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An hour of bright white light in the early morning improves performance and advances sleep and circadian phase during the Antarctic winter
Previous work has demonstrated that exposure to an hour of bright light in the morning and the evening during the Polar winter has beneficial effects on circadian phase. This study investigated theExpand
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Nutriquest: A Fun Way to Reinforce Nutrition Knowledge
Gaming is an educational strategy that facilitates and reinforces student learning in a stimulating and dynamic format. The authors describe the creation and use of a nutrition review board game. TheExpand
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Natural variation in Arabidopsis seedling photomorphogenesis reveals a likely role for TED1 in phytochrome signalling
Natural genetic variation present among accessions of Arabidopsis thaliana (L.) Heynh. (commonly referred to as ‘ecotypes’) is a valuable, yet under-exploited genetic resource for the study of plantExpand
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Letter to the Editor, regarding Bovine herpesvirus 1 abortion and vaccination
We read with interest the article by Gould and her colleagues on the prevalence of BoHV-1 abortions in the United States, as detected by 5 diagnostic laboratories over the past 11 years (2000–2011).Expand
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Drosera brevifolia (Native) 3
Drosera brevifolia, flower (close up). Family Droseraceae, Subclass Dilleniidae. Origin: Native.
Solanum elaeagnifolium (Native) 3
Solanum elaeagnifolium, poricidal anthers. Family Solanaceae, Subclass Asteridae. Origin: Native.
Monarda punctata (Native) 6
Monarda punctata, flower (close up showing upper lip and stamens). Family Lamiaceae, Subclass Asteridae. Origin: Native.
Effects of Telllperature
Mycoplasma bovis, along with other species, is responsible for a number of disease syndromes in cattle which impact both the dairy and beef industries. An outbreak of mycoplasma mastitis inExpand