Reddi LN, Xiao M, Steinberg SL.
Discontinuous pore fluid distribution under microgravity KC-135 flight investigations.Soil Sci Soc Am J 2005 Apr;69(3): 593-8.(PI: S.L. Steinberg)Note (#5)Parabolic flight results.
Ramat, Stefano; Straumann, Dominik; New York Academy of Sciences.
Clinical and basic oculomotor research.New York, N.Y: New York Academy of Sciences, 2005. NLM ID: 101237827 [Book]Note (#6)
This volume's theme is "Clinical and Basic Oculomotor Research," providing a "snapshot of the state of the art of oculomotor and vestibular research, focusing on the bridge between laboratory and clinical research and the interdisciplinary relationships among ophthalmology, neurology, and otology." Nine papers by PIs are listed in this section and 10 papers are listed in the "Other papers of interest" section. To view all 75 citations, click here, or paste the following into the PubMed query box: ann n y acad sci [ta] 1039 [vi]
Shelhamer M, Aboukhalil A, Clendaniel R.Context-specific adaptation of saccade gain is enhanced with rest intervals between changes in context state.Ann N Y Acad Sci. 2005 Apr;1039:166-75.(PI: M. Shelhamer)
Wilson E, Sng K, Somers JT, Reschke MF, Leigh RJ.Studies of eccentric gaze stability: effects of pitch head position on horizontal gaze-holding in patients with cerebellar disease.Ann N Y Acad Sci. 2005 Apr;1039:593-6.(PIs: M.F. Reschke and R.J. Leigh)
Stewart CM, Mustari MJ, Perachio AA.Visual-vestibular interactions during vestibular compensation: role of the pretectal NOT in horizontal VOR recovery after hemilabyrinthectomy in rhesus monkey.J Neurophysiol. 2005 Mar 9; [Epub ahead of print]
Lee D, Polisensky DH, Braam J.Genome-wide identification of touch- and darkness-regulated Arabidopsis genes: a focus on calmodulin-like and XTH genes.New Phytol. 2005 Feb;165(2):429-44.
Szewczyk NJ, McLamb W.Surviving atmospheric spacecraft breakup.Wilderness Environ Med. 2005 Spring;16(1):27-32.Note R
This paper includes a discussion of survival of Caenorhabditis elegans during spacecraft breakup.
Hawkey A.Physiological and biomechanical considerations for a human Mars mission.J Br Interplanet Soc. 2005 Mar-Apr;58(3-4):117-30.Note S
This article and three others appear in a special section of this journal entitled "Human Future and Space." They were presented at a British Interplanetary Society symposium of the same name. The four citations can be viewed by clicking here or pasting the following into the PubMed query box: j br interplanet soc [ta] 58[vi] 3-4[ip]
Lawler A.NASA. Life science research on space station is headed for big cuts.Science. 2005 Apr 29;308(5722):610-1. News.