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MOspace welcomes submissions of articles, white papers, data sets, conference presentations and other scholarly product in their final form for permanent preservation from throughout the university. For more information click on the buttons to the left or send a message to mospace@missouri.edu

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  • DNA uptake by bacteria and eucaryotic cells 

    Tomasz, Alexander (University of Missouri, Agricultural Experiment Station, 1973)
  • Studies of recombination in yeast 

    Roman, Herschel (University of Missouri, Agricultural Experiment Station, 1973)
  • A portrait of E.G. Anderson 1891-1973 

    Rhoades, M. M. (University of Missouri, Agricultural Experiment Station, 1973)
  • Membranes and mutations in chlamydomonas reinhardi 

    Levine, R. P. (University of Missouri, Agricultural Experiment Station, 1973)
  • Genetic unity and biochemical diversity in genetic recombination mechanisms 

    Hotchkiss, Rollin D. (University of Missouri, Agricultural Experiment Station, 1973)
    Obstacles to the unification of recombination mechanisms are: the multiplicity of ways of systematizirig and describing the telltale aberrant or exceptional recombination events, and the substantially different ways of ...
  • The genetics, evolution and expression of antibody molecules 

    Hood, Lee (University of Missouri, Agricultural Experiment Station, 1973)
    The vertebrate immune system shares certain general properties with other complex systems in higher organisms and, accordingly, may serve as an ideal model for studying various aspects of differentiation and evolution in ...
  • Judges, genes and man 

    Hodges, Raymond (University of Missouri, Agricultural Experiment Station, 1973)
    The impact of the developing science of human genetics on society will produce social conflicts and raise social questions which require legal solutions. Particular problems are limitations on human experimentation; legal ...
  • Tryptohan photoproduct as a genetic probe : effects on bacteria 

    Eisenstark, A. (University of Missouri, Agricultural Experiment Station, 1973)
    Recombinationless (rec) mutants of bacteria are sensitive to visible and near-ultraviolet wavelengths of light. In addition, these mutants are sensitive to a tryptophan photoproduct that results from irradiation of this ...
  • Eugenic srevisited : the case for germinal choice 

    Carlson, Elof Axel (University of Missouri, Agricultural Experiment Station, 1973)
  • Bird data : India, Kolkata 

    Sen, Sumit K (http://www.kolkatabirds.com, 2011)
    Birds of India provides information on Indian birds and on birding in India. Launched as 'Birds of Kolkata' in 2001, it is a birding resource containing images, checklists, trip reports, hotspots & much more. The site is ...
  • Bird data - New Zealand, Dunedin 

    van Heezik, Yolanda; Smyth, Amber; Mathieu, Renaud (Landscape and Urban Planning, 2008)
    Few urban studies of avian diversity discriminate between native and exotic species, although highly modified urban environments typically support significant numbers of non-native species. High overall diversity may mask ...
  • Mapping Missouri with MU digital dollections 

    Sumner, Mitch (2018)
    As more information becomes available through digital repositories, people are using that information in varied and exciting ways. Among the University of Missouri Libraries' digital collections, maps are of particular ...
  • Keeping up with scholarly identity : networks, identifiers, and metrics 

    Dykas, Felicity; Suiter, Amy; Moulaison Sandy, Heather (2018)
    A host of resources and tools are used to organize research, demonstrate value, and build communities. Researchers and librarians need to understand the pros and cons of each. This poster gives an overview of some options.
  • Sesquicentennial sampler 

    University of Missouri--Columbia. Libraries (University of Missouri--Columbia. Libraries, 1989?)
    Poster issued in honor of the University of Missouri's 150 birthday. It includes a list of 150 books selected by high-school teachers and University of Missouri-Columbia faculty and students.
  • Mizzou must-reads 

    University of Missouri--Columbia. Libraries (University of Missouri--Columbia. Libraries, 2014?)
    Poster issued in honor of the University of Missouri's 175th anniversary. It includes a list of 175 influential books recommended by professors. The books are organized in categories: autobiographies and memoirs, fiction, ...
  • Should you reassess your patient’s asthma diagnosis? 

    Stevermer, James J.; Hayes, Alisa (Family Physicians Inquiries Network, 2018-11)
    Should you reassess your patient's asthma diagnosis? Asthma may not be a permanent diagnosis in adults. A study finds that up to one-third of adults with physician-diagnosed asthma no longer had it after 5 years. ...
  • Time to stop glucosamine and chondroitin for knee OA? 

    Lyon, Corey; Mullen, Rebecca; Ashby, Drew (Family Physicians Inquiries Network, 2018-09)
    Time to stop glucosamine and chondroitin for knee OA? Prior studies provided conflicting results regarding the efficacy of these medications. This study offers evidence for discontinuing them. Practice changer: Tell patients ...
  • Time to switch to nonsterile gloves for these procedures? 

    Castelli, Gregory; Friedlander, Mary Pat (Family Physicians Inquiries Network, 2018-08)
    Time to switch to nonsterile gloves for these procedures? Are sterile gloves worth the extra cost for common cutaneous surgeries? This systematic review and meta-analysis provides answers. Practice changer: Using nonsterile ...
  • First-time, mild diverticulitis: Antibiotics or watchful waiting? 

    Marshall, Bob; Prasad, Shailendra; Noel, Mary Alice; Burket, Jeffrey; Arnold, Michael; Arthur, Benjamin; Bennett, Nick; Smith, Ashley (Family Physicians Inquiries Network, 2018-07)
    First-time, mild diverticulitis: antibiotics or watchful waiting? Dn't jump to antibiotic Tx for mild, uncomplicated diverticulitis, a recent RCT says. Observation may be just as effective. Practice changer: For mild, ...
  • Let low-risk moms eat during labor? 

    Phelps, Karen; Davers, Justin; Seehusen, Dean A.; Stevermer, James J. (Family Physicians Inquiries Network, 2018-06)
    Let low-risk moms eat during labor? Allowing low-risk pregnant women to eat less restrictive diets during labor may not only make them happier, but may shorten labor, too. Practice changer: Allowing low-risk patients ...

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