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  • noun Plural form of microorganism.


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  • These miniature, enclosed aquariums, which contain microorganisms in filtered sea water, employ space age technology initiated by NASA research into self-sustaining communities.

    Jessica Mischner | Inhabitat

  • I used it to look at everything I could find: microorganisms from the nearby pond, leaves and blades of grass.

    Roderick MacKinnon - Autobiography

  • Airborne exposures to pathogenic microorganisms is considered to be a nearly inconsequential risk, except for direct exposures to liquid aerosols (mists) such as somebody sneezing directly into your face.

    Different Frame of Reference

  • It was known that antibodies that are produced by B-lymphocytes are able to recognize and eliminate certain microorganisms, particularly bacteria.

    Physiology or Medicine 1996 - Press Release

  • In recent years it has become apparent that cyclic AMP also serves as an important regulatory signal in microorganisms, and that its action thus is not limited to the function of hormones.

    The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1971 - Presentation Speech

  • This type of element has now been found in microorganisms, insects, animals and man, and has been demonstrated to have important functions.

    Physiology or Medicine 1983 - Press Release

  • The viruses actually use this adhesion to their advantage, to gain access to the cell, but adhesion molecules can bind immunologicaly important microorganisms, which is an important proof of concept.

    Stuck on you, biological Velcro and the evolution of adaptive immunity - The Panda's Thumb

  • You want increased complexity in microorganisms, which is what creationists were screaming for so long didn't exist (still do, actually)?

    fort sumter, brooklyn

  • However, man depends on many biological processes directed by genes, which do not take place in microorganisms.

    The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1978 - Presentation Speech

  • "The great thing about environmental genomics is that it has made it possible to form a much more complete picture of microscopic life everywhere on Earth, instead of being limited to the very small proportion of bugs" - microorganisms, that is - "that can be cultured in the lab," says Dylan Chivian of Berkeley Lab's Physical Biosciences Division

    SpaceRef Top Stories


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