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Migration

... Human migration denotes any movement by humans from one district ... over long distances or in large groups. migration refers to directed, regular, or systematic ... of objects, organisms, or people, including: migration n. The act or an instance of migrating . A ...

Branch migration

... Branch migration of a DNA Holliday junction is a key step in genetic. recombination. ... of branch migration through mismatched base-pairs to arrive at the ... Welcome to Immigration New Zealand – Business migration Branch . The Business ...

PFGE

... PFGE . ... Limitations of PFGE and PulseNet. How does subtyping help in epidemiologic investigations? ... PFGE facilitates the differential migration of large DNA ... Pulsed-field gel electrophoresis ( PFGE ) is one of the most widely used typing ... Linking of PFGE data and epidemiologic ...

MtDNA

... a language marker seems to have been ... <The most clear-cut Germanic mtDNA type within group J is type J/ 16231. ... mtDNA Haplogroup migration Map from FTDNA (2006) ... Native American Lineage and mtDNA Haplogroups Yahoo Group ... Eve book named this mtDNA haplogroup Helena. ... ...

Fertilized egg cell

... first few rounds on cell division to ... ... hours after conception, the fertilized egg cell remains a single cell . ... growth and migration of a fertilized egg cell through the fallopian tubes to the ... ... implants -- not the single cell fertilized egg , but a ...

Endoderm

... treatments, and other ... Endoderm : The innermost of the three primary germ layers of ... posted to ectoderm endoderm gastrulation migration pigment pmc urchin by adamsdi ... posted to endoderm nodal stem-cell by journal888 on 2005-05-27 15:06:24 as along ... number of loci ...

Electrophoresis

... own gel electrophoresis experiment. ... HOW TO BUILD AN ELECTROPHORESIS CHAMBER. COLORFUL ELECTROPHORESIS ... electrophoresis n. The migration of charged colloidal particles or molecules through a solution under the influence of an applied electric field gel electrophoresis n. ...
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