Appendix S3. Sources of variation not presented in the main text. There was no significant difference between responses of pollinator families and subfamilies to live predators (visitation rate: Qb = 11.2, P = 0.167; time spent on flowers:Qb = 24.2, P.
Biology Final Study Guide, Semester 2 2013. Know the stages of the cell cycle and what happens at each stage. Know that the rates of cell division in eukaryotes vary greatly within an organism from each type of cell. What limits the maximum size of a cell?
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Table S1 primer sequences of porcine STAT4 and STAT6 genes used in this study. Table S2 The exon/intron organizations of porcine STAT4 gene. Note: only can be sure from the exon containing start cordon to the last exon containing stop cordon.
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Additional file 4. Pathways and associated genes which are potential TB dormancy phase targets. *Multiple genes in the same pathway are included for score comparisons. In brackets are the closest human ortholog, BLASTP 123 expect (E) value, and relevant.