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No. Graduate Article / School / College / Department / year / Degree / Pages
2321 Chan,
Yi-Jen
Expression of Id gene family in microglia
NCKU / College of Bioscience & Biotechnology / Department of Biology / 2003 / Master / 77 pages
2322 Wei,
Hsin-Lin
Food intake, digestive efficiency, and preferred temperature of Bufo bankorensis from different altitudes
NCKU / College of Bioscience & Biotechnology / Department of Biology / 2003 / Master / 49 pages
2323 Tsay,
Wen-Su
Induction of cell death and expression of eukaryotic translation initiation factor 5A in rice by salt stress.
NCKU / College of Bioscience & Biotechnology / Department of Biology / 2003 / Master / 92 pages
2324 Yang,
Mei-Lin
Inhibition of enterovirus 71 replication by double-stranded RNA-mediated RNA interference
NCKU / College of Bioscience & Biotechnology / Department of Biology / 2003 / Master / 85 pages
2325 Hsiao,
Lin-June
Isolation and characterization of genes for signalling transduction from Sequoia sempervirens differentially expressed in mature and juvenile-phase shoots
NCKU / College of Bioscience & Biotechnology / Department of Biology / 2003 / Master / 134 pages
2326 Lee,
Yen-Fenf
Isolation, Identification, Gene Characterization and Development of Inactivated Vaccine of Bovine Coronavirus in Taiwan
NCKU / College of Bioscience & Biotechnology / Department of Biology / 2003 / Master / 107 pages
2327 Cheng,
Chung-Yao
Life Tables and Population Dynamics of Thiara riqueti (Grateloup, 1840) (Mesogastropoda, Thiaridae) in the Su-Tsao Estuary, Tainan, Taiwan
NCKU / College of Bioscience & Biotechnology / Department of Biology / 2003 / Master / 115 pages
2328 Pu,
Szu-Yuan
Molecular cloning and characterization of an E-type CDK and its interacting cyclin from Arabidopsis thaliana
NCKU / College of Bioscience & Biotechnology / Department of Biology / 2003 / Master / 68 pages
2329 Kao,
Tien-Wen
Molecular cloning and characterization of genes and promoter for plant stress signaling transduction in Phalaenopsis amabilis
NCKU / College of Bioscience & Biotechnology / Department of Biology / 2003 / Master / 128 pages
2330 Chiu,
Yu-Mei
Molecular Evolution of the Chalcone Synthase Gene Family in Arabidopsis thaliana and Arabidopsis halleri ssp. gemmifera
NCKU / College of Bioscience & Biotechnology / Department of Biology / 2003 / Master / 90 pages
2331 Chen,
Shu-Fang
Phylogeography of Fatsia (Araliaceae): an endemic genus in East Asia
NCKU / College of Bioscience & Biotechnology / Department of Biology / 2003 / Master / 85 pages
2332 Chen,
Yi-Yen
Phylogeography of Suzukia (Lamiaceae), a Genus Endemic to Taiwan and Ryukyus
NCKU / College of Bioscience & Biotechnology / Department of Biology / 2003 / Master / 67 pages
2333 Shen,
Chung-Jer
Studies on the community structure of thiocyanate degrading bacteria in activated sludge reactor treated with coking wastewater
NCKU / College of Bioscience & Biotechnology / Department of Biology / 2003 / Master / 70 pages
2334 Huang,
Hsin-Ying
Study of molecular mechanisms for NT-3-induced microglial deactivation
NCKU / College of Bioscience & Biotechnology / Department of Biology / 2003 / Master / 68 pages
2335 Fang,
Kuan-Min
Study of the prostaglandin receptors in mitochondria on apoptosis of human lung carcinoma cell line A549
NCKU / College of Bioscience & Biotechnology / Department of Biology / 2003 / Master / 76 pages

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