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Biologists discover new and unique cell-signalling mechanism in plants - UCalgary News


UCalgary News
“This enables RLPH2 to carry out very specific dephosphorylation via a dual mechanism, recruiting substrates through the secondary pocket, then ultimately dephosphorylating a nearby amino acid called phosphotyrosine,” says Moorhead, professor of ...

Applied Science: Plastic pollution topic of this week's challenge from New Philadelphia High Science Club - New Philadelphia Times Reporter


New Philadelphia Times Reporter
... a slightly different version of the code in a molecule of single-stranded RNA (ribonucleic acid). This RNA molecule leaves the nucleus with a code that leads to production of proteins. The process of making a molecule of messenger RNA (mRNA) is ...

The moa ecology paradox - Scoop.co.nz (press release)


Scoop.co.nz (press release)
The moa ecology paradox: New Zealand's large moa did not disperse large seeds. A new study about New Zealand's extinct moa, involving acid baths and concrete mixers, by researchers from the University of Canterbury and Landcare Research, has revealed a ...
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Oedogoniales in Acid Streams

Edinburgh - United Kingdom

Information of a number of filamentous algal species found in field studies in Scotland, with images of each.

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United Kingdom

Information of a number of filamentous algal species found in field studies in Scotland, with images of each.

United Kingdom

Information of a number of filamentous algal species found in field studies in Scotland, with images of each.

United Kingdom

Information of a number of filamentous algal species found in field studies in Scotland, with images of each.

Didymosphenia geminata in British Columbia Streams
Canada

Discuses the algaes distribution through out British Columbia's water ways and what treats the mats of diatoms may pose to salmonid habitats.

Abscisic Acid.Com
United States

A resource for information on abscisic acid, abscisic acid analogs and other related phytohormones.

Deoxyribonucleic Acid
United States

Learn about the structure of DNA, how it replicates, protein synthesis and its history.

Nucleic Acid
United States

Nucleic acids are the principle genetic materials of all living organisms. They are complex macromolecule containing carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen and phosphorous. Living organisms contain nucleic acid in the form of deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) and ribonucleic acid(RNA). Some viruses contain only RNA(viroids) e.g. TMV(tobacco mosaic Virus) , poliomyelitis virus. Some viruses contain DNA only ex: bacteriophages, Vaccinia and Adenoviruses.

Nucleic Acid Hydration
United Kingdom

Annotated overview of the hydration of nucleic acids along with proteins and polysaccharides.

Amino Acid Repository
Germany

Properties and images of amino acids, hydrophobicity scales, solvent accessibility of amino acids in known protein structures, mutation mass shifts, links to the NIST Chemistry WebBook for Amino Acids.

Citric Acid Cycle
United States

Diagram of steps in Krebs' tricarboxylic acid cycle, with 3D presentation dependent on Chime plug-in, from student at University of North Texas.