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Rhythmic activity in a forebrain vocal control nucleus in vitro, Solis, M. M., and Perkel D. J. , J Neurosci, 2005, Volume 25, Issue 11, p.2811-22, (2005)
Rho1 regulates signaling events required for proper Drosophila embryonic development, Magie, C. R., and Parkhurst S. M. , Dev Biol, 2005, Volume 278, Issue 1, p.144-54, (2005)
Defective skeletogenesis with kidney stone formation in dwarf zebrafish mutant for trpm7, Elizondo, M. R., Arduini B. L., Paulsen J., Macdonald E. L., Sabel J. L., Henion P. D., Cornell R. A., and Parichy D. M. , Curr Biol, 2005, Volume 15, Issue 7, p.667-71, (2005)
Reinventing the wheel in ecology research? Response, Raffaelli, D., Cardinale B. J., Downing A. L., Engelhardt K. A. M., Ruesink J. L., Solan M., and Srivastava D. S. , Science, 2005, Volume 307, Issue 5717, p.1875-1876, (2005)
Vegetation patterns 25 years after the eruption of Mount St. Helens Washington, USA, del Moral, R., and Lacher I. L. , 2005, Volume 92, Issue 12, p. - -1956, (2005)
Physical factors vs. biotic resistance in controlling the invasion of an estuarine marsh grass. , Dethier, M. N., and Hacker S. D. , Ecological Applications, Volume 15, (2005)
Mutations in CAX1 produce phenotypes characteristic of plants tolerant to serpentine soils, Bradshaw, Jr., H. D. , 2005, Volume 167, Issue 1, p. - 88, (2005)
Hypoxia, global warming, and terrestrial Late Permian extinctions, Huey, R. B., and Ward P. D. , Science, 2005, Volume 308, p.398-401, (2005)
A transient cell cycle shift in Drosophila imaginal disc cells precedes multipotency, Sustar, A., and Schubiger G. , Cell, 2005, Volume 120, Issue 3, p.383-93 %8 Feb %! A transient cell cycle shift in Drosophila imaginal disc cells precedes multipotency. %@ 0092-8674, (2005)
Hairpin-bisulfite PCR: Assessing epigenetic methylation patterns on complementary strands of individual DNA molecules, Laird, C. D., Pleasant N. D., Clark A. D., Sneeden J. L., Hassan K. M. A., Manley N. C., Vary J. C., Morgan T., Hansen R. S., and Stoger R. , Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 2004, Volume 101, Issue 1, p.204-209, (2004)
The master sex-determination locus in threespine sticklebacks is on a nascent Y chromosome, Peichel, Catherine L., Ross Joseph A., Matson Clinton K., Dickson Mark, Grimwood Jane, Schmutz Jeremy, Myers Richard M., Mori Seiichi, Schluter Dolph, and Kingsley David M. , Current Biology, 2004 Aug 24, Volume 14, Issue 16, p.1416-24, (2004)
Particulate matter ingestion and associated nitrogen uptake by four species of scleractinian corals, Mills, M. M., Lipschultz F., and Sebens K. P. , Coral Reefs, 2004, Volume 23, Issue 3, p.311-323, (2004)
Learned social preference in zebrafish, Engeszer, R. E., Ryan M. J., and Parichy D. M. , Curr. Biol., 2004, Volume 14, p.881--884, (2004)
Notes from the field: how a molecular geneticist got wet, Peichel, Catherine L. , Genesis, 2004 Nov, Volume 40, Issue 3, p.146-50, (2004)
Range fragmentation in the spectacled bear Tremarctos ornatus in the Northern Andes, Kattan, G., Hernandez O., Goldstein I., Rojas V., O.Murillo, Gomez-Posada C., Restrepo H., and Cuesta F. , Oryx, 05/2004, Volume 38, Issue 2, p.155-163, (2004)
The effect of velocity on the suspension feeding and growth of the marine mussels Mytilus trossulus and M-californianus: implications for niche separation, Ackerman, J. D., and Nishizaki M. T. , Journal of Marine Systems, 2004, Volume 49, Issue 1-4, p.195-207, (2004)
Genetic dissection of meiotic cytokinesis in Drosophila males., Giansanti, Maria Grazia, Farkas Rebecca M., Bonaccorsi Silvia, Lindsley Dan L., Wakimoto Barbara T., Fuller Margaret T., and Gatti Maurizio , 2004, Volume 15, Issue 5, p. - -2522, (2004)
Scat detection dogs in wildlife research and management: application to grizzly and black bears in the Yellowhead Ecosystem, Alberta, Canada, Wasser, S. K., Davenport B., Ramage E. R., Hunt K. E., Parker M., Clarke C., and Stenhouse G. , Canadian Journal Of Zoology-Revue Canadienne De Zoologie, 2004, Volume 82, Issue 3, p. - -492, (2004)
Synergistic interaction of three ERECTA-family receptor-like kinases controls Arabidopsis organ growth and flower development by promoting cell proliferation, Shpak, E. D., Berthiaume C. T., Hill E. J., and Torii K. U. , Development, 2004, Volume 131, Issue 7, p.1491-501, (2004)
Extinction and ecosystem function in the marine benthos, Solan, M., Cardinale B. J., Downing A. L., Engelhardt K. A. M., Ruesink J. L., and Srivastava D. S. , Science, 2004, Volume 306, Issue 5699, p.1177-1180, (2004)

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