Carbon and hydrogen matabolism of green algae in light and dark: Final report

Carbon and hydrogen matabolism of green algae in light and dark: Final report

Date: December 31, 1996
Creator: Gibbs, M.
Description: This report provides an overview of the progress made during this study. Progress is reported in chloroplast respiration, photoregulation of chloroplast respiration, reductive carboxylic acid cycle, and in oxy-hydrogen reaction all in Chlamydomonas.
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Plant training grant: DE-FG02-94ER20162. Final technical report

Plant training grant: DE-FG02-94ER20162. Final technical report

Date: February 1, 2003
Creator: Cashmore, Anthony R.
Description: The aim of this training grant was to educate students of Plant Science in the disciplines of Biochemistry and Chemistry, in addition to the more traditional courses in Plant Biology. Annual retreats were held which involved a day-long meeting and included lectures from Penn faculty as well as famous national and international scientists. Programs for two of these retreats are included. In addition to lecture courses, students performed research within the Departments of Biology, Chemistry, and Biochemistry and Biophysics; a publications list is given.
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Relation of Dosage of Antiserum to Protection in Mouse Leukemia

Relation of Dosage of Antiserum to Protection in Mouse Leukemia

Date: January 1961
Creator: Savage, Norman Lee
Description: It is the purpose of this paper to attempt to confirm the work of Schlagenhauf and Ingebrigsten and to show the effects of repeated injections of guinea pig serum immunized with various strains of mouse leukemia.
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The Characteristics of Morphology and Apoptosis in the Closure of the Ductus Arteriosi in Emu

The Characteristics of Morphology and Apoptosis in the Closure of the Ductus Arteriosi in Emu

Date: March 29, 2007
Creator: Castilla, Lauren & Dzialowski, Edward M. (Edward Michael)
Description: Presentation for the 2007 University Scholars Day at the University of North Texas. This presentation discusses research on characterizing the changes in tissue morphology occurring in the emu ductus arteriosus during hatching and what role apoptosis plays during the process of the ductus closure.
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Primary Cilia in the Oligodendrocyte Lineage: New Insights

Primary Cilia in the Oligodendrocyte Lineage: New Insights

Date: April 15, 2010
Creator: Valliere, Sarah & Fuchs, Jannon L.
Description: Poster for the 2010 University Scholars Day at the University of North Texas discussing research on primary cilia in the oligodendrocyte lineage.
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Treatment of Akr Mouse Leukemia with Specific Heterologous Antiserum

Treatment of Akr Mouse Leukemia with Specific Heterologous Antiserum

Date: August 1959
Creator: Ingebrigtsen, Norman Arnold
Description: This thesis has been an attempt to observe the role antibodies play in extending the life span of tumor infected Akr mice.
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Presence of Krebs Cycle Intermediates in Primary Mycelia of an Actinomycete

Presence of Krebs Cycle Intermediates in Primary Mycelia of an Actinomycete

Date: August 1968
Creator: Callaway, Joe Raymon
Description: The purpose of this study is to determine the presence or absence of a typical Krebs cycle metabolism in the primary mycelia of an aquatic streptomycete.
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Socioeconomics and the Ethics of Organ Donation

Socioeconomics and the Ethics of Organ Donation

Date: April 19, 2012
Creator: McClinchie, Elizabeth & Verrill, Diane
Description: Poster for the 2012 University Scholars Day at the University of North Texas discussing the socioeconomics and the ethics of organ donation.
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Molecular characterization of a novel heavy metal uptake transporter from higher plants and its potential for use in phytoremediation. 1998 annual progress report

Molecular characterization of a novel heavy metal uptake transporter from higher plants and its potential for use in phytoremediation. 1998 annual progress report

Date: June 1, 1998
Creator: Schroeder, J.I.
Description: 'Soils and waters contaminated with high levels of heavy metals such as Cadmium, Lead and Copper are detrimental to human and environmental health. Many human disorders have been attributed to environmental contamination by heavy metals. Removal of heavy metals from highly contaminated sites is therefore a very costly but necessary process that is currently being pursued. Recent research in several laboratories indicates that uptake of heavy metals into plants via the root system may provide a cost-effective approach for decontamination of certain heavy metal-laden soils and waters. Several mechanisms have been identified, which allow detoxification in the cytosol and vacuoles of plants. However, the molecular biological mechanisms by which heavy metals are transported from soils across the plasma membrane into roots have remained largely unknown. In recent research, the laboratory has cloned a cation uptake transporter cDNA from plants. Yeast cells expressing this cDNA show enhanced uptake of calcium and cadmium. The proposed research is testing the transport of toxic and nutrient metals by the encoded protein.'
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Workshop on stems and trunks in plant form and function. Final report

Workshop on stems and trunks in plant form and function. Final report

Date: March 1, 1995
Creator: Gartner, B.L.
Description: This document is the final report on the workshop on stems and trunks in plant form and function relating to DOE grant DE-FG06-93ER20128 which took place at Oregon State University in February 1994. The resulting book is organized into four sections and a synthesis: roles of stem architecture in plant performance, roles of stems in transport and storage of water, roles of live stem cells in plant performance, and the roles of stems in preventing or reacting to response to plant injury. The synthesis stemmed from debated and discussion by the authors and a few dozen other workshop participants. The authors cover many stem functions, although the list is not exhaustive, and the focus is on terrestrial woody tree stems, primarily of temperate and boreal zones. More research on trunks, branches and twigs is important for a baseline understanding of plant biology. In the face of anticipated human-caused changes to most environments, we need not only have a baseline understanding of whole-plant biology, but also predictive capabilities for how plants will react to perturbations.
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