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    • Factors involved in the regulation of purine degradation genes in Sinorhizobium meliloti 

      Walsh, Keith Thomas (University of Waterloo, 2010-12-07)
      Genes involved in purine degradation in Sinorhizobium meliloti to date remain largely uncharacterized. Analysis of the bdhAxdhA2xdhB2 operon established a link between the degradation of purines and the carbon storage ...
    • Generational Effects of Bisphenol A on Growth and Stress Performance in Rainbow Trout 

      Birceanu, Oana (University of Waterloo, 2014-06-25)
      The aquatic environment is severely impacted by xenobiotics that are released due to anthropogenic activities, threatening ecosystem health. Some of these contaminants accumulate in lipophilic fish tissues and are maternally ...
    • Implications of copper and nickel exposure to different members of the Hyalella azteca species complex 

      Leung, Jessica (University of Waterloo, 2014-04-25)
      Hyalella azteca, an amphipod crustacean, is frequently used in freshwater toxicity tests. Since the mid-1980s, numerous organizations have collected and established cultures of H. azteca originating from localities across ...
    • kupferschmidt / kupferschmid / kupferschmidte 

      Smith, Jill (University of Waterloo, 2024-04-29)
      kupferschmidt / kupferschmid / kupferschmidte is a sculpture and installation-based thesis exhibition which uses materiality and autobiography to question the role of preservation in my life, as a Jewish woman. In this ...
    • Seedlings 

      Galarneau, Sarah (University of Waterloo, 2022-05-05)
      Seedlings is a fictional, constructed ecosystem. It is a garden-like installation consisting of a coming-together of numerous printed, gathered, gifted, and reconstituted components that “cross-pollinate” the gallery space. ...

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