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Record high temperatures across the state - Waco Tribune-Herald


Waco Tribune-Herald
COLLEGE STATION — Most areas of the state have set or tied high temperature records this summer, including a string of 100-plus days last week, according to the state climatologist. Dr. John Nielsen-Gammon, College Station, said San Angelo is ...

Free for All: The Five Best Free Events This Week - Westword


Westword
Spend the Centennial State's 142nd anniversary at Barr Lake State Park, admiring the flora and fauna at the Colorado Day BioBlitz. Presented in coordination with Anythink Libraries' Backyard Wilderness exhibition at Wright Farms, as BioBlitz you can ...

'Jumping genes' key to evolution, researchers reveal - Deccan Chronicle


Deccan Chronicle
Washington: Turns out, almost half of our DNA sequences are made up of jumping genes, which are also known as transposons. Transposons is a DNA sequence that changes its position within a genome, sometimes creating or reversing mutations and ...
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Among the larger herbaria of the Pacific Northwest. The collection consists of nearly 350,000 specimens of vascular and nonvascular plants and lichens.

Pet Loss Hotline at Washington State University
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Veterinary student volunteers can help you cope with grief and bereavement in the pending or past loss of a companion pet.

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From the Northwest to the World.

Washington State University - Pest Management Resource Center
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Includes info on pesticide registration for Washington and Oregon.

Washington State University - Genetics and Cell Biotechnology Option
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Bear Research, Education, and Conservation Program, Washington State University
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Mission statement, description and photos of research activities, donor information, and other topics.

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A nonprofit organization that works with HRS to educate and provide information on rabbits for adoption.

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Veterinarians that dispense Schedules II, III, IV, and V controlled substances in Washington State, or send such substances to an address in the state, must resume reporting to the WA PMP. Data collection resumes July 1, 2013 and covers data through September 30, 2013, with the first report due October 10, 2013. Reports can be submitted with previously established accounts through Health Information Designs (HID), Inc.

Chinese Mitten Crabs: A Threat to Washington State Waters?
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Ecological model reflecting what is known scientifically about the Chinese mitten crab.