The three most common suggested causes for the phenomenon are: microbiological processes, re-suspension of marine or bottom ... as a result of photosynthetic microbiological activity or sediment disturbance. The phenomenon gets its name from the white, ... A whiting event is a phenomenon that occurs when a suspended cloud of fine-grained calcium carbonate precipitates in water ... doi:10.1111/j.1752-1688.1987.tb00796.x. "Whiting events (calcium carbonate precipitate), a naturally occurring phenomena" (PDF ...
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... as a result of photosynthetic microbiological activity or sediment disturbance. The phenomenon gets its name from the white, ... A whiting event is a phenomenon that occurs when a suspended cloud of fine-grained calcium carbonate precipitates in water ...
... as well as microbiological and chemical testing. Food scientists may study more fundamental phenomena that are directly linked ...
Osmosis is a natural phenomenon in which water passes through a membrane from a lower to a higher concentration solution. The ... This process removes impurities, such as salts and heavy metals, and eliminates microbiological organisms. The end result is ...
In her study on myeloid infiltration, Lewis found that this phenomenon occurred in the adrenals but was not common to all ... with Margaret Lewis choosing to focus on microbiological problems, which involved close observations of chick embryo intestines ... these studies showed that infections and diseases were cellular phenomena in that infection was observed in an isolated system ...
Lynn Margulis advanced and substantiated the theory with microbiological evidence in a 1967 paper, On the origin of mitosing ... The mechanisms of gene transfer are not fully known; however, multiple hypotheses exist to explain this phenomenon. The ... "The theory of symbiogenesis is a theory of selection relying on the phenomenon of symbiosis." These theories did not gain ... and advanced and substantiated with microbiological evidence by Lynn Margulis in 1967. Among the many lines of evidence ...
Heteroresistance, the phenomenon wherein apparently genetically identical microbes exhibit a range of resistance to an ... a microbiological and molecular biological study". The Lancet. Infectious Diseases. 16 (2): 161-168. doi:10.1016/S1473-3099(15) ... McKenna M (2015-12-03). "Apocalypse Pig Redux: Last-Resort Resistance in Europe". Phenomena. Archived from the original on 28 ... In some cases this phenomenon has significant clinical consequences. Brucella Burkholderia cepacia Chryseobacterium indologenes ...
Observation of environmental phenomena (IMEDIAS) A demonstration of physical phenomena in space. (VIDEO) Amateur Radio on ISS ( ... ESA Microbiological Experiment on Space Station About Gene Expression (MESSAGE) - ESA Microbiological Experiment on Space ... ESA Observation of environmental phenomena (IMEDIAS) - ESA A demonstration of physical phenomena in space. (VIDEO) - ESA ... Microbiological Experiment on Space Station About Gene Expression (MESSAGE) Natural killer cell activity in microgravity - NKA ...
... microscopical and microbiological. See Category:Laboratory techniques for a list of biological experimental techniques. ... in the field of biology concerned with the conduction of experiments to investigate and understand biological phenomena. The ...
Physics of Wave Phenomena 15 (2): 116-125. Kleber C, Wiesinger R, Schnoller J, Hilfrich U, Hutter H, Schreiner M (2008). ... Federation of European Microbiological Societies, 32: 149-167. Su-juan Y, Yong-guang Y, Jing-fu L (2013). Silver nanoparticles ...
The field also includes studies of intragenomic phenomena such as heterosis, epistasis, pleiotropy and other interactions ... as well as microbiological, physical (texture and rheology) and chemical testing. Genomics - applies recombinant DNA, DNA ... the study of quantum phenomena in organisms Structural biology - a branch of molecular biology, biochemistry, and biophysics ... the use of abstractions and mathematical models to study biological phenomena Toxicology - the nature, effects, and detection ...
... hydrologists can estimate future hydrologic phenomena. When making assessments of how often relatively rare events will occur, ... and laboratory-based analyses and may include microbiological analysis. Budget analyses Parameter estimation Scaling in time ...
Initially, fermentation processes, as well as mixing phenomena and aeration with an emphasis on agricultural or food science ... This journal was formerly known as Journal of Biochemical and Microbiological Technology and Engineering (J. Biochem. Microbiol ...
On Earth, this phenomenon has been detected through analysis of planetshine on the Moon, which can show a reflection spectrum ... In particular, the nutrient supply to root as well as the nutrient biogeochemical cycles, and the microbiological interactions ...
2013). Self-Healing Phenomena in Cement-Based Materials. RILEM State-of-the-Art Reports. Vol. 11. doi:10.1007/978-94-007-6624-2 ... The capsule-based self-healing, the vascular self-healing, and the microbiological self-healing are the most common types of ... Self-healing is an old and well-known phenomenon for concrete, given that it contains innate autogenous healing characteristics ... Crystals by Soil Bacteria is a General Phenomenon". Nature. 246 (5434): 527-529. Bibcode:1973Natur.246..527B. doi:10.1038/ ...
He also published microbiological and immunological studies on bacteria that produce chorionic gonadotropin-like hormone and ... Green MT, Heidger PM, Domingue G (October 1, 1974). "Demonstration of the Phenomena of Microbial Persistence and Reversion with ... any patient with a history of recurrent infection and persistent disability is sending the signal that the phenomenon ( ... the late Hannah Woody published an invited extensive review article on chronic bacterial infection in Clinical Microbiological ...
Recent microbiological investigations indeed show a high abundance of Geobacter at the ring edge. Forest rings have also been ... The term "forest ring" was coined by The Ontario Geological Survey to differentiate the phenomenon from fairy rings. Geobacter ...
Oxidations from microbiological source influence the physicochemical properties of the emulsion, resulting in color and odor ... Physical stability is determined by the mitigation ability to these physical instability phenomena. Thickeners increase cream ...
The book is a dramatization of microbiological research written by American microbiologist Paul de Kruif. Because of poor ... and the implications of this phenomenon on our ability to combat infections in the future. Falkow was born into a Yiddish- ...
... enzymatic or microbiological processes from material of vegetable, animal or microbiological origin either in the raw state or ... Food manufacturers exploit this phenomenon; for example, different colors of the US products Froot Loops cereal and most brands ... Natural flavorings are obtained from plant or animal raw materials, by physical, microbiological, or enzymatic processes. They ... or microbiological processes, from material of vegetable or animal origin which material is either raw or has been subjected to ...
Herskowitz I (December 1988). "Life cycle of the budding yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae". Microbiological Reviews. 52 (4): 536- ... A new phenomenon revealed from a genetic study of 43 strains ofSaccharomyces cerevisiae derived from natural fermentation of ...
Nonlinear Phenomena. 34 (1): 193-207. Bibcode:1989PhyD...34..193T. doi:10.1016/0167-2789(89)90234-0. ISSN 0167-2789. Roos, W.; ... Microbiological Reviews. 51 (4): 396-418. doi:10.1128/mr.51.4.396-418.1987. PMC 373123. PMID 2893972. Saigusa, Tetsu; Tero, ...
Cell senescence - The phenomenon where normal diploid differentiated cells lose the ability to divide after about 50 cell ... Cell incubator - The device used to grow and maintain microbiological cultures or cell cultures. The incubator maintains ... and understanding of natural phenomena based on observational and empirical evidence. Validity, accuracy, and social mechanisms ...
Microbiological Reviews, 58, 94-144. Kinsman, R., Walsby, A.E. & Hayes, P.K. 1995. GvpCs with reduced numbers of repeating ... Walsby, AE, Schanz, F & Schmidt, M. (2006) The Burgundy-blood phenomenon: a model of buoyancy change explains autumnal ... Journal of Microbiological Methods 26, 11-20. Walsby, A.E. 1997. Numerical integration of phytoplankton through depth and time ...
Using fratricide to fight bacteria: In 2000, Ben-Jacob's group discovered a fascinating phenomenon of competition between two ... Combining microbiological experiments with physical principles of self-organization and advanced modeling,[35][36][37] Ben- ... proposed to explain a wide variety of phenomena ranging from collective navigation (swarming intelligence) of bacteria,[51] ... sibling bacteria colonies of the P. dendritiformis when inoculated side by side.1 Recent studies of the phenomenon revealed ...
Alternatively, it may proceed as a result of self-fertilization (autogamy), or it may follow conjugation, a sexual phenomenon ... ISBN 978-3-319-28147-6. Prescott, D M (June 1994). "The DNA of ciliated protozoa". Microbiological Reviews. 58 (2): 233-267. ... Overview Ciliate conjugation is a sexual phenomenon that results in genetic recombination and nuclear reorganization within the ... Raikov, I.B (1972). "Nuclear phenomena during conjugation and autogamy in ciliates". Research in Protozoology. 4: 149. Finley, ...
ISBN 0-471-85643-6. James, B.R.; Bartlett, R.J. (2000). "Redox phenomena". In Sumner, M.E. (ed.). Handbook of Soil Science. ... Chemical and Microbiological Properties. no. 9. Madison, Wisconsin: American Society of Agronomy. pp. 978-998. ISBN ... James, Bruce R.; Brose, Dominic A. (2012). "Oxidation-reduction phenomena". In Huang, Pan M.; Li, Yuncong; Sumner, Malcolm E. ( ...
... for establishing causal relationships between statistically correlated phenomena. This publication laid the groundwork for ... Nitrogen Metabolism International Union of Microbiological Societies International Union of Physiological Sciences Medical ...
The French biologist Louis Pasteur (1822-1895), regarded[by whom?] as the "Father of microbiological sciences and immunology", ... and we cannot be content to use pure concepts in investigating natural phenomena", and that the understanding of these cannot ... and we cannot be content to use pure concepts in investigating natural phenomena. Understanding of these cannot be acquired ... thus accounting for the puzzling phenomenon of animal heat. Lavoisier concluded, "La respiration est donc une combustion," That ...