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Post by Barz » Sun Oct 01, 2006 9:15 pm

Dammit. . Boss I told you she would google Barz Pea Aphid. We are so bad at hiding stuff from her. Especially all the Jurgensen stuff along with TED and Cell phones.

London, Seriously now. NO I AM NOT INVOLVED IN THIS. I am insulted but not suprised that you would say this. Knockitoff. Thanks Barz

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Post by London » Sun Oct 01, 2006 9:19 pm

I'm not knocking a gd thing off Barz, I'm the gd one that is sick, you all gave it to me.

I think it's time to expose oklahoma, dont you?

and you Helen, you gonna come clean? That is some website they had put you in charge of.

well, one thing you got going for you is that not everyone that post here
are really sick......

But gd, a helluva lot of people read this site, my attornies do!

ansley Review No. 72 Secondary metabolites in plant defence ...File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat
turnip root fly {Delia fioralis). Journal of Science in Food Sc. Agriculture 51: 30^-320, ... Weigand F, Koster J, Weltzien HC, Barz W. 1986. Ac- ... ... .tb02968.x - Similar pages

agriculture & forestry booksPattern and Process in Host-Parasitoid Interactions Bradford A Hawkins ... Edited by Kirsi-Marja Oksman-Caldentey, Wolfgang Barz ... - 126k - Cached - Similar pages

JSTOR: Tansley Review No. 72. Secondary Metabolites in Plant ...Barz W, Bless W, Borger-Papendorf G, Gunia W, Mackenbock V, Meier D, Otto C, Super E. 1990 ... Biochemical interactions between plant-herbivore- parasitoid. ... - Similar pages

cicerarietinumOccurrence of parasitoid, Anisopteromalus calandrae (Howard) on bruchid, ... Boerger, G. and W. Barz (1988). Malonated flavonol 3 glucosides in Cicer ... ... etinum.htm - 512k - Cached - Similar pages

BayCEER: PublikationenGebauer, G: Zum Stand der Waldschadensdiskussion. in W. Barz, ... G; Dettner, K: Chemical and tactile communication between the root aphid parasitoid ... ... b_alle.php - 930k - Cached - Similar pages

[PDF] PSNA Newsletter 2File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat - View as HTML
Wolfgang Barz; here I learned. techniques for manipulating and ... dominant hymenopteran parasitoid in. the system, Eurytoma lutea Bugbee, ... - Similar pages

[PDF] Cantharidin und Palasonin;File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat
parasitoid interaction in tritrophic systems. ... [119] Pachten, A. and Barz, W. (1999) Elicitor-stimulated oxidative burst and ... - Similar pages

[PDF] Jahresbericht 2003File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat
Gille, P., Barz, R.-U., Zhang, LM 2003: Growth of ... 12.09.2003. und die von W. Kalteis konzipierte ... evidence« - Insect Parasitoid Special Interest ... ... icht03.pdf - Similar pages

[PDF] Current Advances in Genetics and Molecular Biology - Online sample ...File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat
chromosome of the parasitoid wasp Trichogramma kaykai ... fly-resistance gene transferred from T. turgidum ssp. dicoccum to. common wheat ... ... 4cagmb.pdf - Similar pages

Barz, you knew about the wasp all along :?: :?: :!: :!: :oops: :roll: :?
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Post by Barz » Sun Oct 01, 2006 9:34 pm

London you have basically accused everyone of us on this thread for being involved at one time or another should I go ON?

And there are probably more. These are just the ones I remember.

chill girl


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Post by London » Sun Oct 01, 2006 9:36 pm

they are, and I said that I would guess that 85% of the people that write here are somehow involved.

I think it's closer to 95%

But your wrong, I never accused UK Guy

hey, you forgot Wymore and Cliff

oops, you forgot Jan Smith too, you know Greema/./////same thing though, I guess I give you credit b/c you did list her other alias, Cilla

But Barz I'm impressed that you too think it's the wasp!

Why I did not care to play the namegame but dammit, I have been sick a year now. I expect some kind of help. If they would just say, hey, I'm sorry, and help us to get better, you know, that would be cool.
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Post by Barz » Sun Oct 01, 2006 9:48 pm

You are losing it.

I also forgot Tam tam and maybe you did not accuse Ukguy but you posted stuff from one of his pms all over the boards. Not cool. I never said I believe the wasp whaterver thing. I have NEVER read about it in my life . You keep on posting crap about it, but I do not read it, sorry.

I am truly believing in the agrobacterium Ti theory. Oh well. London, you believe what you need to believe today. God help you.



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Post by London » Sun Oct 01, 2006 9:55 pm

well, since you are trying to weezle out of it, I will indeed keep posting more of it.

Good Lord, it's write in front of your face, you are saying you don't get it?

Well, you know what Barz, I think my thoughts have been proven in a dissertation from someone at.................. :?: :?:

Oklahoma State University

wanna see it? it's all about the wasp and the stored wheat......that we now eat......

and, man, the prairie grasses, the chlorinated WATER.......THEY HAVE COVERED IT ALL.......


:P :P :P

Scholarly articles for agrobacterium Ti theory, w. bARZ
Hairy Root Growth Models: Effect of Different Branching ... - Kim - Cited by 4
Advances in Drug Discovery Techniques - Harvey - Cited by 6

Kitchen Culture Kits - History of Plant Tissue CultureCo-integrate type of vectors designed for Agrobacterium transformation. ... Springer Verlag, (Eds. Neumann KH, Barz W. and Reinhard E.): 174-186. ... - 68k - Cached - Similar pages

Catalogo ArticoliHanselle, T; Barz, W Purification and characterisation of the extracellular PR-2b ... Measurement and theory PLANT PHYSIOLOGY, 126(3), 2001, pp. 1129 - 1138 ... - 52k - Supplemental Result - Cached - Similar pages

[PDF] Secondary Metabolism in Plant Tissue Culture Scope and LimitationsFile Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat
plant pathogens, especially the soil bacterium Agrobacterium ... 47 W. Barz and BE Ellis, in ‘Natural Products as Medicinal. Agents’, ed. ... - Similar pages

[PDF] Entwicklung eines Agrobacterium tumefaciens vermittelten ...File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat
28°C seine tumorinduzieren Plasmide (Ti oder Ri) sowie das binäre Plasmid. verlieren kann. ... Weigand F., J. Köster, HC Weltzien, W. Barz; (1985) ... - Similar pages

[PDF] Plant Cell Culture Protocols Plant Cell Culture ProtocolsFile Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat
Braun (69) showed that in sunflower Agrobacterium tumefacienscould induce ... H., Barz, W., and Reinhard, E. (eds.) (1985) Primary and Second- ... - Supplemental Result - Similar pages


Barz, I could not get this to open:

analytical webbase electronic resourceServerException The contents of the tag stack are: 1 CF_STRUCTBEAN (67,0) \\elementsfs\webpages\Live\RSC\denialpage\Application.cfm. - Similar pages

but I clicked onto similar pages and got this: ... ginfrm.cfm

and Barz, which one of these should I read? I just do not trust my crazy opinion, you know? And are you ready for the dissertaion Barz?

I think you owe me an apology. or else you might owe a helluva lot of others one..... :P Now, which one barz is the best? HUH???

and look Barz :shock: :shock: :shock: , this is a good site too, again, what's the best one Barz?

Man, it had ceramics and all on there, and you know what??? I bet it's just like I said, in the cement......they build homes with this crap and most importantly, the roads. Someone better hurry up and get us some help.

and look, just like crazy London said, the transenic tobacco plant is killer!
Barz, this is big arse money that I'm exposing huh? Man, I hope I don't get you in trouble with your bosses Barz. You see, I don't give a rats ass b/c I'm dying and waiting on this to kick into AIDS, b/c that is what you f-ers want to do to us.

Transformation of several species of higher plants by Agrobacterium rhizogenes: sexual transmission of the transformed genotype and phenotype.

Tepfer D.

The T-DNA of the Ri plasmid from Agrobacterium rhizogenes is compatible with the regeneration of whole plants from genetically transformed roots and is transmitted through meiosis to the progeny of genetically transformed plants in carrot, tobacco, and morning glory (Convolvulus arvensis). The presence of Ri T-DNA is correlated with a phenotype that in some respects is invariable from species to species and in other respects varies as a function of species, organ clone within species, or individual. The transformed phenotype concerns a variety of morphological and physiological traits, is dominantly inherited in tobacco, but does not in general appear to be deleterious. The Ri T-DNA may provide a molecular starting point for studying a number of basic phenomena in plant morphology and physiology.

does not look to me like I'm the one that's losing Barz!!
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Post by Barz » Sun Oct 01, 2006 10:25 pm


my boss is skytroll and nadas, didn't you know? That comment I left was OBVIOUSLY a joke. as is this one.

Hello, London, Wake the fuxk up, snap out of it.

See I never knew how smart I was. I am even published. I just wish I knew the fucX what I was saying and I wish I got the money and or fame from it too. Oh, do I work in Oklahoma now? Thats funny. I have all my teeth and I live in the northeast.

Yes I am stickin with the agrobacterium ti. maybe I will contact W. Barz myself (no I will ask myself hahaha) how did I get this in my freakin cells? Why do I have hair coming out of my ass everytime I take a [email protected] London, If I were that guy, I would know a hell of alot more about what potentially has infecected me. But keep on believing that I am guilty and everyone else on this board too. WHATEVER!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Post by London » Sun Oct 01, 2006 10:29 pm

Well, since you are still being mean to me, I think it's time.....I just have got to think of all the -places that I'm going to plaster the info.

Just think, all b/c of you, that University is going to get the publicity of its gd lifetime.

First of all, here is what OSU says of using chlorine to disinfect water......
that they chose to use....

Effectiveness declines rapidly in water with particulates or organic substances
Less powerful disinfectant than ozone

Risk of crop phytotoxicity

Effectiveness affected by pH

Risk to human and crop health if chorine leaks from treatment system

Risk of corrosion of metal equipment

Potential for production of trihalomethanes and carcinogens which are harmful to human health

Now, are you ready for the rest? I can;t wait to post this for you Barz since it is you that states I'm crazy. The audacity to rub my future in my know me, gotta get ahead while i still can......

byt the way, I guess an apology from you is way out of the question. Figures, suit yourself, I'm bringing their arses down.

I'll first quote them.....

Retention and dilution of contaminated runoff are important ways to reduce pathogens in irrigation water

you know, I don't think this is so safe, I mean to keep on using water over and over, yuck.

I really think this HERVE 1 is where we should be looking.....

and more extensively, here:

and here, I was able to do the whole blast of even asked me to mention their blast, how cool is that?

here is the blast:

here, I think this is the correct one:

Funny, I mentioned a long time ago about the xenopus......
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Post by Barz » Sun Oct 01, 2006 11:10 pm

First of all London, I am not being mean to YOU. YOU accused me of being someone named Wolfgang!!! Hello. I find the name alone outright offensive. Second, I do believe us to be infected with Agrobacterium ti. However, I have absolutely no way to even go about finding out if I am infected with this. I think tam tam said to have some special PCR type testing done. I do not know if this is available to the public. If it is, I will go first and post my results. I am sure it will cost a small fortune. If it is available to the public, do I trust the results? If this is being covered up, will they even allow us to get tested for this> Where the heck is TamTam anyway? I am hoping he or someone with this type knowledge can help me.
Third of all, London. I do freaking suffer from this. MY kids do as well. That pisses me off. I just don't go around accusing posters of giving it to my kids, do I? Now. If I can easily get a test done for agrobacterium ti, I will do it. Also, I will look into it myself. I am not COMPLETELY helpless

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Post by London » Sun Oct 01, 2006 11:18 pm

Barz, I do not have time to keep argueing with you. I'm busy trying to find out more info so that I might possibly extend my life.

Now, yes, this is a google, but what a good one. ... lanogaster

and this one here, well to me it sounds as if they wanted the person to get the HIV virus. Jeeze! ... ease05.pdf

and I quote from the beginning of the article.:

For a successful infection, retroviruses have to cross the
plasma membrane, and subviral particles have to find their
path through the cytoplasm to reach the nucleus while at the
same time precisely altering their structure and composition to
render the viral genome competent for integration into host
chromosomes (reviewed in reference 27). Although the molecular
and cellular events leading to retrovirus egress have been
partly unraveled by recent studies (reviewed in reference 12),
little is known about these early steps of infection

and this page is self-explanatory. I mean Southcity did say he heard we would more than likely develop Lupus. He just did not mention the HIV. ... thematosus.

Still, don't believe the parasitoid wasp is a bad mother? ... itoid+wasp

Towards a comprehensive view of the primary structure of venom proteins from the parasitoid wasp Pimpla hypochondriaca.

NM Parkinson, C Conyers, J Keen, A MacNicoll, I Smith, N Audsley, R Weaver
Central Science Laboratory, Sand Hutton, York YO41 1LZ, UK. [email protected] Venom from the parasitoid wasp Pimpla hypochondriaca has potent in vivo activity against insect haemocytes and disrupts host immune responses. Using hybridisation techniques, and more recently random sequence analysis, we had previously identified cDNAs encoding 10 venom proteins from this wasp and deduced their primary structures. We have now extended the random sequence analysis and discovered a further nine cDNAs encoding proteins with predicted signal sequences. The mature proteins were calculated to have masses of between 4 and 22 kDa. Post-signal sequence residues predicted from the cDNAs matched those derived by Edman degradation from venom proteins separated using gel filtration and reverse phase chromatography, confirming that the cloned cDNAs encode proteins which are secreted into the venom sac. Proteins containing at least six cysteine residues were abundant and seven of these cysteine-rich venom proteins, cvp1-7, were identified. The sequences of some of these proteins were similar, or contained similar cysteine arrangements, to Kunitz type protease inhibitors, pacifastin, the trypsin inhibitor domain protein family, atracotoxin and omega-conotoxin, respectively, which occur in a diverse range of animals including spiders, molluscs, humans and grasshoppers. Two small venom proteins, svp1 and svp2, as well as cvp7 did not have similar sequences to proteins in the GenBank protein database suggesting they may be highly specialised venom components. The random sequencing approach has provided a rapid means of determining the primary structure of the majority of Pimpla hypochondriaca venom proteins

respectively, which occur in a diverse range of animals including spiders, molluscs, humans and grasshoppers.

wow, the crappy military is involved? Like we did not know it anyway... ... 01/1290782

TamTaM., I don;t think Europe likes it ( re: hazardous waste) but why do they still get around to sending them? I mean let;'s be honest here, do you know about the sea ice? The collembola? what about all that driftwood?

I heard of even more recalls just today.

People wake up!!!! They have microbes inside your tech gadgets. Duh.

oh, look :shock: :shock: :shock: :roll: :roll: :roll:

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Post by London » Mon Oct 02, 2006 12:16 am

Continuous isomerization of d-fructose to d-mannose by immobilized Agrobacterium radiobacter cells

d-Fructose was isomerized to d-mannose using immobilized Agrobacterium radiobacter that produces a thermostable mannose isomerase. The cells were immobilized by adsorption on chitosan or by glutaraldehyde crosslinking in the presence of albumin. Optimum conditions for mannose isomerase activity were 60 °C and pH 7.5. Continuous reaction at 55 °C was achieved with immobilized cells packed in a column to produce d-mannose.

Well, upon the advice of someone, I googled this: ... litary+use

and boy, foods from GM organisms. Page 20 and 21 are shocking to me. ... ally%22%22

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Post by Nadas Moksha » Mon Oct 02, 2006 12:23 am

ok ok ok three years have gone by since .....

“Keep in mind that there are endless items that can deliver chemical or biological agents. These include aerosol cans used for commercial deodorants, crop dusters, conventional munitions, plastic baggies (remember the Tokyo subway incident?), etc.”

The experts agreed, but said if the patent language correctly indicated the system was designed specifically so it could disperse biological agents and nonlethal chemical agents such as incapacitants on a battlefield, it indicated treaty and federal law violations.

The patent application does suggest that intent, said Jonathan Tucker, a chemical and biological arms control expert, currently a senior fellow at the U.S. Institute of Peace.

“Certain words in the patent description raise some red flags, specifically the reference to the delivery of biological/chemical agents and the use in combat or noncombat operations,” he said.

“Those specific words in that description raise concerns about the intent. And if the intent is for delivery of chemical or biological agents or the use of chemical incapacitants in a combat situation, those would be clear violations of the convention,” Tucker said.

“There’s enough here. I could make a case that because it’s mentioned on a number of occasions that … it is designed to deliver biological agents,” Fidler said.

Marie Chevrier, a University of Texas at Dallas arms control authority, also said the document could be read as an indication of purpose, saying it suggests “they knowingly developed a delivery system for biological agents as a weapon.”

NTI: Global Security Newswire
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