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  • ...2006) [http://dx.doi.org/10.1105/tpc.106.042267 A Brief History of Systems Biology]. ''Plant Cell'' 18:2420-2430].</ref></p> ...stems]] and their subsystems.<ref name=kitano2002a>Kitano H (2002) Systems biology: a brief overview. ''Science'' [http://www.sciencemag.org/cgi/content/full
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  • [[Virus (biology)|Virus]]es include: ...tudied genetics, with many known and mapped mutants and expressed sequence tags, and there are advanced methods for genetic transformation and selection o
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  • ...cience|date=6 May 2004|accessdate=29 September 2013}}</ref> The magazine's tag line is ''The Future Now''. ...ling]] and [[spam]]ming the magazine on topics ranging from [[Evolutionary biology|evolution]] to [[global warming]], skewing readers perception of science.
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  • Their activities have conferred upon pathogenic bacteria the disturbing advantage of acquiring resistance to a number of antibiotics, and then transmitting ...ns J, et al. 2000. Rice transposable elements: A survey of 73,000 sequence-tagged-connectors. Genome Research 10:982–990.</ref> <ref>Lisch D. 2002. Muta
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  • ...having a [[metabolism]]].</ref> <!--DNA is an enormously long and narrow biological [[molecule]] usually packaged in very compact structures called [[chrom ...d for signaling, regulation, metabolism and structural components. [[Cell (biology)|Cell]]s containing DNA in any one organism have the same DNA, but each di
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  • '''Orchids''' belong to one of the two largest [[family (biology)|families]] of [[flowering plant]]s, the [[Orchidaceae]]. This family com ...t-variant:small-caps;">Joseph Arditti</span> (1992) Fundamentals of Orchid Biology. Wiley & Sons. ISBN 9780471549062.</ref>
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  • '''Orchids''' belong to one of the two largest [[family (biology)|families]] of [[flowering plant]]s, the [[Orchidaceae]]. This family is ...t-variant:small-caps;">Joseph Arditti</span> (1992) Fundamentals of Orchid Biology. Wiley & Sons. ISBN 9780471549062.</ref>
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  • ...reventing pathogens from entering or damaging cells by binding to them; by tagging foreign substances to be recognized by the cell-mediated cell; and by t Many components of the immune system are actually [[cell (biology)|cell]]ular in nature and not associated with any specific organ but rathe
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