Developing cancer treatments directed at critical developmental pathway
...otch signals are required for the proper development of lymphocytes. More importantly in terms of human disease, work done together with co-author Jon asters
lab at Harvard over the last decade has shown that abnormal increases in Notch signaling cause T-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemias, which make up abo...
Asters in Biological News
Wildflower declines in Thoreau's Concord woods are due to climate changes
The population declines of specific flowering species those that did not respond to temperature included anemones and buttercups, asters
and campanulas, bluets, bladderworts, dogwoods, lilies, mints, orchids, roses, saxifrages and violets. ...
Warmer springs mean less snow, fewer flowers in the Rockies
...r-shaped, hooded blooms on thin-stemmed plants that can be anywhere from 3-6 feet tall. Aspen fleabane (Erigeron speciosus) is one of the most common asters
to the region, and its small, purple daisy-like flowers have yellow centers. And aspen sunflowers (Helianthella quinquenervis) are well known for the...
Asters in Biological Dictionary
Aster is a genus of flowering plants in the family Asteraceae. The genus once contained nearly 600 species in Eurasia and North America, but after morphologic and molecular research on the genus during the 1990s, it was decided that the North American species are better... Care and c...
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during mitosis centrosome ( ) n. A small region of cytoplasm adjacent to the nucleus that contains the centrioles and serves to organize mi...
...bules . Deviations... centriole ( ) n. One of two cylindrical cellular structures that are composed of nine triplet microtubules and form the asters
during mitosis centriole one of two small cylindrical cell organelles composes of 9 triplet microtubules; ... centriole . Theodor Heinrich ...