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Articles from Science News (March 30, 2002)

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All cracked up from the heat? Major hunk of an Antarctic ice shelf shatters and drifts away. (This Week). Perkins, S. Brief Article 558
Ask the Bugman! Environmentally Safe Ways to Control Household Pests. (Books: a selection of new and notable books of scientific interest). Book Review 93
Bright idea: protein relocation helps eyes adapt to light. (This Week). Travis, J. Brief Article 485
Deciphering virulence: heart-harming bacteria flaunt unique viral genes. (This Week). Harder, B. Brief Article 438
Eye of beholder. (Letters). Varnedoe, W.W., Jr. 82
Foundations of Language: Brain, Meaning, Grammar, Evolution. (Books: a selection of new and notable books of scientific interest). Book Review 111
Icy birth? Amino acids form in simulations of space ice. (This Week). Gorman, J. Brief Article 556
Lemonade from broken amber: scientists pick up the pieces and move on to termite discoveries. (Cover Story). Perkins, Sid 1950
Long ago and far away: astronomers find distant galaxy, early cluster. (This Week). Cowen, R. Brief Article 664
Mars Odyssey instrument revived. (Astronomy). Brief Article 151
Nephews, cousins ... who cares? Detecting kin doesn't mean favoring them. (This Week). Milius, S. Brief Article 556
Repainting the cosmic palette. (Astronomy). Brief Article 290
Researchers find how rhubarb remedy eases cholera. (Biomedicine). Brief Article 302
Rocks in Earth's mantle could hold five oceans. (Earth Science). S.P. Brief Article 299
Sowing neat rows of seeds on silicon. (Semiconductors). Brief Article 210
Taming high-tech particles: cautious steps into the nanotech future. Gorman, Jessica 1820
That certain glow. (Letters). Raichyk, M.J. 111
The Aftermath: a Novel of Survival. (Books: a selection of new and notable books of scientific interest). Book Review 154
The Cichlid Fishes: Nature's Grand Experiment in Evolution. (Books: a selection of new and notable books of scientific interest). Book Review 124
Tomorrow's Energy: Hydrogen, Fuel Cells, and the Prospects for a Cleaner Planet. (Books: a selection of new and notable books of scientific interest). Book Review 132
Wild chimps rocked on: apes left unique record of stone tools. (This Week). Bower, B. Brief Article 545
X rays tell stirring tale about fat. (Food Science). Brief Article 322
Zooplankton diet of mercury varies. (Environment). J.G. Brief Article 363

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