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  • publication . Article . 1882
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    Authors:
    L. Luiggi;
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    Publisher: Springer Nature

    AMONG the “Notes” in NATURE, vol. xxv. p. 395, I read Prof. Naudin's opinion on the apparent lowering of the level of the Mediterranean along the whole Riviera during the months of January and February; but I think there is a far more simple explanation of the phenomeno...

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  • publication . Article . 1907
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    Authors:
    H. F. Hunt;
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    IN NATURE of May 1, 1902 (vol. lxvi., p. 5), a remarkable lunar halo was described as having been witnessed from the Yerkes Observatory on January 19, 1902. It consisted of an ordinary lunar halo, of 45° or 50° in diameter, and of a second ring approximately the same in...

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  • publication . Article . 1989
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    Authors:
    Alexander E. Gorbalenya; Eugene V. Koonin;
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    Publisher: Nature Publishing Group UK
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  • publication . Article . 1874
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    Authors:
    Edward B. Tylor;
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    Publisher: Springer Nature

    IT is to be hoped that this work will have a good effect on the Science of Man, as a much-needed example which, once seen, will no doubt be followed. So far as the writer of the present notice is aware, the attempt at a systematic monograph of a race has never yet been ...

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  • publication . Article . Other literature type . 2006
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    Authors:
    Neil H. Shubin; Edward B. Daeschler; Farish A. Jenkins;
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    The relationship of limbed vertebrates (tetrapods) to lobe-finned fish (sarcopterygians) is well established, but the origin of major tetrapod features has remained obscure for lack of fossils that document the sequence of evolutionary changes. Here we report the discov...

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  • publication . Article . 2013
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    Authors:
    Agnes Ullmann;
    Publisher: Elsevier BV

    I knew Francois Jacob only slightly and yet, ever since graduate school, he has been my constant companion. Hardly a week has gone by without my asking him what he would think of this or that result, this or that sentence in a paper, and so on. What he would have though...

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  • publication . Article . 1919
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    Authors:
    F. Knowles;
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    Publisher: Springer Nature

    WHEN on active service in France in 1918 I had, partly as a hobby and partly for food supplies, a garden on the site of an old brickyard. The land had been waste land for certainly three years, and I believe more. It received a light dressing of dung in February and was...

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  • publication . Article . Other literature type . 2011
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    Authors:
    Stephen K. Gray; Garcia; Matthew J. Neale; S E Phelps;
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    Repair of DNA double-strand breaks (DSBs) by homologous recombination requires resection of 5-termini to generate 3-single-strand DNA tails1. Key components of this reaction are exonuclease 1 and the bifunctional endo/exonuclease, Mre11 (refs 24). Mre11 endonuclease act...

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  • publication . Article . 1921
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    Authors:
    W. B. Brierley;
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    Publisher: Springer Nature

    THIS volume by Prof. Rudolf Lieske, of the Botanical Institute at Heidelberg, on the morphology and biology of the Actinomycetes, forms a valuable addition to the literature of this subject. In a general introductory chapter there are an account of the occurrence of Act...

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  • publication . Article . 1900
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    Authors:
    Chas. T. Whitmell;
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    IN NATURE (vol. lxii. p. 64 and p. 86) will be found an estimate of the maximum duration of totality for a solar eclipse under the most favourable conditions, the result being 7m. 40s. for a place in north latitude 4° 52′. For Greenwich I estimate the maximum duration a...

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