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A system, usually in the context of bacteria, that is used to coordinate activity and behavior with other, nearby organisms.
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Questions pertaining to periodic life cycle events.
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Journal where experts from the field (peers) of a submitted article review the article prior to publication. They decide what happens to the article, if it needs to be supplemented with further experi…
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refers to how the body interacts with drugs such as how the body absorbs, distributes, metabolises and excretes (these four aspects of pharmacokinetics are often abbreviated ADME) said drugs.…
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Promoter from the bateriophage T7. The promoter is highly specific for the T7-RNA polymerase and widely used in the field of molecular biology as promoter for controlled gene expression.
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Ribosomal RNA - builds together with the protein subunits the Ribosome. It is the most predominant material of the ribosome, approximately 60% of the weight are made of rRNA and 40% of proteins.
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A scientific article which summarizes the knowledge of a field. It takes small bits from single research papers and organizes them in a "bigger picture". Reference articles cite the original articles.
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A post-transcriptional mechanism of gene-regulation/silencing mediated by small RNAs (siRNA)
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The monoamine neurotransmitter, serotonin, also referred to by its chemical name 5-hydroxytryptamine (5-HT). It binds to and activates the 5-HT family of receptors.
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a radiological tool used to create images of an organism of higher quality than x-rays.
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The regulation of osmotic pressure within an organism through active maintenance of solute concentration.
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Non-visible light with a higher energy and shorter wavelength than violet light, UV is notable for its ability to cause DNA damage.
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a mass of cells which are the result of abnormal growth or cell division.
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Homologous characters of organisms that have seemingly lost all or most of their original function in a species through evolution.
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Question specifically regards vertebrates. Vertebrata is a Subphylum within the Chordata Phylum, and Animalia Kingdom. Vertebrates are animals with backbones and consist of 4% of the described animal …
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