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  • Artist's impression of an RNA stand by UCL Mathematical and Physical Sciences was used under a Creative Commons license and is available at: http://www.flickr.com/photos/93636241@N07/8737208097/in/photolist-ej5tyV-bsycMM-adzK6u-bP3uNH-hw6yye-8V9AgE-9cP3mL-8VxDat-8V9Amb-8V6vYM-8VAEVA-9cKWHa-aMfwwB-8VxG1B-8VXm1h-cpSgCs-8VAGPL-9tzYSQ-bdjK1M-ec6yxi-bdjKZv-cvA56q-jNCZVc-cvA4Um-cvA52j-ejbd2Y-dTKmQi-7A2xr3-7CjjnM-7zXM9R-dRBpWK-dRGZfy-dRBpJ8-fL97AL-i1uzgd
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By: Jessica N. Keating, Brittney Patterson, Roberta Speir, Caroline Wiswell, Luz Aceves Gonzalez, Hema Kundargi, Tugba Bayrak, Colette LaSalle
Figure 7. The results of performing wavelet decomposition and reconstruction on the image pictured in Figure 4.
By: Joshua Michael Lojzim & Marcus Fries
By: Sabrina Chambuso, Bernard Okamo, Vitus Silago, Martha Fidelis Mushi, Erasmus Kamugisha
Figure 5. Pollen germination on sucrose.
By: Anjela J. Lagera, Lloyd O. Balinado, John Rex Baldomero, Hannah Fae I. Rotairo, Nariza L. Tero, Mailyn S. Maghinay, Irma F. Baluyo, Mary Rose Reyes, Regine Galve, Shellie Ann Sibao, Jeramie V. Rufino
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