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The base image is a MOLA Digital Elevation Model showing a portion of Mars. Inset A is a CTX image which shows the morphology of fossa. Authors determined the absolute model age (inset B) of a set of fossae known as Pyrrhae Fossae in the Noachis Terra, Mars using the recently established Buffered Crater Counting (BCC) technique (inset C). The determination of the age helped to explain how the Pyrrhae Fossae developed in the early Martian time (late Noachian) (inset D) in response to the Martian
Volume 121, Issue 07
10 October, 2021

Guest Editorial

- Vasudevan, R.
The Industrial Revolution during the Anthropocene has resulted in total change in the pattern of living in the world. Industrial growth promoted urban development all over the world....
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Crystal structure of FKBP12, FK506 and Calcineurin complex (adapted from PDB ID:6TZ8: Cryptococcus neoforms); Calcineurin A has been shown in orange, the Calcineurin B in green and FKBP12 in yellow, FK506 has been shown in sticks (blue). See page 758.
Volume 121, Issue 06
25 September, 2021
Internal versus external quantum efficiency of luminescent materials, photovoltaic cells, photodetectors and photoelectrocatalysis
Devi, Hemam Rachna; Bisen, Omeshwari Yadorao; Nanda, Sankalpa; Nandan, Ravi; Nanda, Karuna Kar
Stability analysis and design of cemented backfill wall for underground hard-rock mines using numerical modelling
Godugu, Ashok Kumar; Sekhar, Sreenath; Porathur, John Loui; Bhargava, Shubham
Recent glacier area changes in Himalaya–Karakoram and the impact of latitudinal variation
Bahuguna, Ishmohan; Rathore, Bhanu Prakash; Jasrotia, Avtar Singh; Randhawa, Surjeet Singh; Yadav, Santosh Kumar Singh; Ali, Sadiq; Gautam, Nishtha; Poddar, Joyeeta; Srigyan, Madhukar; Dhanade, Abhishek; Joshi, Purvee; Singh, Sushil Kumar; Rajak, Dhani Ram; Sharma, Shashikant
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The base image is a MOLA Digital Elevation Model showing a portion of Mars. Inset A is a CTX image which shows the morphology of fossa. Authors determined the absolute model age (inset B) of a set of fossae known as Pyrrhae Fossae in the Noachis Terra, Mars using the recently established Buffered Crater Counting (BCC) technique (inset C). The determination of the age helped to explain how the Pyrrhae Fossae developed in the early Martian time (late Noachian) (inset D) in response to the Martian

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