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Siberian Flora

Post by paleopharmacology » Mon Dec 04, 2006 3:53 am

Greetings crew. I had a question regarding the role of cytokines and ester transferases in the Siberian pussywillow. I postulated that extending the amount of suberin accumulation in a high osmolarity surrounding the phloemic articles of the plant stem would cause a corresponding increase in root pressure. It seemed logical to ecologically conclude that increasing the amount of O=C=O would then cause a high shift in respiration towards expelled oxygen concentrations. Using an immunoprecipitate assay, I was subsequently able to purify Protein BAR554842-X12 from the pussywillow stem, trivially signifying a redox rxn (LEO GRR's). What would be the estimated ammonium hypoxide concentration when this protein is titrated with 66.1 mmol of hexafluoracetic acid at STP.

Answers in scientific formation please, my BIO 788 professor is a stickler on sig figs :shock:

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