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Calcareous nannoplankton biocoenosis : sediment trap studies in the equatorial Atlantic, central Pacific, and Panama Basin
(Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 1991)
Sediment traps deployed on three moored vertical arrays collected particles at various depths in the equatorial Atlantic (Station E), central Pacific (Station P1), and in the Panama Basin (Station PB1). The calcareous ...
Tintinnids : a taxon-vertical distributional study of settling assemblages from the Panama Basin
(Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 1992)
A series of samples collected in sediment traps deployed in the Panama Basin at various depths for 112 days were analyzed to examine the vertical flux of tintinnids, the trumpet-shaped ciliate protozoans. Tintinnids in ...
A global, myosin light chain kinase-dependent increase in myosin II contractility accompanies the metaphase–anaphase transition in sea urchin eggs
(American Society for Cell Biology, 2006-07-12)
Myosin II is the force-generating motor for cytokinesis, and although it is accepted that myosin contractility is greatest at the cell equator, the temporal and spatial cues that direct equatorial contractility are not ...
Planning for institutional repositories: lessons learned
Building repositories: why DSpace?
This presentation looked at the process of selecting a software platform for hosting the Woods Hole Open Access Server (WHOAS), an institutional repository serving the Woods Hole (MA) science community.
A model for Bioinformatics training : the Marine Biological Laboratory
Many areas of science such as biology, medicine, and oceanography are becoming increasingly data-rich and most programs that train scientists do not address informatics techniques or technologies that are necessary for ...
Open access to science content : a view from the "Hole"
This presentation looked at the Woods Hole Open Access Server, WHOAS, an institutional repository. Built on the DSpace platform and hosted by the MBLWHOI Library, the mission of WHOAS is to digitally capture, communicate, ...
An Academic Service Learning (AS-L) Activity within an Undergraduate Course in Pharmacology
(Journal of Toxicological Education, 2013)
Academic service learning (AS-L) is a type of active learning in which a student demonstrates knowledge and understanding through service to the community and reflection. The present report describes an activity in which ...