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  • Nolan Jr., Val (1957)
    Field notes (through May 21, 1957) from Val Nolan Jr's study of the ecology and behavior of the prairie warbler, Dendroica discolor in Bloomington, Indiana. This study began in 1952, and systematic field work continued ...
  • Gest, Howard (2010-04-21)
    Recent research has shown that the first observation and published depiction of a microorganism (Mucor) was made by Robert Hooke (1665), whose microscope expertise facilitated the later discovery of bacteria by Antoni v. ...
  • Nolan Jr., Val (1952)
    Field notes (April 18 through June 15, 1952) from Val Nolan Jr's study of the ecology and behavior of the prairie warbler, Dendroica discolor in Bloomington, Indiana. This study began in 1952, and systematic field work ...
  • Nolan Jr., Val (1956)
    Field notes (May 28 through June 30, 1956) from Val Nolan Jr's study of the ecology and behavior of the prairie warbler, Dendroica discolor in Bloomington, Indiana. This study began in 1952, and systematic field work ...
  • Nolan Jr., Val (1954)
    Field notes (through May 31, 1954) from Val Nolan Jr's study of the ecology and behavior of the prairie warbler, Dendroica discolor in Bloomington, Indiana. This study began in 1952, and systematic field work continued ...
  • Ketterson, Ellen (1995)
    Yearly goals for field research on Dark-eyed Juncos (Junco hyemalis) at Mountain Lake Biological Station, Pembroke, Virginia.
  • Taylor, Milton W. (2010-08-31)
    My experience at a private Grammar school in Glasgow Scotland, and attending Hebrew School at the same time. I revisited the school in 2010
  • Ketterson, Ellen (1995)
    Yearly goals for field research on Dark-eyed Juncos (Junco hyemalis) at Mountain Lake Biological Station, Pembroke, Virginia.
  • Ketterson, Ellen (2000)
    Yearly goals for field research on Dark-eyed Juncos (Junco hyemalis) at Mountain Lake Biological Station, Pembroke, Virginia.
  • Ketterson, Ellen (2000)
    Yearly goals for field research on Dark-eyed Juncos (Junco hyemalis) at Mountain Lake Biological Station, Pembroke, Virginia.
  • Zlotnick, Adam; Katen, Sarah (Elsevier, 2009)
    Virus capsid assembly is a critical step in the viral life cycle. The underlying basis of capsid stability is key to understanding this process. Capsid subunits interact with weak individual contact energies to form a ...
  • Nolan Jr., Val (1953)
    Field notes (1953) from Val Nolan Jr's study of the ecology and behavior of the prairie warbler, Dendroica discolor in Bloomington, Indiana. This study began in 1952, and systematic field work continued through 1965.
  • Ketterson, Ellen (2002)
    Yearly goals for field research on Dark-eyed Juncos (Junco hyemalis) at Mountain Lake Biological Station, Pembroke, Virginia.
  • Parrott, Megan M.; Sitarski, Sarah A.; Arnold, Randy J.; Picton, Lora K.; Hill, R. Blake; Mukhopadhyay, Suchetana (American Society for Microbiology, 2009)
    Alphavirus particles are covered by 80 glycoprotein spikes that are essential for viral entry. Spikes consist of the E2 receptor binding protein and the E1 fusion protein. Spike assembly occurs in the endoplasmic reticulum, ...
  • Taylor, Milton W. (2010-09-03)
    A DESCRIPTION OF A HABONIM COMMUNE IN ENGLAND IN THE LATE 1940'S. PREPARATION FOR LIFE IN ISRAEL. GROUP LIVING.
  • Gest, Howard (2001-02-01)
    Howard Gest was a member of the "Charles Coryell Chemistry Group" of the Manhattan (Atomic Bomb) Project at the University of Chicago and in the "secret city" of oak Ridge (TN). Research of the group was focused on ...
  • Nolan Jr., Val (1958)
    Field notes (April 12 through May 31, 1958) from Val Nolan Jr's study of the ecology and behavior of the prairie warbler, Dendroica discolor in Bloomington, Indiana. This study began in 1952, and systematic field work ...
  • Ketterson/Nolan Research Group (2013-03-29)
    Equipment ordering information for Dark-eyed Junco (Junco hyemalis) research at Mountain Lake Biological Station, Pembroke, Virginia
  • Ketterson, Ellen (1996)
    General methods for in-hand processing of Dark-eyed juncos (Junco hyemalis) at Mountain Lake Biological Station, Pembroke, Virginia. Includes specific measurements and other data taken from each bird.
  • Stewart, Craig A. (1988-04)
    Minimal thermal conductance (MTC) has been used as a measure of the minimal rate heat loss from endotherms at low temperatures. An analysis of previously published data led to the suggestion of diurnal variation in MTC. ...

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