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Highlights of Organellewars: The Endoplasmic Reticulum

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This is the third part of the #organellewars round-up. Read up on the background here, if you missed it! Reticulum Rocks (@Reticulum_Rocks) http://storify.com/Reticulum_Rocks/the-story-of-a-hard-working-organelle-called-endop EndoRetic (@EndoRetic) http://storify.com/EndoRetic/organellewars EndoReticulum (@EndoReticulum) http://storify.com/EndoReticulum/endoplasmic-reticulium    

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Highlights of Organellewars: The Nucleus

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This is the second part of the #organellewars round-up. Read up on the background here, if you missed it! NuCleanNucleus2012 (@NuCleanNucleus) http://storify.com/NuCleanNucleus/organellewars-revenge-of-the-nuclei Nucleus Cellsmarts (@cell_smarts) http://storify.com/cell_smarts/the-jorney-of-nucleus-cellsmarts Nucleus 2012 http://storify.com/WilliamWang/nucleus-2012  

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The Highlights of Organellewars: Ribosomes

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The dust has settled. All candidates have given their speeches, distributed flyers and bribes baked goods. The votes have been cast and Mr Graba has announced  the winners. I am talking about the first organelle presidential campaign on Twitter, or short…

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The Modern Language of Flowers

If you lived in Victorian times and wanted to tell someone that you loved them, you would have given them a red rose. In the Language of Flowers, roses have always been a symbol for deep affection. Did you know…

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Meet the Microscopes

“You must be the new research technician. Good to have you on board!” If the Brasilian doctor and scientistCarlos Chagas had said these words to you and asked you to look at Trypanosoma parasites with a microscope, it would have…

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