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12 July 1984 Vol 310 No 5973 pp87-164
Opinion
Scientific Correspondence
Matters Arising
Book Reviews
News
Correspondence
News and Views
Review
Articles
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Opinion
Farmers and conservationists 87
The long-standing conflict between agriculturists and conservationists, recently sharpened in Britain, will engulf Europe in the next few years. The British House of Lords has pointed comment.
doi:10.1038/310087a0
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Scientific Correspondence
Semen polyamines in AIDS pathogenesis 103
J.D. WILLIAMSON
doi:10.1038/310103a0
References | PDF (137K)
Semen polyamines in AIDS pathogenesis 103
GENE M. SHEARER & A. RABSON
doi:10.1038/310103b0
PDF (137K)
Caution on AIDS viruses 103
J.A. SONNABEND
doi:10.1038/310103c0
PDF (137K)
Somatic gene mutation and breast carcinoma 103
MAJ HULTEN
doi:10.1038/310103d0
PDF (292K)
Mutualism disagreement 104
R. LAW, V. HUTSON & D.H. LEWIS
doi:10.1038/310104a0
References | PDF (155K)
Archaeopteryx's morphology 104
M. E. HOWGATE
doi:10.1038/310104b0
References | PDF (155K)
Matters Arising
Cold Gondwana, warm Tethys and the Tibetan Lhasa block 165
M. G. AUDLEY-CHARLES
doi:10.1038/310165a0
References | PDF (127K)
Cold Gondwana, warm Tethys and the Tibetan Lhasa block 165
CLAUDE J. ALLÈGRE
doi:10.1038/310165b0
References | PDF (247K)
Oxygen isotope ratios in plants 166
R. PARR
doi:10.1038/310166a0
References | PDF (124K)
Oxygen isotope ratios in plants (reply) 166
H. FÖRSTEL
doi:10.1038/310166b0
References | PDF (124K)
Book Reviews
Taking on the Creationists 167
Philip Kitcher reviews Science and Creationism.  Edited by  Ashley Montagu
doi:10.1038/310167a0
PDF (139K)
History by numbers 168
C.W. Kilmister reviews Number Theory: An Approach through History from Hammurapi to Legendre.  By  André Weil
doi:10.1038/310168a0
PDF (142K)
Ecologists' talk 168
Michael J. Crawley reviews A New Ecology: Novel Approaches to Interactive Systems.  Edited by  Peter W. Price, C.N. Slobodchikoff & William S. Gaud
doi:10.1038/310168b0
PDF (302K)
Star-watching from Leiden 169
Pieter B. Bosma reviews De Leidse Sterrewacht: Vier Eeuwen Wacht bij Dag en bij Nacht.  By  Gijsbert van Herk, Herman Kleibrink & Willem Bijleveld
doi:10.1038/310169a0
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150 years of astronomy 169
doi:10.1038/310169b0
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Improving muscular effort 170
R.C. Woledge reviews Handbook of Physiology: Section 10, Skeletal Muscle.  Edited by  Lee D. Peachey, Richard H. Adrian & Stephen R. Geiger
doi:10.1038/310170a0
PDF (144K)
Meteoric principles 170
David W. Hughes reviews Physics of Meteoric Phenomena.  By  V.A. Bronshten
doi:10.1038/310170b0
PDF (144K)
News
US astronomy: Kitt Peak and other observatories shaken up 88
Stephen Budiansky
doi:10.1038/310088a0
PDF (129K)
Mt Wilson telescope for axe 88
Stephen Budiansky
doi:10.1038/310088b0
PDF (129K)
Correction 88
doi:10.1038/310088c0
PDF (129K)
US research budget: Spending plan remains intact 89
Stephen Budiansky
doi:10.1038/310089a0
PDF (133K)
Soviet emigré case not resolved 89
Vera Rich
doi:10.1038/310089b0
PDF (133K)
UK nuclear tests: Another Australian inquiry 90
Jeffrey Sellar
doi:10.1038/310090a0
PDF (132K)
Japanese research: Call for industrial university 90
Alun Anderson
doi:10.1038/310090b0
PDF (132K)
UK electronics: Sleeping giant waking up? 91
John Maddox
doi:10.1038/310091a0
PDF (136K)
Conglomerate research revives 91
doi:10.1038/310091b0
PDF (136K)
Ageing Japan: Riches make for longevity 92
Alun Anderson
doi:10.1038/310092a0
PDF (130K)
Polish science: Administration changes afoot 92
Vera Rich
doi:10.1038/310092b0
PDF (273K)
Chinese research administration: Relics of cultural revolution 92
Vera Rich
doi:10.1038/310092c0
PDF (130K)
Yugoslav dissent: Physicist's passport confiscated 93
Vera Rich
doi:10.1038/310093a0
PDF (144K)
UK agriculture: Shake-up for research 93
John Maddox
doi:10.1038/310093b0
PDF (144K)
Indo-Soviet yoga: Space exercises still up aloft 94
Vera Rich
doi:10.1038/310094a0
PDF (121K)
UK biotechnlogy: What market, what share? 94
doi:10.1038/310094b0
PDF (121K)
Correspondence
Nuclear building-down 95
JACK N. BARKENBUS & ALVIN M. WEINBERG
doi:10.1038/310095a0
PDF (130K)
Nuclear proliferation 95
DAVID LOWRY
doi:10.1038/310095b0
PDF (130K)
Homer's sea 95
JASPER GRIFFIN
doi:10.1038/310095c0
PDF (130K)
Black as grapes 95
MARTIN PULBROOK
doi:10.1038/310095d0
PDF (130K)
Basically musical 96
KENSHI HAYASHI & NOBUO MUNAKATA
doi:10.1038/310096a0
References | PDF (131K)
All Greek to me 96
A.C. SELDEN
doi:10.1038/310096b0
PDF (131K)
Abstract policy 96
H.E. KENNEDY
doi:10.1038/310096c0
PDF (131K)
Peer revue 96
MALCOLM IOSSON
doi:10.1038/310096d0
References | PDF (131K)
Bacterial problems 96
PETER H. RAVEN
doi:10.1038/310096e0
PDF (131K)
News & Views
CERN comes out again on top 97
With the discovery of the electroweak bosons (W± and Z0) in the bag, CERN now announces the discovery of the quark called top. What will come next?
John Maddox
doi:10.1038/310097a0
PDF (126K)
Gene regulation: Throwing light on plant genes 98
Robert Shields
doi:10.1038/310098a0
References | PDF (135K)
Planetary science: Source of the oldest lunar basalt 98
S.R. Taylor
doi:10.1038/310098b0
PDF (276K)
Virology: Epstein–Barr virus in epithelium 99
Alan Rickinson
doi:10.1038/310099a0
References | PDF (282K)
Molecular biology: New twist to DNA methylation 100
Edward E. Max
doi:10.1038/310100a0
References | PDF (141K)
Vertebrate palaeontology: Rauisuchians and the success of dinosaurs 101
Michael Benton
doi:10.1038/310101a0
References | PDF (114K)
Astronomy: What triggers a quasar? 102
C. Martin Gaskell
doi:10.1038/310102a0
References | PDF (149K)
100 years ago 102
doi:10.1038/310102b0
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Review
A microchemical facility for the analysis and synthesis of genes and proteins 105
M. Hunkapiller, S. Kent, M. Caruthers, W. Dreyer, J. Firca, C. Giffin, S. Horvath, T. Hunkapiller, P. Tempst & L. Hood
doi:10.1038/310105a0
Abstract & References | PDF (871K)
Articles
Multiple imaging of quasars by galaxies and clusters 112
Ramesh Narayan, Roger Blandford & Rajaram Nityananda
doi:10.1038/310112a0
Abstract & References | PDF (437K)
Light-inducible and chloroplast-associated expression of a chimaeric gene introduced into Nicotiana tabacum using a Ti plasmid vector 115
L. Herrera-Estrella, G. Van den Broeck, R. Maenhaut, M. Van Montagu, J. Schell, M. Timko & A. Cashmore
doi:10.1038/310115a0
Abstract & References | PDF (690K)
Letters
Magnetic flare model of γ-ray bursts 121
E. P. Liang & S. K. Antiochos
doi:10.1038/310121a0
First paragraph & References | PDF (214K)
Detection of new molecules in the visible spectrum of Comet IRAS–Araki–Alcock (1983 d) 122
Cristiano B. Cosmovici & Sergio Ortolani
doi:10.1038/310122a0
First paragraph & References | PDF (266K)
A new interstellar molecule: triearbon monoxide 125
Henry E. Matthews, William M. Irvine, Per Friberg, Ronald D. Brown & Peter D. Godfrey
doi:10.1038/310125a0
First paragraph & References | PDF (218K)
Micrometre-sized polymer layers synthesized by MeV ions impinging on frozen methane 126
G. Foti, L. Calcagno, K. L. Sheng & G. Strazzulla
doi:10.1038/310126a0
First paragraph & References | PDF (311K)
Possible role of cloudiness in the persistence of the Southern Oscillation 128
Peter B. Wright
doi:10.1038/310128a0
First paragraph & References | PDF (319K)
Modelling radioactive waste disposal by penetrator experiments in the abyssal Atlantic Ocean 130
T. J. Freeman, C. N. Murray, T. J. G. Francis, S. D. McPhail & P. J. Schultheiss
doi:10.1038/310130a0
First paragraph & References | PDF (380K)
Discovery of a large brine deep in the northern Red Sea 133
Guy Pautot, Pol Guennoc, Alain Coutelle & Nikos Lyberis
doi:10.1038/310133a0
First paragraph & References | PDF (511K)
Zones of coastal hypoxia revealed by satellite scanning have implications for strategic fishing 136
Thomas D. Leming & Warren E. Stuntz
doi:10.1038/310136a0
First paragraph & References | PDF (387K)
Greater contribution to blood lead from water than from air 138
P. C. Elwood, J. E. J. Gallacher, Karin M. Phillips, B. E. Davies & C. Toothill
doi:10.1038/310138a0
First paragraph & References | PDF (366K)
Increase of corticotropin-releasing factor staining in rat paraventricular nucleus neurones by depletion of hypothalamic adrenaline 140
Éva Mezey, J. Z. Kiss, L. R. Skirboll, M. Goldstein & J. Axelrod
doi:10.1038/310140a0
First paragraph & References | PDF (299K)
Topological distribution of different forms of neural cell adhesion molecule in the developing chick visual system 141
Burkhard Schlosshauer, Uli Schwarz & Urs Rutishauser
doi:10.1038/310141a0
First paragraph & References | PDF (416K)
Different forms of p53 detected by monoclonal antibodies in non-dividing and dividing lymphocytes 143
Jo Milner
doi:10.1038/310143a0
First paragraph & References | PDF (380K)
Immortalized B lymphocytes produce B-cell growth factor 145
John Gordon, Steven C. Ley, Mark D. Melamed, Leonard S. English & Nevin C. Hughes-Jones
doi:10.1038/310145a0
First paragraph & References | PDF (355K)
Epidermal growth factor stimulates guanine nucleotide binding activity and phosphorylation of ras oncogene proteins 147
Tohru Kamata & James R. Feramisco
doi:10.1038/310147a0
First paragraph & References | PDF (549K)
Role of soluble myosin in cortical contractions of Xenopus eggs 150
Kathy Christensen, Roger Sauterer & R. W. Merriam
doi:10.1038/310150a0
First paragraph & References | PDF (231K)
Quantification of the close association between DNA haplotypes and specific β-thalassaemia mutations in Mediterraneans 152
Haig H. Kazazian Jr, Stuart H. Orkin, Alexander F. Markham, Catherine R. Chapman, Hagop Youssoufian & Pamela G. Waber
doi:10.1038/310152a0
First paragraph & References | PDF (360K)
DNA sequences of telomeres maintained in yeast 154
Janis Shampay, Jack W. Szostak & Elizabeth H. Blackburn
doi:10.1038/310154a0
First paragraph & References | PDF (586K)
Unusual DNA sequences associated with the ends of yeast chromosomes 157
Richard W. Walmsley, Clarence S. M. Chan, Bik-Kwoon Tye & Thomas D. Petes
doi:10.1038/310157a0
First paragraph & References | PDF (485K)
Triple-point behaviour of human haemoglobin 160
Stanley J. Gill & Brough Richey
doi:10.1038/310160a0
First paragraph & References | PDF (241K)
Spontaneous generation and amplification of optical activity in α-amino acids by enantioselective occlusion into centrosymmetric crystals of glycine 161
I. Weissbuch, L. Addadi, Z. Berkovitch-Yellin, E. Gati, M. Lahav & L. Leiserowitz
doi:10.1038/310161a0
First paragraph & References | PDF (475K)
Erratum: Characterization of DNA sequences through which cadmium and glucocorticoid hormones induce human metallothionein-IIA gene 164
doi:10.1038/310164a0
PDF (180K)
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