John Dowling discusses George Wald and H. Keffer Hartline
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Harvard University professor, John Dowling, discusses the Nobel prize-winning research of George Wald and H. Keffer Hartline, as well as their associations with the MBL.This video is presented in HD 720p resolution.
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Quantification of a previously undescribed fast-start of larval clownfish targeting copepod prey: predatory posture, speed and acceleration from high-speed video, July 2015 Lenz, Petra; Hartline, Daniel K (Biological and Chemical Oceanography Data Management Office (BCO-DMO). Contact: email@example.com, 2019-03-18)Posture, strike speed, and acceleration of clownfish larval attack on copepods, from high-speed videos, June-July 2015. Results of these data are published in Fashingbauer et al (in revision, J. Exp. Biol.) and Robinson ...
RNA-Seq sample information and accessions numbers for the copepods Neocalanus flemingeri (Prince William Sound, Gulf of Alaska)(2015-2017) and Labidocera madurae (Kane‘ohe Bay, Oahu, Hawaii)(2017) Hartline, Daniel K; Lenz, Petra; Hopcroft, Russell R.; Roncalli, Vittoria; Cieslak, Matthew C. (Biological and Chemical Oceanography Data Management Office (BCO-DMO). Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, 2020-09-17)This dataset includes accession information for RNA-seq data for the copepods Neocalanus flemingeri and Labidocera madurae used to generate de novo reference transcriptomes and for gene expression analysis. N. flemingeri ...
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