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the exchange of ideas by writing, speech, or signals

something communicated, as information

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a situation allowing exchange of ideas or messages

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For chemical communication to occur within or between organisms, a receptor must have affinity for specific chemical ligands or signals, and this recognition must initiate a response.
Sharpe, a reproductive physiologist at the Medical Research Council's Center for Reproductive Biology in Edinburgh, Scotland, then the genes will "broadcast" certain chemical communications that result in the secretion of male hormones.
sub]60] had formed, they report in the July 15 CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS.
The findings are detailed in the paper "Rapid Ambient Mass Spectrometric Profiling of Intact, Untreated Bacteria Using Desorption Electrospray Ionization," which appeared in the journal Chemical Communications (2007, Number 1).
Their findings are published in scientific journals Nature Chemical Biology and Chemical Communications.
The new rapid testing method, which was published online in January in Chemical Communications, can detect the chemical within seconds.
Similarly, Angewandte Chemie (27), Chemical Communications (26), Chemical Reviews (22) are mostly cited.
The team's latest paper in Chemical Communications describes the creation of 2-(methacryloyloxy)ethyl choline phosphate (MCP) and its successful polymerization into poly(MCP).
The findings were published in the journal Chemical Communications.
The findings, reported in the latest edition of the scientific journal Chemical Communications, have been developed by a team at Durham, led by Professor David Parker.
8, 2003 Chemical Communications, Licht and his colleagues report that the new approach achieves a hydrogen-production efficiency of 30 percent and has the potential to do even better.
The research was published in the journals Chemical Communications, the Journal of Biophotonics and ACSNano.
Because of that same nanoscale thinness, the eleectrode can be charged and discharged 200 times, the scientists report in the current issue of Chemical Communications.
In a more recent experiment, described in the April 2004 Chemical Communications, Sandhage's team exposed diatom shells to a titanium fluoride gas.
He also provides extensive article reviewing for journals such as Science, Nature, Nature-Chemistry, Wiley Journals, Chemical Communications, and the Journal of the American Chemical Society.