• 12 Pages Glut2
    Glut2

    School: Oregon State

    Course: Scientific Theory And Practice3

    The FASEB Journal Research Communication Inhibition of the intestinal glucose transporter GLUT2 by flavonoids Oran Kwon,* Peter Eck,* Shenglin Chen,* Christopher P. Corpe,* Je-Hyuk Lee,* Michael Kruhlak, and Mark Levine,*,1 *Molecular and Clinical

  • 3 Pages DefiningFutureWorkforceReadiness
    DefiningFutureWorkforceReadiness

    School: Oregon State

    Course: Scientific Theory And Practice3

    Defining Future Workforce Readiness Excerpts from the report Are They Really Ready To Work? Employers' Perspectives on the Basic Knowledge and Applied Skills of New Entrants to the 21st Century U.S. Workforce Increasingly Important Skills and Emergin

  • 1 Page retraction
    Retraction

    School: Oregon State

    Course: Scientific Theory And Practice3

    Letters to the Editor Letters (~300 words) discuss material published in Science in the previous 6 months or issues of general interest. They can be submitted by e-mail (science_letters@aaas.org), the Web (www.letter2science.org), or regular mail (12

  • 2 Pages sciencetv
    Sciencetv

    School: Oregon State

    Course: Scientific Theory And Practice3

    commentary Weapon of mass attraction Scientists should embrace, not fear, television news. Eliene Augenbraun If the press is vital for fostering debate in a healthy democracy, then science is in trouble - because the press provides little coverage

  • 2 Pages batebola
    Batebola

    School: Oregon State

    Course: Scientific Theory And Practice3

    Vol 438|1 December 2005 BRIEF COMMUNICATIONS Fruit bats as reservoirs of Ebola virus Bat species eaten by people in central Africa show evidence of symptomless Ebola infection. The first recorded human outbreak of Ebola virus was in 1976, but the wi

  • 1 Page flowercolor
    Flowercolor

    School: Oregon State

    Course: Scientific Theory And Practice3

    Vol 436|11 August 2005 BRIEF COMMUNICATIONS Structure of the blue cornflower pigment Packaging red-rose anthocyanin as part of a superpigment in another flower turns it brilliant blue. The same anthocyanin pigment makes roses red but cornflowers blu

  • 7 Pages H2S
    H2S

    School: Oregon State

    Course: Scientific Theory And Practice3

    The FASEB Journal Research Communication Hydrogen sulde enhances ulcer healing in rats John L. Wallace, Michael Dicay, Webb McKnight, and Gary R. Martin1 Inammation Research Network, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada ABSTRACT Hydroge

  • 1 Page mossfert
    Mossfert

    School: Oregon State

    Course: Scientific Theory And Practice3

    BREVIA Microarthropods Mediate Sperm Transfer in Mosses Nils Cronberg,1* Rayna Natcheva,1,2 Katarina Hedlund1 he algal ancestors to all land plants were fertilized by sperm, which could freely swim between male and female structures in the aquatic en

  • 1 Page wolpert
    Wolpert

    School: Oregon State

    Course: Scientific Theory And Practice3

    millennium essay The well-spring About 3,000 years ago, the Greeks invented science. Lewis Wolpert AKG n reflecting on and enjoying the scientific triumphs of the past millennium, we should also honour the origins of science and give grateful thank

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