Kim Carter

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In birds, the number of sperm trapped between the perivitelline membranes around the ovum is an estimate of sperm numbers present at the time and place of fertilisation in the female reproductive tract. Sperm numbers may vary among species and between eggs in a clutch and can provide information about sperm utilisation and mechanisms of sperm competition.(More)
The rapid explosion in the amount of biological data being generated worldwide is surpassing efforts to manage analysis of the data. As part of an ongoing project to automate and manage bioinformatics analysis, the authors have designed and implemented a simple automated annotation system, which is described in this paper. The system is applied to existing(More)
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