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Key player in cell metabolism identified - Science Daily


Science Daily
"However, at this point we can't rule out other possible functions," declares Stracker. Published in Nature Cell Biology, the study presents the results from a collaborative multidisciplinary approach, using state of the art proteomics, metabolomics ...

Pollen-producing yaupon holly may never bear fruit - Bryan-College Station Eagle


Bryan-College Station Eagle
Dear Neil: I bought two yaupon holly trees for my yard. One has a great crop of berries every winter. The other has never had the first berry. What can I do to get it to bear fruit? A: My bet would be that there is nothing you can do. You probably have ...

Clinical Laboratory Services Market 2017-2022 - Focus on ... - Business Wire (press release)


Business Wire (press release)
The global clinical laboratory services market is projected to reach USD 146.41 Billion by 2022 from USD 113.44 Billion in 2017, at a CAGR of 5.2%. The increasing global burden of target diseases, advancements in clinical diagnostic techniques, and ...

State Key Laboratory of Crop Biology

Taian, Shandong - China

The laboratory can be traced back in 1999, and was established by emerging the following 4 labs: Wheat Cultivation Physiology and Genetic Improvement Lab supported by State Agricultural Ministry: Plant Molecular Biology Lab, Pomology Lab and Plant Genetic Engineering Lab sponsored by Shandong Provincial Government. In April, 2007, it was permitted by State Ministry of Science and Technology to develop into the State Key Laboratory of Crop Biology.

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Utah State University Crop Physiology Lab
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The CPL is primarily funded by NASA and most research is dedicated towards optimizing the growth of several plant species, including wheat, soybean, rice, lettuce, tomatoes, radishes, and carrots for use in bio-regenerative life support systems. The lab is also involved in several non-NASA related research projects, including phytoremediation and phytotoxicity experiments.

Penn State Biomechanics Laboratory
United States

Biomechanics is the study of the structure and function of biological systems by means of the methods of mechanics. Therefore biomechanics uses expertise from disciplines such as engineering, anatomy, aerospace, rehabilitation, medicine, orthopaedics, sport science, and many others. It studies animal, human, and plant structure and motion. The Biomechanics Laboratory at Penn State was founded in 1967 by Dr. Richard Nelson, and has since been at t

Kansas State University - Parasitology Laboratory
United States

Basic and applied Cryptosporidium/Coccidial research.

United States

Focuses on understanding the role of nutrition intervention in the molecular mechanisms of aging and cancer.

Ohio State University - Borror Laboratory of Bioacoustics
United States

Houses one of the largest collections of recorded animal sounds in the world.

Artificial Intelligence Research Laboratory at Iowa State University
United States

Development of data-driven knowledge acquisition in computational molecular biology from diverse, distributed, biological data sets with applications in genetic network inference and macromolecular structure-function characterization.

Landscape Ecology and Modeling Laboratory, Arizona State University
United States

Research projects, people, publications emphasizing theoretical spatial ecology.

Algae Image Laboratory - Bowling Green State University
United States

Consists mostly of light images of cleaned diatoms.

Louisiana State University - Division of Laboratory Animal Medicine (DLAM)
United States

Serves as a central administrative division for the operation of two research animal holding facilities: the SVM Laboratory Animal Medicine Facility and the Life Sciences Animal Care Facility.

Georgia State University Biology
United States

Master of Science and Ph.D. degree programs in cell biology and physiology are described.