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Catching Fire. How Cooking Made Us Human
- P. Williams
- 1 June 2010
Nutritional composition of red meat
- P. Williams
- 1 September 2007
Lean red meats are: • An excellent source of high biological value protein, vitamin B12, niacin, vitamin B6, iron, zinc and phosphorus • A source of long-chain omega-3 polyunsaturated fats,…
Complete sequence of the IncP-9 TOL plasmid pWW0 from Pseudomonas putida.
- A. Greated, L. Lambertsen, P. Williams, Christopher M Thomas
- BiologyEnvironmental microbiology
- 1 December 2002
The pWW0 replicon and stable inheritance region was very similar to the mini-replicon from IncP-9 antibiotic resistance plasmid pM3, with their Rep proteins forming a novel group of initiation proteins.
Two modes of loss of the tol function from Pseudomonas putida mt-2
- S. A. Bayley, C. J. Duggleby, M. J. Worsey, P. Williams, K. G. Hardy, P. Broda
- BiologyMolecular and General Genetics MGG
- 20 July 1977
SummarySome of a set of independently arising Tol- (non toluate-utilising) derivatives of Pseudomonas putida mt-2 have lost the unique plasmid present in the parent strain. In others this plasmid has…
Review of the physico-chemical characteristics and properties of konjac mannan
Oxide zone geochemistry
- P. Williams
Part 1 General reactions and processes: redox reactions in oxidising sulfides reactions of sulfur species and simple sulfides lower valence sulfur oxyanions in oxide zones redox behaviour of other…
Multiple steps and critical behaviors of the binding of calcium to alginate.
- Yapeng Fang, S. Al-Assaf, Liangbin Li
- Biology, ChemistryThe journal of physical chemistry. B
- 17 February 2007
The results reveal three distinct and successive steps in the binding of calcium to alginate with increased concentration of Ca ions, which closely correlate with the Ca/guluronate stoichiometry expected for egg-box dimers and multimers with 2/1 helical chains.
Antimony in the environment: knowns and unknowns
Environmental context. Antimony first attracted public attention in the mid-1990s amid claims that it was involved in Sudden Infant Death Syndrome. A substantial number of papers have now been…
Ecology: Darwin's naturalization hypothesis challenged
This analysis of a complete list of seed-plant species that have been introduced to New Zealand finds that those with congeneric relatives are significantly more, not less, likely to naturalize — perhaps because they share with their native relatives traits that pre-adapt them to their new environment.
Learning from failures: testing broad taxonomic hypotheses about plant naturalization.
- J. Diez, P. Williams, R. Randall, J. Sullivan, P. Hulme, R. Duncan
- Environmental ScienceEcology letters
- 1 November 2009
It is shown that some taxa are consistently more successful at naturalizing in these two countries, despite their environmental differences, and that islands need not be inherently more invisible than continents.