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Plants Have Future As Environmental Clean-Up Agents

...by both students and faculty, the county decidedto adopt bioremediation as a solution. This spring, 5,000 poplartrees will be planted at the site. "It's really an application of university research to a countylevel," said Ann Feyerharm, special projects assistant for RileyCounty. "I never would have heard...

Guidelines For Next Generation Of Environmental Policy

...de incentives for bothproducers and consumers, and adopt a "polluter-pays" approach funded by roadtolls, bottle deposits, excise taxes and other consumer fees, according to theauthors. "Putting the costs of environmental cleanup on those who cause harmstands at the center of domestic environmental laws ev...

New Report Sets Standard To Protect Natural Pest Control

...w strategies that EPA should use as a standard and adopt for this year's growing season. To be released on February 3, Now or Never: Serious New Plans to Save a Natural Pest Control evaluates the current EPA management plans and details whatis needed to delay the development of insect resistance in the mi...

High Testosterone Level May Lead Male Junco To Stray From Mate

...estosterone, are more likely to sing vigorouslyand adopt other behaviors that help them find and attract a mate. However, after finding a mate, normal males will show a dip in testosterone.They then show less interest in other females, and an earlier study in thisproject demonstrated that they are more li...

Crystal Structure Of The Archaeal Chaperonin Thermosome, A Protein-Folding Machine, Determined

...r, in the cellular environment proteins have to adopt their structure in a very short time after synthesis in the presence of a large number of other cellular components that could interfere with this process. Therefore a class of proteins, the chaperones, has evolved that rescues the foldin...

Paper Wasp Queens Wait To Hijack Or Adopt

... of their own, "sit and wait" for anopportunity to adopt orphaned nests or hijack nests from other queens. ... Starks. These sit-and-wait female wasps prefer to adopt the most mature nests, probablybecause these nests will produce workers the soonest, and colonies wi...

Study Finds Shorter Period Of Drug Therapy Is Effective In Treating Stomach Ulcers Caused By H. Pylori

....'s new guideline,will encourage more providers to adopt the 10-day treatment standard. "Thisprovides scientific evidence to back up providers' decisions to choose the10-day regimen. And we encourage patients to talk with their providers about ashorter treatment period." Dr. Fennerty is available for inte...

International Conference Addresses Drug-Resistant TB Epidemic Ravaging Russia

...ed with the disease and from decades of refusal to adopt the WHOstandard of TB therapy used successfully around the world to contain, treat andcure TB patients. Already, one in 10 of the 1.5 million prisoners in the penalsystem has active TB and at least 12 percent have MDR-TB. In some prisons suchas Colo...

Veterinary Researchers Identify Accomplice Of Calf-Killing Parasite

...tific team has recommendedproducers use fences and adopt cattle management strategies designed to keep petand stray dogs from defecating in dairy feedlots or pastures. The work waspublished in the August 14, 1998 issue of the International Journal ofParasitology. The parasite is passed through catt...

Bacteria That Gorge On Rotting Waste Can Break Down DDT

...ntaminatedsites, such as old chemical plants, will adopt their technique. The AstraZeneca researchers mixed tainted soil with large amounts of thewaste to make what was effectively a huge compost heap. The soil was tilled andaerated every few weeks, which provided both the nutrients and a cycle of...

Jefferson researchers find access to new methods of HIV prevention for pregnant women and newborns may depend on where they were receiving care

...mmunity practitioners, notoriously slow to change, adopt new practices totreat their often poor, pregnant, HIV-infected patients? What's more, whichpatients would benefit? While community physicians in New York State responded rapidly to thefindings, patients in certain health care settings benefit...

Study at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center investigates possible protective effects of plant compounds on the uterus

...igh as 20 in 100,000. Furthermore,when Asian women adopt a Western diet, their endometrial cancer rates increase." Claude Hughes, M.D., Ph.D., a specialist in obstetrics and gynecology, anddirector of the Center for Women's Health, has been involved in earlier studieson the impact of phytoe...

PCB exposure is bad news for the female sex drive

...he female offspring. "Female rats normally adopt a stereotypical posture when copulating,raising their back and hindquarters to help the male mate," says Chung. But ratsexposed to A1221 did not indulge in this sexual come-on nearly as often as ratsexposed to A1254 or those that had not been exposed...

Computers have had dramatic impact on chemistry

...nexposed enough to new technology to be willing to adopt it. If you are too earlywith an idea, it may not sell. The users have to be prepared to accept it. Ifyou tell people they have to change how they work, it had better be moreefficient." The future * A lot of people are using computer systems for min...

Human stem cell research leads Science's top ten list of the best scientific advances in 1999

...adult stem cells can shed their old identities and adopt new ones, for example producing blood cells instead of nerve cells-a finding just as surprising as learning that Yo Yo Ma won the Wimbledon Cup. Science also salutes nine other research advances that made 1999 a banner year for science. After the ...

Prions are modular

...entice other, healthy proteins of the same kind to adopt the misfolded prion form, a kind of protein misfolding chain reaction. Additionally, prions are both "infectious" and heritable--they are passed from generation to generation with no change in the nucleic acid sequence of the protein. The resea...

It's not such 'a wonderful life' living next door to a liquor store

...ir friends and the people around them drink. They adopt the norms of the neighborhood they live in." Hacker agrees. "This study sends a warning signal, and a message, to communities to take a good look beyond individual factors and start looking at community factors. Policies that guide zoning, conditio...

Lifestyle factors fuel high diabetes risk in African-American women

...nts, especially those with high blood pressure, to adopt a more healthy lifestyle and urge physicians to more aggressively lower high blood pressure before diabetes develops." As part of a long-term, ongoing study called Atherosclerosis Risk in Communities (ARIC), researchers analyzed nationwide data on 12...

Researchers develop tastier low-fat cheddar

...se vat," Warthesen said. "Cheese manufacturers can adopt this without fanfare or any major new investment. We've had positive feedback from the industry. Producers say this makes a good cheese."...

Saving the whales -- how scientists measure success

...d unlimited resources, it might not be possible to adopt any single action that would immediately increase the population growth rate of the northern right whale," they state. In analyzing a variety of whales which differ in their recovery status, the authors assert, "It may be that when large whale popul...

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