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Articles from Science News (October 25, 1986)

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Title Author Type Words
A satellite for Machu Picchu. 270
Amine absorbers: chemical time bombs? 462
Chemistry: probing reaction dynamics. Peterson, Ivars 524
Conflict and cliff-hangers. 333
First cancer-protecting gene characterized. Silberner, Joanne 527
Getting to the bottom of supermassive black holes. Thomsen, Dietrich E. 1502
Helping citrus tough it out. 110
Late-night legislation: new laws include revised Superfund. Raloff, Janet 877
Muscular dystrophy gene cornered. Amato, Ivan 723
On the threshold of Cherenkov astronomy; radiation of extremely high energy from several celestial objects is leading astronomers to extend their science's spectral range yet again. Thomsen, Dietrick E. 1792
Physics: tiny world garners grand laurels. Monastersky, Richard 559
Pole's ozone hole: who NOZE? Weisburd, Stefi 411
Stems and seeds: grasses in the fossil record; scientists are beginning to use the broken bits of ancient grasses as important clues in the fossil record. Davis, Lisa 1627
When antipsychotic drugs can be lethal. Bower, Bruce 748

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