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Underwater with a Hand Lens in the Rivers of Cape Horn, Chile; Ecology, Biocultural Conservation and Education at the Top of the World (55°S) or Zen and communicating aquatic ecology at the Top of the World (55°S)

Underwater with a Hand Lens in the Rivers of Cape Horn, Chile; Ecology, Biocultural Conservation and Education at the Top of the World (55°S) or Zen and communicating aquatic ecology at the Top of the World (55°S)

Date: April 22, 2013
Creator: Kennedy, James H.
Description: This presentation is part of the faculty lecture series UNT Speaks Out on Water Conservation. In this presentation, the author discusses the rivers of Cape Horn, Chile and biocultural conservation and education.
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Remote Sensing and GIS for Nonpoint Source Pollution Analysis in the City of Dallas' Western Watersheds

Remote Sensing and GIS for Nonpoint Source Pollution Analysis in the City of Dallas' Western Watersheds

Date: August 1988
Creator: University of North Texas. Dept. of Biological Sciences.
Description: This report describes the findings of a study conducted on the watersheds of "Lake Lewisville, Lake Ray Roberts, Lake Grapevine and the Elm Fork of the Trinity River between Lake Lewisville and Frazier Dam," which are all part of the upper Trinity drainage basin (p. 31). The study examines the potential benefit of "remote sensing and geographic information systems (GIS) for watershed management" in and around Dallas, Texas (p. i).
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Draft Genome Sequence of Cupriavidus sp. Strain SK-3, a 4-Chlorobiphenyl- and 4-Clorobenzoic Acid-Degrading Bacterium

Draft Genome Sequence of Cupriavidus sp. Strain SK-3, a 4-Chlorobiphenyl- and 4-Clorobenzoic Acid-Degrading Bacterium

Date: June 10, 2014
Creator: Vilo, Claudia A.; Benedik, Michael J.; Ilori, Matthew Olusoji & Dong, Qunfeng
Description: Article on the draft genome sequence of Cupriavidus sp. strain SK-3, a 4-chlorobiphenyl- and 4-clorobenzoic acid-degrading bacterium.
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Draft Genome Sequence of Cupriavidus sp. Strain SK-4, a di-ortho-Substituted Biphenyl-Utilizing Bacterium Isolated from Polychlorinated Biphenyl-Contaminated Sludge

Draft Genome Sequence of Cupriavidus sp. Strain SK-4, a di-ortho-Substituted Biphenyl-Utilizing Bacterium Isolated from Polychlorinated Biphenyl-Contaminated Sludge

Date: May 1, 2014
Creator: Vilo, Claudia A.; Benedik, Michael J.; Ilori, Matthew Olusoji & Dong, Qunfeng
Description: Article on the draft genome sequence of Cupriavidus sp. strain SK-4, a di-ortho-substituted biphenyl-utilizing bacterium isolated from polychlorinated biphenyl-contaminated sludge.
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WebGBrowse 2.1 - A Web Server Supporting Multiple Versions of the Generic Genome Browser for Customizable Genome Annotation Display

WebGBrowse 2.1 - A Web Server Supporting Multiple Versions of the Generic Genome Browser for Customizable Genome Annotation Display

Date: April 2011
Creator: Podicheti, Ram; Revanna, Kashi V. & Dong, Qunfeng
Description: In this book, the authors discuss WebGBrowse 2.1, one of the most popular genome browsers used by the research community.
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Identification of Phloem Involved in Assimilate Loading in Leaves by the Activity of the Galactinol Synthase Promoter

Identification of Phloem Involved in Assimilate Loading in Leaves by the Activity of the Galactinol Synthase Promoter

Date: July 2000
Creator: Haritatos, Edith Emily, 1969-; Ayre, Brian G. & Turgeon, Robert
Description: Article discussing the identification of phloem involved in assimilate loading in leaves by the activity of the galactinol synthase promoter.
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Graft Transmission of a Floral Stimulant Derived from CONSTANS

Graft Transmission of a Floral Stimulant Derived from CONSTANS

Date: August 2004
Creator: Ayre, Brian G. & Turgeon, Robert
Description: This article discusses graft transmission of a floral stimulant derived from CONSTANS.
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A cytochrome P450 monooxygenase commonly used for negative selection in transgenic plants causes growth anomalies by disrupting brassinosteroid signaling

A cytochrome P450 monooxygenase commonly used for negative selection in transgenic plants causes growth anomalies by disrupting brassinosteroid signaling

Date: April 15, 2011
Creator: Dasgupta, Kasturi; Ganesan, Savita; Manivasagam, Sindhu & Ayre, Brian G.
Description: Article on a cytochrome P450 monooxygenase commonly used for negative selection in transgenic plants causing growth anomalies by disrupting brassinosteroid signaling.
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Functional and Phylogenetic Analyses of a Conserved Regulatory Program in the Phloem of Minor Veins

Functional and Phylogenetic Analyses of a Conserved Regulatory Program in the Phloem of Minor Veins

Date: November 2003
Creator: Ayre, Brian G.; Blair, Jaime E. & Turgeon, Robert
Description: This article discusses functional and phylogenetic analyses of a conserved regulatory program in the phloem of minor veins, which are developmentally and physiologically distinct from the phloem in the rest of the vascular system.
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Symplastic Continuity between Companion Cells and the Translocation Stream: Long-Distance Transport Is Controlled by Retention and Retrieval Mechanisms in the Phloem

Symplastic Continuity between Companion Cells and the Translocation Stream: Long-Distance Transport Is Controlled by Retention and Retrieval Mechanisms in the Phloem

Date: April 2003
Creator: Ayre, Brian G.; Keller, Felix & Turgeon, Robert
Description: Article discussing symplastic continuity between companion cells and the translocation stream, and how long-distance transport is controlled by retention and retrieval mechanisms in the phloem.
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