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1. To remove from one country or region to another, with a view to residence; to change one's place of residence; to remove; as, the moors who migrated from Africa into Spain; to migrate to the west.

2. To pass periodically from one region or climate to another for feeding or breeding; said of certain birds, fishes, and quadrupeds.

Origin: L. Migratus, p. P. Of migrare to migrate, transfer.

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electrophoretic mobility shift assay (EMSA)

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Re: Herbivores without predators

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Topic: Herbivores without predators
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Questions about Connective Tissue

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