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unsicker

(ʌnˈsɪkə)
adj
obsolete Scot unsettled
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Louis; Dean Plocher, R-Des Peres; Sarah Unsicker, D-Shrewsbury; David Gregory, R-St.
Unsicker, "Expression of a novel member of the TGF-[beta] superfamily, growth/differentiation factor-15/macrophage-inhibiting cytokine-1 (GDF-15/MIC-1) in adult rat tissues," Cell and Tissue Research, vol.
2011a,b,c); insolation (Unsicker & Mody 2005), microclimate formed by the plant canopy (Basset 1991; Leite et al.
Warren Unsicker, president and CEO of 4CED, said the grant allows the organization to make a greater impact on the community.
(17.) Schlittenhardt D, Schober A, Strelau J, Bonaterra GA, Schmiedt W, Unsicker K, et al.
Unsicker, "Morphological alterations in the amygdala and hippocampus of mice during aging," The European Journal of Neuroscience, vol.
Unsicker, "Functions of fibroblast growth factor (FGF)-2 and FGF-5 in astroglial differentiation and blood-brain barrier permeability: evidence from mouse mutants," Journal of Neuroscience, vol.
[11.] Schober A, Bottner M, Strelau J, Kinscherf R, Bonaterra GA, Barth M, Schilling L, Fairlie WD, Breit SN, Unsicker K.
Unsicker, "MPTP treatment impairs tyrosine hydroxylase immunopositive fibers not only in the striatum, but also in the amygdala," Neurodegenerative Diseases, vol.
2006a); 2) the sun exposure, which may influence the quality of the host plant tissues (Unsicker and Mody 2005); 3) the creation of microclimates, and 4) the impact of herbivores, which prefers the parts of plants that have the smallest presence of natural enemies (enemy-free space) (Unsicker and Mody 2005).