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Taxonomy of the Freshwater Bryozoans from Korea
Four species of freshwater bryozoans are repoted from nine multipurpose Dams and three other reservoirs in Korea from November 1995 to September 1998. Among them, Pectinatella magnifica was recordedExpand
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A Faunistic Study on Cheilostomatous Bryozoans from the Shoreline of South Korea, with Two New Species
Seventy-one species of the order cheilostomatous bryozoans are reported from coasts of southern Korea. Among them, Callpora inaviculata and Integripelta meta are described as new species and theExpand
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DNA Barcode Examination of Bryozoa (Class: Gymnolaemata) in Korean Seawater
DNA barcoding of Bryozoa or “moss animals” has hardly advanced and lacks reference sequences for correct species identification. To date only a small number of cytochrome c oxidase subunit I (COI)Expand
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BMP2 accelerates the motility and invasiveness of gastric cancer cells via activation of the phosphatidylinositol 3-kinase (PI3K)/Akt pathway.
Up-regulation of bone morphogenetic proteins (BMPs) and their receptors by tumor is an important hallmark in cancer progression, as it contributes through autocrine and paracrine mechanisms to tumorExpand
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Study on the Bio-chemical Safety of Ganjang Gejang Distributed in Korea
To evaluate biochemical safety of gejang distributed in Korea, 33 samples were collected and analyzed for indicator microorganisms, pathogen, parasite, pH, volatile basic nitrogen(VBN), salinity,Expand
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Taxonomic Review of Korean Watersipora
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Korea Barcode of Life Database System (KBOL)
A major concern regarding the collection and storage of biodiversity information is the inefficiency of conventional taxonomic approaches in dealing with a large number of species. This inefficiencyExpand
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Intertidal Bryozoa from Korea-new additions to the fauna and a new genus of Bitectiporidae (Cheilostomata) from Baengnyeong Island, Yellow Sea.
Eight species are added to the intertidal bryozoan fauna of South Korea, all collected from the extreme northwestern part of the country at Baengnyeong Island. Five of the species (HippothoaExpand
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