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  • [[Category:Short pages]] [[Category:Incomplete Pages]]
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  • [[Category:Short pages 2]] ...s bacillus shaped. Genetic analysis of this archaeon shows that it uses an incomplete TCA cycle, and also the EMP pathway. A pentose phosphate shunt was also dis
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  • ...nes, and the chromosome contain a total of 1,531 CDSs. They also have four incomplete prophages. The genome contain two plasmids and three pseudogenes were found ...cerana indica F.) in Southern Kerala. Journal of Apicultural Research 0:0, pages 1-9.
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  • ...rises a chromosome of 4.35 Mbp and a plasmid of 54.9 Kbp. The organism has incomplete pathways for the biosynthesis of nine essential amino acids but encodes a l ...racterization of Rhapidosomes of Saprospira Grandis." Volume 64, Issue 1. Pages 287-288. Berkeley, California: Department of Biochemistry, 2012. Print.
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  • [[Category:Short pages]] Capsids can be penetrated by stain and some appear dark in the center. Incomplete particles are common. They are devoid of nucleic acids characterized by cap
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  • *soil sample - alpha hemolysis (incomplete) http://www.eol.org/pages/975750/overview
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  • Currently, the complete Glomus genome is not available. The current incomplete genome could be the result of several factors: a high amount of multiple co ...romycota). Fungal Genetics and Biology Volume 44, Issue 12, December 2007, Pages 1380-1386
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  • ...a has a complete [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TCA_cycle TCA cycle] and an incomplete [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pentose_phosphate_pathway pentose phosphate p <-- Do not remove this line-->[[Category:Pages edited by students of Jay Lennon at Michigan State University]]
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  • ...liant on syntrophic relationship with other organisms. Its genome has an incomplete TCA cycle. ''S. aciditrophicus'' may be able to synthesize and use glycogen <!-- Do not remove this line-->[[Category:Pages edited by students of Jay Lennon at Indiana University]]
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  • ...hose that have complete cell adhesion protein genes [[#References |[10]]]. Incomplete adhesion proteins cause increased mobility within a host and contribute to <!--Do not edit or remove this line-->[[Category:Pages edited by students of Jennifer Bhatnagar at Boston University]]
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  • ...ere is one difference between the two mureins: ''B. rettgeri'' exhibits an incomplete replacement of D-ornithine by D-lysine. With both microorganisms belonging <!-- Do not remove this line-->[[Category:Pages edited by students of Drs. Kaz Kashefi and Edward Walker at Michigan State
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  • Although the story of the evolution of domestic cats is incomplete on this page, the general idea is explained. There is still continuing dedi <!--Do not edit or remove this line-->[[Category:Pages edited by students of Joan Slonczewski at Kenyon College]]
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  • PAHs are often formed by the incomplete burning of coal, oil, garbage, and other organic substances such as tobacco <!--Do not edit or remove this line-->[[Category:Pages edited by students of Joan Slonczewski at Kenyon College]]
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  • ...mmunology</i> 159 (2): 154–62.]</ref> Furthermore, genetic factors such as incomplete X-inactivation contribute to a higher prevalence of autoimmunity in the fem <!--Do not edit or remove this line-->[[Category:Pages edited by students of Joan Slonczewski at Kenyon College]]
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  • ...on from patient, with treatments not being carried to term. The reason for incomplete treatment ranges from the cost of these drugs to patients seeing decrease i ...le book.jpg|thumb|520px|right| Fig 8. Picture of the Drinkable book, whose pages are comprised of two water filters with hygiene tips written on them. The i
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  • ...s the model for this study. It is an important PAH as it is a byproduct of incomplete combustion of organic compounds, and can be detected in the environment. In [[Category:Pages edited by students of Jennifer Talbot at Boston University]]
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  • ...y 1.1μm by 1.5μm (Mertz and Yao 1990). Aerial hyphae have a hook, loop and incomplete spiral arrangement that are described as 'rectus-flexibilius' (Mertz and Ya <-- Do not remove this line-->[[Category:Pages edited by students of Jay Lennon at Michigan State University]]
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  • ...ytoplasmic bridges between somatic cells of the colonies, originating from incomplete cell division during cytokinesis.<sup>[1]</sup> These connections, which ca <!-- Do not remove this line-->[[Category:Pages edited by students of Jay Lennon at Indiana University]]
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  • ...factor in the process of inflammatory bowel diseases. However, due to the incomplete understanding about the role of bifidobacteria and other known probiotics o ...xic tumor growth. Cancer Gene Therapy. February 2003, Volume 10, Number 2, Pages 105-111. 2003 Nature Publishing Group.
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  • [[Category:Pages edited by students of Tyrrell Conway at the University of Oklahoma]] ...imate personality and became a symbol of protection and security…. We were incomplete embryos in a metal womb.
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