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  • Shimabukuro, Katsuya; Noda, Naoki; Stewart, Murray; Roberts, Thomas M. (2011-08)
    Crawling movement in eukaryotic cells requires coordination of leading edge protrusion with cell body retraction [1-3]. Protrusion is driven by actin polymerization along the leading edge [4]. The mechanism of retraction ...
  • Li, Wenjing; Moriwaki, Takashi; Tani, Tomomi; Watanabe, Takashi; Kaibuchi, Kozo; Goshima, Gohta (Rockefeller University Press, 2012-11-26)
    Dynamic microtubules (MTs) are essential for various intracellular events, such as mitosis. In Drosophila melanogaster S2 cells, three MT tip-localizing proteins, Msps/XMAP215, EB1, and Sentin (an EB1 cargo protein), have ...
  • Rastetter, Edward B.; Yanai, Ruth D.; Thomas, R. Q.; Vadeboncoeur, M. A.; Fahey, Timothy J.; Fisk, M. C.; Kwiatkowski, Bonnie L.; Hamburg, S. P. (Ecological Society of America, 2013-04)
    Nitrogen (N) and phosphorus (P) are tightly cycled in most terrestrial ecosystems, with plant uptake more than 10 times higher than the rate of supply from deposition and weathering. This near-total dependence on recycled ...
  • Alliegro, Mary Anne; Henry, Jonathan J.; Alliegro, Mark C. (2010-06)
    The nucleolinus is an RNA-rich compartment, closely apposed to or embedded within the nucleolus. Discovered over 150 years ago, fewer than two dozen articles have been published on the nucleolinus, probably because complex ...
  • Keeling, Patrick J.; Corradi, Nicolas; Morrison, Hilary G.; Haag, Karen L.; Ebert, Dieter; Weiss, Louis M.; Akiyoshi, Donna E.; Tzipori, Saul (Oxford University Press, 2010-05-13)
    Reduction of various biological processes is a hallmark of the parasitic lifestyle. Generally, the more intimate the association between parasites and hosts the stronger the parasite relies on its host's physiology for ...
  • Smith, Joel; Morgan, Jennifer R.; Zottoli, Steven J.; Smith, Peter J. S.; Buxbaum, Joseph D.; Bloom, Ona E. (Marine Biological Laboratory, 2011-08)
    What gives an organism the ability to regrow tissues and to recover function where another organism fails is the central problem of regenerative biology. The challenge is to describe the mechanisms of regeneration at the ...
  • Auger, Helene; Sasakura, Yasunori; Joly, Jean-Stephane; Jeffery, William R. (2009-12-06)
    Ascidians have powerful capacities for regeneration but the underlying mechanisms are poorly understood. Here we examine oral siphon regeneration in the solitary ascidian Ciona intestinalis. Following amputation, the ...
  • Harrison, John A.; Maranger, Roxane J.; Alexander, Richard B.; Giblin, Anne E.; Jacinthe, Pierre-Andre; Mayorga, Emilio; Seitzinger, Sybil P.; Sobota, Daniel J.; Wollheim, Wilfred M. (2008-06-25)
    Human activities have greatly increased the transport of biologically available N through watersheds to potentially sensitive coastal ecosystems. Lentic water bodies (lakes and reservoirs) have the potential to act as ...
  • Riskin, Shelby H.; Porder, Stephen; Schipanski, Meagan E.; Bennett, Elena M.; Neill, Christopher (University of California Press, 2013-01)
    Fertilizer-intensive agriculture has been integral to increasing food production over the past half century but has been accompanied by environmental costs. We use case studies of phosphorus fertilizer use in the world’s ...
  • Yang, Xi; Mustard, John F.; Tang, Jianwu; Hong, Xu (American Geophysical Union, 2012-09-14)
    Changes of vegetation phenology in response to climate change in the temperate forests have been well documented recently and have important implications on the regional and global carbon and water cycles. Predicting the ...
  • Feierbach, Becket; Verde, Fulvia; Chang, Fred (Rockefeller University Press, 2004-06-07)
    The plus ends of microtubules have been speculated to regulate the actin cytoskeleton for the proper positioning of sites of cell polarization and cytokinesis. In the fission yeast Schizosaccharomyces pombe, interphase ...
  • Magidson, Valentin; Chang, Fred; Khodjakov, Alexey (2006-05-04)
    In the fission yeast Schizosaccharomyces pombe, cytokinesis is thought to be controlled by the daughter spindle pole body (SPB) through a regulatory pathway, the Septation Initiation Network (SIN). Here we demonstrate that ...
  • Wollheim, Wilfred M.; Vorosmarty, Charles J.; Peterson, Bruce J.; Seitzinger, Sybil P.; Hopkinson, Charles S. (American Geophysical Union, 2006-03-30)
    We present a conceptual approach for evaluating the biological and hydrological controls of nutrient removal in different sized rivers within an entire river network. We emphasize a per unit area biological parameter, the ...
  • Valiela, Ivan; Martinetto, Paulina (American Institute of Biological Sciences, 2005-08)
    The increasing number of scientific publications has made bibliographic search engines essential tools in all disciplines. These software-based devices, however, are far from perfect. Comparisons of software-based bibliographic ...
  • Algar, Christopher K.; Boudreau, Bernard P.; Barry, Mark A. (American Geophysical Union, 2011-04-20)
    Methane is a strong greenhouse gas, and marine and wetland sediments constitute significant sources to the atmosphere. This flux is dominated by the release of bubbles, and quantitative prediction of this bubble flux has ...
  • Wachowiak, Matt; Cohen, Lawrence B. (2001-04-13)
    To visualize odorant representations by receptor neuron input to the mouse olfactory bulb, we loaded receptor neurons with calcium-sensitive dye and imaged odorant-evoked responses from their axon terminals. Fluorescence ...
  • Antonopoulos, Dionysios A.; Huse, Susan M.; Morrison, Hilary G.; Schmidt, Thomas M.; Sogin, Mitchell L.; Young, Vincent B. (2009-03-13)
    Shifts in microbial communities are implicated in the pathogenesis of a number of gastrointestinal diseases, but we have limited understanding of the mechanisms that lead to altered community structures. One difficulty ...
  • Gooseff, Michael N.; Benson, David A.; Briggs, Martin A.; Weaver, Mitchell; Wollheim, Wilfred M.; Peterson, Bruce J.; Hopkinson, Charles S. (American Geophysical Union, 2011-05-11)
    Little is known about the impact of surface transient storage (STS) zones on reach-scale transport and the fate of dissolved nutrients in streams. Exchange with these locations may influence the rates of nutrient cycling ...
  • Bret-Harte, M. Syndonia; Mack, Michelle C.; Shaver, Gaius R.; Huebner, Diane C.; Johnston, Miriam; Mojica, Camilo A.; Pizano, Camila; Reiskind, Julia A. (The Royal Society, 2013-07-08)
    Fire causes dramatic short-term changes in vegetation and ecosystem function, and may promote rapid vegetation change by creating recruitment opportunities. Climate warming likely will increase the frequency of wildfire ...
  • Ducklow, Hugh W.; Myers, Kristen M. S.; Erickson, Matthew; Ghiglione, Jean-Francois; Murray, Alison E. (Inter-Research, 2011-09-20)
    Along the western Antarctic Peninsula, marine bacterioplankton respond to the spring phytoplankton bloom with increases in abundance, production and growth rates, and a seasonal succession in bacterial community composition ...

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