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Flashcard 149663484

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The UK joined the European Union (EU) in [...].
Answer
1973 (mnm: Kama)


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The UK joined the European Union (EU) in 1973.

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Flashcard 149666543

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Question
When was Charles I executed?
Answer
1649 (mnm: too sharp)


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Article 149676703



This Special Issue of Neurobiology of Learning and Memory brings together 19 invited articles from work presented at the meetings of the Molecular and Cellular Cognition Society (MCCS) over the past year and from scientists involved in the Society. This includes the Eleventh Annual MCCS Meeting held in Washington, D.C. in October 2012 and the First Annual MCCS-Australia Meeting held in Melbourne, Australia in February 2013. MCCS is an international organization that seeks to facilitate discussion, collaboration and interchange among laboratories studying the molecular and cellular basis of behavior. Meetings are held on a regular basis in the US, Europe, Asia and Australia. We hope that this Special Issue provides a way for the broader research community to participate in these discussions and to benefit from the collection of ideas and novel experimental approaches that are the hallmark of cutting edge research in this field. Signaling at the synapse. Scaffolding proteins of the postsynaptic de