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By Tschopp J.

APRIL is a member of the TNF family members. whereas transcripts of APRIL are of low abundance in basic tissues, excessive degrees of mRNA are detected in reworked mobile strains, and in human cancers of the colon, thyroid, and lymphoid tissues in vivo. The addition of recombinant APRIL to varied tumor cells stimulates their proliferation. in addition, APRIL-transfectedNIH 3T3 cells express an elevated cost of tumor progress in nude mice compared to the parental telephone line. The receptor of APRIL is at the moment unknown. APRIL will be implicated within the rules of tumor telephone progress.

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Galápagos tortoises hatch from eggs that are the size of a tennis ball. hatchling: a baby tortoise herbivores (ER-bih-vorz): animals that eat only plants plastron: the bottom shell of a tortoise or turtle 46 predators (PREH-duh-turz): animals that hunt and eat other animals reptiles: animals that have scales and that breathe air. Tortoises, turtles, lizards, snakes, and crocodiles are reptiles. scales: flat, hard plates that protect a reptile’s skin scutes (SKOOTS): the plates on the outer layer of a tortoise’s top shell.

30 The shell is attached to the animal’s ribs. A tortoise cannot walk out of its shell. 31 Chapter 4 A baby tortoise can sit in the palm of a person’s hand. How big was the egg it hatched from? From Egg to Adult Galápagos tortoises grow to be giants. But they don’t start out large. A giant tortoise starts out as a round egg the size of a tennis ball. 32 Female tortoises will walk several miles to find the best places to make their nests. They look for dry, sandy ground. When they find a good spot, they dig a hole 12 inches deep.

The government of Ecuador (EHK-wuhdor) stepped in to save the big reptiles. The Galápagos Islands belong to this South American country. Ecuador’s government created Galápagos National Park. The park protects the places where the giant tortoises still live. People who visit the park must follow certain rules to make sure the tortoises stay safe. 42 There are fewer than 15,000 giant tortoises living on Earth. People have work to do. We must protect interesting animals and all the places where they live.

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