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BioScience Vol. 63 Issue 11 Nov 2013

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BioScience presents articles dealing with current advances in the field of biological science for researchers, administrators and teachers. It is published by the American Institute of Biological Sciences (AIBS).
 
In the Current Issue of BioScience (Vol. 63 Issue 11 Nov 2013):
 
Below are links to full-text articles courtesy of Rizal Library for on-campus access only.
 
By: OGDEN, LESLEY EVANS. BioScience. Nov2013, Vol. 63 Issue 11, p845-851. 7p.
The article discusses the integration of designed experiments into urban planning.
 
By: FELSON, ALEXANDER J.; PAVAO-ZUCKERMAN, MITCHELL; CARTER, TIMOTHY; MONTALTO, FRANCO; SHUSTER, BILL; SPRINGER, NIKKI; STANDER, EMILIE K.; STARRY, OLYSSA. BioScience. Nov2013, Vol. 63 Issue 11, p854-865. 12p.
The integration of research into the design process is an opportunity to build ecologically informed urban design solutions.
 
By: BUMA, BRIAN; BROWN, CARISSA D.; DONATO, DAN C.; FONTAINE, JOSEPH B.; JOHNSTONE, JILL F. BioScience. Nov2013, Vol. 63 Issue 11, p866-876. 11p.
Climatic change is anticipated to alter disturbance regimes for many ecosystems. Among the most important effects are changes in the frequency, size, and intensity of wildfires. 
 
By: HORDIJK, WIM. BioScience. Nov2013, Vol. 63 Issue 11, p877-881. 5p.
The origin of life is one of the most important but also one of the most difficult problems in science. Autocatalytic sets are believed to have played an important role in the origin of life.
 
By: FELSON, ALEXANDER J.; OLDFIELD, EMILY E.; BRADFORD, MARK A. BioScience. Nov2013, Vol. 63 Issue 11, p882-890. 9p
 
Access the contents of the past issues of this journal through the following databases made available by the Rizal Library for on-campus use:
 

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