RLRE

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RLRERaiffeisen Leasing Real Estate (Prague)
RLRERelease Response
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In addition to proposing the nematocyst release response, we hypothesize that the response is controlled by prey-derived chemicals, as are nematocyst-mediated prey capture (Thorington and Hessinger, 1988b) and the subsequent feeding response (Lindsted, 1971; Lenhoff and Heagy, 1977).
Using methoxyverapamil (D-600) to selectively inhibit discharge from Type Bs, we show that (i) NANA inhibits the intrinsic adherence of nematocysts discharged from Type C CSCCs and, therefore, controls the release response of Type Cs; and (ii) glycine inhibits the intrinsic adherence of nematocysts discharged from Type B CSCCs and, therefore, controls the release response of Type Bs.
To test our hypotheses that a nematocyst release response exists and is under the control of prey-derived chemicals, we ask the research question: Do known chemosensitizers of nematocyst discharge lower, in a dose-dependent manner, the values of [i.
We proposed a so-called nematocyst release response controlled by soluble, prey-derived chemicals also known to both chemosensitize nematocyst discharge and initiate the feeding response.
b] over a wide range of values, in a dose-dependent manner, but without affecting the release response of nematocysts discharged from Type Bs.
Glycine inhibits discharge from Type Cs, but it does not affect the Type C nematocyst release response.
Our present work shows that NANA controls the release response of nematocysts discharged from Type Cs [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 2D OMITTED], whereas glycine controls the release response of nematocysts from the more numerous Type Bs [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 3D OMITTED].
On the other hand, the subsequent release response and prey ingestion take place on a much longer timescale than prey capture.
November 17, 2017 Release responses to questions received
Officials worried that the district could be vulnerable to charges of defamation or could violate its collective bargaining agreement with the teachers union if it were to release responses criticizing teachers.
The management at these major manufacturers are scheduled to release responses to their trade unions' demands on Wednesday.