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The Prometheus Database Model
Report
Raguenaud, C., Kennedy, J., & Barclay, P. The Prometheus Database Model. Napier University

This report presents the Prometheus database model. The model is designed to satisfy the requirements expressed in a previous document [RKB99]. The new model is based on a graph model and is extended with some mechanisms existing in other models (e.g... Read More about The Prometheus Database Model.

Database support for taxonomy
Report
Raguenaud, C., Kennedy, J., & Barclay, P. J. (1999). Database support for taxonomy. Napier University

Taxonomists classify the organisms they study in order to refer to, identify and understand them. However, the same organism may at times be classified according to different taxonomic opinions and subsequently have several alternative names or be pl... Read More about Database support for taxonomy.

Digital Exclusion Cyber Security - Improving The Online Safety Of Digitally Excluded Users
Report
Koikkalainen, H., Lapok, P., Johnston, L., & Lawson, A. (2022). Digital Exclusion Cyber Security - Improving The Online Safety Of Digitally Excluded Users. University of St Andrews/ Scottish Government Cyber Resilliance Unit

This exploratory study was designed to explore cyber security issues experienced by vulnerable adults who do not regularly have direct access to digital devices and the internet, with a special focus on people who are financially insecure and experie... Read More about Digital Exclusion Cyber Security - Improving The Online Safety Of Digitally Excluded Users.

Chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) root system architecture adaptation to initial soil moisture improves seed development in dry-down conditions
Preprint / Working Paper
Bontpart, T., Robertson, I., Giuffrida, V., Concha, C., Scorza, L. C. T., McCormick, A. J., Fikre, A., Tsaftaris, S. A., & Doerner, P. (2020). Chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) root system architecture adaptation to initial soil moisture improves seed development in dry-down conditions

Soil water deficit (WD) impacts vascular plant phenology, morpho-physiology, and reproduction. Chickpea, which is mainly grown in semi-arid areas, is a good model plant to dissect mechanisms involved in drought resistance. We used a rhizobox-based... Read More about Chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) root system architecture adaptation to initial soil moisture improves seed development in dry-down conditions.