Arens points out that when Columbus landed to colonize
the southern islands, "the Caribs ran from their villages at the sight of the Spaniards".
By planting the internally colonized seed, the bacteria get activated and proliferate and colonize
the offspring generation plants.
Muscle stem cells, also called satellite cells, colonize
a niche that is located between the plasma membrane of the muscle cell and the surrounding basal lamina.
After landing, the dealates search and colonize
Having a better understanding of when, why and how these bacteria colonize
could lead to practical ways to inhibit their colonization and growth.
Or is my review of these women's work simply another attempt to colonize
the voices of women of color--one of the main accusations leveled at white feminism by the editors and contributors of this volume?
According to DiLorenzo, famed abolitionist William Lloyd Garrison certainly understood Lincoln's intentions to colonize
blacks in other lands when Garrison declared, "President Lincoln may colonize
himself if he choose, but it is an impertinent act, on his part, to propose the getting rid of those who are as good as himself."
a large swathe of Manhattan is an opportunity afforded very few institutions and even fewer architects.
It is applied beneath the plant canopy, where it competes against its aflatoxin-producing cousins, which generally colonize
plants that are stressed by drought conditions.
Hundreds of years and hundreds of light-years from Earth, Matthew Fleury is awakened from cold sleep to help colonize
the new clone-Earth world called Ararat.
Of all the ways animals might reach islands to colonize
them, boating has long been a controversial option.
It tells the story of the rise of early civilizations and asks why some peoples got a headstart over others, enabling them to colonize