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Analysis of Glycerin and Glycerides in Biodiesel (B100) Using ASTM D65
Analysis of Natural Oils and Extracts Using the Low Thermal Mass LTM S
Analysis of Organophosphorus Pesticides with Agilent 7820 Gas Chromato
Automating Complex Sample Preparations Using the Agilent 7696A WorkBen
Gas Chromatographic Analysis of Polyunsaturated FAME in Biodiesel Made
Monitoring Bacterial Cell-to-Cell Communication “Quorum sensing” Using
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Predators Delay Pest Resistance to Bt Crops
Crops genetically modified with the bacterium Bt(Bacillus thuringiensis) produce proteins that kill pest insects.
Grazing Animals ‘Rescue’ Biodiversity Threatened by Fertiliser
Damaging impacts of fertiliser offset by herbivorous grazers, whose actions enhance the amount of sunlight available to lots of precious species.
Virginia Tech Scientist Proposes Revolutionary Naming System for All Life on Earth
Boris Vinatzer has developed a new way to classify and name organisms based on genome sequencing.
French Researchers to Identify Best Microbes for Biofuel Production
Scientists used atomic force microscopy combined with infrared spectroscopy.
Fighting to Reduce Dependence on Chemical Fungicides
The research is focused on how plants defend themselves against oomycetes and fungi.
Genetic traits in cattle identified that might allow farmers to breed livestock with increased resistance to bovine tuberculosis (TB)
The BBSRC-funded scientists compared the genetic code of TB-infected animals with that of disease-free cattle, could help to impact on a disease that leads to major economic losses worldwide.
Genetic Chip Will Help Salmon Farmers Breed Better Fish
Atlantic salmon production could be boosted by a new technology that will help select the best fish for breeding.
FTIR Spectroscopy as a Method to Study Lipid Accumulation in Oleaginous Yeasts
The absorption spectra allows monitoring of the progression of fatty acid accumulation and identification of the most represented classes of the produced lipids.
New discovery Could Stimulate Plant Growth and Increase Crop Yields
Researchers at Durham University have discovered a natural mechanism in plants that could stimulate their growth even under stress and potentially lead to better crop yields.
Defending Ourselves by Keeping ‘Junk DNA’ Quiet
By genome-wide mapping in two mutant cell lines, the Meehan lab shows that loss of DNA methylation is coincident with specific activation of the IAP endogenous retroposon and the appearance of virus like particles.
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