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  • R (resistance) proteins | Biology Online Blog
    Betrays Its Host Posted on September 23 2014 by biology online It came as a surprise to me recently to realize how much is known about the immune responses of plants and moreover how much there is to know There is I found detailed molecular information about how our botanical cousins defend themselves hellip Continue reading Posted in Microbiology Tagged Bacteria Buchnera GroEL Immunity Infection MAMPs Microbe Associated Molecular Patterns

    Original URL path: http://www.biology-online.org/blog/?tag=r-resistance-proteins (2016-02-17)
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  • Air pollination | Biology Online Blog
    Archives Air pollination What s next for the allergy season Posted on August 18 2014 by biology online This cold spring brought a late season for the trees but this does not have any impact on what is going to happen in August and the fall for outdoor pollen and mold spores There are many weeds that cause hellip Continue reading Posted in Aerobiology Tagged Air pollination Allergy Alternaria Basidiomycota

    Original URL path: http://www.biology-online.org/blog/?tag=air-pollination (2016-02-17)
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  • Alternaria | Biology Online Blog
    Tag Archives Alternaria What s next for the allergy season Posted on August 18 2014 by biology online This cold spring brought a late season for the trees but this does not have any impact on what is going to happen in August and the fall for outdoor pollen and mold spores There are many weeds that cause hellip Continue reading Posted in Aerobiology Tagged Air pollination Allergy Alternaria Basidiomycota

    Original URL path: http://www.biology-online.org/blog/?tag=alternaria (2016-02-17)
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  • How Celiac Disease Affects The Digestive System | Biology Online Blog
    help of other enzymes and hydrochloric acid When the broken down food particles gets into the small intestines magic starts to happen The products of the broken down food i e amino acids monosaccharides nucleic acids etc get absorbed into our bloodstream and are taken to the parts of the body that need them Our body then assembles the proteins carbs and all of the other substances needed for our survival In order for us to produce those important molecules as needed the digestive process has to happen efficiently Small intestine of individual with celiac disease When we eat food containing gluten i e wheat barley oats etc it goes through this normal digestion process However one of the proteins that is formed by breaking down gluten is called gliadin This is normally not a problem and is further broken down by the immune system and the amino acids products of protein breakdown are absorbed by the body to be used to make our own proteins In individuals with celiac disease the presence of gliadin does something different and not as fun It initiates a hyperactive immune response where the body not only attacks the molecule that s seen as a foreign body it also attacks the small intestines It s like in those action movies where the hero comes into a neighborhood to get rid of the bad guys but ends up also shooting up the entire neighborhood blowing up the cars and causing a bunch of damage Imagine that happening inside your body but not as violently Normal small intestine Note the villi That s what s happening with the small intestines in individuals with celiac disease and the result is damage to the intestinal villi those little finger like projections lining the wall of the intestines Since

    Original URL path: http://www.biology-online.org/blog/?p=424 (2016-02-17)
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  • Physiology | Biology Online Blog
    Directory Share your work Skip to content Aerobiology Category Archives Physiology How Celiac Disease Affects The Digestive System Posted on June 2 2014 by biology online Celiac disease is a condition that affects the digestive systems of many individuals all over the world and in this article the goal is to explain it in a way that anyone can understand what s really happening We might even hellip Continue reading

    Original URL path: http://www.biology-online.org/blog/?cat=36 (2016-02-17)
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  • The pollen season for 2014 – a Pollen Vortex? | Biology Online Blog
    continued on with their season Fraxinus Ash What is happening is that some of the early pollinators which I listed in my previous blog came and went with a bit of a shorter season The pollen levels were still high but for a shorter time Now this is not true of all regions since the weather changes from the east to the west coast Alberta is just finishing their very high poplar season Poplar is one of the earlier trees so they are really late Alberta does have Chinooks so this is how the trees adapt there We are now noticing the later trees like birch ash and the oaks are now having their season with a slight overlap with the poplars This is what happens in a season that has been delayed due to a late spring All indications are that the later trees are having a bit of a slow start due to the temperatures at night still being quite cool However they will likely have high seasons Our data and research shows that the trees adapt to whatever the weather except for ice storms where the trees are totally demolished Trees know how to preserve their energy and they have a mechanism that helps the species to survive Quercus prinus Oak Victoria is already into its grass season This is early and also from the looks of the start of the season it may turn out to be a high season Looking at our data the start of the season can be an indicator of what the rest of the season will be for that site This applies to Vancouver and Kelowna as well We use this as an indicator as well for what may happen with the grass season in the rest of our locations A

    Original URL path: http://www.biology-online.org/blog/?p=397 (2016-02-17)
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  • Mold | Biology Online Blog
    Skip to content Aerobiology Tag Archives Mold The pollen season for 2014 a Pollen Vortex Posted on May 22 2014 by biology online I am going to do a follow up of my last post regarding the pollen season of 2014 and the cold spring that occurred First I would like to refer to this term that has been used this season called hellip Continue reading Posted in Aerobiology Tagged

    Original URL path: http://www.biology-online.org/blog/?tag=mold (2016-02-17)
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  • Pollen Vortex | Biology Online Blog
    to content Aerobiology Tag Archives Pollen Vortex The pollen season for 2014 a Pollen Vortex Posted on May 22 2014 by biology online I am going to do a follow up of my last post regarding the pollen season of 2014 and the cold spring that occurred First I would like to refer to this term that has been used this season called hellip Continue reading Posted in Aerobiology Tagged

    Original URL path: http://www.biology-online.org/blog/?tag=pollen-vortex (2016-02-17)
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