Spiderbaby's Tunnel of Goats

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Hello World!

Originally from the UK, I now live in the north of Sweden with Crickson

We are scientists :)

I also knit, bake and play the recorder, but not all at once.

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Science resources:

Want to find out about proteins? Try this for starters - RCSB Protein data bank: Molecule of the Month in alphabetical order


Want to find out what is known about any particular gene? Here's a good place to start. - Entrez Gene This is probably my favourite starting point for finding out about a new gene of interest and has handy links to most of the references and sequence information.


Want to find a piece of peer-reviewed scientific research? Want to check the references from an article, or look up the publication record of an expert quoted in a newspaper or blog piece? Try this database. It will give you the abstract (outline) of every paper and will link to the full thing and tell you which articles are free and open-access. - NCBI's PubMed All newly published research is quickly added to this site.


Want to be able to decode DNA? This is how DNA codes for protein, and is, to my eyes, a thing of beauty. - The Genetic Code (presented here as RNA. For DNA, simply replace the U's with T's (Uracil with Thymine)).


And for geeks who need to get out more :) - The PCR Song and another PCR song


Good for your brain: - Ben Goldacre's Bad Science blog

It's the little things that keep you going...


Lucia
At last! Welcome home Lucia :)
About Lucia
Lucia a miscarriage of justice. English translation
Lucia. Other relevant links can be found here
Lucia De Berk - Out but not free - update from Dhamaka
English translation of original (Dutch) site here

Buglife: About Buglife


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14th Apr 2007, 18:11   | tags:,,

MaggieD says:

Yep, it's official spring is here :) .... and there does not seem to be a slug or snail in sight .... well I can't see one chewed leaf ....

14th Apr 2007, 18:47

swamprose says:

wow. I didn't know they grew in masses like that. here we are proud of one plant. these are fragrant?

14th Apr 2007, 19:17

Dhamaka says:

very pretty

14th Apr 2007, 21:37

Caine says:

Beautiful. Love the 3rd shot. :)

15th Apr 2007, 01:46

JokerXL says:

I always thought these were only to be found in pots in garden centers, I see more and more of them along the roadsides, have they been abandoned by their selfish, holiday-going owners? Or just escaped?
;-)

15th Apr 2007, 08:05

Viv says:

they've always grown wild on the banks - the first ones I ever saw were wild ones - definitely native woodland plant along with the violet

15th Apr 2007, 11:57

JokerXL says:

And there's me thinking they were some kind of tropical import, tangible evidence of global warming.
I know loads about trucks though!
And tanks.
;-)

15th Apr 2007, 12:26

Viv says:

:D

15th Apr 2007, 12:31

Spiderbaby says:

They don't have a very strong scent but they do have a complicated sex life, if I remember rightly.

16th Apr 2007, 13:22

FilbertFox says:

for goodness sake, trust Spiderbaby to know about their sex life. And i get accused of being the smutty one, everybody thinks that our Spiderbaby is sweetness and light itself, butter wouldn't melt and all that. Well just for the record, she is.

You free tomorrow lunch time per chance lady? Need to tell you about the email i got from Lisa

17th Apr 2007, 22:04

Poppet says:

Oh thats awful - alluding to lunch when i'm in Manchester and can't go!

Nice primroses though :-)

18th Apr 2007, 15:51