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Did you ever look at those zig zags on an electrical activity line and wonder what it meant? Surely nothing useful could be extracted from such a confusing thing.
Acting through links between four trophic levels and across two ecosystems, purple loosestrife altered life in nearby ponds
Science has known about plant hormones since Charles Darwin experimented with plant shoots and showed that the shoots bend toward the light as long as their tips, which are secreting a growth hormone, aren’t cut off.
Recent Olin College graduate Steven Zhang will study alongside Professor Jiaping Wu, an expert in resource management, at Zhejiang University in one of the programs’ most competitive countries,
Folic acid fortification of foods may reduce the incidence of the most common type of kidney cancer and a type of brain tumors in children.
New medical center will redefine medical education and translational research in the 21st century. New York, NY (PRWEB) May 17, 2012 After winning a