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View Resource Biological Research on Fire in the West

Fire is necessary for natural communities, but damage can be severe in altered ecosystems. Problems include fuel build-up because of long-term fire prevention, the invasion of non-native grasses in...

http://fresc.usgs.gov/products/fs/fs-2005-3005.pdf
View Resource Biology and Invasive Species in the Western U.S.

The western U.S. is biologically rich, but invasive species find footholds on land and in water. USGS scientists are testing methods to inventory, control, and remove non-native species, developing...

http://fresc.usgs.gov/products/fs/1683_Schuler.pdf
View Resource RNA Interference Animation

View or download an animated tour through the process of RNA interference.

http://www.nature.com/focus/rnai/animations/index.html
View Resource Exploring Life's Origins: What is RNA?

All modern life on Earth uses three different types of biological molecules that each serve critical functions in the cell. Proteins are the workhorse of the cell and carry out diverse catalytic and...

http://exploringorigins.org/rna.html
View Resource RNA Biology

Library Holdings. RNA Biology is an excellent medium to discuss the current thinking on RNA, from coding and noncoding to therapeutic strategies based on that still very magic molecule. Our...

http://www.landesbioscience.com/journals/rnabiology
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