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Irreversible process

Irreversible process (Science: chemistry) Any real process, when a system undergoes the changes state 1 - greater than state... Read More

Irreversible

Irreversible incapable of being... Read More

Gap 0 phase

Definition noun The phase in the cell cycle wherein the cell is in inactive or non-cycling state following cell... Read More

Mathematical Prediction Of On-off Switches In Cell Division Proven

A team of Virginia Tech researchers has experimentally verified the predictions of a mathematical model concerning the... Read More

Everything You Need to Know About Lyme Disease and Other Tick-Borne Disorders (2nd Ed) by K. Vanderhoof-Forschner

 Everything You Need to Know About Lyme Disease and Other Tick-Borne Disorders, 2nd Edition  ... Read More

Healthy Aging: A Lifelong Guide to Your Physical and Spiritual Well-Being

Healthy Aging: A Lifelong Guide to Your Physical and Spiritual Well-Being   ... Read More

Flipped, Expelled, Copied, And Shrunk: Researchers Document Dramatic Genome Alterations During Primate Evolution

September 6, 2005 — The September 2005 issue of Genome Research presents a series of studies that provide insight into... Read More

Determination

Determination (Science: cell biology) The committment of a cell to a particular path of differentiation, even though there... Read More

Stroke

stroke (Science: neurology) A condition due to the lack of oxygen to the brain which may lead to reversible or irreversible... Read More

Adverse effects

Adverse effect this is an abnormal or harmful effect to an organism caused by exposure to a chemical. It is indicated by... Read More

Tissue perfusion

Definition noun The volume of blood that flows through a unit quantity of the tissue, and is often expressed in unit: ml... Read More

Pyruvate

Pyruvate Definition Pyruvates have been often recognized as one of the most important molecules that are frequently... Read More

Mannitol

Definition noun plural: mannitols man·ni·tol, ˈmæn ɪˌtɔl A sugar alcohol with a sweetish taste, occurs naturally in... Read More

Pyrophosphate

pyrophosphate (Science: chemistry) Two phosphate groups linked by esterification. Released in many of the synthetic steps... Read More

Mechanisms underlying plant resilience to water deficits: prospects for water-saving agriculture

Mechanisms underlying plant resilience to water deficits: prospects for water-saving agriculture M. M. Chaves1,3,* and... Read More

Estradiol

Definition noun, plural: estradiol An estrogenic hormone with a chemical formula of C18H24O2; a potent estrogen; a major... Read More

Suicide substrate

suicide substrate A competitive inhibitor that is converted to an irreversible inhibitor at the active site of the... Read More

Denaturation

Denaturation Definition In biochemistry, denaturation is defined as a process in which a molecular structure deviates from... Read More

Nucleotide deletion

Definition noun A deletion of a single nucleotide causing a shift in the reading frame of the codons in the mRNA, thus, may... Read More

Cytorrhysis

Definition: Cytorrhysis is the complete collapse of a plant cell's cell wall within plants due to the loss of water through... Read More

Gerontoplast

Definition noun, plural: gerontoplasts A plastid that forms from chloroplast during senescence Supplement Plastids are... Read More

Anabolic steroid

Definition noun, plural: anabolic steroids Any of the synthetic steroid hormones (androgens) that promote muscle and bone... Read More

Brief Review on Climate Change and Tropical Peatlands

Peat soils are formed from biochemical process on moderately decomposed vegetation by aerobic microorganisms. It is mostly... Read More

Scientists brought dead pig brain partly back to life

Death is inevitable to any entity that has life. When there is a beginning there ought to be an end.  However, the recent... Read More

The active metabolite of Clopidogrel disrupts P2Y12 receptor oligomers and partitions them out of lipid rafts

The active metabolite of Clopidogrel disrupts P2Y12 receptor oligomers and partitions them out of lipid rafts   Pierre... 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

Bacteria for plague control in agriculture

Bacillus thuringiensis, a spore bacteria discovered in 1901 by the Japanese scientist Ishiwata and, ten years later, by the... Read More

Engineers probe spiders’ polymer art

Engineers probe spiders' polymer art      MIT researchers hope the golden silk spider... 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

More large forest fires linked to climate change

    The aftermath of the Aspen Fire, a large and severe forest fire that occurred in... Read More

MIT Researcher Explains Why New Year’s Resolutions Don’t Always Stick

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -- A Massachusetts Institute of Technology neuroscientist has found evidence in the brain for why it's so... Read More

African Sleeping Sickness Breakthrough

    Ablation of flagellar proteins in African sleeping sickness parasite;... Read More

Mechanisms underlying plant resilience to water deficits: prospects for water-saving agriculture

Abstract Drought is one of the greatest limitations to crop expansion outside the present-day agricultural areas. It will... Read More

Research Determines How Plants Tell Which Way Is Up

After being knocked over by wind or hail, many plants quickly grow upward again. Scientists at North Carolina State... Read More

Silence Of The Amoebae: Scientists Render A Disease-causing Pathogen Harmless

Freedom of expression is great, but silence is golden -- at least when it comes to amoebae, which are intestine-dwelling... Read More

Why Embryos Need A Good Diet

Why Embryos Need A Good Diet A thick-coated vole and a man with cardiovascular disease have something in common: both are... Read More

A new method allows for the early diagnosis of pulmonary hypertension

Researchers at the University of Granada (UGR) from the Systemic Autoimmune Diseases Unit and the Cardiology Service of the... Read More

India’s Supreme Court Temporarily Bars Approval of Genetically Modified Crops

The Supreme Court of India (SCI, September 22, 2006) directed the country's Genetic Engineering Approval Committee (GEAC),... Read More

Japan Seeks Guidance From University Of Florida Organ Recovery Experts

GAINESVILLE, Fla.---As Japan Thursday legalized organ transplants from brain-dead donors, officials are turning to the... Read More

What is Conservation Biology?

Kent E. Holsinger Conservation biology means different things to different people. For the purposes of this course,... Read More