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Closure

Closure

1. The completion of a reflex pathway.

2. The place of coupling between stimuli in the establishment of conditioned learning.

3. To achieve or experience a sense of completion in a mental task.


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Re: Why dialyse DMEM before protein purification (Ni-Affinity)?

... gathered the supernatant around the range of 1 litre and after dialysis I subjected my supernatant to cleaning yet I don't get my proteins at the closure. Do you have any suggestions?

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by sullivan
Mon Jul 22, 2013 12:28 pm
 
Forum: Molecular Biology
Topic: Why dialyse DMEM before protein purification (Ni-Affinity)?
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Re: C3 and C4 plants

Nice information sharing!! Well to tell you that whether C4 plants save water more than C3 plants, then the answer may be YES! and After Stomata closure, exchange of CO2 is stopped (not the water conc decreases). It is the reduced level of CO2 which become rate limiting than water in case of high ...

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argument against the uranium-in-zircon dating

... through very low temperatures. This idea was supported by helium diffusion measurements on gem quality Durango fluorapatite which indicated a closure temperature of just 100 ? +/- 3O”C, a value recently confirmed on several additional apatites (Lippolt et al., 1994). The article is saying ...

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by mith
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Topic: argument against the uranium-in-zircon dating
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Biology Hangman Game

... Lactic, Glutamic, E, D, O, N, Y, T, U, L. abscisic acid is the answer!! Also known as ABA, it is the plant growth regulatorthat causes the closure of the stomata in dry conditions, and inhibits seed germination.

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by Draco
Wed Dec 12, 2007 6:43 pm
 
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Re: On Calcium mediated exocytosis and the synaptotogmin fam

... ways... 1) Opening of sodium channels - e.g. which as you said occurs in presynpatic neurones and results in neurotransmitter release 2) Closure of potassium channels... e.g. in the beta cells of the pancreas.... - glucose enters -> glycolysis occurs -> ATP generated -> ATP causes ...

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by Revenged
Mon Jul 09, 2007 10:40 am
 
Forum: Cell Biology
Topic: On Calcium mediated exocytosis and the synaptotogmin family
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