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Nicolle Rager Fuller

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Hippo Ecology

medical illustration of An illustration of the cell signaling process leading to cell behavior. Growth factors (the blue and purple spheres) bind to certain receiving proteins, called receptors. The receptors relay the growth factor signals into the cell. These signals are further relayed through a large network of proteins by kinases, which eventually changes the activity of genes within the nucleus. (cancer, disease, drugs, pharmaceutical, biotech, molecular, biochemistry, g-protein, signaling, cells, chemo)
Next medical illustration of Animals fill different ecological niches, and employ different ways of sustaining themselves; from predation to parasitism. This artwork of a North American forest (Canada) shows a flying squirrel, salamanders, a hiding owl, a hawk, forest birds and more. This artwork was created as a spread across the bottom of an ecology textbook published by W.H. Freeman.

Forest Ecology

An illustration of the cell signaling process leading to cell behavior. Growth factors (the blue and purple spheres) bind to certain receiving proteins, called receptors. The receptors relay the growth factor signals into the cell. These signals are further relayed through a large network of proteins by kinases, which eventually changes the activity of genes within the nucleus. (cancer, disease, drugs, pharmaceutical, biotech, molecular, biochemistry, g-protein, signaling, cells, chemo)

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