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Digital organism

... Darwinbots External links Avida home page Physis home page Tierra home page Darwinbots ...

Monoclonal antibody

... ^ ORTHOCLONE OKT 3 Information page at Ortho Biotech . Retrieved 2005-03-10. ^ ZENAPAX (daclizumab) Information page at Roche Pharmaceuticals . Retrieved 2005-03-10. ^ Novartis product page for Simulect (basiliximab for injection) . ...

Charles Darwin

... began a secret notebook on transmutation, his "B" notebook , with a title page headed Zonomia . He developed the hypothesis that, for example, where ... a short "Pencil Sketch" of his theory and by 1844 had written a 240 page "Essay" which provided an expanded version of his early ideas on natural ...

Alfred Russel Wallace

... named after him. References Wallace, Alfred Russel (1889). Darwinism , Chapter 15. External links The Alfred Russel Wallace page Alfred Russel Wallace, The Malay Archipelago Full text of Alfred Russel Wallace books from Project Gutenberg Books about Wallace ...

Archaea

... live in. It thrives best at temperatures of about 103 degrees [Celsius] and under pressures of about 200 ... Pyrococcus abyssi Home page at Genoscope References Howland, John L. The Surprising Archaea: Discovering Another Domain of Life Oxford: Oxford University Press. ...

Biochemistry

... in Oldenburg on July 17th 1885.The Institute of Biochemistry (Schuessler) Biochemischer Bund Deutschland (Ev) is still "alive and well" with web page at www.biochemie-online.de Further information may be obtained in the English language by contacting The Institute of Biochemic medicine (Asia ...

BLAST

... input sequences via the command-line BLAST, "megablast" is much faster than running BLAST multiple times. External links NCBI-BLAST Home page NCBI-BLAST Tutorial WU-BLAST (Another implementation of BLAST.) BioASP BLAST (Bioinformatics Application Services Platform, running ...

Cryptozoology

... Bernard Heuvelmans, On The Track Of Unknown Animals, Hill and Wang, 1958 External links Cryptozoology.com Open Directory Project's page for Cryptozoology Cryptozoology links The International Society of Cryptozoology Enigma Cryptozoo, a website about cryptids ...

Gel electrophoresis

... biochemistry : Gel electrophoresis of large DNA or RNA is usually done by agarose gel electrophoresis . See the " Chain termination method " page for an example of a polyacrylamide DNA sequencing gel. Gel electrophoresis of proteins is usually done in an SDS polyacrylamide gel ( ...

Eugenics

... were themselves also evolved and were part of a fundamental core of what distinguished man as a highly-evolved social species. On the second to last page of the book, though, he concluded on an uncharacteristically Galtonian note: Man scans with scrupulous care the character and pedigree of his ...

Gel electrophoresis

... biochemistry : Gel electrophoresis of large DNA or RNA is usually done by agarose gel electrophoresis . See the " Chain termination method " page for an example of a polyacrylamide DNA sequencing gel. Gel electrophoresis of proteins is usually done in an SDS polyacrylamide gel ( ...

Marfan syndrome

... who eventually grew in a short spurt late in life, which led to his death. External links National Marfan Foundation NIH Marfan syndrome page Open Directory Project : Marfan syndrome Marfan support ...

Molecular evolution

... Kimura and James Crow ( 1964 ), "The Number of Alleles that Can Be Maintained in a Finite Population," Genetics 49 :725-738. Roderic D.M. page and Edward C. Holmes Molecular Evoluion: A Phylogenetic Approach , Blackwell Science, 1998 ISBN 0-86542-889-1 External links MIT ...

Mycology

... Mycological Association Mycological Society of San Francisco Miscellaneous links The WWW Virtual Library: Mycology MykoWeb links page ...

Replication

... example of using replication one may find in distributed shared memory systems, where it may happened that many nodes of the system share the same page of the memory - which usually means, that each node have separate copy (replica) of this page. In statistics replication refers to repeated ...

Skin

... Birthmark Vernix caseosa Hidradenitis suppurativa Foreskin restoration Skin graft Moisturizer External links page about depiction of skin in the movie world ...

Hans Spemann

... by various parts of the embryo that directs the development of groups of cells into particular tissues and organs. External link Web page about Hans Spemann ...
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