American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- An island in the East River off the coast of central Manhattan Island. It was long the site of a penal institution and municipal hospital, which earned it the name Welfare Island after 1921. Renamed for Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1973, it is now largely residential.
- An island of Antarctica in the eastern part of the Ross Ice Shelf. Robert E. Byrd discovered the island in 1934.
“In this essay, I review a 2007 study by Debrah Thompson and Roy Parker “Cytoplasmic decay of intergenic transcripts in Saccharomyces cerevisiae”, Mol.”
“Cytoplasmic organelles (such as mitochondria and endoplasmic reticulum) swell while others (especially ribosomes) disappear.”
“The Texas cytoplasm of maize: Cytoplasmic male sterility and disease susceptibility.”
“Cytoplasmic assembly of cilia is a derived feature that has independently evolved in Drosophila sperm.”
“Cytoplasmic mediators then appear to transmit regulatory signals from the plasma membrane to the nucleus, where they perhaps control”
“Cytoplasmic incompatibility: Wolbachia can't be transmitted via sperm, so an infected male would appear to have no way of helping its reproduction.”
“Kiehart DP, Feghali R (1986) Cytoplasmic myosin from Drosophila melanogaster.”
“Cytoplasmic male sterility (CMS) is a phenomenon caused by incompatibility between the nucleus and mitochondria that has been discovered in various plant species.”
“Johnston JA, Illing ME, Kopito RR (2002) Cytoplasmic dynein/dynactin mediates the assembly of aggresomes.”
“Morales CR, Kwon YK, Hecht NB (1991) Cytoplasmic localization during storage and translation of the mRNAs of transition protein 1 and protamine 1, two translationally regulated transcripts of the mammalian testis.”
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