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  • ...tory Topics in Microbiology, [http://www.mbio.ncsu.edu/JWB/home.html James Brown], NC State University (student pages in progress)
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  • ...nies might look like to be to the human eye. The colonies can be yellowish-brown to deep red in color due to their primary light harvesting pigment, phycoer ...ustka, Christopher J. Golber, David A. Hutchins, Min Yang, Kamazima Lwiza, James Burns, Douglas G. Capone, John A. Raven, and Edward J. Carpenter. 2001. "Ph
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  • ...ermosphaera''. Image from [http://www.mbio.ncsu.edu/JWB/home.html James W. Brown, North Carolina State University.]]]
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  • ...aera''. Image from [http://www.microbiology.ncsu.edu/JWB/JWB.html James W. Brown, North Carolina State University.]]]
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  • ...trieve&db=pubmed&dopt=Abstract&list_uids=12535090&query_hl=5 Morehouse EA, James TY, Ganley AR, Vilgalys R, Berger L, Murphy PJ, Longcore JE. "Multilocus se ...=14567242&query_hl=5 Van Ells T, Stanton J, Strieby A, Daszak P, Hyatt AD, Brown C. "Use of immunohistochemistry to diagnose chytridiomycosis in dyeing pois
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  • ...lmeier K, Parkhill J, Honore N, Garnier T, Tekaia F, Telenti A, Klatser P, James KD, Thomson NR, Wheeler PR, Churcher C, Harris D, Mungall K, Barrell BG, Co ...lmeier K, Parkhill J, Honore N, Garnier T, Tekaia F, Telenti A, Klatser P, James KD, Thomson NR, Wheeler PR, Churcher C, Harris D, Mungall K, Barrell BG, Co
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  • ...D. James, D. E. Harris, M. A. Quail, H. Kieser, D. Harper, A. Bateman, S. Brown, G. Chandra, C. W. Chen, M. Collins, A. Cronin, A. Fraser, A. Goble, J. Hid (7) Bentley, S. D., S. Brown, L. D. Murphy, D. E. Harris, M. A. Quail, J. Parkhill, B. G. Barrell, J. R.
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  • ...a; Mag. 13184x. Photograph courtesy of CDC by Janice Carr and colorized by James Gathany.]] ...o, H., Do, T. H., Ho, T. T., Lee, D., Wu, W., Nettleman, M., Talavera, F., Brown, R. B., Mylonakis, E., Cunha, B. A. "'' Vibrio'' Infections". eMedicine Wor
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  • ...hia Kinsland,2 Tadhg P. Begley,2 Mark A. Seefeld,1 Thomas W. Ku,1,James R. Brown,1* Magdalena Zalacain,1 and Kapila Ratnam1*Microbial, Musculoskeletal and P
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  • * [[Template:genus brown | James W. Brown, Microbiology, NC State University]]
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  • ...edu/Courses/Digital_Path/systemic_path/pulmonary/pneumonia-klebsiella.html Brown Medical School]]] Edited by James Tasch / Ani Michl (Loyola University Chicago)
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  • ...urface were obsevered after 1-2 weeks. Older colonies (1 month) were light brown and more rigid. Unlike most discovered methanotrophs, this species can surv Page authored by Anthony Heidt and James Goodrow Jr., student of [http://www.kbs.msu.edu/faculty/lennon/ Prof. Jay L
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  • Several species of the brown algae belonging to the genus Sargassum are found in the world’s temperate Diatoms and coccolithophores are among the best known brown algae found on the world’s oceans. Diatoms found in the Sargasso are curi
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  • (14) Beverly E. Sha, M. Reza Zariffard, Qiong J. Wang, Hua Y. Chen, James Bremer, Mardge H. Cohen, and Gregory T. Spear. Female Genital-Tract HIV Lo ...J. Brown, Zaid Abdo, Catherine C. Davis, Melanie A. Hansmann, Paul Joyce, James A. Foster and Larry J. Forney. Differences in the Composition of vaginal mi
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  • The control toothbrush did not grow any bacteria. The same yellow and red/brown colonies of organisms grew from the toothbrushes that were used by the two Edited by [James Lin, Natalie Nguyen, Nicholas Phung, Sarah Fernandes], students of [mailto:
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  • ...ges come in different but striking colors, bright red, purple, yellow, and brown, etc. These colors and some are toxic as well may help them defend from sp (12) MCClintock, James B., Charles D. Amsler, Bill J. Baker, and Rob W. M. Van Soest. “Ecology o
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  • [4.26] David J. Saul a , Jackie M. Aislabie b, *, Caroline E. Brown a , Lisa Harris a , Julia M. Foght c. (2006). Hydrocarbon contamination cha [6.6]: M. R. James. et al. 1996. Biodiversity in extreme aquatic environments: Lakes, ponds an
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  • ...r, N. Honore, T. Ganier, C. Churcher, D. Harris, K. Mungall, D. Basham, D. Brown, T. Chillingworth, R. Connor, R.M. Davies, K. Devlin, S. Duthoy, T. Feltwel
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  • ....R., Honore N., Garnier T., Churcher C., Harris D., Mungall K., Basham D., Brown D., Chillingworth T., Connor R., Davies R.M., Devlin K., Duthoy S., Feltwel
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  • ...cratch, bite, or abrasion on exposed skin. The mother yaw develops a honey-brown crust and enlarges horizontally 1-5 cm in diameter. The crust hardens and t 1 – Cameron, C., Elizabeth L. Brown, Janelle M. Y. Kuroiwa, Lynn M. Schnapp, and Nathan L. Brouwer. “Treponem
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