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[caption id=”attachment_49412″ align=”aligncenter” width=”212″] Histochemical Studies on Pteris vittata[/caption]Read It
Chicken egg is the best source of protein, lipids, vitamins, and minerals. Eggs consist of 3 main components: eggshell, egg white, and yolk. Albumen commonly known as egg white is rich in proteins....Read It
I am excited to share my foldscope click of cashew peel. Can anybody guide what is being viewed as I am unable to make out these beautiful stripes. I simply know that cashew are a rich source of fa...Read It
Whatever gets you through the night ‘salright, ‘salright…Don’t need a clock to waste your time oh no, oh no…Whatever gets you to the light ‘salright, ‘salright. ...Read It
Abstract Hypothesis: The light/dark oscillation produced by the sun and rotating earth and the change in the period of that oscillation have played a more pivotal role in the evolution of life...Read It
On the role of the circadian system in the earliest evolution of life: The diel hypothesis Glen D. Brown Unaffiliated Every living organism has a circadian clock. The...Read It
Hyaluronan treatment of biotinylated packaging cells increases titre of progeny retrovirus affinity-captured onto paramagnetic particles.
BACKGROUND: The polysaccharide hyaluronan is a major component of the extracellular matrix and has been observed to impact retrovirus infectivity in biological settings. Hyaluronan has also been ap...Read It
This project explored the electrical properties of the Mimosa pudica plant and its ability for conducting and transmitting 2.4 GHz frequency radio waves which are commonly used for wireless comm...Read It
Studies on the anticataract activity of echitamine, an alkaloid from the stem bark of Alstonia scholaris.
The phytoconstituent echitamine isolated from stem bark of Alstonia scholaris was subjected for in vitro cataract prevention study on glucose induced cataract model. Goat lenses were incubated w...Read It
In December 2013, Stergachis and colleagues published a high-profile paper on the dual role Transcription Factors (TFs) might have as a consequence of their binding to protein coding regions. This ...Read It