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Previously that miscreant switch had been identified in rice plants and was named “karma.”
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There’s a hardware switch to turn off the microphones completely, but that defeats one of the key functions of the device.
You don’t just flip a switch from dry enough to burn to not dry enough to burn.
Cabana’s change in demographics exemplifies what could be a long-term switch from long-distance air travel to domestic road travel.
Their technique relies on a series of synthetic proteins that can be customized to create a variety of switches.
The Celtics are extraordinarily coordinated when it comes to executing pre-post-up switches.
The news comes a week after a California judge denied Uber and Lyft’s request for more time to make the switch.
I’m happy to say though that as I’ve moved up in my career and have gotten older, I no longer feel the need to code-switch and truly bring my full self to work every day.
Evans is well known in the field for having discovered a family of hormone receptors that act as genetic switches.
He lifted his head, looked around him, and was just going to switch off the light, when he noticed the open book on his table.
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