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All Articles by Leslie Roberts
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1982 (Volume 13, No. 3)Tissue Culture -- Plant Sciences Special: Gardening in Test TubesPlant tissue culture and cloning techniques lay the groundwork for the exploitation of genetic engineering. Culturing secondaries. Callus, suspension, protoplasts.Leslie RobertsPDF
1983 (Volume 14, No. 1)Biomimetic Chemistry -- Chemistry Special: Doing What Comes NaturallyThough they lack many of nature's tools and don't fully understand many of its pathways, biomimetic chemists seek to produce biochemical reactions synthetically in environments as benign as nature's.Leslie RobertsPDF
1984 (Volume 15, No. 3)Chemical Senses: The Chemical SensesThe senses that separate the world into edible and inedible and evoke the most distant memories are those that are the least understood. The sense of taste. Other chemical systems.Leslie RobertsPDF


 

 
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