Johannes C. Schneider

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FOREWORD The Great Lakes Fishery Commission is participating in a series of symposia whose subject matter bears on Great Lakes fisheries: Salmonid June 1972), it was clear that much detailed information that had been developed by the authors and refined by events at the symposium, and which would be of very considerable value to fishery workers in the Great(More)
Mitochondrial biogenesis requires the coordinate induction of hundreds of genes that reside in the nucleus. We describe here a study of the regulation of the nuclear-encoded cytochrome c1 of the b-c1 complex. Unlike cytochrome c, which is encoded by two genes, CYC1 and CYC7, c1 is encoded by a single gene, CYT1. The regulatory region of the CYT1 promoter(More)
The expression of the calcium-dependent adhesion molecule N-cadherin during chick embryo central nervous system (CNS) development was examined by immunohistochemistry and electrophoresis and immunoblotting. During histogenesis, N-cadherin is expressed at high levels in a uniform fashion in many regions of the CNS. However, during later stages of(More)
FOREWORD The Great Lakes Fishery Commission is participating in a series of symposia whose subject matter bears on Great Lakes fisheries: Salmonid June 1972), it was clear that much detailed information that had been developed by the authors and refined by events at the symposium, and which would be of very considerable value to fishery workers in the Great(More)
  • Peter J Colby, Cheryl A Lewis, Randy L Eshenroder, Carl Raker, Robert Haas, Joseph Koonce +25 others
  • 2000
For a number of years, Henry H. Regier had urged the Board to initiate such a study to document recent changes in walleye populations that were particularly evident inwestern Lake Erie. A broad examination of walleye population changes in the Great Lakes was last undertaken at the Percid International Symposium held in 1976, and an update was very(More)