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As a multi-billion dollar industry, scallop fisheries world-wide rely on maintaining healthy off-shore populations. Recent developments in the collection of optical images from extended areas of the ocean floor has opened the possibility of assessing scallop populations from imagery. The shear volume of data - upwards of 20,000 images per hour - implies(More)
Development in dioecious cultivated spinach, Spinacia oleracea, is distinguished by the absence of alternative reproductive organ primordia in male and female flowers. Given the highly derived floral developmental program in spinach, we wished to characterize a spinach C class floral identity gene and to determine the patterns of sequence evolution as well(More)
Alzheimer's disease (AD) is the most common cause of dementia in old age and presently affects an estimated 4 million people in the U.S.A. and 0.75 million people in the U.K. It is a relentless, degenerative brain disease, characterized by progressive cognitive impairment. In the final stages of the disease, patients are often bedridden, doubly incontinent(More)
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