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Using Bacterial 'Fight Clubs' to Find New Drugs

9 hours ago − Vanderbilt University
Creating bacterial "fight clubs" is an effective way to find new drugs from natural sources. …
• Researchers Discover How Petunias Know When to Smell Good − 9 hours ago
• Stink Bugs Have Strong Taste for Ripe Fruit − 9 hours ago
• Genes Responsible for Increased Activity During the Summer − 9 hours ago
• Humans Across the World Dance to the Same Beat − 9 hours ago
• Spiky Monsters: New Species of 'Super-armored' Worm Discovered − 9 hours ago
• Flatworms Could Replace Mammals for Some Toxicology Tests − 9 hours ago
• Improving Rice Flour to Aid Food Poverty − 9 hours ago
• Can Pollution Help Trees Fight Infection? − 9 hours ago
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06-29-15

PolyU Develops a New Method for Rapid Authentication of Edible Oils And Screening of Gutter Oils

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06-29-15

Pesticide Study Shows That Sexual Conflict Can Maintain Genetic Variation
New research from the University of Exeter has shown that the sexually antagonistic gene for resistance to the pesticide DDT, which increases fitness in female flies but simultaneously decreases…
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06-29-15

A Microtubule 'Roadway' in the Retina Helps Provide Energy for Vision

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06-30-15

Using Bacterial 'Fight Clubs' to Find New Drugs

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06-30-15

Flatworms Could Replace Mammals for Some Toxicology Tests
Laboratories that test chemicals for neurological toxicity could reduce their use of laboratory mice and rats by replacing these animal models with tiny aquatic flatworms known as freshwater planarians.…
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06-30-15

Genes Responsible for Increased Activity During the Summer
The warm temperature on a summer's day is often a time for relaxing, but researchers from the University of Leicester have suggested that a 'thermosensory' gene could be responsible…
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06-30-15

Spiky Monsters: New Species of 'Super-armored' Worm Discovered

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06-30-15

Researchers Discover How Petunias Know When to Smell Good

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06-30-15

Humans Across the World Dance to the Same Beat

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06-30-15

Stink Bugs Have Strong Taste for Ripe Fruit

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06-30-15

How Your Brain Knows It's Summer

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06-30-15

Key Element of Human Language Discovered in Bird Babble
Stringing together meaningless sounds to create meaningful signals was previously thought to be the preserve of humans alone, but a new study, publishing June 29th in the Open Access…
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06-30-15

Improving Rice Flour to Aid Food Poverty
A new, high-quality rice flour could help towards aiding global food poverty. "This rice flour serves not only as an alternative to wheat flour for those with wheat intolerance,…
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06-30-15

Can Pollution Help Trees Fight Infection?
Trees that can tolerate soil pollution are also better at defending themselves against pests and pathogens. "It looks like the very act of tolerating chemical pollution may give trees…
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Cell Biology

Using Bacterial 'Fight Clubs' to Find New Drugs


9 hours ago − Vanderbilt University
• A Microtubule 'Roadway' in the Retina Helps Provide Energy for Vision − 21 hours ago
• High-performance Microscope Displays Pores in the Cell Nucleus with Greater Precision − 3 days ago
• Key Protein May Affect Risk of Stroke − 3 days ago
• Researchers Uncover Epigenetic Switches That Turn Stem Cells into Blood Vessel Cells − 4 days ago
• Three Simple Rules Govern Complex Brain Circuit in Fly − 4 days ago
• Chloroplast Tubes Play a Key Role in Plants' Immune Defense − 4 days ago
 
Cancer, Oncology

High-performance Microscope Displays Pores in the Cell Nucleus with Greater Precision


3 days ago − University of Zurich
• Genes Responsible for Increased Activity During the Summer − 9 hours ago
• Eavesdropping on the Body: New Device Tracks Chemical Signals Within Cells − 5 days ago
• Rainbow of Glowing Corals Discovered in Depths of the Red Sea − 5 days ago
• Targeting Telomeres, the Timekeepers of Cells, Could Improve Chemotherapy − 5 days ago
• Scientists Highlight the Importance of Nanoscale Hybrid Materials for Noninvasive Cancer Diagnosis − 5 days ago
• Expanding the DNA Alphabet: 'Extra' DNA Base Found to Be Stable in Mammals − 7 days ago
 
Genetics

Key Protein May Affect Risk of Stroke


3 days ago − University of Gothenburg
• Genes Responsible for Increased Activity During the Summer − 9 hours ago
• Starfish That Clone Themselves Live Longer − 4 days ago
• Malaysia's 'Megadiverse' Biology to Be Explored, Conserved with New Grant − 5 days ago
• Single Gene Controls Fish Brain Size And Intelligence − 6 days ago
• Genetic Study of 'Co-evolution' Could Provide Clues to Better Food Production − 6 days ago
• Researchers Identify Gene That Controls Soybean Seed Permeability, Calcium Content − 7 days ago
 
Zoology

Rainbow of Glowing Corals Discovered in Depths of the Red Sea


5 days ago − University of Southampton
• Survival of the Gutless? Filter-feeders Eject Internal Organs in Response to Stress − 6 days ago
• Genetic Study of 'Co-evolution' Could Provide Clues to Better Food Production − 6 days ago
• The Challenge of Measuring a Bird Brain − 7 days ago
• Study Takes Close Look at Formidable Camel Spider Jaws − 7 days ago
• 'Genomics Holds Key to Understanding Ecological And Evolutionary Processes' − 11 days ago
• How an Animal's Biochemistry May Support Aggressive Behavior − 14 days ago
 
Botany

Study Yields Insights into How Plant Cells Grow


3 months ago − Purdue University
• Professor Discovers New Lichen Species in City of Boulder − 5 days ago
• Scientists Transfer Pathogen-sensing 'Antenna' Gene to Wheat − 3 months ago
• Aggressive Plant Fungus Threatens Wheat Production − 4 months ago
• An Old Genetic Tool in Plant Biology Still Has Value − 5 months ago
• A Vegetarian Carnivorous Plant − 6 months ago
 
Entomology

Safe Repellents That Protect Fruit from Spotted Wing Drosophila Found


7 days ago − University of California - Riverside
• Stink Bugs Have Strong Taste for Ripe Fruit − 9 hours ago
• Bee Warned - Study Finds Pesticides Threaten Native Pollinators − 25 days ago
• Insect Mating Behavior Has Lessons for Drones − 1 months ago
• Field Study Shows How a GM Crop Can Have Diminishing Success at Fighting Off Insect Pest − 1 months ago
• British Invasion of the Harlequin Ladybird Threatens Other Species − 1 months ago
 
Agriculture

Scientists Reveal Underpinnings of Drought Tolerance in Plants


18 days ago − American Society of Plant Biologists
• Safe Repellents That Protect Fruit from Spotted Wing Drosophila Found − 7 days ago
• Microbe Mobilizes 'Iron Shield' to Block Arsenic Uptake in Rice − 14 days ago
• USF Biologists: Biodiversity Reduces Human, Wildlife Diseases And Crop Pests − 14 days ago
• Researchers Discover How Petunias Know When to Smell Good − 9 hours ago
• Discovery in Plant Growth Mechanisms Opens New Research Path − 20 days ago
 
Paleontology, Fossil, Dinosaur

Forgotten Fossil Indicates Earlier Origin of Teeth


5 days ago − Naturalis Biodiversity Center
• New Sesotho-named Dinosaur from South Africa − 5 days ago
• Newly Found Ring of Teeth Uncovers What Common Ancestor of Molting Animals Looked Like − 5 days ago
• Spiky Monsters: New Species of 'Super-armored' Worm Discovered − 9 hours ago
• Researchers Reconstruct Dinosaur Tracks − 6 days ago
• Studies Find Early European Had Recent Neanderthal Ancestor − 7 days ago
 
Ethology

An Evolutionary Heads-up


1 months ago − University of Veterinary Medicine -- Vienna
• Female Mice Do Not Avoid Mating with Unhealthy Males − 3 months ago
• Sisters Act Together − 5 months ago
• Burying Beetles Hatch Survival Plan to Source Food, Study Shows − 5 months ago
• Love at First Smell − 7 months ago
• Bad News for Kids − 7 months ago
 
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