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Charles Brenton Huggins Nobel Prize winner medicine 1996
<p>Huggins won the 1966 Nobel prize in physiology for discoveries in hormonal treatment of prostatic cancer. He received the award as a co-recipient with Peyton Rous. </p> <p>Huggins is a native of Halifax. Nova Scotia, ...
Studies on the phytoplankton and the water quality at Greenfield
A study of the phytoplankton of the Welsh Dee Estuary, a part of Liverpool Bay, is reported. Correlative studies of the phytoplankton and its biomass with those of the chemical parameters indicated relationships between ...
Alexander Graham Bell’s optical disc and other inventions
The latter part of the 19th century is known to historians as the Gilded Age of Invention. The flurry of inventions created by Alexander Graham Bell is characteristic of the period. when a handful of seemingly heroic ...
President Reports 1993-96
Columella edentula (draparnaud, 1805) (pupillidae). A new addition to Nova Scotia’s terrestrial molusc fauna
Four specimens of Columella edentula (Drapamaud, 1805) (Mollusca: Pupillidae), a snail species previously unreported in Nova Scotia, were collected in July 1995 near Garbarus Bay. This extends the species range into Nova ...
Ovine ILL-thrift in Nova Scotia. 14. Anorexia and digestibility decline in female lambs given 3,7,11-3h3-3-acetoxy-7, 15-dihydroxy-12, 13-epoxytrichothec-9-en-8-one
3,7,11-^3H3-3-Acetoxy-7,15-dihydroxy-12, 13-epoxytrichothec-9-en-8-one (I, R=H, R'=Ac) was produced by Fusarium culmorum(CMI14764) grown on a defined medium supplemented with 5-^3H2- mevalonic acid. The metabolite was ...