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'Biobullets' Fight Harmful Mussels

Washington DC (SPX) Feb 01, 2006 - British researchers have developed a biobullet that could help control an invasive mollusk that has ravaged U.S. waterways for ...

'Biobullets' fight harmful mussels

2006 news in medicine ... Once ingested, the "biobullets" slowly release small amounts of potassium ... such as chlorine, "biobullets" pose little or no ...

'Biobullets' - Care2 News Network

The new microcapsules, which contain toxins that dissolve within a zebra mussel's digestive tract, offer a safe and cost-effective way of eliminating one of the ...

USGS Biology: Invasive Species Program - Evaluation of the Toxicity of ...

... Highlighted Projects Evaluation of the Toxicity of BioBullets... Determine the toxicity of BioBullets to unionid and zebra mussels in standardized bioassays. ...

Iran Daily - Science - 02/05/06

Missing Steps of Jumping-Gene Replication Discovered. Biobullets Fight Harmful Mussels ... Once ingested, the "biobullets" slowly release small amounts of potassium ...

Microsoft PowerPoint - Grainger NPS Bozeman 2009.ppt [Compatibility Mode]

Commercially available biobullets utilize. medicinal pellets formed by compression ... Hydrogels readily formed in biobullets upon end-on photo-polymerization ...
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