chameleon


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chameleon

(kă-mēl'yon),
A fluorescent indicator engineered to bind to specified intracellular locations for investigation of biologic reactions (for example, calcium-mediated signals).

chameleon

lizard member of the genus Chameleo.
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We could hardly believe our eyes when we illuminated the chameleons in our collection with a UV lamp, and almost all species showed blue, previously invisible patterns on the head, some even over the whole body," David PrAaAaAeA tzel, lead author of the new study and a Ph.
CREEPY CRAWLYThere's a time I was at the shamba (farm) with my uncle when a chameleon found its way onto my back and later my neck.
Established in 2012, Chameleon manufacturers arts and crafts products which are exported to more than 70 countries and sold by art supply and retail stores.
As our suite of visual and virtual technologies continue to evolve, we are excited to showcase them to the Neocon audience," said Dan Dempsey, President and CEO of Chameleon Power.
Seconds after the chameleon struck, Damman's team grabbed the mucus-covered slide.
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Caption: The Kinyongia msuyae chameleon has an unusual snout that may be important in courtship.
Louis-based Chameleon would plan, test, integrate, operate, maintain and optimize comprehensive IT support environments at new Global Service Desk facilities being set up in Montgomery, Alabama, Ogden, Utah and Ft.
But RSPCA officials were surprised the veiled chameleon, which may have escaped from its owners, managed to get into the tree in the first place.
If the chameleon field existed, the cesium atoms' interference pattern would show both the effect of gravity and that of the chameleon field.
The chameleon statue will once again be lit up in varying lights and there is also a troupe of acrobat dancers all night long.
The eyes of the chameleon have no upper or lower lids, but instead one large cone-like lid which encases the entire eye.