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Involuntary movements in response to stimuli which usually employ circuits local to the spinal cord or in the cranial nerves, though not exclusively.
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Biology dealing with study of reproductive process, especially in higher animals. Closely related to reproductive endocrinology.
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Where one organism takes advantages from living alongside another organism to the detriment of the host.
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RNA Sequences corresponding to genomic regions which are retained in processed RNA (i.e., not spliced out).
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a monosaccheride which is build up by plants during photosynthesis.
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Questions pertaining to genome-wide association studies.
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Behaviours that transfer information between organisms
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Current and past changes in climate as they relate to biological systems. This may include biological drivers of or impacts from changes in temperature, precipitation, atmospheric CO2, sea level, etc.
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a substance which causes the the body to produce a reaction of the adaptive immune system. Contact of the immune system to antigens results in the production of highly specific (antigen …
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Children born from the same pregnancy. Twins can result from either a single zygote (monozygotic, or identical twins) or from two, separately-fertilized egg cells (dizygotic, or fraternal twins).
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A method of determining the arrangement of atoms within a crystal, in which a beam of X-rays strikes a crystal and causes the beam of light to spread into many specific directions.
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Questions relating to representations of biological data.
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The production and emission of light by a living organism.
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sites in proteins or on DNA where other proteins or DNA can bind. Binding sites are usually conserved.
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The organelle in which photosynthesis occurs
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the complex of DNA, histones, and other scaffolding proteins that make up the chromosomes, which in eukaryotes is located in the nucleus of the cell.
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a measure for the acidity (or basicity) of a solution. It is defined as the negative logarithm of the activity of the hydronium ion of a solution.
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how drugs interact with the body, typically by interacting with macromolecular targets such as receptors and enzymes.
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Cells and organisms containing more than two paired (homologous) sets of chromosomes.
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The branch of physiology that deals with the kidneys, and their role in reabsorption, filtration, acid-base and electrolyte balance.
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single-stranded RNA viruses that reverse-transcribe their genome into DNA that is then integrated into the host genome.
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a nutrional white liquid produced by the mammary glands of mammals to feed their offsprings.