alternative energy

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alternative energy

alternative energy

alternative energy

alternative energy

Renewable Energy Policy Alternatives for the Future

Welfare Impacts of Alternative Biofuel and Energy Policies

Sudden Future Singularity models as an alternative to dark energy?

eComment. Alternative energy sources in surgery for atrial fibrillation

Communication on Climate Change and Energy Alternatives in the United States

Alternative metabolic pathways for energy supply and resistance to apoptosis in Fanconi anaemia

Testing the local-void alternative to dark energy using galaxy pairs

Potential of dried cassava pulp as an alternative energy source for laying hens

COX, Vivienne (born 1959), Executive Vice President, and Chief Executive Officer, Alternative Energy, BP plc, 2008–09

Calculation of total free energy yield as an alternative approach for predicting the importance of potential chemolithotrophic reactions in geothermal springs

Regulation of Energy Partitioning and Alternative Electron Transport Pathways During Cold Acclimation of Lodgepole Pine is Oxygen Dependent

“Go Big or Go Home”: A Critique of the Western Concept of Energy/Power and a Theological Alternative

SMITH, Hamilton Othanel (born 1931), Scientific Director, Synthetic Biology and Bioenergy Groups, J. Craig Venter Institute, San Diego, since 2006 (Scientific Director, Institute for Biological Energy Alternatives, 2002–06)

Butyrate can act as a stimulator of growth or inducer of apoptosis in human colonic epithelial cell lines depending on the presence of alternative energy sources.

The plant energy-dissipating mitochondrial systems: depicting the genomic structure and the expression profiles of the gene families of uncoupling protein and alternative oxidase in monocots and dicots


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Energy that is produced from sources other than fossil fuels, which includes sources such as compressed natural gas, solar, hydroelectric, or wind energy.

Subjects: Environmental Science.

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