department of biology


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Synonyms for department of biology

the academic department responsible for teaching and research in biology

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WB-37 / Z-048/15 for The supply of computer equipment for the Department of Biology, University of Warsaw.
2] Department of Biology, Minot State University, Minot, North Dakota, U.
As an administrator, McLean served on John Carroll University's Honors Advisory Committee (1979-1980), as graduate coordinator in the department of biology, and interim chairman in the biology department (1976).
Timothy Keeton and Robin Morrison, Alma College, Department of Biology
If we first acknowledge that kin cooperation and resource partitioning are co-occurring, we can begin to address some very important questions," stated Amanda File, a graduate student in the Department of Biology at McMaster.
The greatest challenge for understanding plant social interactions is we can't interpret plant behaviors as easily as we do those of animals," explains Susan Dudley, an associate professor in the Department of Biology at McMaster.
her address is Department of biology, ECSU, 83 Windham St.
Morris, Department of Biology, Canisius College, "The influence of energetic condition on migratory decisions of Blackpoll Warblers during spring migration.
Greg Pyle with the Department of Biology gets $125,000 to study the impact of the resource sector on the aquatic ecosystem.
BARKER, Department of Botany, University of British Columbia, 3529-6270 University Blvd, Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z4, CANADA, and Department of Biology, Indiana University Jordan Hall 142, 1001 E Third St.
Davis considers Carr's work in the context of the institutional history of the Department of Biology at the U.
Address for correspondence: Jianping Xu, Department of Biology, McMaster University, 1280 Main St West, Hamilton, Ontario, L8S 4K1, Canada; email: jpxu@mcmaster.
It showed that a relatively small immigrant Anglo-Saxon population, made up of invaders from Germany, Holland and Denmark, could have changed the face of British gene pool simply by using their economic advantage during apartheid to outbreed the Brits, according to research by the UCL Department of Biology.
Department of Biology, Metropolitan State College of Denver.
Gillingham University of Northern British Columbia, Prince George, BC Ann Gunn Renewable Resources, Government of the Northwest Territories, Yellowknife, NWT Mark Hines Department of Biology, University of Alaska Anchorage, Anchorage, AK David H.
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