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SEA talk on marine debris super highway set for Jan. 20 - Coos Bay World


Coos Bay World
BANDON – Shoreline Education for Awareness will host a free presentation at 3 p.m., Saturday, Jan. 20, at the Washed Ashore gallery in Old Town, 325 Second St. SE on “Hitching a Ride on the Marine Debris Super Highway.” Oregon Institute of Marine ...

Glythera Appoints Chief Scientific Officer and Strengthens SAB ... - Technology Networks


Technology Networks
Glythera Limited is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr Robert Lutz as Chief Scientific Officer. Dr Lutz will lead the advancement of Glythera's portfolio of Antibody Drug Conjugates (ADCs) in the treatment of difficult-to-treat cancers. In ...

Study explains biochemistry of sweet, bitter and savory - UPI.com


UPI.com
A microscope image shows taste buds on the tongue of a mouse. The TRPM4 ion channels are highlighted in red. Photo by Debarghya Dutta Banik/University of Buffalo. Jan. 9 (UPI) -- New research proves that there are at least two proteins vital to tasting ...

Image Gallery: Paramecium portfolio

Sunnyvale - United States

Some black and white photographs of these organisms, including conjugation and fission, taken by Jim Evarts.

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Photographs of about twenty species of foraminifera collected from an estuary in the Netherlands.

Reptile Image Gallery
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Small images of snakes, crocodilians, and lizards by Adrian Warren.

Image gallery: Hydra
United States

Includes downloadable video clips of the behavior of a typical hydra extending and contracting.

Pinaceae Image Gallery
United States

Photos of 8 genera.

Taxodiaceae Image Gallery
United States

Images of 5 genera.

Buddlejaceae Image Gallery
United States

Photos of three genera.

Scrophulariaceae Image Gallery
United States

Images of many species.

Angiosperms Image Gallery
United States

Extensive collection, organized by family.

Plant Image Gallery
Germany

Features a gallery of plants from all over the world.

United States

Photographs of organisms from Grand Cayman taken by Professor Brad Rence.