Rapid Assessment of Coral Stress Using Gene Expression

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Date: Mon, 7 Jun 1999 18:10:24 -0400
From: "NCERQA RFA Announcements (owner account)" <owner-announce at envirosense.com>
Subject: New Items Since May 1, 1999

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period May 1, 1999 through June 1, 1999.

  Rapid Assessment of Coral Stress Using Gene
  Expression - 3 Kb
  Summary: The work proposed here seeks to apply recent advances
  in molecular biology to monitor stress on coral reefs and identify
  the most likely stressors. We propose quantifying changes in gene
  expression as indicators of stress from natural and anthropogenic...

  A National Assessment of Low-Strearnflow Estimation
  Using a Physically Based Statistical Methodology - 4 Kb
  Summary: Unfortunately, there is no agreed upon methodology for
  estimating low strearnflow statistics in the United States. The
  current methods for estimating low strearnflow statistics are based
  on techniques recommended for flood frequency analyses. The
  method . . . . .

  Detection and Identification of the Toxins from
  Pfiesteria and Related Harmful Algal Blooms - 4 Kb
  Summary: Pfiesteria is a dinoflagellate that, when it accumulates to
  toxic concentrations in response to unknown stimuli, it results in
  huge fish-kills. Concentrate the toxins on reversed-phase C-18
  HPLC columns by filtration of aquarium water, then elute fractio ...


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