... different types of biological systems. A cellular proteome is the collection
of proteins found in a particular cell type under a particular set of ... of the genome . The term "proteome" has also been used to refer to the collection
of proteins in certain sub-cellular biological systems. For example, all ...
... is obtained. (Usually the anticoagulant is already in the evacuated blood collection
tube (e.g. Vacutainer or Vacuette) when the patient is bled .) The ... therefore, is inappropriate for these tests. A citrated evacuated blood collection
tube (e.g. vacutainer or Vacuette) is usually used, as the anticoagulant ...
... Let us consider white light, which consists of electromagnetic radiation at all frequencies, passing through a sample of cold gas. For any collection
of atoms or molecules , there are certain specific amounts of energy required to change state; for individual atoms, these correspond to an ...
Alfred Russel Wallace
... Rainforest , with the express intention of gathering facts in order to solve the riddle of the origin of species. Unfortunately, a large part of his collection
was destroyed when his ship caught fire and sank while returning to Britain in 1852 .
From 1854 to 1862 , he travelled through the Malay ...
... resources for sustainability and share the benefits resulting from their use. Under these new rules, it is expected that bioprospecting or collection
of natural products has to be allowed by the biodiversity-rich country, in exchange for a share of the benefits.
Sovereignety principles can rely ...
... on transmutation in his "Red Notebook" which he had begun on the Beagle.
Another project he started was getting the expert reports on his collection
published as a multi-volume Zoology of the Voyage of H.M.S. Beagle , and a search for sponsorship was answered when Henslow used his contacts with ...
... (including all his major books and over 300 of his scientific papers)
The National Portrait Gallery has 6 portraits of Galton
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Gene regulatory network
... A gene regulatory network (also called a GRN or genetic regulatory network ) is a collection
of DNA segments in a cell which
interact with each other and with other substances in the cell, thereby governing the rates at which genes in the ...
... required for all healthcare workers. Booster doses are recommended every five to ten years for healthcare workers.
of links to relevant articles on Hepatitis B
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... scientist Daniel Dennett , for example, argues that there is no such thing as a narrative center called mind, but that instead there is simply a collection
of sensory inputs and outputs: different kinds of software running in parallel, (Dennett, 1991). The idea that humans have a mind that is in some ...
... The immune system is the collection
of organs and tissues involved in the adaptive defense of a body against foreign biological material. It may be broken down into the adaptive immune ...
... priority, see
History of the word Biology .
Lamarck's works and heritage (in English)
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... He is the founder of the company Altermune, LLC .
Mullis holds several highly idiosyncratic views. In his 1998 essay collection
Dancing Naked in the Mind Field he relates experiences that he attributes to space alien visitors. He also claims that the evidence behind ...
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Molecular Expressions Photo Gallery: The Neurotransmitter collection
Endogenous Neuroactive Extracellular Signal Transducers
... For the use of the word population in statistics, see statistical population .
In the most common sense of the word, a population is the collection
of people—or organisms of a particular species —living in a given geographic area .
Population is studied in a wide variety of ...
... literary perspective, was perhaps the highest compliment, calling Steiner's mystery plays 'incomprehensible' (or something similar). See also the collection
of scientific articles edited by physicist Arthur Zajonc and architect David Seamon, Goethe's Way of Science, A Phenomenology of Nature . ...
... can prevent splicing and thus prevent protein biosynthesis .
In many cases, the splicing process can create many unique proteins from a large collection
of exons. This phenomenon is called alternative splicing .
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... complexes. The crystals are harvested and often frozen with liquid nitrogen . Freezing crystals both reduces radiation damage incurred during data collection
and decreases thermal motion within the crystal. Crystals are placed on a diffractometer , a machine that emits a beam of x-rays. The x-rays diffract ...