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BIOLOGICAL PEPTIDE INTERACTIONS WITH CELLULAR MEMBRANES
Eukaryotic cell membrane dynamics change in curvature during physiological and pathological processes. These processes cause dynamic membrane changes leading to seven important cellular biological functions, which include ...
Characterizing Inhibitory Systems in an Ecological and Evolutionary Context: Reduction and Escape in Phi X 174
Many emerging epidemics of the 20th century are characterized by high viral density in the host, so understanding intraspecific competition could be a key in determining effective treatment strategies. At these high ...
DIVERSITY AND MANAGEMENT OF RUSSIAN-THISTLE (SALSOLA TRAGUS L.) IN THE DRYLAND CROPPING SYSTEMS OF THE INLAND PACIFIC NORTHWEST
Russian-thistle (Salsola tragus L.) is one of the most troublesome weed species in the low- and intermediate-precipitation dryland wheat-fallow cropping zone of the inland Pacific Northwest (PNW). High levels of morphological ...
STABLE ISOTOPE ANALYSIS METHODS DEVELOPMENT AND ASSESSMENT OF FOOD WEB DYNAMICS AFTER HYPOLIMNETIC OXYGENATION IN TWIN LAKES, WA
Line-diffuser hypolimnetic oxygenation was initiated in North Twin Lake, Washington, in 2009 to mitigate reduction in Rainbow Trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) and Brook Trout (Salvelinus fontinalis) fishery habitat due to ...
Critical roles for lipid synthesis in Caenorhabditis elegans
Multicellular organisms depend on lipids for compartmentalization of cells and organelles. Additionally, lipids are critical for energy storage, and some lipids act as potent signaling molecules. To meet these diverse ...