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Establish

Establish 1. To make stable or firm; to fix immovably or firmly; to set (a thing) in a place and make it stable there; to... Read More

New Study Seeks To Establish Mechanism Between Areas Of The Brain And Continence

BETHESDA, MD (February 25, 2004) When we want to go, why can we "wait"? In other words, when we sense that a... Read More

Paleontologists Establish First Age Distribution Of Non-avian Dinosaur Population

Paleontologists have uncovered the ages of a population of non-avian dinosaurs. (Credit: Zina Deretsky, National... Read More

Asymmetry due to Perfect Balance

Cell membranes are like two-dimensional fluids whose molecules are distributed evenly through lateral diffusion. But many... Read More

Asymmetry due to Perfect Balance

Cell membranes are like two-dimensional fluids whose molecules are distributed evenly through lateral diffusion. But many... Read More

Deliberately Exposing People To Toxins: Report Calls For More Stringent Ethical Standards In Scientific Studies

WASHINGTON When regulating chemicals to protect public health, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency should consider... Read More

Scientists’ cell discovery unearths evolutionary clues

The full family tree of the species known as social amoebas has been plotted for the first time - a breakthrough which will... Read More

Scientists’ cell discovery unearths evolutionary clues

The full family tree of the species known as social amoebas has been plotted for the first time - a breakthrough which... Read More

Yale Team reversed Type 2 diabetes and related fatty liver diseases in rodent models

Yale researchers were able to demonstrate in their study wherein type 2 diabetes and fatty liver disease were reversed in... Read More

Cancer

Cancer definition In biology, cancer is defined as the malignant growth due to uncontrolled cell division. It is now used... Read More

Mouse Study Trumpets New Way To Preserve Species

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. -- In a popular Dr. Seuss book, Horton the elephant is tricked into hatching a bird's egg. Now, in a... Read More

Six-billion-dollar Human Is Becoming Reality, As Bionics Restores Or Expands Humans’ Abilities

In the mid-1970s, when scientists in a popular TV series rebuilt a wounded, barely-living test pilot into the world's... Read More

How Much Do You Need to Know Before You’re an Expert? part2

Part 2 in a 2 Part Series on Expertise How Much Do You Need to Know Before You're an Expert? By Valerie Young In the last... Read More

Recent transcontinental sweep of Toxoplasma gondii driven by a single monomorphic chromosome

BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES / POPULATION BIOLOGY Recent transcontinental sweep of Toxoplasma gondii driven by a single monomorphic... Read More

Dogs Are Aggressive If They Are Trained Badly

May 1, 2009 — Many dogs are put down or abandoned due to their violent nature, but contrary to popular belief, breed has... Read More

Endocytosis

Endocytosis Definition What is endocytosis in biology? Endocytosis is a cellular process by which a cell internalizes any... Read More

Theory of Neuroscience

Nezih OKTAR Journal of Neurological Sciences (Turkish) 2006, Volume 23, Number 3, Page(s) 155-158. An Open Access... Read More

Democratic nation building must overcome natural human behavior

The rapidly rising costs – human and financial -- of our Iraq and Afghanistan adventures make it increasingly imperative... Read More

Toxicology as a nanoscience? – Disciplinary identities reconsidered

Toxicology as a nanoscience? – Disciplinary identities reconsidered Monika Kurath #1and Sabine Maasen#2 1Science... Read More

Progress in auditory hair cell studies in birds points way to possible human hearing improvement

Scientists have known for years that birds' ears do something human ears cannot: when hair cells in the avian ear are... Read More

Rearing an army to save wheat

Scientists try to rear wasps to fight off the wheat stem sawfly With wheat stem sawfly natural enemies in demand, Montana... Read More

New Studies Find Amazing Concentration Of Species Unique To East African Mountains

New studies published this month in the scientific journal Biological Conservation document an amazing concentration of... Read More

Study Shows Hope For Ridding Lakes Of Clawed Invader

Study Shows Hope For Ridding Lakes Of Clawed Invader     A group of rusty crayfish are... Read More

Deactivation of phosphatidylinositol 3,4,5-trisphosphate/Akt signaling mediates neutrophil spontaneous death

Daocheng Zhu, Hidenori Hattori, Hakryul Jo, Yonghui Jia, Kulandayan K. Subramanian, Fabien Loison, Jian You, Yi Le, Marek... Read More

Dealing with Darwin: How Great Companies Innovate at Every Phase of Their Evolution

Dealing with Darwin: How Great Companies Innovate at Every Phase of Their Evolution   ... Read More

Typing

typing classification according to type. Origin: see type bacteriophage typing, a microbiological procedure, of... Read More

Unregulated Hazards ‘Naked’ and ‘Free’ Nucleic Acids

Unregulated Hazards ‘Naked’ and ‘Free’ Nucleic Acids Mae-Wan Ho, Angela Ryan Biology Department, Open University... Read More

Working with `worms` to reveal the secrets of a long life

10 meter long, 25 year old tape worms living in human and animal digestive systems are the subjects for the latest research... Read More

Can feces save the species?

Sniffing dogs help monitor and protect threatened animals in Brazil Arlington, Virginia (May 12, 2008) – It’s a tough... Read More

Have You Ever Seen An Elephant … Run?

If an elephant is thundering towards you at 15mph you are probably not too concerned with the finer points of biomechanics... Read More

Shelfords Law of Tolerance

Definition noun It is a law stating that a certain organism’s survival and existence depend upon the multifaceted set of... Read More

Structural and functional diversification in the teleost S100 family of calcium-binding proteins

Structural and functional diversification in the teleost S100 family of calcium-binding proteins Andreas M Kraemer, Luis R... Read More

The delayed rise of present-day mammals

It took 10 to 15 million years after the dinosaurs were wiped out before modern mammals-including our ancient human... Read More

Anatomic Study of the Palmar Archs: Diameter and Presentation

Elizondo-Omaña Rodrigo Enrique; García-Rodríguez Maria de los Angeles; Tijerina de la Garza Octavio; Guzman López... Read More

The history of biochemistry in India

UD Deshmukh, GV Phatarphekar, SP DandekarDepartment of Biochemistry, Seth G. S. Medical College and K. E. M. Hospital,... Read More

SEX4, Starch And Phosphorylation: Molecular Mechanisms Of Starch Breakdown In Plants

Energy from the sun and carbon dioxide fuel photosynthesis in plants and algae, making life on earth possible. Carbon that... Read More

Mitochondrial DNA

Mitochondrial DNA Definition noun plural: mitochondrial DNAs The genetic material in the mitochondrion that carries code... Read More

Biodiversity and development challenges in Africa

Biodiversity and development challenges in Africa United Nations Environment Programme (Content Partner); Mark... Read More

Chemiosmotic coupling

Definition noun The process that couples or links the electron transport chain to ATP synthesis. Supplement Chemiosmosis is... Read More

Genome of simplest animal reveals ancient lineage, confounding array of complex capabilities

As Aesop said, appearances are deceiving—even in life's tiniest critters. From first detection in the 1880s, clinging to... Read More