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Ice nucleation studies of two beetles from sub-antarctic South Georgia

first_imgSupercooling points of adults and larvae of the coleopterans Hydromedion sparsutum and Perimylops antarcticus at South Georgia ranged from -3.0 to -5.4°C with Perimylops freezing at c.1.6°C lower than Hydromedion. Intact excised guts from adults of both species froze c. 1°C lower than the adult insects. Ice nucleating activity of homogenized faeces from larvae and adults of both species and excised guts were compared with three potential food plants using an ice nucleation spectrometer. Mean supercooling points of the insect materials at four concentrations in distilled water (range from 0.01 to 10 g 1−1) were significantly different (P<0.01) within species, and within life stages between species. Differences in the supercooling points of suspensions of Polytrichum alpinum (moss) and Usnea fasciata (lichen) were not significant. In general, differences between supercooling points were greater at the higher concentrations. Histograms of the supercooling points showed unimodal distributions particularly at high concentrations and greater dispersion with increased dilution. Spectra showing the concentration of active ice nucleators over the temperature range 0 to -20°C were developed. These showed that nucleation occurred as high as -2°C in faecal material and all insect samples nucleated above -3°C, whereas the plant materials nucleated between -4 and -5°C. The calculated number of ice nucleators for each material in suspension revealed low values (5.3 to 5.8 × 103) for the plants, but a greater abundance (1.3 × 105 to 1.3 × 106) in the insect samples. It is concluded that c.1000 active nucleators g−1 are required for ice nucleation to occur in these suspensions. Ice nucleator activity of a suspension of Hydromedion faeces was much reduced by heating to 75°C, suggesting a proteinaceous structure. These results are discussed in relation to ice nucleation in other insects, and it is concluded that bacteria may be responsible for the high nucleation temperatures, and hence poor supercooling, in these South Georgia insects. An empirical model is developed for ice nucleation spectra based on these data.last_img

Countrywide share price leaps by 23% following ‘predator’ rumours

first_imgShares in Countrywide jumped in price by 23% yesterday following rumours that an unnamed ‘predator’ fund or company is circling the beleaguered estate agency group.The rumours were highlighted in an article published online by the Daily Mail’s Money Mail website on Sunday but it only became clear yesterday that the City had taken the rumours seriously.Countrywide’s share price jumped from 4.89p to 6.5p a share during early trading as buyers sought to hoover up its stock ahead of a potential takeover or sale.It is also likely that anyone attempting to buy the company or become a majority shareholder would have to pay more than 10p a share, the value Countrywide raised £129 million on last year.City sourcesMoney Mail only gave ‘City sources’ for its story although it hints heavily that it could be a US hedge fund looking to buy a ‘bargain’ now that much of the cost-cutting and branch closure programme has been completed at Countrywide.City investment analysts have been saying for some time that its stock could be under-priced and therefore buying the company, or a majority of its shares, might represent a money-making opportunity should the property market pick up soon.Those with longer memories will remember that at the height of the housing boom prior to the financial crash of 2007/8 Countrywide was bought by a Wall Street equity firm for £1 billion but is worth today, based on its share price, only £78 million.Read more about the Countrywide share price.Countrywide August 20, 2019Nigel LewisWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021 Home » News » Agencies & People » Countrywide share price leaps by 23% following ‘predator’ rumours previous nextAgencies & PeopleCountrywide share price leaps by 23% following ‘predator’ rumoursThe estate agency chain has refused to comment but City traders clearly think possibility of a takeover or purchase have some credibility.Nigel Lewis20th August 201902,566 Viewslast_img

Australian, Indian frigates train together in Indian Ocean

first_img November 30, 2016 Back to overview,Home naval-today Australian, Indian frigates train together in Indian Ocean View post tag: Royal Australian Navy Australian, Indian frigates train together in Indian Ocean The crew of Royal Australian Navy’s Anzac class frigate HMAS Arunta recently took the opportunity to conduct exercises with their Indian Navy counterparts after a port visit to Goa, India.After a short period alongside that included games of cricket and volleyball, Arunta sailed from Goa in company with the Indian Navy’s Talwar-class frigate Teg for a series of exercises in the Northern Indian Ocean.Arunta’s officer of the watch, Lieutenant Pat Velu, said the ships completed a series of exercises including maneuvering drills, station keeping, live weapons firings and a photo exercise.“Exercises like this are a great chance to see how other navies work,” Lieutenant Velu said.“It is impressive that despite the language barriers, two warships from different parts of the world were able to work together with such synergy,” he said.This was Arunta’s second exercise with the Indian Navy in just over 12 months and follows on from the Australian-Indian naval exercise AUSINDEX15 held in the waters off Visakhapatnam, India in 2015.Arunta will start operational maritime security patrols in the Middle East region as part of operation Manitou at the end of November.Operation Manitou is Australia’s contribution to counter terrorism, counter piracy, narcotics interdiction and contributes to stability in the region. View post tag: HMAS Aruntacenter_img View post tag: Indian Navy View post tag: INS Teg Authorities Share this articlelast_img

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