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Move Over, Telomeres: There's Another Cell Part That Might Predict Lifespan - Inverse


Inverse
But for better or for worse, scientists have discovered a part of human cells that is tightly linked to the aging process, and it may very well be able to tell us how long a cell will live. By extension, as the researchers write in a new Cell Biology ...
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Inside the Timbers Front Office: The Anatomy of a Transfer Window ... - Stumptown Footy


Stumptown Footy
The transfer window. Silly season. The time of year when fans scour the web for rumors and reports of who their team may be bringing into the club. On Tuesday, the MLS primary transfer window closed, bringing a conclusion to five months of wheeling and ...

A New Spider Family Tree Tries to Untangle the Evolution of Webs - New York Times


New York Times
Spider webs present an intriguing challenge to evolutionary biologists. These finely honed death traps come in many forms, from the trampoline-like construction of the sheet web spider, to the instantly recognizable filigree of the orb weaver. Orb ...

Herpesvirus Web

Waltham - United States

Large collection of microscopic images of herpesvirus infected cells, including electron microscopy and fluorescence microscopy.

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Herpesvirus Replication
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Offers animation of the replication of the herpes simplex virus.

United States

Suresh Benjamin and Samuel Zschokke observed the behavior involved in the construction of a three dimensional, irregular web. [PDF]

Genepop on the Web
Australia

Online version of the program for populational genetics.

The Bio-Web
United States

Directory of web bio-resources: tools for DNA and protein sequence analysis, bio-journals, companies catalogues, web bio-directories, research institutions and other sites of biological interest.

The RNAi Web
United States

Online resource for RNA Interference (RNAi) technology. Offers overview of technology, references, and links on other RNAi-related web resources.

Biology at the Web
United States

Designed for the Advanced Level students. The page consists of biological pictures and precise descriptions for each biological topic.

Mammalogy on the Web
United States

Introduction to the study of mammals, their skeletons and dentition, systematics, cladistics, evolution and classification, with a glossary and bibliography.

The Spiders Web
United States

Bill Amos describes spider's webs and draglines, how they might have developed and various uses to which they are put.

Wolf Web
United States

Wolf information, tales, pictures and games.

Badgers on the Web
United States

Includes links, message board, news, merchandise, research information, and a children's introduction to badgers.