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Next Steps in Cytotechnology

ASCP and ASC have put together a program to enable cytotechnologists to grow their skills and advance their careers. During this workshop, attendees will learn how to engage as a part of the clinical team and broaden their skill set to include fluorescent in-situ hybridization and interpretation of applied molecular tests. 17 more words


Stomata in maize

Development: Early events in asymmetric division

by Laura Serna

  • Nature Plants 1, Article number: 15008 (2015)
  • ​doi:10.1038/nplants.2015.8

Asymmetric cell divisions establish the patterning of stomata in maize. 42 more words

Physiology / Biochemistry

The New Adventures of KPlan Kate: From Biomedical Science to French Oak and Polish

I am going to start my own business! And I am going to record it all in a blog!

When I say ‘start my own business’ I really mean develop my side line Kplan Furniture. 1,075 more words


Stomata of monocots

Abnormal and cytoplasmic connection of guard cells of stomata of leafs of six species of the monocots

by Babak Delnavaz Hashemloian and Azra Ataei Azimi… 102 more words


Stomata of hornworts (Anthocerotophyta)

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Hornwort: Anthoceros punctatus

Stomatal differentiation and abnormal stomata in hornworts

by Silvia Pressel; Tomasz Goral and Jeffrey G. Duckett

in Maney Online: Volume 36, Issue 2 (June 2014), pp. 274 more words


Stomata of Crataegus (dicots)

Comparative leaf epidermis investigation in species of genus Crataegus L. (Rosaceae) from Bulgaria

by Ts. Ganeva, Kr. Uzunova Dr. and D. Koleva Dr.

in Feddes Repertorium, Volume 120, Issue 3-4, pages 169–184, August 2009… 81 more words


Epidermis morphology and ploidy levels

Morphological characteristics of leaf epidermis and size variation of leaf, flower and fruit in different ploidy levels in Buddleja macrostachya (Buddlejaceae)

by Gao CHEN, Wei-Bang SUN and Hang SUN… 198 more words