Physics Research Works: Recent submissions

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    • Arguing about argument and evidence: Disagreements and ambiguities in science education research and practice 

      Tang, Xiaowei; Levin, Daniel; Chumbley, Alexander; Elby, Andrew (2022)
      Science education researchers agree about the importance of evidence in science practices such as argumentation. Yet, disagreements and ambiguities about what counts as “evidence” in science classrooms pervade the literature. ...
    • Decoding the massive genome of loblolly pine using haploid DNA and novel assembly strategies 

      Neale, David B; Wegrzyn, Jill L; Stevens, Kristian A; Zimin, Aleksey V; Puiu, Daniela; Crepeau, Marc W; Cardeno, Charis; Koriabine, Maxim; Holtz-Morris, Ann E; Liechty, John D; Martínez-García, Pedro J; Vasquez-Gross, Hans A; Lin, Brian Y; Zieve, Jacob J; Dougherty, William M; Fuentes-Soriano, Sara; Wu, Le-Shin; Gilbert, Don; Marçais, Guillaume; Roberts, Michael; Holt, Carson; Yandell, Mark; Davis, John M; Smith, Katherine E; Dean, Jeffrey FD; Lorenz, W Walter; Whetten, Ross W; Sederoff, Ronald; Wheeler, Nicholas; McGuire, Patrick E; Main, Doreen; Loopstra, Carol A; Mockaitis, Keithanne; deJong, Pieter J; Yorke, James A; Salzberg, Steven L; Langley, Charles H (Springer Nature, 2014-03-04)
      The size and complexity of conifer genomes has, until now, prevented full genome sequencing and assembly. The large research community and economic importance of loblolly pine, Pinus taeda L., made it an early candidate ...
    • A new rhesus macaque assembly and annotation for next-generation sequencing analyses 

      Zimin, Aleksey V; Cornish, Adam S; Maudhoo, Mnirnal D; Gibbs, Robert M; Zhang, Xiongfei; Pandey, Sanjit; Meehan, Daniel T; Wipfler, Kristin; Bosinger, Steven E; Johnson, Zachary P; Tharp, Gregory K; Marçais, Guillaume; Roberts, Michael; Ferguson, Betsy; Fox, Howard S; Treangen, Todd; Salzberg, Steven L; Yorke, James A; Norgren, Robert B Jr (Springer Nature, 2014-10-14)
      The rhesus macaque (Macaca mulatta) is a key species for advancing biomedical research. Like all draft mammalian genomes, the draft rhesus assembly (rheMac2) has gaps, sequencing errors and misassemblies that have prevented ...
    • The Structure of Scientific Knowledge 

      Misner, Charles W. (DFG Research Training Group, University of Bremen, 2012-03-28)
      This talk proposes that the best theories, called certified theories, are to be found as a subset of falsified theories, i.e. those that remain insightful and useful within known limits.
    • Data for: Understanding cytoskeletal avalanches using mechanical stability analysis 

      Floyd, Carlos; Levine, Herbert; Jarzynski, Christopher; Papoian, Garegin A. (2021-08)
      Eukaryotic cells are mechanically supported by a polymer network called the cytoskeleton, which consumes chemical energy to dynamically remodel its structure. Recent experiments \textit{in vivo} have revealed that this ...