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Localization of rDNA at nucleolar structural components by immunoelectron microscopy.
Fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) shows that DNA encoding ribosomal RNA cistron (rDNA) is localized to small speckles scattered in the nucleolus and the nucleolus-associated chromatin (NAC).Expand
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Identification of the Components Responsible for the Gelation of Egg Yolk during Freezing
The aggregates in gelled yolk were isolated by gel filtration with a Sepharose 4B column, after suspension in 1 m NaCl, and then they were identified by chemical analysis and sodium dodecyl sulfateExpand
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Field Efficacy and Transmission of Fast- and Slow-Killing Nucleopolyhedroviruses that Are Infectious to Adoxophyes honmai (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae)
The smaller tea tortrix, Adoxophyes honmai (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae), is an economically important pest of tea in Japan. Previous work showed that a fast-killing nucleopolyhedrovirus (NPV) isolatedExpand
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Five Years after Fukushima: Scientific Advice in Japan
In the last 5 years, scientific advice has emerged as a new policy theme in Japan. In 2010, virtually no one in Japan’s science policy circle spoke of scientific advice. By 2015, Japan wasExpand
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Changes in population density of Aleurocanthus camelliae (Hemiptera: Aleyrodidae) and parasitism rate of Encarsia smithi (Hymenoptera: Aphelinidae) during the early invasion stages
Invasive pest insects are often controlled by non-native natural enemies introduced from the original home range of the target pests. The non-native parasitoid wasp Encarsia smithi (Silvestri), whichExpand
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Christopher P. Hood. Shinkansen: From Bullet Train to Symbol of Modern Japan
In 1964, two events epitomized Japan’s spectacular recovery and growth after World War II. One was the Tokyo Olympics, starting on October 10 of that year. The other was the opening of the TōkaidōExpand
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