It's conceivable that English could fracture into two languages some day, particularly if the divergence
were to be driven by a political wedge.
This unusual divergence
reflects different prospects for growth and inflation around the world.
Prominent features of the M RNA segment are a high degree of divergence
at the first part of the M genome, along with conservation of the middle and last regions and the 10-nt termini, which are conserved in all nairoviruses.
The SCN genome is the first available for any plant parasitic nematode," said James McCarter, President and Chief Scientific Officer of Divergence
The structural and political divergence
amongst GECF members means it will continue to have only limited scope to steer the global gas market
This project will study genes underpinning evolutionary divergence
at several stages.
During the past two years, Monsanto and Divergence
have made notable progress and good early success," said Robert T.
The nine studies comprising volume 1 explore the theoretical framework of copyright law, underling issues such as the moral justifications for copyright and the appropriateness of copyright in a globalized world, and the convergence and divergence
of intellectual property rights in the context of globalization.
Subsequent presentations reviewed the results of round robins sponsored by the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) and SEMATECH showing large divergence
between optical- and capacitance-based methods.
Analysis of DNA from mitochondria in the animals' cells revealed little difference between rhinos in eastern and western Sumatra but a 1 percent difference between the Bornean and other Sumatran populations, indicating an evolutionary divergence
Wray, a molecular biologist at Stony Brook, examined detailed records of seven different genes in different species, revealing their rates of divergence
over time from common ancestors.
of foreign policy goals between Beijing and Washington is expected to undermine relations between China and the U.