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comment Where can I get numerical data for the PAR (photosynthetically active radiation) curve?
@WYSIWYG that paper just has insolation data over the year, not the spectrum of what PAR is.
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comment Where can I get numerical data for the PAR (photosynthetically active radiation) curve?
@WYSIWYG as in a table (spreadsheet, etc) of values with the wavelength then the PAR value for each one.
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comment How long does the Ebola virus remain infectious on contaminated items or surfaces?
Using % and log on the same graph... sigh ...
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comment Can humans survive without consuming life?
If you count coal or CO2 as "life", why not water? In that case you're boned as it was all once in a dinosaur: what-if.xkcd.com/74 Granted, most wasn't molecularly incorporated and liberated (via dehydration/hydration reactions).
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comment Where can I get numerical data for the PAR (photosynthetically active radiation) curve?
@daniel a safer way to provide links in comments is using markdown, e.g. [Google](http://www.google.com/) = Google. The second link you pasted has a "--except" appended on the end that I had to manually remove.
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comment Where can I get numerical data for the PAR (photosynthetically active radiation) curve?
@daniel your link was cut off
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comment Can I image Coomassie and GFP in gels at the same time with a fluorescence scanner?
@leonardo the standard running/gel/loading buffers do not seem to be so aggressive as to destroy (all) the GFP; it may be denatured in the loading dye, but when washed out into the gel buffer it seems to recover. On the other hand, putting the gel into destain or fixing solution is very effective at obliterating the fluorescence.