CONTEN TS 704 & 739 Looking against he grain
19 MAY 2017 • VOLUME 356 • ISSUE 6339
712 From Science and other journals
Three-dimensional Ca2+ imaging
advances understanding of astrocyte
biology E. Bindocci et al.
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716 GERMINAL CENTERS
Ephrin B1–mediated repulsion and
signaling control germinal center T cell
territoriality and function P. Lu et al.
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▶ PERSPECTIVE P. 703
717 CELL FATE
Blocking promiscuous activation at
cryptic promoters directs cell type–
specific gene expression J. Kim et al.
Lineage-dependent spatial and
functional organization of the
mammalian enteric nervous system
R. Lasrado et al.
727 PLANE TAR Y TOPOGRAPH Y
Global drainage patterns and the origins
of topographic relief on Earth, Mars,
and Titan B. A. Black et al.
▶ PERSPECTIVE P. 708
731 MOLECULAR SORPTION
Hydrolytically stable fluorinated metal-
organic frameworks for energy-efficient
dehydration A. Cadiau et al.
High-harmonic generation in graphene
enhanced by elliptically polarized light
excitation N. Yoshikawa et al.
739 MATERIALS SCIENCE
Bragg coherent diffractive imaging
of single-grain defect dynamics in
polycrystalline films A. Yau et al.
▶ PERSPECTIVE P. 704
742 LATITUDINAL GRADIENTS
Higher predation risk for insect prey
at low latitudes and elevations
T. Roslin et al.
A dedicated network for social
interaction processing in the primate
brain J. Sliwa and W. A. Freiwald
749 NITROGEN CYCLE
21st century rise in anthropogenic
nitrogen deposition on a remote coral
reef H. Ren et al.
▶ PERSPECTIVE P. 700
ATP as a biological hydrotrope
A. Patel et al.
▶ PERSPECTIVE P. 701
757 DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
A placental growth factor is silenced
in mouse embryos by the zinc finger
protein ZFP568 P. Yang et al.
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703 REPULSIVE BEHAVIOR IN GERMINAL
B cell–T cell interactions are terminated
by EPH receptors and ligands
By G. L. Moschovakis and R. Förster
▶ RESEARCH ARTICLE P. 716
704 MULTISCALE MEASUREMENTS
FOR MATERIALS MODELING
Tracking defect motion in
polycrystalline materials can help
model emergent properties By R. Suter
▶ REPORT P. 739
706 RIGHTSIZING CARBON DIOXIDE
Betting the future on planetary-scale
carbon dioxide removal from the
atmosphere is risky
By C. B. Field and K. J. Mach
708 DEFINING THE TOPOGRAPH Y OF A
PLANE TARY BODY
River and landscape topography,
combined, can reveal the geologic
history of a planet By D. Burr
▶ REPORT P. 727
BOOKS ET AL.
709 THE NEXT ENERGY ECONOMY
Mapping emerging trends in energy
innovation, an economist anticipates a
fossil fuel–free future By A. S. Hopkins
Migration—the choices we face
By Mohamed H. A. Hassan
▶ MIGRATION SECTION P. 677
774 WORKING LIFE
The journey of a scientist mother
By Paula de Tezanos Pinto
Science Staff ............................................. 664
New Products............................................. 764
Science Careers ......................................... 765
710 CHEW ON THIS
A paleoecological exploration
probes the evolution of human diets
By K. C. Beard