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Versus Technology, Inc. Announces Sale of Real-Time Location System to the St. Louis VA Medical Center

...ri, Belleville, Illinois and North St. Louis City. St. Louis VAMC is the tertiary referral center for the VA Medical Centers in Marion, Illinois, and poplar Bluff, Missouri. About Versus Technology, Inc. Versus Technology, Inc. is the leader in the development and sale of context-aware real-time l...

New Denver Area Program Developed For Teens in Crisis

...nity resource. About Highlands Behavioral Health Highlands Behavioral Health is an 86 bed inpatient mental health hospital and is located at 8565 S. poplar Way in Highlands Ranch, Colorado. The assessment and referral center services can be accessed by calling 1-800-NEW-HELP (639-4357). For more informati...

Now Facial Treatment With Cashew And Almonds

...em. It not only maintains proper blood circulation but also keeps the face wrinkle-free and glowing for long," Tiwari added. Along with the more poplar dry fruit and ayurvedic variants, neem and global facials are also in heavy demand these days. However, according to experts, before undertaking any s...

Beehives to curb dental caries

...actually used by bees to strengthen and protect their hive from germs and foreign invaders. Worker honeybees collect propolis from the buds of various poplar and conifer trees and bark lesions. The bees pack the propolis on their hind legs and carry it back to their colony where it is combined with beeswax ...

Beehives to curb caries

...actually used by bees to strengthen and protect their hive from germs and foreign invaders. Worker honeybees collect propolis from the buds of various poplar and conifer trees and bark lesions. The bees pack the propolis on their hind legs and carry it back to their colony where it is combined with beeswax ...
Poplar in Medical Dictionary

Rashes

...different appearances, such as lacy or ... Rashes Definition Rash is a popular term for a group of spots or an area of red, inflamed skin. ... poplar (Populus candicans) tea wash: rashes ... More about Rashes : Causes and symptoms Diagnosis Treatment Prognosis Prevention Resources Rashes De...
Poplar in Biological News

Fighting pollution the poplar way: Trees to clean up Indiana site

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - Purdue University researchers are collaborating with Chrysler LLC in a project to use poplar trees to eliminate pollutants from a contaminated site in north-central Indiana. The researchers plan to plant transgenic poplars at the site, a former oil storage facility near K...

Scientists ramp up ability of poplar plants to disarm toxic pollutants

Scientists since the early '90s have seen the potential for cleaning up contaminated sites by growing plants able to take up nasty groundwater pollutants through their roots. Then the plants break certain kinds of pollutants into harmless byproducts that the plants either incorporate into their r...

The first tree genome is published: Poplar holds promise as renewable bioenergy resource

Wood from a common tree may one day factor prominently in meeting transportation fuel needs, according to scientists whose research on the fast-growing poplar tree is featured on the cover of tomorrow's edition of the journal Science. The article, highlighting the analysis of the first complete ...

Plant microbe shares features with drug-resistant pathogen

...y decoded to see why these strains - one isolated as an opportunistic pathogen from a clinical setting (strain K279a), and the other from the roots of poplar trees (strain R551-3) - were so well-suited to their very different environments. Such comparisons are made possible by the high throughput and cost-e...

Scientists work to plug microorganisms into the energy grid

...nd his lab have adapted the method to rapidly test poplar tree samples for their ability to give up sugars. ...samples. We took samples from approximately 1,300 poplar trees in the northwestern United States and used t...oth. They are now conducting experiments, growing poplar saplings under controlled environments to better u...

American Chemical Society's weekly PressPac -- May 6, 2009

...ohol. In laboratory studies, the two engineered microbes helped boost methyl halide production from switchgrass, corn cob husks, sugar cane waste, and poplar wood to levels with commercial potential. MTS ARTICLE #1 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE "Synthesis of Methyl Halides from Biomass Using Engineered Microb...

Study reveals potential to amass more carbon in eastern North American forests

...f previously for agriculture. Areas that once supported large amounts of forest biomass might also be good sites for growing plantations of hybrid poplar and other biofuels crops, says Mladenoff. But, he cautions, any move toward planting more land in trees must be weighed against competing social and e...

Plant gene mapping may lead to better biofuel production

...to make a variety of enzymes important in a wide range of plant functions," said Brookhaven biologist Chang-Jun Liu. By searching the genomes of woody poplar trees and leafy Arabidopsis, the scientists identified 94 and 61 genes they suspected belonged to this family in those two species, respectively. They...

Study reveals potential to amass more carbon in eastern North American forests

...f previously for agriculture. Areas that once supported large amounts of forest biomass might also be good sites for growing plantations of hybrid poplar and other biofuels crops, says Mladenoff. But, he cautions, any move toward planting more land in trees must be weighed against competing social and e...

Danger lurks underground for oak seedlings

... white oak roots than northern red oak and black cherry, and more than six times more damage to white oak than black walnuts. The voles snubbed yellow poplar roots altogether. "Either the oak roots were much more nutritious and had higher energy content, or they contained fewer toxins, or some combinatio...
Poplar in Biological Technology

DOE JGI Director Eddy Rubin highlights the genomics of plant-based biofuels in the journal Nature

...stock genomes, microbial "biomass degraders," and "fuel producers" completed or in progress. These include the first tree genome completedthat of the poplar Populus trichocarpa and other plants in the sequencing queue, such as soybean, switchgrass, sorghum, eucalyptus, cassava, and foxtail millet. In addi...

Highlands Behavioral Health Hospital Unveils New Substance Abuse Detox Program

...00. About Highlands Behavioral Health Highlands Behavioral Health Hospital is an 86 bed inpatient mental health hospital and is located at 8565 S. poplar Way in Highlands Ranch, Colorado. The assessment and referral center services can be accessed by calling 1-800-NEW-HELP (639-4357). For more informati...

The science is clear: Ethanol yields a net increase in energy

...d ethanol was no worse than gasoline, but probably not much better, in terms of greenhouse gas emissions. BPs Koonin says other biofuels switchgrass, poplar and jatropha have more promise in terms of overall energy yield and their effect on the environment. Still others are worried about intensified soil ...

UW-Madison to receive $125M for bioenergy research center

... with gasoline by 2012. Cellulosic ethanol would be made from feedstocks other than corn, and biomass material like agricultural residues, grasses, poplar trees, inedible plants, and non-edible portions of crops. A major focus of the centers will be to re-engineer biological processes to develop more ...
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