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  • Huse, Susan M.; Huber, Julie A.; Morrison, Hilary G.; Sogin, Mitchell L.; Mark Welch, David B. (BioMed Central, 2007-07-20)
    Massively parallel pyrosequencing systems have increased the efficiency of DNA sequencing, although the published per-base accuracy of a Roche GS20 is only 96%. In genome projects, highly redundant consensus assemblies can ...
  • Piontek, J.; Lunau, M.; Handel, N.; Borchard, C.; Wurst, M.; Engel, A. (Copernicus Publications on behalf of the European Geosciences Union, 2010-05-19)
    With the accumulation of anthropogenic carbon dioxide (CO2), a proceeding decline in seawater pH has been induced that is referred to as ocean acidification. The ocean's capacity for CO2 storage is strongly affected by ...
  • Foote, Kenneth G.; Hanlon, Roger T.; Iampietro, Pat J.; Kvitek, Rikk G. (Acoustical Society of America, 2006-02)
    The squid Loligo opalescens is a key species in the nearshore pelagic community of California, supporting the most valuable state marine fishery, yet the stock biomass is unknown. In southern Monterey Bay, extensive beds ...
  • Zuchero, J. Bradley; Belin, Brittany J.; Mullins, R. Dyche (American Society for Cell Biology, 2012-01-19)
    Junction-mediating and regulatory protein (JMY) is a regulator of both transcription and actin filament assembly. In response to DNA damage, JMY accumulates in the nucleus and promotes p53-dependent apoptosis. JMY's ...
  • Hanlon, Roger T.; Naud, Marie-Jose; Forsythe, John W.; Hall, Karina; Watson, Anya C.; McKechnie, Joy (University of Chicago Press, 2007-02-12)
    Cephalopods are well known for their diverse, quick‐changing camouflage in a wide range of shallow habitats worldwide. However, there is no documentation that cephalopods use their diverse camouflage repertoire at night. ...
  • Zakon, Harold H. (2012-04)
    Voltage-gated Na+-permeable (Nav) channels form the basis for electrical excitability in animals. Nav channels evolved from Ca2+ channels and were present in the common ancestor of choanoflagellates and animals although ...
  • Burton, Andrew J.; Melillo, Jerry M.; Frey, Serita D. (2008-06)
    Adjustment of ecosystem root respiration to warmer climatic conditions can alter the autotrophic portion of soil respiration and influence the amount of carbon available for biomass production. We examined 44 published ...
  • Meyerson, Laura A.; Baron, Jill; Melillo, Jerry M.; Naiman, Robert J.; O'Malley, Robin I.; Orians, Gordon; Palmer, Margaret A.; Pfaff, Alexander S. P.; Running, Steven W.; Sala, Osvaldo E. (Ecological Society of America, 2005-02)
    National scale aggregate indicators of ecosystem services are useful for stimulating and supporting a broad public discussion about trends in the provision of these services. There are important considerations involved in ...
  • Dabiri, John O.; Bose, Sanjeeb; Gemmell, Brad J.; Colin, Sean P.; Costello, John H. (Company of Biologists, 2013-10-10)
    We describe and characterize a method for estimating the pressure field corresponding to velocity field measurements such as those obtained by using particle image velocimetry. The pressure gradient is estimated from a ...
  • D'Andrea, William J.; Lage, Melissa; Martiny, Jennifer B. H.; Laatsch, Abby D.; Amaral-Zettler, Linda A.; Sogin, Mitchell L.; Huang, Yongsong (American Geophysical Union, 2006-09-19)
    The 18S ribosomal DNA (rDNA) sequences of haptophyte algae were successfully amplified using the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) from water filtrate, surface sediments, and a late-Holocene sediment sample (∼1000 years old) ...
  • Deegan, Linda A.; Neill, Christopher; Haupert, Christie L.; Ballester, M. Victoria R.; Krusche, Alex V.; Victoria, Reynaldo L.; Thomas, Suzanne M.; de Moor, Emily (2010-08-29)
    Human activities that modify land cover can alter the structure and biogeochemistry of small streams but these effects are poorly known over large regions of the humid tropics where rates of forest clearing are high. We ...
  • Galford, Gillian L.; Melillo, Jerry M.; Mustard, John F.; Cerri, Carlos E. P.; Cerri, Carlos C. (American Meteorological Society, 2010-10-28)
    The Brazilian Amazon is one of the most rapidly developing agricultural frontiers in the world. The authors assess changes in cropland area and the intensification of cropping in the Brazilian agricultural frontier state ...
  • Eisthen, Heather L.; Krause, Brianne Chung (2011-11-01)
    Axolotls (Ambystoma mexicanum) are aquatic salamanders that are widely used in research. Axolotls have been bred in laboratories for nearly 150 years, yet little is known about the basic biology of reproduction in these ...
  • LaPointe, Nichole E.; Morfini, Gerardo A.; Pigino, Gustavo F.; Gaisina, Irina N.; Kozikowski, Alan P.; Binder, Lester I.; Brady, Scott T. (2008-04)
    The neuropathology of Alzheimer’s disease (AD) and other tauopathies is characterized by filamentous deposits of the microtubule-associated protein tau, but the relationship between tau polymerization and neurotoxicity ...
  • Suga, Koushirou; Mark Welch, David B.; Tanaka, Yukari; Sakakura, Yoshitaka; Hagiwara, Atsushi (Public Library of Science, 2007-08-01)
    Rotifers are among the most common non-arthropod animals and are the most experimentally tractable members of the basal assemblage of metazoan phyla known as Gnathifera. The monogonont rotifer Brachionus plicatilis is a ...
  • McGuire, A. David; Hayes, Daniel J.; Kicklighter, David W.; Manizza, Manfredi; Zhuang, Qianlai; Chen, M.; Follows, Michael J.; Gurney, Kevin R.; McClelland, James W.; Melillo, Jerry M.; Peterson, Bruce J.; Prinn, Ronald G. (2010-06-18)
    This study used several model-based tools to analyze the dynamics of the Arctic Basin between 1997 and 2006 as a linked system of land-ocean-atmosphere C exchange. The analysis estimates that terrestrial areas of the ...
  • Ma, Leung-Hang; Gilland, Edwin; Bass, Andrew H.; Baker, Robert (Nature Publishing Group, 2010-07-27)
    Motor innervation to the tetrapod forelimb and fish pectoral fin is assumed to share a conserved spinal cord origin, despite major structural and functional innovations of the appendage during the vertebrate water-to-land ...
  • Bijoor, Neeta S.; Pataki, Diane E.; Rocha, Adrian V.; Goulden, Michael L. (2011-05)
    The δ18O and δD composition of water pools (leaf, root, standing water, and soil water) and fluxes (transpiration, evaporation) were used to understand ecohydrological processes in a managed Typha latifolia L. freshwater ...
  • Thessen, Anne E.; Cui, Hong; Mozzherin, Dmitry (Hindawi Publishing, 2012)
    Centuries of biological knowledge are contained in the massive body of scientific literature, written for human-readability but too big for any one person to consume. Large-scale mining of information from the literature ...
  • Brazelton, William J.; Ludwig, Kristin A.; Sogin, Mitchell L.; Andreishcheva, Ekaterina N.; Kelley, Deborah S.; Shen, Chuan-Chou; Edwards, R. Lawrence; Baross, John A. (2009-12-06)
    The Lost City Hydrothermal Field, an ultramafic-hosted system located 15 km west of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, has experienced at least 30,000 years of hydrothermal activity. Previous studies have shown that its carbonate ...

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