Jennifer M. Boyd

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Herbivory by domestic and wild ungulates can dramatically affect vegetation structure, composition and dynamics in nearly every terrestrial ecosystem of the world. These effects are of particular concern in forests of western North America, where intensive herbivory by native and domestic ungulates has the potential to substantially reduce or eliminate(More)
Simian virus 40 large T antigen exposed at the cell surface is oligomerized and phosphorylated in a mature fashion. NP40-soluble surface T antigen, prepared from infected cells, sediments mainly as a tetramer and has a nuclear phosphorylation pattern. Since these are modifications that occur over several hours, surface T appears to be a population of older(More)
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