Tag: "would" at biology news
Viruses found in untreated city water
...he water in communities that use these aquifers we would
probably find the same level of viruses." ...ased on Mississippi River water infiltration, this would
help water managers tailor disinfection treatments and pumping schedules specific to each well and p...
Researchers find chemosignal that encourages women's sexual desire
...ing women and their infants. Ideally, such a study would
also demonstrate how these effects would
have increased the evolutionary fitness of individuals who used this system of social communication ...
Old bones unearth new date for giant deer's last stand
...ia, from Ireland to east of Lake Baikal. The males would
have had to feed extensively to sustain the annual...ge antlers. Indeed, it is thought that the antlers would
have prevented males from entering even moderately dense woods, at least for part of the year, and o...
ASPB opposes ban of GE crops in Butte County Ballot Measure D
...ure D on the November ballot. Passage of Measure D would
ban the growing of genetically engineered crops in...rd of Supervisors today that "Passage of Measure D would
mark a historic step backwards for science and agriculture for Butte County and the state." The lett...
Is more better: Counting birds may only tell part of the story
...a large number of birds in an area meant the birds would
successfully reproduce and survive. Their study was inspired by an article written by Beatrice Van Horn in 1983, where she initially suggested that density could be a misleading indicator of habitat quality if it was disconnected from reproductive ...
Yale scientists find cooperative RNA switches in nature
...un the complex metabolism of life. It is like what would
have been needed in an "RNA World" - or a period i...d theory were true, then RNA molecules most likely would
make great molecular switches. After creating RNA switches in the lab, including using a process tha...
Society for Psychophysiology Research
...ing further information on these topics, or if you would
like to interview the scientists who will be prese...ho likes to stay up to watch "Action News" and who would
rather go to bed? Research has shown that high sensation-seekers prefer to watch movies and action ...
Experts present new research on hot topics in aging at GSA's annual meeting in Washington, DC
...workforce and wages to actual benefit amounts. How would
changing the rates and the dollar amounts (bend po...ct various groups of beneficiaries, and ultimately would
and/or how would
such changes affect the adequacy and equity goals of Social Security? November 20...
Report: How 10 top new technologies will help world reach globally-agreed goals by 2015
... genomics research and learning worldwide. The GGI would
give developing countries access to knowledge esse...ping the benefits of genomics for development. It would
promote actions needed at a global level, strengthen capacity in biotechnology worldwide by increasi...
Drought in the West linked to warmer temperatures
...er droughts we see from the tree-ring record. What would
really put a stress on society is decade-long drought." "If warming over the tropical Pacific Ocean promotes drought over the western U.S., this is a potential problem for the future in a world that is increasingly subjected to greenhouse warming," ...
World's top theoretical physicists converge to consider 'future of physics'
...he greatest possible view such that the out-looker would
feel that he were outside. Graves told Gross that if he wanted to feel that he was outside, he should go outside. Buildings should frame the views, Graves told Gross. "I can see now that Michael was right," said Gross. "Now it's like looking out ...
Emory chemists develop bacteria that may help decaffeinate coffee
... in making bacteria synthesize molecules that they would
otherwise not make on their own, resulting in mole... do know is that it works very slowly. Ideally, we would
like to speed it up a bit so that we could create coffee plants that are low in caffeine. That's whe...
Study describes basic mechanism in cell growth control involving damaged DNA
... it, he added. "If the cell is growing happily, it would
not want p53 around. So it places ubiquitin on it, slating it for degradation, for recycling when it's needed." In their current report, Xiong and UNC co-authors Jian Hu, Chad McCall and Dr. Tomohiko Ota focused on the ubiquitination pathway involvin...
Story tips from the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory, October 2004
...he project. With the ORNL system, security experts would
have access to a dynamic data archive plus methods...r microscale structures such as electronic systems would
make possible communication between manmade devices and solution-based reaction systems," Doktycz sa...
VitalSense(R) - Wireless vital signs monitoring
...ical changes in those parameters earlier than they would
with normal, manual monitoring. In addition, Mini Mitter is exploring telemedicine options for the VitalSense system....
New method identifies chromosome changes in malignant cells
...w are some general rules of grammar and syntax. It would
take you years to do by hand, and it's even very hard with a computer." Troyanskaya and Myers started with data from genomics tools that identify thousands of genes at once and show how actively they are being used. They used advanced statistical tec...
UF scientists have bionanotechnology recipe to find elusive bacteria
...ist agent by traditional means could take days and would
involve sealing off the entire area during that ti...etecting bacteria, and the obvious point of impact would
be in the food safety industry," Mirkin said. "It looks quite good for pathogen detection in foods, ...
Acoustics meeting in San Diego
...nd "emotional speech synthesis," in which machines would
respectively recognize human emotion and to generate emotions in synthetic speech. To these ends, Serdar Yildirim ( firstname.lastname@example.org ) and colleagues at the University of Southern California obtained acoustic characteristics of four different emoti...
New study on smallpox in monkeys reveals tactics of a killer
...he way to new diagnostics, vaccines and drugs that would
be needed in the event of a smallpox bioterror incident. The study, led by David Relman, M.D., of Stanford University, is now online in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS). The research was funded by the National Institute of A...
Rutgers-led research offers new clues in the genetic mysteries of maize
... practice in genetic engineering, suggests that it would
create an unnatural instability in the genome," said Messing. "With all the maize genes moving around by themselves in nature, perhaps conveying some selective advantage in doing so, this argument is unfounded." Through sophisticated computational an...
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