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121. Information Science Topic: The World as GodÂ’s Body
affect individual blood cells. Sharpe makes use of the 'blunt' nature of downward causation to account for the minimal ways in which we can see the Divine acting at the level of human experience; as in 'trickle-down economics' the lower levels
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122. Biography: Audrey Chapman
AAAS Report on Stem Cells... Search for Audrey Chapman Biography Index Next > To
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123. Biography: Kenneth Miller
junctions that link plant cells. Using the freeze-etching technique they have prepared high-resolution images of these junctions. In the next few months he expects to be able to follow the movement of macromolecules from cell to cell through the
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124. Biography: James Robl
genetically modified somatic cells . Implications of Animal Cloning Experiments for the Potential Cloning of Human Beings Search for James Robl
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125. General Term: Asexual Replication
union of individuals or germ cells (sperm and egg). Contributed by: BU Search for Asexual Replication Full Glossary Index Next > To return
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126. General Term: Chromatin
(as histone) in eukaryotic cells that is condensed into chromosomes in mitosis and meiosis. There are two types: heterochromatic which is densely coiled chromatin that appears as nodules in or along chromosomes and contains relatively few
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127. General Term: Endogenous Retroviruses
the genome of infected cells. Related Topics: Genetics Contributed by: BU Search for Endogenous Retroviruses Full Glossary Index Next
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128. General Term: Germline Engineering
in gametic (reproductive) cells. These changes will be passed on to subsequent generations. Related Topics: Genetics Contributed by: CTNS Search for Germline Engineering
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129. General Term: Plasmids
molecules found in bacterial cells; often used as vectors in recombinant DNA technology. Small circles of double-stranded DNA found in some bacteria. Plasmids can carry from four to 20 genes. Plasmids are a commonly used vector in recombinant DNA
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130. Event: Genes and Justice (Berkeley 2001)
Karen Lebacqz: Cells, Tissues, and Organs: Who 'Owns' Them? (large) - audio Olivia White: Emerging Genetic Technologies & Accessibility (small) Troy Duster:
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Genomics, Nanotechnology and Robotics
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