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Her and Me becoming Three
Peter Purg, O. Pen Be, Danielle Imara, Jatun Risba, other performed works

Abstract: The Live Art event that happened world-wide and was live streamed, on Saturday 31st of October 2020 between 10-11 am GMT. Artists in different countries communed simultaneously with a local tree or woodland and stream their action to audiences via a shared Zoom conference. Presenting work by and from: O. Pen Be (UK), Danielle Imara (UK), Jatun Risba (SLO), Anne Murray (HUN), Surya Tüchler (DE), Phil Barton (UK), Annette Arlander (FIN), Izabela Waszak (SCT), Lucy Stockton-Smith (UK), Agathe Gizard (FR), Lea Jazbec (SLO), Franco G. Livera (ITA), Adam Engler(PT), Myriam Aitelhara (ALG), Emi Bici (DE), Peter Purg (SLO), Dimple B Shah (IND), Deej Fabyc & MJ Forde (IRL), Christine Fentz (FR), Sally Annett (FR).
Found in: ključnih besedah
Summary of found: ...live art, performance, ecology, media, stream...
Keywords: live art, performance, ecology, media, stream
Published: 19.11.2020; Views: 34; Downloads: 0
.pdf Fulltext (1,87 MB)

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Changes in the relative abundance of two Saccharomyces species from oak forests to wine fermentations
Jure Piškur, Justin C. Fay, Lorena Butinar, Sofia Dashko, Helena Volk, Ping Liu, 2016, original scientific article

Abstract: Saccharomyces cerevisiae and its sibling species S. paradoxus are known to inhabit temperate arboreal habitats across the globe. Despite their sympatric distribution in the wild, S. cerevisiae is predominantly associated with human fermentations. The apparent ecological differentiation of these species is particularly striking in Europe where S. paradoxus is abundant in forests and S. cerevisiae is abundant in vineyards. However, ecological differences may be confounded with geographic differences in species abundance. To compare the distribution and abundance of these two species we isolated Saccharomyces strains from over 1,200 samples taken from vineyard and forest habitats in Slovenia. We isolated numerous strains of S. cerevisiae and S. paradoxus as well as small number of S. kudriavzevii strains from both vineyard and forest environments. We find S. cerevisiae less abundant than S. paradoxus on oak trees both within and outside the vineyard, but more abundant on grapevines and associated substrates. Analysis of the uncultured microbiome shows that both S. cerevisiae and S. paradoxus are rare species in soil and bark samples, but can be much more common in grape must. In contrast to S. paradoxus, European strains of S. cerevisiae have acquired multiple traits thought to be important for life in the vineyard and dominance of wine fermentations. We conclude that S. cerevisiae and S. paradoxus currently share both vineyard and non-vineyard habitats in Slovenia and we discuss factors relevant to their global distribution and relative abundance.
Found in: ključnih besedah
Summary of found: ...Wine, microbiome, yeast, Ecology, Fermentation...
Keywords: Wine, microbiome, yeast, Ecology, Fermentation
Published: 12.02.2016; Views: 2541; Downloads: 128
.pdf Fulltext (3,21 MB)

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IDEATE: a serious interplay of disciplines and cultures
Peter Purg, 2016, published scientific conference contribution abstract

Abstract: Based on both quantitative and qualitative findings after two course runs in 2015 and 2016, the article will evaluate key aspects of the IDEATE.me entrepreneurship workshop model – as serious play. In the IDEATE course university students from four different countries and disciplines respond together to a contemporary challenge of global social significance, eventually presenting a full product or service prototype. As a media-technology supported ecosystem, the blendedlearning pedagogy offers space for particular gamification strategies, such as social and narrative suspense, win-win oriented competition, conceptual way-finding, new-territory mapping etc. Seeking balance between own disciplinary autonomy and exploring new roles, the students of IDEATE play along to navigate intercultural and interdisciplinary environments, permeated by new electronic media – but still relying on body-in-space. Addressing teachers and university managers, the entrepreneurial pedagogy of IDEATE will unfold on the background of the "eculog" paradigm (M. Giesecke), suggesting a timely understanding of interdisciplinary communication and collaboration.
Found in: ključnih besedah
Summary of found: ...entrepreneurship, pedagogy, new media, media ecology, eculog...
Keywords: entrepreneurship, pedagogy, new media, media ecology, eculog
Published: 24.06.2016; Views: 1957; Downloads: 0
.pdf Fulltext (1,61 MB)

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EFFECTS OF POTENTIAL CLIMATE CHANGES ON THE BEHAVIOUR, FEEDING RATE AND REPRODUCTION OF SELECTED SOIL INVERTEBRATES
Nijat Rahimli, 2018, master's thesis

Abstract: As a consequence of global climate change, the biodiversity of soil invertebrates is impacted. Elevated temperatures and moisture alterations in soil have deleterious effects on soil invertebrates. These organisms are important bioindicators of changes in soil ecosystems. Therefore, we investigated the effect of soil moisture, as potential impacts of climate change, on the behaviour, feeding rate and reproduction rates of two soil invertebrate species: woodlice (Porcellio scaber) and earthworms (Eisenia andrei) in laboratory experiments. Our results indicate that soil invertebrates are highly sensitive to desiccation. The feeding activity of woodlice and the reproduction rate of earthworms are likely dependent on soil moisture.
Found in: ključnih besedah
Summary of found: ...Climate change, Soil invertebrates, Soil ecology, Isopods, Earthworms...
Keywords: Climate change, Soil invertebrates, Soil ecology, Isopods, Earthworms
Published: 14.02.2018; Views: 1826; Downloads: 143
.pdf Fulltext (1,74 MB)

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