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Our wind driven, folk-art 'Whirligigs' (Twirlybirds) are all handmade. Crafted in the tradition of Old world Craftsmanship, and will provide enjoyment and amusement for all ages. Acting as a weather-vane, whirligigs indicate the intensity of the wind by the swiveling action of the wings, propeller, and figurines. Our Whirligigs are made of southern Cypress (Rot and decay resistant wood species). They are hand-crafted and assembled in the USA with brass hardware, and finished with durable exterior grade acrylic patio paint that doesn't require a top clear coat. Each whirligig includes your choice of mounting pivot. Option 1 is a 3/4" copper pipe cap that will fit a 3/4" copper pipe... just go to you local hardware store and have them cut your desired length. 18-24" works great in a flower pot and 48-60" is great out in the yard or garden. The other option is 3/16" brass rod, simply drill a mounting hole in a board or post.

Approximate Dimensions: Large size 17" L x 6" W

Lubricants: If you would like to lubricate moving parts, never use grease. Grease will attract dust and dirt. Oil the pivot or spinning parts using high viscosity oil with a precision needle applicator such as '3 in one' household oil. Cleaning: Brass parts will tarnish over time and can leave a black residue. If you would like to clean your whirligig just use a mild soapy water solution and a soft cloth or even soft bristle toothbrush.

IMPORTANT NOTE: ALTHOUGH CONSTRUCTED FROM DURABLE MATERIALS, MARQMYWOOD WHIRLIGIGS CANNOT BE EXPECTED TO PERFORM AND LAST WHEN EXPOSED TO VERY HIGH WIND, ICE, OR SNOW. THEY CAN BE DAMAGED IF NOT TAKEN DOWN IN EXTREME WEATHER. OUR WHIRLIGIGS ARE VERY EASY TO PUT UP, AND TAKE DOWN--JUST LIFT OFF THE PIVOT.

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MetaCyc is a curated database of experimentally elucidated metabolic pathways from all domains of life. MetaCyc contains 2937 pathways from 3295 different organisms.

MetaCyc contains pathways involved in both primary and secondary metabolism, as well as associated metabolites, reactions, enzymes, and genes. The goal of MetaCyc is to catalog the universe of metabolism by storing a representative sample of each experimentally elucidated pathway.

MetaCyc applications include:

  • Online encyclopedia of metabolism
  • Predict metabolic pathways in sequenced genomes
  • Support metabolic engineering via enzyme database
  • Metabolite database aids metabolomics research

Guide To MetaCyc

 

Webinar Series

Webinar #1: Introduction to BioCyc
These six sequential segments, giving you a guided tour of the BioCyc collection in concise bites. To download or view, just click on one of the links following each segment's name.
Webinar #2: Introduction to SmartTables
The following webinar will guide you through SmartTables, which enable you to create, upload, share, and analyze sets of genes, metabolites, pathways, and sequence sites. The webinar is broken up into parts, ranging from basic operations to more advanced uses such as gene expression analysis and metabolomics. To download or view, click one of the links below.
Webinar #3: Zoomable Metabolic Map, Comparative Tools, Regulatory Network
This webinar introduces users to many of the advanced tools available on the BioCyc.org website for navigating cellular networks, analyzing large-scale datasets, and comparing organisms.
Webinar #4: Omics Data Analysis
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Webinar #5: Pathway Collages
Pathway collages are multi-pathway diagrams that you can customize by, for example, overlaying omics data, altering the relative positions of pathways, and modifying connections among pathways. Learn how to generate, customize and export high-quality pathway-collage diagrams showing collections of user-specified pathways.
Webinar #6: Creating a Pathway/Genome Database
Learn the entire process of building a BioCyc-like Pathway/Genome Database (PGDB) for an organism with a sequenced and annotated genome. Build a PGDB for your own lab or for the whole scientific community.
Webinar #7: Using the Structured Advanced Query Page
An introduction to the Structured Advanced Query Page, which allows complex queries and queries across one or more databases in the BioCyc collection. You'll learn about:The basic steps of setting up an advanced query; Four examples of increasingly complex queries, including how to query across multiple databases; Where to learn more about the structure of BioCyc databases.