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  • ...change the name to Melissococcus plutonius to meet the International Code of Zoological Nomenclature. were found in the pMP1 plasmid. The plasmids have an average GC content of 29.2% and 30.3%.
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  • ...oxidizes reduced inorganic sulfur compounds and elemental sulfur to create the acidity needed for biomining to occur. ...other acidithiobacilli using PCR amplification to analyze the sequences of the 16S-23S rDNA intergenic spacer and restriction fragment length polymorphism
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  • ...lems, such as the severe acute syndrome (SARS) that had a huge epidemic in the early 2000s. The genome sequence is pictured by this link:
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  • .../doi:10.14744/nci.2015.97269</ref>, with the Sudan ebolavirus (SUDV) being the next highest fatal. ..., 1206. https://doi:10.1038/srep01206</ref> CpG is a dinucleotide sequence of 5’ to 3’ cytosine-guanine and is used in research for cancer and immuno
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  • ...OvVaw1t0CUCku63rL4Is_CjjFhE&ust=1580348704314169 Click here to see a photo of crustose coralline algae] ...commonly found together today. They serve CCAs are a large contributor to the earth’s carbon cycle as well.
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  • ...podial budding. It is most known for causing dandruff in humans. A picture of M. globosa can be found [ ...ysis, the Krebs cycle, the pentose phosphate pathway, and the synthesis of the typical amino acid and nucleic acid “building blocks.”
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  • ...assifications: Nosema ceranae and Nosema apis. Nosema ceranae is currently the largest threat to bees worldwide. ...pathogens and diseases, specifically N. ceranae. Currently, N. ceranae is the leading microsporidian parasite among North American and European bees, and
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