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David Enbom Nov 9
of and here's something that I was forced to bash out very hastfully and could have sampled more obviously - but in the interest of time and maintaning my streak I give you my
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VideoBombala Nov 9
Day 9: Microbe I tried to imitate the work with a microscope ;) Here is no volume shader! I used plane with array modificator instead and material with blend mode "Alpha Blend". One shader + one plane (array)
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Arthur Tasquin Nov 9
9/30 Hey guys ! This is what I got for today's submission. Played a lot with fresnel opacity and emission on this one.
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Ezra Herman Mar 30
What infect your favourite ? I’m amazed by the MVP database, listing >25k phage-host interactions in a neat interface. Hoping to use its data soon myself. Check it out!
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FEMS Sep 1
This we look at a that can invade and live inside amoeba, and is the causative agent of Legionnaires' disease. [34/50] Research Link:
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Eva Sonnenschein Sep 30
I'm beyond excited to share our first - article on bacterial candidates for colonization and degradation of plastic debris in Environmental Science & Technology and my excellent student Line Roager's very first article 😊👑🦠
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Jam's Germs Nov 16
Water Bear under polarized light. Cute and shiny and clumsy. 🔬
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Nicky Kyle Gardening Dec 5
The lump of , degraded is what I inherited from conventional agriculture when I came here 38 yrs ago. It sits on the vitally , -rich I now have through regenerative . We CAN restore !
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Jean-Bernard Géron Nov 9
day 9 : Microbe I clearly do not have a lot of time today but I was in class so school lessons come before 🤓
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Brooke Weigel 🌱💦 Feb 8
My first has been accepted for ! I’ll post a link as soon as the full article is live but for now here is the abstract:
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Nicky Kyle Gardening Sep 27
Another reason is good for us is Mycobacterium Vaccae, a harmless found in . When inhaled it stimulates the release of in our , boosting & decreasing . It's ’s .
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FHSBiology Feb 14
Extra credit if any students can make microbial art like this! 😊
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Bryden Fields 12 Jan 19
Great to hear about all the research going on yesterday! Enjoyed having the opportunity to present some project results too!
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FEMS Aug 26
For this we bring you a named after the Swahili word for . It was first identified in millet beer... [33/50] Research Link:
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Jam's Germs Dec 21
Everyone, meet Alfie! He is a slow stepper with the cutest black eyes ever. Look at him! 🔬
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Robert R. Junker Nov 6
Do you want to establish a research group on - interactions ? If yes, please see announcement and apply for the research assistant position (4+2 years) until December 13th 2019! Please RT!
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Robert Will Apr 8
distinguished 80% - 90% of us, with 75 core species in most people! Simon Carding of summarising the
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Jam's Germs Nov 21
Lepocinclis tripteris is more beautiful than your ex. 🔬
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CellularMicrobiology Jan 4
All you need to know about as a Model for Gastrointestinal Tract – Interactions in this review form Flores et al.
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Old_dusty 51s
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