Pom 1 is not the size ruler

Novák, Béla
November 2013
Cell Cycle;11/15/2013, Vol. 12 Issue 22, p3463
Academic Journal
No abstract available.


Related Articles

  • Stitch a pom-pom quilt.  // Country Living;Jul95, Vol. 18 Issue 7, p51 

    Describes how to stitch a pom-pom quilt bedcover. Quilt sizes; Materials; Sewing Instructions.

  • Selling out? Barber, Nicholas // Director;Oct2011, Vol. 65 Issue 2, p16 

    The article reviews the documentary films "Super Size Me" and "POM Wonderful Presents: The Greatest Movie Ever Sold," both directed by Morgan Spurlock.

  • Pom Poms. Hampp, Andrew // Billboard;4/20/2013, Vol. 125 Issue 15, p34 

    The article reviews the song "Pom Poms," by Jonas Brothers.

  • Does the iceberg profile discriminate between successful and less successful athletes? Rowley, Allan J.; Landers, Daniel M. // Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology;Jun1995, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p185 

    Conducts a meta-analysis on 33 studies comparing the Profile of Mood States (POMS) scores of athletes differing in success to estimate the magnitude of the findings. Common use of POMS to measure mental health in athletes; Overall effect size; Amount of variance; More positive mood profile...

  • INTO THE WOODS.  // Australian House & Garden;Feb2015, p47 

    The article offers news briefs on various commercial products including a Leif leather bag from Funkis, a Plus oak candlestick from Blanc-Léger, and the Moroccan Pom Pom king-size wool blanket from LuMu Interiors.

  • Dynamics of Particulate Organic Matter following biomass addition from fallow-improvement species in southern Mali. B. Kaya; P.K.R. Nair // Agroforestry Systems;May2004, Vol. 60 Issue 3, p267 

    Knowledge about the nature and turnover rates of soil organic matter (SOM) is a key to soil fertility maintenance, especially in traditional farming systems. Particulate organic matter (POM), rather than total SOM content, is now considered a better measure of the soilÂ’s fertility....

  • Identification and Characterization of a Novel Porin Family Highlights a Major Difference in the Outer Membrane of Chlamydial Symbionts and Pathogens. Aistleitner, Karin; Heinz, Christian; Hörmann, Alexandra; Heinz, Eva; Montanaro, Jacqueline; Schulz, Frederik; Maier, Elke; Pichler, Peter; Benz, Roland; Horn, Matthias // PLoS ONE;Jan2013, Vol. 8 Issue 1, Special section p1 

    The Chlamydiae constitute an evolutionary well separated group of intracellular bacteria comprising important pathogens of humans as well as symbionts of protozoa. The amoeba symbiont Protochlamydia amoebophila lacks a homologue of the most abundant outer membrane protein of the Chlamydiaceae,...

  • Molecule-Based Water-Oxidation Catalysts (WOCs): Cluster-Size-Dependent Dye-Sensitized Polyoxometalates for Visible-Light-Driven O2 Evolution. Junkuo Gao; Shaowen Cao; Qiuling Tay; Yi Liu; Lingmin Yu; Kaiqi Ye; Peter Choon Sze Mun; Yongxin Li; Ganguly Rakesh; Say Chye Joachim Loo; Zhong Chen; Yang Zhao; Can Xue; Qichun Zhang // Scientific Reports;5/17/2013, Vol. 3, p1 

    From atomic level to understand the cluster-size-dependant behavior of dye-sensitized photocatalysts is very important and helpful to design new photocatalytic materials. Although the relationship between the photocatalytic behaviors and particles' size/shape has been widely investigated by...

  • Mathematical Model of a Cell Size Checkpoint. Vilela, Marco; Morgan, Jeffrey J.; Lindahl, Paul A. // PLoS Computational Biology;Dec2010, Vol. 6 Issue 12, p1 

    How cells regulate their size from one generation to the next has remained an enigma for decades. Recently, a molecular mechanism that links cell size and cell cycle was proposed in fission yeast. This mechanism involves changes in the spatial cellular distribution of two proteins, Pom1 and...

  • ruler.  // Artist's Illustrated Encyclopedia;2001, p371 

    A definition of the term "ruler" is presented. It refers to a straightedge with units of measurement marked off. The ruler is helpful while using the sighting method of estimating the sizes and spacings of distant objects as compared to a pencil or a brush.


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics