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OK no problem ... --YassineMrabet 20:22, 6 April 2007 (UTC)


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OK You can delete this file YassineMrabet 21:33, 26 September 2007 (UTC)

A question about the picture of the citric acid cycle

Hello! I think the picture of the citric acid cycle is great. I think, though that i have found a missspelling in it. Shalln´t it be aconitate, instead of acotinate? Goobye! Jakob

Thanks, You are right, I will fix this error as soon as possible.

Hello again! It was great that you fixed it so fast. Now I have found another, small, misstake in the cycle. Between succinate and fumarate, there is a FAD+. It shall be just a FAD, I think. I wish you a happy new year!

Curves

Thanks a lot for the svg version of the cubic curves ! --Cgolds 02:04, 19 November 2007 (UTC)

Which program did you use?

I'd like to make own figure and I just want to know which program did you use for pictures like http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Citricacidcycle.png ? Thank you very much. Martin

Hello, I use the vector graphics editor inkscape. I strongly advise you to use it ! it's free and very easy to handle. please feel free to contact me for any additional questions about it. YassineMrabet 15:35, 14 December 2007 (UTC)

sleep cycles

Greetings! I really like your Image:Biological clock human.PNG. It's as beautiful as it is useful.

Just today, I was wondering how much sleep a person needs per night on average, at different ages. Ideally I would like to find a graph with age (0 to 100) along the horizontal axis, and hours per day (0 to 24) along the vertical axis. It would be best if the graph showed what percentage of that sleep is REM sleep for each age. Of course if I had access to the underlying data, I could create this graph myself. But I can't find good data on this. Do you happen to know where I could find this information? All the best, Quadell (talk) 03:14, 15 December 2007 (UTC)

hi, I agree with you that it is very difficult to find a such specific information. Indeed, I think that we can not distinguish sleep needs from one year of age to another (e.g. from 6 to 7th year) because it is a very theorical data based on estimations (I don't know if a mathematical formula exist). However, you can find general estimations with more extended age groups (see the table below in this article). On the other hand, I think that means of REM duration can be found somewhere for each age, because it can be measured. So if you find something keep me info and thanks for advance ! YassineMrabet 20:17, 22 December 2007 (UTC)

modernphysics image

Hi.

Could you fix Image:Modernphysicsfields.svg so it can be used at physics? It says 10-8 m/s rather than 108 m/s. Thanks... 128.128.21.69 14:01, 16 July 2008 (UTC)

thanks man!

Image:KinEnzymo(en).svg

Hi. Didn't you make this image (above) as a translation of this one? In this case the license on your (and mine and others' consequentially) translation should be the same as there i.e. GFDL / CC-BY-SA. Not PD. :) Please answer so that we know what to do. 者 Mihajlo [ talk ] 14:20, 4 September 2008 (UTC)

Actually, since YassineMrabet is the original creator of both images, s/he is free to license any of them as s/he likes (while relicensing may only go in the direction from more to less restrictive). So, Михајло, it's enough that you stick to the license of the image from where you have made the translation. I only added {{PD-user|YassineMrabet}} to your derivative work. Spiritia 14:44, 4 September 2008 (UTC)

Hah, I didn't realize she's the author of both images. Thanks. :) 者 Mihajlo [ talk ] 14:48, 4 September 2008 (UTC)

hum...I’m “he”, not “she” :) --YassineMrabet (talk) 14:43, 19 September 2008 (UTC)

Image:Biological clock human.PNG

Hello! You are the creator of this image, which I've found both pleasing and useful. (It's in the Norwegian, both bokmål and nynorsk, articles "Døgnrytme", for example.)

The English-language article Major depressive disorder (MDD) is presently being worked on by several people, aiming for Featured Article status. I'm not active there, but I was glad to see some mention of circadian rhythms! Someone added your image, and they've been arguing about its verifiability.

There's also discussion about whether the image is too tangential to the text. That question is up to those editors to decide. I'm only interested in defending the image to the degree it's defensible.

Myself, I have had one small question, which I'll mention first, though it has not come up in the above-mentioned discussion. The person illustrated is obviously an early riser, and I suspect that for "Melatonin secretion stops", 07:30 is quite late. Melatonin levels in the blood may perhaps be down to daytime levels by then, but secretion must have stopped a good bit earlier, don't you think?

On the talk page for MDD under the heading Biological clock human image, there is a long discussion about your image. You can go look at it yourself, but I'll condense it considerably here:

  • Testosterone is mentioned; does this apply to women as well as to men?
  • Are the other points (bowel movements, cardiovascular efficiency etc) verifiable?
  • Can page numbers from the book be provided for these details?

In any case, thanks for the image! You may involve yourself at the above-mentioned Talk page, or here, as you wish. --Hordaland (talk) 10:02, 30 November 2008 (UTC)

All that verifiability seems less important as they argue discuss more. And I've answered one of their questions, thusly:
To one specific question raised above about testosterone and women, I've found here the following: "Ideally blood should be drawn between 8:00am and 10:00am as testosterone levels are usually higher in the early morning and lower in the afternoon6. In premenopausal women, testosterone levels are lowest during the first week of the menstrual cycle (i.e. during a woman’s period or the early follicular phase) with small but less significant variation across the rest of the cycle7,8. Thus, blood should be drawn after day eight of the cycle, and preferably before day 20." While the image may not apply to infants and children, it does apply to human adults of both sexes. - Hordaland (talk) 19:06, 30 November 2008 (UTC)

Responded at Hordaland talk page --YassineMrabet (talk) 23:56, 15 January 2009 (UTC)

Thanks for answering. I don't check here very often (either). The image is still at that article, apparently staying. I keep pushing for mention of circadian rhythms wherever it may apply, as I'm convinced it applies more often than is usually acknowledged. --Hordaland (talk) 19:22, 23 January 2009 (UTC)