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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 ...):1-24. </ref><ref>Bowen NJ Jordan IK (2002) Transposable elements and the evolution of eukaryotic complexity Curr Issues Mol Biol. 2002 Jul;4(3):65-76. </re
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  • HTML5 documents are built from elements which consists of tags and attributes and have a defined meaning. These elements form a tree usin ===Markup and evolution from HTML4===
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  • ...assive number of randomly picked expressed sequence tags ([[EST]]'s). Each tag represented a cDNA clone and the whole collection represented a catalog of ...(which has major implications for understanding mechanisms of [[molecular evolution]]).
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  • ...early in the evolutionary history of orchids, possibly during their first evolutionary steps, and have retained many of their qualities, while others diverg ...ion called [[phylogeny|molecular phylogeny]], which in theory reflects the evolutionary relations between species, groups of species, genera, and so forth. H
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  • ...early in the evolutionary history of orchids, possibly during their first evolutionary steps, and have retained many of their qualities, while others diverg ...ion called [[phylogeny|molecular phylogeny]], which in theory reflects the evolutionary relations between species, groups of species, genera, and so forth. H
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  • ...tano2002a/>&nbsp;<ref name=reid07>Reid RGB (2007) ''Biological Emergences: Evolution by Natural Experiment.'' A Bradford Book, Cambridge ISBN 10: 0-262-18257 ...gress in biology.<ref name=wester2004>Westerhoff HV, Palsson BO (2004) The evolution of molecular biology into systems biology. ''Nature Biotechnol'' [http:/
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  • ...tudied genetics, with many known and mapped mutants and expressed sequence tags, and there are advanced methods for genetic transformation and selection o ...equence will be released by the Joint Genome Institute in early 2008. ''([[Evolutionary biology]], [[Molecular biology]])''
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  • ...endering for government research contracts. More recently, the ‘digital revolution’ and the newer Web-based technologies have transformed the handling of ...nd personal goals of the target audience. The theoretical aspects of this stage in the cycle deserve an article of their own and will not be dealt with he
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  • ...ef> proposed a taxonomy for HBRs based on form in their description of the evolution of the document as it was used in national immunization programmes that ...ion of the project. While online reports suggest improvements in the percentage of children in the intervention areas who are fully vaccinated from 55% to
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  • ...cience|date=6 May 2004|accessdate=29 September 2013}}</ref> The magazine's tag line is ''The Future Now''. ...sus on a wide variety of scientifically validated topics. Everything, from evolution to the origins of climate change, is mistakenly up for grabs again. Scie
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  • ...sidered a balanced exchange.<ref name=Norton2003> {{citation | title = The Evolution of the U.S. Internet Peering Ecosystem ...y. It is not coincidental that BGP can identify groups of addresses with a tag called a BGP community.
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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 ==Evolutionary immunology==
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  • ...purpose of life? Please tell us. Do you have some deep truth about God, evolution, ethics, art, or some other very important topic? Try to convince us. ...dium'' workgroup. Example: [[:Category:WYM Philosophy]]. You may ''not'' tag messages with regular workgroup categories.
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  • shortened deadline to 1 week from first tagging. [[User:David Tribe|David Tribe]] 22:11, 5 April 2007 (CDT) :David, I did a few fixes today, re silicon and evolution of cells (latter in Appendix), and some minor text tweaks. With those, I
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  • ...cial mention because of its association with this period in BMW motorcycle evolution. It was a variety of leading link fork where the pivot point was aft of Two American membership organizations, Vintage BMW Motorcycle Owners and the Veteran BMW Motorcycle Club of America are
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  • ==='''Category Two: Currency, stamps, vehicle license tags, and closely similar'''=== ...h-Desk 2005<sup><small>TM</small></sup>''' is said to be an example of the evolution of desktop productivity, combining internet browsing, with Microsoft Wor
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  • ...rried, Meg becomes “dependent” on him and “isolated in her little cottage with two small children.”<ref name=autogenerated7>Elbert, Sarah. ''A Hun ...tionship with Jo is sometimes strained. When Laurie and Jo go skating, Amy tags along after them, but she arrives at the lake too late to hear Laurie's wa
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