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є3 (36), 2013

ISSN: 2310-3000

#3(36), 2013

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IN THIS ISSUE:

Among the historical relics connected with the war against Napoleon У120 dozens of paper kurchiefs with the map of the European theater of War 1812Ф manufactured at the factory of D.G. Burylin, a well-known collector and patron

Electrospinning has made it possible to create the polymeric prostheses for blood vessels almost as good in their properties as the natural prototype

Pharmacological modifiers of stem cells allow the structure of tissues and organs to be regenerated in the cases currently regarded as incurable

Having trapped a nematode into a contracting ring or sticky loops, the predatory fungus paralyzes its prey and enters its body secreting antibiotics and УdigestiveФ enzymes





 

Foxes of the Kronotsky Reserve are distinguished for their bright color and big size. They are common everywhere but are especially numerous in the offshore zone, their favorite area for burrowing. The red foxes have got used to human presence and can approach field stationsand cordons.
Photo by I. Shpilenok

 
 

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