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Dual roles of an odorant-binding protein in egg-laying process of two Helicoverpa moth species 2012-04-20
Enhanced sensitivity to higher ozone in a pathogen-resistant tobacco cultivar 2011-11-28
Evolutionary constraints in hind wing shape in Chinese dung beetles (Coleoptera: Scarabaeinae) 2011-06-30
Dissecting the Strand Folding Orientation and Formation of G-Quadruplexes in Single- and Double-Strand... 2011-05-09
The formation of stable G-quadruplexes in long double-stranded DNA 2011-05-05
G-Quadruplex Hinders Translocation of BLM Helicase on DNA 2011-03-21
A new method for measuring the folding equilibrium constant of G-quadruplex from nucleic acids 2011-03-07
Universal DNA barcode preferred for animal species identification 2011-02-23
Stress signal causes abnormal implantation location and pregnancy loss 2011-02-15
Effects of transgenic Bt cotton on overwintering characteristics and survival of Helicoverpa armigera 2011-01-25
Anti-predator defence drives parallel morphological evolution in ?ea beetles 2011-01-10
Desert hamsters remain homeothermic and very active during cold acclimation when sufficient food supplied 2010-12-23
The Fused/Smurf Complex Controls the Fate of Drosophila Germline Stem Cells by Generating a Gradient B... 2010-12-15
Discovery of a water channel essential for postcopulatory sperm osmoadaptation 2010-12-08
Elevated CO2 shifts the focus of tobacco plant defences from cucumber mosaic virus to the green peach ... 2010-11-26
New Evidence Suggests Southern China as a Common Source of Multiple Clusters of Highly Pathogenic H5N1... 2010-10-25
Researchers in the Institute of Zoology found the BIC and DT should be preferred for model selection i... 2010-10-18
A second new species of ice crawlers from China, with thorax evolution and the prediction of potential... 2010-09-28
Automatic call-independent individual recognition in four passerines using acoustic features 2010-09-16
Regulation of neuropathy target esterase by the cAMP/protein kinase A signal 2010-08-30
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