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Beloved Texas A&M-University Corpus Christi biology professor, Wes Tunnell, dies - Corpus Christi Caller-Times


Corpus Christi Caller-Times
The scientific community is mourning the death of John “Wes” Tunnell, a marine ecologist and biologist, historian, author and early orchestrator of the Harte Research Institute for Gulf of Mexico Studies at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi. Tunnell ...

New scholarship open to marine biology, environmental students - The Guam Daily Post


The Guam Daily Post
Students pursuing a career in marine biology or environmental science can apply for the More Like Jimmy Scholarship, which will award up to $4,000 per year, per student. An anonymous donor has pledged to award up to $10,000 in total awards each year, ...

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Origami-inspired device helps marine biologists study octopuses and jellyfish - Science Daily


Science Daily
Scientists have tried to find the safest and most effective ways to explore marine life in the oceanic water, the largest and least explored environment on Earth, for years. Each time, they were faced with the same challenge: How to capture delicate or ...
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Selenium cysteine and epileptic seizures - Nature.com


Nature.com
In 1822, the French Egyptologist Jean-François Champollion announced the complete deciphering of the hieroglyphs carved around 200 bc into a block of granodiorite, the so-called Rosetta stone. This was an impressive intellectual achievement, as it ...

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Archaea (Archaebacteria)
United States

Taxonomy, description, and extensive references, with particular emphasis on the Crenarchaeota (classified here as a Kingdom.)

Domain Archaea
United States

Systematic discussion of the various phyla within the Crenarchaea, Euryarchaeota, based on RNA differences.

Australia

Basic phylogeny, gene organization, and methods of DNA replication and transcription.

Extremophiles Research Group
United States

This group, based at the School of Biological Sciences at the University of Hong Kong, acts as a centre for ...

Canada

Links to information about thermophiles, halophiles, and other extremophiles both inside and outside of the domain Archaea.

The Scientist: Hot-Vent Microbes: Looking Backward In Evolution For Future Uses
United States

Summary of research into the scientific uses of thermophiles and their heat-tolerant enzymes, such as PCR (polymerase chain reactions), toxic ...

Haloarchaea: Extremophiles in Salt Lakes
United States

Research compilation by Mike Dyall-Smith, primarily focusing on haloarchaea and their haloviruses. Includes the Halohandbook lab manual with techniques for ...

United States

Detailed discussion of the molecules involved in their cytoplasmic and photosynthetic membrane lipids, structural glycoproteins, ionic relationships, and photosynthetic cycle.

Kingdom Euryarchaeota
United States

Jack Holt's classification of these organisms into seven phyla, down to the class level.

Why Sequence Euryarchaeota in Acid Mine Drainage?
United States

Research proposal stressing the importance of these previously unknown communities.

Journal of Biological Chemistry: Extreme Halophiles Synthesize Betaine from Glycine by Methylation
United States

Research on the methyltransferase enzymes involved in synthesis of glycine betaine in Actinopolyspora halophila and Ectothiorhodospira halochloris. Transfer of the ...

United States

Short, simple introduction to these organisms.

Archaeal Diversity
United Kingdom

Summary of research on non-thermophilic Crenarchaea in soil ecology.

Joint Genome Institute: Why Sequence Crenarchaeota?
United States

Brief discussion of the importance of these deep-sea plankton, and of the benefits to be gained by understanding their genome.

Canada

Abstract of conference speech on Halothermothrix orenii by Dr. Bharat Patel.

Microbe from Depths Takes Life to Hottest Known Limit
United States

A newly discovered organism thrives near deep-sea ocean vents at temperatures up to 121C, living off dissolved iron. Images, video, ...

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