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The United Nations declared 2016 as the International Year of Pulses (IYP) to highlight the importance of increasing pulse production and consumption
The papers included in this issue summarize the opportunity for pulses (dry, edible beans, peas, and lentils) to address global concerns with respect to nutrition, health, and sustainability.Volume 1392
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The sixth installment of this annual reviews series discusses diverse topics in diabetes and obesity.Volume 1391
Papers from a World Health Organization and Academy workshop on biofortificationVolume 1390
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The eighth installment of this annual review series discusses various topics in evolutionary genetics and genomics and evolutionary ecology.Volume 1389
The sixth installment of this annual review series in the critically important areas of antimicrobial biology and medicine.Volume 1388
This Annals issue assesses the state of the art, identifies related challenges, and proposes solutions to enhance the utility of Big Data.Volume 1387
This special issue presents a collection of four papers ranging from proapoptotic and antiangiogentic properties of resveratrol, to executive function in adults with beta-thalassemia, to disease drivers of aging.Volume 1386
This special issue presents a diverse collection of papers ranging from a paleobiologic study of the emergence of the diaphragm to changes in gait patterns after acute brain injury.Volume 1385
This Annals issue presents papers from a three-part series, in collaboration with the Nour Foundation, on the science of happiness, morality, and wisdom.Volume 1384
The papers in this Annals issue explore novel musculoskeletal repair and regeneration strategies that could be translated to clinical treatment of rotator cuff injuries, osteoarthritis, and other bone and cartilage diseases.Volume 1383
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