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Duplicate

Definition noun, plural: duplicates One that resembles or corresponds to another; an identical copy. adjective Twofold;... Read More

Bilateral symmetry

Definition noun, plural: bilateral symmetries A form of symmetry in which the opposite sides along a midline is a duplicate... Read More

Radial symmetry

Definition noun A form of symmetry in which the body plan is divisible into identical parts around a central... Read More

Replicate

Definition noun Any from a set of copies or repetitions, especially of a laboratory or research procedure. verb To make an... Read More

Ratio

ratio 1. (Science: mathematics) The relation which one quantity or magnitude has to another of the same kind. It is... Read More

Rewind, Please: Nature Paper Shows That Cell Division Is Reversible

Gary J. Gorbsky, Ph.D., a scientist with the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation, has found a way to reverse the process... Read More

Stem Cell Technology Gives Access To Same Sex Reproduction

Researches carried out by Cambridge University showed possibility for same sex reproduction, according to the study... Read More

Fasting boosts human metabolism, has anti-aging effects

In the advent of 2019, we are inspired to set new goals, pursue life-long dreams, or simply make better choices. Perhaps,... Read More

Triplicate

Definition noun, plural: triplicates One of the three identical copies or replicates verb To make three copies... Read More

Duplication

Definition noun (general) The act or process of duplicating; the state of being duplicated; a doubling. (biology) The state... Read More

Centrosome

Centrosome Definition What is a centrosome? The centrosome is considered to be the main microtubule-organizing... Read More

Replica

Definition noun (1) A copy of the template. (2) A duplication, especially of a procedure in tests or experiments to verify... Read More

Tally

tally Origin: OE. Taile, taille, F. Taille a cutting, cut tally, fr. Tailler to cut, but influenced probably by taille, p.p.... Read More

Homologous chromosome

A homologous chromosome pertains to one of a pair of chromosomes with the same gene sequence, loci, chromosomal length, and... Read More

Tallies

tally Origin: OE. Taile, taille, F. Taille a cutting, cut tally, fr. Tailler to cut, but influenced probably by taille, p.p.... Read More

Symmetry

Definition noun, plural: symmetries Correspondence of parts (in terms of form, size, distribution, or arrangement) on... Read More

Researcher Traces Gene Development In "Last Common Link"; Two Genes Diverge From One

Apr. 17, 2002 — A researcher studying the last common link between invertebrate and vertebrate animals has found a key... Read More

Chromosomal Chaos In Early Embryonic Development Linked To Cell Division Abnormalities

Berlin, Germany -- Abnormalities in the spindles (the bi-polar thread like structures that link and pull the chromosomes... Read More

Marine sponge yields nanoscale secrets

This may have hi-tech applications, report UCSB scientists (Santa Barbara, Calif.) –– The simple marine sponge is... Read More

More acidic seas pose new threat, scientists warn

More acidic seas pose new threat, scientists warn The escalating level of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is making the... Read More

Chromatin, Not Proteins, Support Chromosomes During Cell Division

When cells divide and transfer copies of genes to daughter cells, the process includes a phase where the replicated... Read More

Overview of Chirology

Psychodiagnostic Chirology (PDC) is a comprehensive diagnostic discipline applied by professional behavioral specialists in... Read More

Comparative genomics using Fugu reveals insights into regulatory subfunctionalization

Research Comparative genomics using Fugu reveals insights into regulatory subfunctionalization Adam Woolfe1 ,2 and Greg... Read More

Drug treatment likely to be based on biased evidence

Drug treatment is likely to be founded on biased evidence because drug companies tend to publish studies with more... Read More

Human clones: New U.N. analysis lays out world’s choices

Report says ban on human reproductive cloning, coupled with restricted therapeutic research, is global compromise most... Read More

St. Jude identifies the specific cell that causes eye cancer, disproving long-held theory

Researchers found that certain mutations enable specific cells in the retina to multiply and cause eye cancer, a finding... Read More

Evolution Of Fins And Limbs Linked With That Of Gills

Mar. 25, 2009 — The genetic toolkit that animals use to build fins and limbs is the same genetic toolkit that controls... Read More

A gene divided reveals the details of natural selection

MADISON -- In a molecular tour de force, researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison have provided an exquisitely... Read More

Convergent evolution of molecules in electric fish

AUSTIN, Texas-Having a set of extra genes gave fish on separate continents the ability to evolve electric organs, report... Read More

Predicting TB Outbreaks Based on the First Two Cases

Outbreaks of tuberculosis (TB) may be able to be identified by looking at certain characteristics of the first two... Read More

Dividing Cells Find Their Middle By Following A Protein ‘Contour Map’

 Middle of the road. As proteins organize themselves in preparation for cell division, some are more likely to... Read More

Scientists Make Chemical Cousin Of DNA For Use As New Nanotechnology Building Block

The only chemical difference between DNA and a synthetic cousin, GNA, is in the sugar molecule. GNA uses a... Read More

Rewind, Please: Nature Paper Shows That Cell Division Is Reversible

Gary J. Gorbsky, Ph.D., a scientist with the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation, has found a way to reverse... Read More