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The Highly Complex Sugarcane Genome Has Finally Been Sequenced - Laboratory Equipment

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As with all other cultivated plants before it, sugarcane breeding will now be able to enter the age of molecular biology. Until now, for want of a reference sequence, sugarcane cultivar breeding programs were restricted to hybridization, followed by ...

Koalas Eat Toxic Leaves to Survive—Now Scientists Know How - National Geographic

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And genetic diversity in the population helps them deal with the different pressures. But if the populations start to inbreed, “the species as a whole gets [worse] at dealing with the new challenges,” she says. Now, using the genome as a reference ...
EurekAlert (press release) - Cladistics

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Cladistics or phylogenetic systematics , an approach to the classification of living things in which organisms are defined and grouped by the possession of one or more shared characteristics (called characters) that are derived from a common ancestor and that were not present in any ancestral group (as envisioned by Charles Darwin's idea of "descent with modification"). Developed by Willi Hennig, a German entomologist, in the 1950s, it is a method of reconstructing evolutionary relationships that emphasizes the importance of descent and common ancestry rather than chronology.

What is Cladistics?
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The methods and terminology of phylogenetic systematics explained by the magazine Fossil News.

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Published on behalf of the Willi Henning Society. The journal covers theory, method, the philosophical aspects of systematics, and the role of systematic and evolutionary studies in the investigation of biogeographical and other general biological phenomena.

Introduction to Cladistics
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Cladistics is a particular method of hypothesizing relationships among organisms based on the idea that members of a group share a common evolutionary history.

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Short introduction from the American Museum of Natural History.

Reference in PCR

Technical aspects of quantitative real-time PCR and RT-PCR. Instruments, kits, dyes, chemistries, and services presented by their manufacturers.

Cytokine Reference
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A compendium of cytokines and other mediators of host defense. Cytokines structure and function description, gene regulation, in vivo and in vitro activities, diagnostic and therapeutic utilities as well as cytokine classification by family, receptor, name, disease and cell type.

Biology Reference
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Explains biological concepts in hundreds of illustrated articles arranged alphabetically.

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Includes neurons, synapses, structures of the eye, and diagrams.

Beekeeper's Reference
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Directory of organization, business, and informational sites.

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Bio-Reference Clinical Laboratories is pleased to offer its services to you and your patients. This manual will serve to guide you and your staff as to the proper methods and equipment to employ when collecting specimens for testing. As the largest independent clinical laboratory in the tri-state area, Bio-Reference seeks to offer the best service possible that is personalized to fit the needs of your office. Bio-Reference operates a full ser