal bone mineral accretion and a subsequent reduction in the lumbar spine
33 the basal mass balance (the balance between accretion and ablation at the ice-shelf base) for the wh
34 The phenomenon is known as pulsed accretion and can affect the orbital evolution and mass
35 We have developed a 3D model of tidal marsh accretion and channel network development that couples p
36 ments of its size distribution constrain its accretion and collisional history, and the importance of
37 accretion, and related to current models for accretion and core formation in the Earth.
38 that occurred during the last 1% of Earth's accretion and core formation in the Wood and Halliday me
39 Myr) in determining the timescale of Earth's accretion and core formation.
40 The rate of accretion and core segregation on Earth as deduced from
41 ing the fundamental processes of protoplanet accretion and differentiation within the solar protoplan
42 beta-sheet linkages leading to intracellular accretion and disease.
43 hydrogen bonding guides secondary structure accretion and DSE contraction as solvent quality is decr
44 an early evolutionary stage, with rapid mass accretion and dust formation.
45 rased the signature of Earth's heterogeneous accretion and early differentiation.
46 of segment growth and that focused magmatic accretion and extension in the crust have remained stabl
47 d their nuclear massive black holes, through accretion and galactic merging.
48 ed for caution when modelling reef framework accretion and interpreting results which extrapolate inf
49 a protracted and complex history of volatile accretion and loss.
50 ocus on the clear empirical rules connecting accretion and outflow that have been established for ste
51 ave been fixed by a complex interplay of gas accretion and protostellar radiation.
52 enario for the DdRp subunits includes domain accretion and rearrangement, with some likely horizontal
53 by the competition between vertical sediment accretion and relative sea-level rise.
54 tter sink to the centres of galaxies through accretion and repeated mergers.
55 This structure is important for shell accretion and stability of the protein coat.
56 ded DNA phages, are a key regulator of shell accretion and stabilization.
57 Muscle protein accretion and synthesis were measured with the femoral a
58 he acquisition of volatiles during planetary accretion and their subsequent evolution.
59 ssumes non-linear relationships between peat accretion and water depth, and describes flow-dependent
60 high-calcium diets attenuate adipocyte lipid accretion and weight gain during the overconsumption of
61 b age cannot be used to argue for protracted accretion and/or core formation (>50 Myr) because this c
62 ntaining protein: GLR-1 accumulates in large accretions and animals display a decreased frequency of
63 enteral nutrition on proteolysis and protein accretion, and conducting a large randomized controlled
64 tory, such as formation of the first solids, accretion, and differentiation of protoplanetary bodies,
65 ation and triplication, exon shuffling, exon accretion, and fusion/fission events.
66 and T, changing silicate composition during accretion, and related to current models for accretion a
67 g region can undergo significant competitive accretion, and that the simulations that show competitiv
68 Mid-ocean ridge morphology and crustal accretion are known to depend on the spreading rate of t
69 , extent of mixing, and material loss during accretion are poorly constrained.
70 ense bursts of star formation and black hole accretion, are processes invoked by current theories of
71 Here we derive the rate of competitive accretion as a function of the star-forming environment,
72 formation, or from evaporative losses during accretion as the planets were built up.
73 We attribute this to pulsed accretion associated with an unseen binary companion.
74 30 Myr, corresponds to the end of main-stage accretion at approximately 30 Myr.
75 these bodies, therefore, did not result from accretion at different times from an incompletely conden
76 that ZO-1 controls the rate of Cx43 channel accretion at GJ peripheries, which, in conjunction with
77 -containing formulas allows for bone mineral accretion at or near in utero rates.
78 est constraints on early stages of planetary accretion because most are remnants of the oldest bodies
79 s early as 150 million years after planetary accretion, but assessing the rates and processes of subs
80 Mass accretion by black holes (BHs) is typically capped at th
81 ins found in maize (Zea mays), accumulate in accretions called protein bodies inside the endoplasmic
82 ng and nature of collisions during planetary accretion can be gained from meteorite studies.
83 ne in what types of environments competitive accretion can occur.
84 terpreted to be the result of a post-primary-accretion cataclysmic spike in the number of impacts com
85 the source is highly compact and powered by accretion close to the Eddington limit onto a black hole
86 ion time approximately 100 Myr after martian accretion, comparable to that of the Moon-forming impact
87 Juvenile recruitment and reef accretion correlated with oyster density, facilitating r
88 al regions from stellar debris that forms an accretion disk around the black hole.
89 Subsequent formation of a super-Eddington accretion disk from the disrupted companion inside a com
90 suggesting that the M87 jet is powered by an accretion disk in a prograde orbit around a spinning bla
91 he quasar PG 1700+518 originate close to the accretion disk in an electron scattering wind.
92 Here we report that jet magnetic field and accretion disk luminosity are tightly correlated over se
93 is believed to episodically dump much of the accretion disk onto the white dwarf.
94 by differential rotation of the black hole's accretion disk or inertial-frame-dragging ergosphere.
95 play a critical role in jet formation and in accretion disk physics.
96 etic collimation, the predicted structure on accretion disk scales at the jet launch point has not be
97 Winds launched from a rotating accretion disk surrounding the black hole are thought to
98 ic jets are more likely to be powered by the accretion disk than by the spin of the black hole, and i
99 ese fields obstruct gas infall, compress the accretion disk vertically, slow down the disk rotation b
100 The circumstellar accretion disk was evaporated by ultraviolet radiation f
101 nfrared star or, later, a black hole with an accretion disk, although the preferred interpretation wa
102 ller than the innermost edge of a retrograde accretion disk, suggesting that the M87 jet is powered b
103 l of high-angular-momentum material from the accretion disk, thereby allowing the central protostar t
104 transfers hydrogen-rich matter, by way of an accretion disk, to its white dwarf companion.
105 suppress the formation of a slowly draining accretion disk.
106 und the black hole drives a hot wind off the accretion disk.
107 ne arises when the jet illuminates the inner accretion disk.
108 and centrifugally accelerated off a rotating accretion disk.
109 ativistic reflection features from the inner accretion disk.
110 he nucleus, it may likely originate from the accretion disk.
111 ly 5-20M cicled dot, probably by means of an accretion disk.
112 It is unclear, however, whether the accretion-disk paradigm can also account for the formati
113 'laboratories' for studying the evolution of accretion disks and jet formation in black-hole systems.
114 Accretion disks must transfer angular momentum in order
115 Magnetic fields in accretion disks play a dominant part during the star for
116 and possibly in the innermost part of their accretion disks, but the strength and morphology of the
117 tions) and predicted (the inner heliosheath, accretion disks, gamma-ray bursts and so on).
118 Scaled to accretion disks, rates of angular momentum transport lie
119 ent energy sources known in the Universe are accretion disks.
120 d that the simulations that show competitive accretion do so because the assumed properties differ fr
121 K1 antigen), which is encoded by the kps/neu accretion domain inserted near pheV at 67 map units.
122 ies established that calcium influences bone accretion during growth.
123 um requirements for maximal skeletal calcium accretion during puberty may differ between the races.
124 Here we show that NO accretion during the nitrosative burst promotes increasi
125 In utero rates of calcium accretion during the third trimester cannot be readily a
126 us, discharge competence and non-linear peat accretion dynamics may explain the establishment, persis
127 Late accretion, early mantle differentiation, and core-mantle
128 aminidase tail protein gene of a chromosomal accretion element, designated CUS-3, with homology to la
129 We suggest that such accretion-enhanced X-ray emission from erupting young st
130 principally by coherent rather than chaotic accretion episodes.
131 , we show that observations suggest a sudden accretion event onto a central MBH of mass about 10(6) t
132 y to Earth, rather than gained during a late accretion event.
133 was found, potentially representing such an accretion event.
134 Observational evidence of accretion events is provided by the coherent stellar str
135 hypotheses for its origin have included late accretion events, large impacts, tidal effects and conve
136 Wind accretion explains the X-ray luminosity, and the black-h
137 stic ejecta, along with a central engine (an accretion-fed, rapidly rotating compact source) that pro
138 d reveal the causal relationship between the accretion flow and the powerful jet emission.
139 suggests the presence of an outflow from the accretion flow onto the SMBH.
140 al is to resolve structures in the innermost accretion flow surrounding Sgr A*, where strong gravitat
141 he black hole, but arises in the surrounding accretion flow.
142 ristic rapid X-ray variability seen from the accretion flow.
143 influences the geometry and dynamics of the accretion flow.
144 und here is indicative of growth by coherent accretion for this black hole, and suggests that black-h
145 nating in the break-up of a larger body, but accretion from a circumplanetary disk is also plausible
146 t is well explained by the standard model of accretion from partially volatile-depleted material, acc
147 Periodic variations consistent with pulsed accretion have been seen in only a few young binaries vi
148 ce or if thermonuclear reactions occur after accretion, heavy elements (for example, Fe) are expected
149 , which often comes in the form of long-term accretion in active galactic nuclei.
150 patic steatosis, hyperlipidemia, and adipose accretion in animal models of obesity.
151 uptake within the tumors and no evidence of accretion in any normal tissue.
152 t is unknown whether the additional skeletal accretion in boys requires additional dietary calcium in
153 n limiting proteolysis and producing protein accretion in preterm infants, but the protein content of
154 asteroidal deformation accompanied planetary accretion in the early Solar System.
155 mechanism that can trigger supra-exponential accretion in the early universe, when a BH seed is bound
156 Abnormal fat accretion in the setting of obesity can lead to insulin
157 er long-term supplementation influences bone accretion in young adults is not known.
158 l dietary fatty acid that decreases fat mass accretion in young animals.
159 upplementation significantly influenced bone accretion in young females during the pubertal growth sp
160 enerations, accompanied by filamentation and accretion (in approximately 2% of cells) of paracrystall
161 Liver fat accretion, independent of VAT, may play a role in the et
162 hows the effectiveness of ALA conversion and accretion into erythrocytes.
163 of cosmic star formation indicates that gas accretion is likely to be the dominant mode by which gal
164 h age), to X-ray generating processes (e.g., accretion, jets, magnetically confined winds) that were
165 are thought to grow mostly by merger-driven accretion leading to high spin.
166 the inner disk (around GG Tau Aa) beyond the accretion lifetime, leaving time for planet formation to
167 ccretion tracers, albeit intermittently with accretion luminosity variations ranging from zero to 50
168 n turn suggests that three-dimensional magma accretion may occur near intermediate- and fast-slipping
169 Late accretion may offer a solution, provided that >/=0.5% Ea
170 nces in adipokines and myocardial fatty acid accretion may underlie heterogeneous data from rodent st
171 f detecting the donor against the light from accretion, means that no donor star to date has a measur
172 The survey measurements support the core accretion model, in which planets form by the accumulati
173 ed to confirm predictions of the competitive accretion model.
174 ordinary radio pulsars, rule out alternative accretion models for AXPs, and provide a new window into
175 Competitive accretion models interpret brown dwarfs and free-floatin
176 ancient martian impact basins, and planetary accretion models.
177 ritis (n = 2), and urinary calcium carbonate accretions (n = 3) were seen in animals with high exposu
178 suggests that two distinct modes of crustal accretion occur along slow-spreading ridges.
179 Mars' accretion occurred early enough to allow establishment o
180 ransit through the protein cage, and mineral accretion occurs in the central cavity.
181 r its origin as a late carapace added by the accretion of a companion moon.
182 e of radiation from the tidal disruption and accretion of a star can be used as a marker for supermas
183 s that the role of the magnetic field in the accretion of a T Tauri star is more complex than our cur
184 This possibly involves accretion of additional Tha4 into a larger transport-act
185 The accretion of bodies in the asteroid belt was halted near
186 e in the assimilation of dietary fat and the accretion of body fat in mice.
187 f planetary formation by mediating the rapid accretion of disk material onto the central star and the
188 Accretion of domains and molecules gave rise to modern a
189 W chronometry of terrestrial rocks points to accretion of Earth in approximately 30 Myr after the for
190 icular promise for clarifying the sequential accretion of ecological and behavioral characters that p
191 esis and crustal shortening, coincident with accretion of exotic crust.
192 stages when fibrils increase in diameter by accretion of extracellular collagen, thereby maintaining
193 fficiency of protein); and 3) maintenance or accretion of fat-free mass--in some individuals, a moder
194 steroid, with the new primary resulting from accretion of fragments, while the moonlets are formed fr
195 1); ref. 1) are thought to be powered by the accretion of gas onto black holes with masses of approxi
196 diant luminosities through the gravitational accretion of gas.
197 hat CpG and NFI sites emerged with a general accretion of GC-rich sequences downstream of the eukaryo
198 ort horizontal transfer as the mechanism for accretion of genes into the PAI and highlight a likely r
199 gests that the C-terminal domain mediates an accretion of HMO1 on DNA that causes in-phase DNA bendin
200 : one allowing growth to proceed only by the accretion of individual assembly subunits and the other
201 c medium (CGM) is fed by galaxy outflows and accretion of intergalactic gas, but its mass, heavy elem
202 supports cratonic assembly by subduction and accretion of lithospheric fragments.
203 uggest that high-mass stars may form through accretion of material from a circumstellar disk, in esse
204 The accretion of matter onto a massive black hole is believe
205 n, and it challenges physical models for the accretion of matter onto magnetized compact objects.
206 relativistic jets, which are powered by the accretion of matter onto supermassive black holes.
207 domain mediates both DNA end-joining and an accretion of multiple HMO1 protomers on duplex DNA that
208 indicate that aging results in a diminished accretion of muscle proteins after ingestion of a small
209 bolus of EAAs is associated with diminished accretion of muscle proteins in the elderly when compare
210 idual mutations, showing that the systematic accretion of mutations can yield progressive increases i
211 entify genes differentially regulated during accretion of P. gingivalis in heterotypic biofilms with
212 otein-protein interactions contribute to the accretion of plasma proteins during drusen formation.
213 Late accretion of primitive chondritic material to Earth, the
214 Diminished accretion of SHF precursors to the elongating OFT myocar
215 earrangement and three-dimensional growth by accretion of silica molecules.
216 l well populated CATH families, suggest that accretion of small secondary structure insertions may pr
217 ontinuously through hierarchical merging and accretion of smaller systems.
218 ably via non-mass-dependent chemistry before accretion of the first planetesimals.
219 nses at the spreading axis, but the style of accretion of the lower oceanic crust is actively debated
220 We assumed that accretion of the outer portion of the stellar core by a
221 h, at least since the termination of primary accretion of the planets and the postulated impact origi
222 s the prompt emission and that fall-back and accretion of the stellar envelope later produce the plat
223 cans appear to be more resistant to both the accretion of triglyceride in the abdominal visceral comp
224 llar masses are determined by the subsequent accretion of unbound gas from the clump.
225 The abundant accretion of vascular amyloid, despite low AbetaPP trans
226 n appears to constrain the extent of nitrate accretion, once organic carbon and nitrate availability
227 relativistic outflow, launched by transient accretion onto a million-solar-mass black hole.
228 Transient accretion onto a supermassive black hole, for example th
229 This result demonstrates that disk accretion onto black holes is a fundamentally magnetic p
230 c nuclei (AGN) shone brightly as a result of accretion onto black holes.
231 actic nuclei, which are powered by long-term accretion onto central supermassive black holes, produce
232 Although disk accretion onto compact objects-white dwarfs, neutron sta
233 per second can be explained by supercritical accretion onto massive stellar-mass black holes.
234 Gas accretion onto some massive black holes (MBHs) at the ce
235 of Galactic black hole binaries, powered by accretion onto supermassive black holes with masses of 1
236 lanet formation, giant planet migration, and accretion onto the central star.
237 -ray emission may be a direct result of mass accretion onto the forming star.
238 causal link between gas-rich galaxy mergers, accretion onto the nuclear SMBH, and coeval star formati
239 Given that the inner disks are depleted by accretion onto the stars on timescales of a few thousand
240 esting that erosion, not subcrustal sediment accretion or anatexis, is partly responsible for the thi
241 ese black holes continue to grow by coherent accretion or in a chaotic manner, though clear differenc
242 asal thermal regime of the ice sheet by lake accretion or through scouring bedrock channels in period
243 ional shards, modified to varying degrees by accretion, or may have grown by accretion without the ai
244 titis, chronic periodontitis, periodontosis, accretions, other specified periodontal disease, or unsp
245 ed greater fat mass accretion than lean mass accretion (P < 0.001).
246 nisms, a standard nucleation-limited monomer-accretion pathway and two distinct hierarchical assembly
247 nto large particles occurs after the primary accretion phase has concluded.
248 ay from protostars during their initial mass accretion phase.
249 can be physically linked, revealing that the accretion process is exactly the same for small and larg
250 t of the luminosity is generated through the accretion process, with an accretion rate of about 6.6 x
251 is an important parameter of the black hole accretion process.
252 lar orbits, as is expected if they formed by accretion processes in a protostellar disk.
253 Although generally associated with the accretion processes necessary for marshes to keep up wit
254 mplies that stars of all masses can form via accretion processes, and coalescence of intermediate-mas
255 The high gas opacity traps the accretion radiation, while the low-mass BH's random moti
256 of the light curve follow the predicted mass accretion rate and can be modelled to determine the time
257 rated through the accretion process, with an accretion rate of about 6.6 x 10(-7) solar masses per ye
258 The terrestrial IDP accretion rate was overwhelmingly dominated by Veritas f
259 that, after correcting for variations in the accretion rate, the timescales can be physically linked,
260 Calculated accretion rates (mm year(-1)) for shallow fore-reef habi
261 0,000 years, although theory suggests larger accretion rates earlier, so it may be younger.
262 ds a marsh platform and channel network with accretion rates everywhere equal to the rate of sea-leve
263 ncreases in luminosity arising from variable accretion rates have been predicted for some pre-main-se
264 were similar and concordant with net calcium accretion rates in vivo.
265 expected from the AGN black hole masses and accretion rates.
266 ung stars can occur as a consequence of high accretion rates.
267 as the Milky Way gain much of their mass by accretion rather than major mergers.
268 only the asteroid belt but even in the comet accretion region, suggesting a huge and efficient proces
269 e report a robust instability of the stalled accretion shock in core-collapse supernovae that is able
270 The strength and regularity of this accretion signal is surprising; it may be related to the
271 y correlated with the time scale of the main accretion stage of the Earth.
272 els of the prevalent radiatively inefficient accretion state.
273 Accretion stops, and the pre-main sequence star that eme
274 reef-like assembly of laminated sedimentary accretion structures (stromatolites) that have macroscal
275 composed of light elements (H or He); if no accretion takes place or if thermonuclear reactions occu
276 s observed, which indicated greater fat mass accretion than lean mass accretion (P < 0.001).
277 icant departures from the standard thin disk accretion that powers bright Galactic X-ray binaries, or
278 bodies, followed by post-core-formation late accretion that replenished their mantles with highly sid
279 The lunar mantle experienced late accretion that was similar in composition to that of Ear
280 ctive decay and was only incorporated during accretion-that is, it is primordial.
281 This is in good agreement with the core-accretion theory of planet formation, in which a gas gia
282 In contrast, competitive accretion theory suggests that at birth all stars are mu
283 ed by a magnetic process that can also drive accretion through the disk.
284 Fast accretion times there allowed small planetesimals to mel
285 ssess this idea, it is crucial to know Mars' accretion timescale, which can be investigated using the
286 polymer can increase the net rate of subunit accretion to a growing capsid both by stabilizing the ad
287 Myr) requires the main stage of the Earth's accretion to be completed rapidly in < 10.7 +/- 2.5 Myr.
288 lar masses, but the instabilities that allow accretion to continue lead to small multiple systems.
289 high redshifts we require active, continuous accretion to infer the presence of the SMBHs, which ofte
290 The timing of water accretion to the inner solar system also has implication
291 een in only a few young binaries via optical accretion tracers, albeit intermittently with accretion
292 Accretion variability is a common feature of young stars
293 Bone mineral accretion was lower (P = 0.04) in the CLA group (0.05 +/
294 Calcium accretion was significantly elevated in NL fetuses by 19
295 E-BP1 phosphorylation status, and total eEF2 accretion were all positively correlated with percentage
296 isotope data are reconciled by heterogeneous accretion, which includes a transition from dominantly v
297 athway, and fibrogenesis despite similar fat accretion with diet-induced obesity.
298 ng the origin of water and the timing of its accretion within the inner solar system is important for
299 ynamic radius (R(h)) and secondary structure accretion without populating the native state.
300 g degrees by accretion, or may have grown by accretion without the aid of a core.
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