Nucleic Acids from A to Z by Sabine Müller

By Sabine Müller

Concise yet whole, this mini-encyclopedia comprises over 1,500 entries protecting all very important recommendations, compounds, options and acronyms for speedy and simple reference.
Guiding readers throughout the ever-increasing jungle of nucleic acid technological know-how and know-how, the booklet distills the most important info out of the big physique of fundamental literature and provides it in one volume.
A first-stop source for everybody, from scholars to verified researchers, as either a machine and library reference.

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The unpigmented section of the hair is usually white, or silver, although undercoats with yellow or reddish coloring can occur. BLACK CINNAMON BLUE FAWN SHADED FUR The upper quarter of each hair is colored in shaded fur. Shaded fur appears darker on the back, where the fur lies flat. When the cat moves, shading produces a rippling effect. A coat in which the shaded part of the hair is red or cream is called a cameo. SMOKED FUR When about half of the uppermost hair shaft is colored, the coat is known as smoke.

S. Eliot. Like Lear, Eliot was writing for children, but his shrewd and amusing portrayals of feline personalities are enjoyed by all ages. THE WRITER’S MUSE Many writers, Eliot included, have kept cats for company in their solitary working lives. The favorite of Dr. Samuel Johnson, famed for his English dictionary (1755), was Hodge, who is immortalized in a statue outside Johnson’s house in London. In his novels, Charles Dickens (1812–70) sees cats as fit associates for some of his nastier characters, but he was nevertheless a cat lover, apparently keeping the stuffed paw of a much-missed pet on his desk.

Loved by actors and stage staff alike, these cats helped to keep down the numbers of rodents attracted by litter-strewn auditoriums. There are many stories of theater cats casually strolling on stage during a performance and washing themselves in the footlights, or causing mayhem in the “props” room. Today, vermin are controlled in different ways and the very few old troupers that linger on as theater cats are usually firmly denied access to the stage. In a relatively new, and controversial, development in feline show business, touring “cat circuses” are becoming particularly popular in the United States and Moscow.

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