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All Articles by Anne Moffat
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1986 (Volume 17, No. 2)Plants: Toward a Biotechnological RevolutionThe engineering of plant genetics is progressing smartly against the handicap of too many genes and too few manipulable vectors. Using bugs. Cell Culture.Anne MoffatPDF
1987 (Volume 18, No. 2)Protein: Protein EngineeringThe focus of modern biological research has shifted from the study and manipulation of genes to the study and manipulation of gene products: proteins.Anne MoffatPDF
1989 (Volume 20, No. 1)Invaded Ecosystems: Models and Theory for an Ecological PhenomenonWhether the ecosystem is an organism and the invader a pathogen or an island ecology and the invader a rodent, modelers and theoretical ecologists are finding that similar rules seem to apply. Applications to disease epidemics are implied. Dealing with invasions. Pest management implications. Island ecosystems. Engineered organisms Anne MoffatPDF
1990 (Volume 21, No. 1)Biotechnology II: Engineering Useful PlantsProgress is being made along a broad front in the engineering of rice and other important food crops. More is needed if insight is to be put to use.Anne MoffatPDF
1990 (Volume 21, No. 4)Nanostructures: Engineering at the Lower Limits of SizeThe fabrication and study of structures measured in ten-billionths of a meter is challenging all lithographic techniques while it advances not only technology but understanding of the quantum world. Biological implications. Practical devices.Anne MoffatPDF
1991 (Volume 22, No. 4)Molecular Dynamics: Chemistry In the Fast LaneTheoretical and computational chemists are learning to simulate the processes at work on the infinitesimal scales at which biological molecules interact with each other. The usefulness of molecular dynamics.Anne MoffatPDF


 

 
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