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Clamp connection

Clamp connection (Science: microbiology) in many basidiomycete fungi a short lateral branch of a binucleate cell develops.... Read More


Connection a union of elements or things; a connecting structure. Synonym: connexus,... Read More

Practice Builds Brain Connections For Babies Learning Language, How To Speak

 Experience, as the old saying goes, is the best teacher. And experience seems to play an important early role in how... Read More

Connection Between Allergic Diseases And Autoimmune Diseases

April 6, 2007 — A new study by researchers at Children’s and the University of Washington (UW) identifies a connection... Read More

Study suggests genetic connection between short stature and arthritis

ANN ARBOR, Mich.---Common genetic variants linked to arthritis may also play a role in human height, a new study shows. The... Read More

Grid connection

Grid connection Joining a plant that generates electric power to a utility system so that electricity can flow in either... Read More

Novel Connection Found Between Biological Clock And Cancer

June 30, 2006 — Dartmouth Medical School geneticists have discovered that DNA damage resets the cellular circadian clock,... Read More


State of being disconnected.The act of breaking a... Read More


Connection a union of elements or things; a connecting structure. Synonym: connexus,... Read More

Univentricular connections

univentricular connections connections in which one of the atrial chambers is connected to a ventricle, but the other has no... Read More

Nervous System

    THE is the most complicated and highly organized of the various systems which make up the human body. It is the... Read More

SMS Software for GSM Mobile

Send multiple messages using SMS Software for GSM Mobile Advance SMS Software for GSM Mobile creates unicode supported text... Read More

Scripps scientists studying sepsis in mice find potential drug targets for deadly disease

"We have identified a key connection of signaling pathways in the cascade of events leading to sepsis. This defines a... Read More

Evolution study tightens human-chimp connection

Study also finds human evolution slower than apesScientists at the Georgia Institute of Technology have found genetic... Read More

With Fruit Fly Sex, Researchers Find Mind-body Connection

Male fruit flies are smaller and darker than female flies. The hair-like bristles on their forelegs are shorter, thicker.... Read More

Artificial sweeteners linked to weight gain

Cutting the connection between sweets and calories may confuse the body, making it harder to regulate intake WASHINGTON —... Read More


Bearing 1. The manner in which one bears or conducts one's self; mien; behavior; carriage. I know him by his bearing.... Read More

Immune System Research Holds Hope For Understanding Recurrent Miscarriages, Helping Transplant And Cancer Patients

A mother's immune system may attack a fetus from multiple fronts, by sending in killer T-cells, by producing antibodies that... Read More

Understanding nutrition, depression and mental illnesses

Understanding nutrition, depression and mental illnesses TS Sathyanarayana Rao1, MR Asha2, BN Ramesh3, KS Jagannatha... Read More

Variable hydrology and salinity of salt ponds in the British Virgin Islands

Variable hydrology and salinity of salt ponds in the British Virgin Islands Lianna Jarecki1 and Mike Walkey2 1H. Lavity... Read More

Evolutionary Pathway To Separate-Sex Plants

When it comes to sex, most plants have the best of both worlds: their sex organs (flowers) are both male and female at the... Read More


Alliance 1. The state of being allied; the act of allying or uniting; a union or connection of interests between families,... Read More


Definition noun, plural: anastomoses (1) Interconnection between parts of a branching system forming a network, as in leaf... Read More

This Is Your Brain on Cryptococcus: Pathogenic Fungus Loves Your Brain Sugar

Highly dangerous Cryptococcus fungi love sugar and will consume it anywhere because it helps them reproduce. In particular,... Read More


texture 1. The act or art of weaving. 2. That which woven; a woven fabric; a web. Others, apart far in the grassy dale, Or... Read More

Biodiversity loss linked to economic inequality worldwide

McGill researchers show income inequality predicts number of threatened speciesAn interdisciplinary team of McGill... Read More

1 sample examined by 1,000 pathologists — how and why?

1 sample examined by 1,000 pathologists -- how and why? This week, more than eight hundred pathologists from around Europe... Read More

The contentious Archaean biosignatures

RESEARCH NEWS The contentious Archaean biosignatures   A. V. Sankaran If it looks like life, has the ecology of life,... Read More


Articulation (Science: neurology) The ability to pronounce speech sounds, words and thoughts. (Science: orthopaedics,... Read More

Feeling sleepy is all in your genes

Genes responsible for our 24 hour body clock influence not only the timing of sleep, but also appear to be central to the... Read More

Study Links Obesity To Liver Failure

Researchers have found that obesity can put patients with acute liver failure at increased risk of mortality and other... Read More

Nerve ending

nerve ending --> synapse (Science: physiology) A connection between excitable cells, by which an excitation is conveyed from... Read More


Abandon 1. To cast or drive out; to banish; to expel; to reject. That he might . . . Abandon them from him. (Udall) Being... Read More

On Minds’ Localization

by Mario Crocco Correspondence / Contacto: Postmaster@ neurobiol.cyt.edu.a An Open Access article from... Read More


Giant 1. A man of extraordinari bulk and stature. Giants of mighty bone and bold emprise. 2. A person of extraordinary... Read More


sinker One who, or that which, sinks. Specifically: A weight on something, as on a fish line, to sink it. In knitting... Read More


Dock 1. (Science: botany) a genus of plants (Rumex), some species of which are well-known weeds which have a long taproot... Read More


utro - . A combining form used in anatomy to indicate connection with, or relation to, the uterus; as in... Read More


truck 1. A small wheel, as of a vehicle; specifically, a small strong wheel, as of wood or iron, for a gun carriage. 2. A... Read More