Grocery storesshow off their produce by placing the mostattractive specimens in front.
A femaleblue whalemayproduce a specific power of up to 16 kilowatts per tonne when sprinting.
This algorithm will produce a state machine for parsing a givencontext-freegrammar.
Unless the head is drivenout of the bowel it will continue to producenew segments[…]The stoolspassedafter administration of the taenifuge should be carefullyexamined with a view to discover the head of the worm.
Because the presentclimate can neverproduceenoughweathering to produce oxisols, torrox soils are always paleosols formedduringperiods of muchwetterclimates.
To mingle with others of its kind and produce the next generation of eggs, toxoplasma mustfind its way to the gastrointestinal tract of a cat.
2,5-Bis(trifluoromethyl)-1,3,4-oxadiazole (104) has been reported by severalgroups to react with ring-strainedalkenesunderforcingthermal conditions to producecoupledproducts
Its portfolios have returnedmore than 20 percent a yearafterfees for twodecades, and those fees — which produce the profits that unitholders have a stake in — have been ample.
The voltagebetween the wires is too low to produce a spark.
Zucchiniplantsalwaysseem to produce a highyield of fruit.
One hectare (about 2.5 acres) of forestcleared and converted to ranchland or cropsproduces a piece of landworth, on average, $200 to $500.
Suppose we have a widgetfactory that produces 100 widgets peryear, and a sprocketfactory that produces 200 sprocketsperyear.
NextReportsClimaticLimits on LandscapeDevelopment in the Northwestern Himalaya Nicholas Brozovi , * Douglas W. Burbank, Andrew J. Meigs The interaction betweentectonism and erosion producesruggedlandscapes in activelydeforming regions.
Suppose we have a widgetfactory that produces 100 unitsperyear...
Perhaps the mostexcitingarea in evolution is in exploring how rewiring the circuitry of genes produces different arthropodappendages, or wingspots on butterflies.
I aminventing a language which mustnecessarilyburst forth from a very newpoetics, that could be defined in a couple of words: Paint, not the thing, but the effect it produces. - Stéphane Mallarmé
The Anahi Minelocatednear the Brazilianborderproducesamethyst, citrina and Bolivianite.
Failure to turn offSINsignalingproduces multiseptated cells that remainuncleaved and contain one or twonuclei [7 ].
Asexual reproductionoccurs by myceliogenic germination of sclerotiadirectlyresulting in newsclerotia or mycelium that eventuallyproducessclerotia.
Thus, processes of hypoaneuploidy could affectgenomicstabilityproducing this variation in number of loci.
The firststeps in producing kaurenoic acid from GGDP occur through the action of copalyl diphosphate synthase (CPS), kaurene synthase (KS), and kaurene oxidase (KO) [15 ] (Fig 1 ).
The genus Bullera was established by Derx [3 ] to accommodateyeastsproducingrotationalsymmetry of ballistoconidia and whitish to palecolored colonies and proposing Bullera alba as the type species for the genus.
We postprocess three-dimensional GRMHD models of a jet-producingradiativelyinefficientaccretionflowaround a spinningblack holeusingrelativisticradiative transfer and ray-tracing to producemodelspectra and images.
A major challenge in producing recombinant rNA is the inability of the headdomain to fold and tetramerize as an independentunit.
It has been shown, however, that triploidformsproducingdiploid gametes in one sex and haploidones in the othersex can act as a stepping stonetowards tetraploidization (triploid bridge; [ 93 – 95 ]).