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Tgfβ signaling is required for atrioventricular cushion mesenchyme remodeling during in vivo cardiac development
The transforming growth factorβ (Tgfβ) signaling pathway plays crucial roles in many biological processes. To understand the role(s) of Tgfβ signaling during cardiogenesis in vivo and to overcome theExpand
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Genetic relationships between water loss and shell deaths in ostrich eggs, assessed as traits of the female
The ostrich industry suffers from a high rate of embryonic mortality during artificial incubation of eggs. Data from 34285 eggs were used to derive 969 female-year records for evaporative water lossExpand
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The Ecology of Deep-Sea Hydrothermal Vents
biogeography and paleoenvironment of the Karoo is one of change’. This applies equally to the Karoo today and is a feature stressed in many of the chapters. Despite the amount of research conductedExpand
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Genetic parameters for ostrich incubation traits in South Africa
Data obtained from a pair-mated ostrich flock located at Oudtshoorn, South Africa, were used to estimate genetic parameters for egg weight (EWT), weight of day-old chicks (CWT), water loss to 21Expand
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Networked-based characterization of extracellular matrix proteins from adult mouse pulmonary and aortic valves.
A precise mixture of extracellular matrix (ECM) secreted by valvular cells forms a scaffold that lends the heart valve the exact mechanical and tensile strength needed for accurate hemodynamicExpand
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Distributed extensible virtual reality laboratory (DEVRL): a project for co-operation in multi-participant environments
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This paper describes an ongoing project in the UK to establish a framework for distributed virtual reality applications for physics teaching, collaborative information browsing, and geometric design. Expand
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Gas exchange of the ostrich embryo during peak metabolism in relation to incubator design
Oxygen (O2) consumption and carbon dioxide (CO2) excretion of ostrich embryos were studied on 45 ostrich eggs in various stages of development. A closed respirometry system was used for eggsExpand
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