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Hunting Wolves Near Denali, Yellowstone Cuts Wolf Sightings in Half

1 hours ago − University of Washington
Visitors to national parks are half as likely to see wolves in their natural habitat when wolf hunting is permitted just outside park boundaries. …
• USC-led Study Identifies a Key to Bone Formation And Vertebrate Evolution − 1 hours ago
• Subtle Chemical Changes in Brain Can Alter Sleep-wake Cycle − 1 hours ago
• Snails Select Sources of Food Based on Dislike for Smells Rather Than Acceptable Taste − 1 hours ago
• Fungal Spores Could 'Hijack' Human Immune Cells to Spread Infection − 1 hours ago
• Study Pinpoints Mechanism That Allows Cells with Faulty DNA to Reproduce − 1 hours ago
• Hear No Evil: Farmed Fish Found to Be Hard of Hearing − 1 hours ago
• Lifestyle Has a Strong Impact on Intestinal Bacteria − 1 hours ago
• Some Moths Behave Like Butterflies to Mate − 1 hours ago
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04-27-16

A New Scorpion from California Reveals Hidden Biodiversity in the Golden State

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04-27-16

An Old World Bird in a New World Rainforest

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04-27-16

Slow Worms React Quickly to Climate Change
Evolution can go quickly when it has to - at least for small organisms. Researchers exposed a natural setting in Denmark to artificial climate change and discovered that soil…
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04-28-16

Researchers Create a Better Way to Find Out 'When'

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04-28-16

A Cellular Tree with Healthy Branches

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04-28-16

Scientists Establish First Map of the Sea Lion Brain

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04-28-16

Analysis of Dog Genome Will Provide Insight into Human Disease

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04-26-16

Radiant Zinc Fireworks Reveal Human Egg Quality
CHICAGO --- A stunning explosion of zinc fireworks occurs when a human egg is activated by a sperm enzyme, and the size of these "sparks" is a direct measure…
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04-28-16

Brain's 'Thesaurus' Mapped to Help Decode Inner Thoughts
What if a map of the brain could help us decode people's inner thoughts? Scientists at the University of California, Berkeley, have taken a step in that direction…
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04-28-16

Protecting Diversity on Coral Reefs: DNA May Hold the Key

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04-27-16

Scientists Provide New Insights into Gene Regulation

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04-28-16

Bacteria Beneficial to Plants Have Spread Across California

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04-27-16

Who Gets Hooked on Drugs? Rat Study Finds Genetic Markers That Influence Addiction

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04-27-16

Penn Team Restores Memory Formation Following Sleep Deprivation in Mice

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Cell Biology

Scientists Predict Cell Changes That Affect Breast Cancer Growth


1 hours ago − Scripps Research Institute
• Subtle Chemical Changes in Brain Can Alter Sleep-wake Cycle − 1 hours ago
• Fungal Spores Could 'Hijack' Human Immune Cells to Spread Infection − 1 hours ago
• Study Pinpoints Mechanism That Allows Cells with Faulty DNA to Reproduce − 1 hours ago
• USC-led Study Identifies a Key to Bone Formation And Vertebrate Evolution − 1 hours ago
• Tiny Microscopes Reveal Hidden Role of Nervous System Cells − 1 hours ago
• Turn Left! How Myosin-Va Helps Direct Neuron Growth − 1 hours ago
 
Cancer, Oncology

Oscillations Determine Whether Blood Vessels Grow Thicker Or Branch


2 days ago − Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine in the Helmholtz Association
• Scientists Predict Cell Changes That Affect Breast Cancer Growth − 1 hours ago
• New Method for Exhaustively Isolating Olfactory Receptors Responding to Specific Odorants − 1 hours ago
• How Cancer Cells Escape from Tumors And Spread − 1 hours ago
• A Molecular Switch to Better Understand Signaling − 15 hours ago
• Study Pinpoints Mechanism That Allows Cells with Faulty DNA to Reproduce − 1 hours ago
• New Understanding of Enzymes Could Help to Develop New Drugs to Treat Diseases − 3 days ago
 
Genetics

DNA Proves Mammoths Mated Beyond Species Boundaries


7 days ago − Frontiers
• Modern DNA Reveals Ancient Male Population Explosions Linked to Migration And Technology − 3 days ago
• The First Happiness Genes Have Been Located − 3 days ago
• USC Study Shows How Skeletal Stem Cells Form the Blueprint of the Face − 6 days ago
• Cpf1: CRISPR-enzyme Scissors Cutting Both RNA And DNA − 6 days ago
• TGen Tracks the Origins And Spread of Potentially Deadly Valley Fever − Yesterday
• Exposure to Routine Viruses Makes Mice Better Test Subjects − 8 days ago
 
Zoology
Tiny Fossil Horses Put Their Back into It

15 hours ago − Harvard University
Modern horses are expert runners. They reach top speeds using a special running gait in which they hold their back stiff as they move. A new study published today reveals that tiny fossil ancestors of modern horses may have moved quite differently to their living counterparts. …
• Sonic Hedgehog Gene Provides Evidence That Our Limbs May Have Evolved from Sharks' Gills − 9 days ago
• Novel Optogenetic Tool − 20 days ago
• Adversity Forges Unlikely Friendship Between Hyenas, Wolves − 1 months ago
• Adolescent Female Pandas Not the Demure Homebodies Once Thought − 1 months ago
• Bees 'Dumb Down' After Ingesting Tiny Doses of the Pesticide Chlorpyrifos − 1 months ago
• The Sponges Strike Back − 1 months ago
 
Botany

New Plant Species Discovered on Yakushima


2 months ago − Kobe University
• Unveiling the Withering Process − 13 days ago
• Small but Not Forgotten: New Ideas on Pollen's Ecology And Evolution − 23 days ago
• Snails Select Sources of Food Based on Dislike for Smells Rather Than Acceptable Taste − 1 hours ago
• Trapped in Amber: Flower Identified by Rutgers Plant Biologist as New Species − 2 months ago
• A New Role for Vitamin B6 in Plants − 2 months ago
 
Entomology

New Genus And Five New Flea Species Discovered in Indonesia


14 days ago − Entomological Society of America
• New Black Fly Species Discovered in Indonesia − 8 days ago
• All Ants on Deck − 9 days ago
• Do Bed Bugs Have Favorite Colors? − 3 days ago
• Change in Mosquito Mating May Control Zika Virus − 1 months ago
• How Stick Insects Handle Indigestive Food − 1 months ago
 
Agriculture

New Technique Accelerates Isolation of Potato Late Blight Resistance Genes


3 days ago − John Innes Centre
• Bacteria Beneficial to Plants Have Spread Across California − 15 hours ago
• Snails Select Sources of Food Based on Dislike for Smells Rather Than Acceptable Taste − 1 hours ago
• A Trick of the Light May Help Diseased Plants Attract Greenfly − 6 days ago
• Gene Behind 'Evolution in Action' in Darwin's Finches Identified − 6 days ago
• Farming Amoebae Carry Around Detoxifying Food − 7 days ago
 
Paleontology, Fossil, Dinosaur

Bacteria Beneficial to Plants Have Spread Across California


15 hours ago − University of California - Riverside
• Tiny Fossil Horses Put Their Back into It − 15 hours ago
• Newly Discovered Titanosaurian Dinosaur from Argentina, Sarmientosaurus − Yesterday
• Fossils May Reveal 20-million-year History of Penguins in Australia − Yesterday
• Study Shows Dinosaur Families Chose to Exit Europe − 3 days ago
• Paleontologists Find North America's Oldest Monkey Fossil Along Panama Canal − 6 days ago
 
Ethology

Fearless Fowl Grow And Lay Better


7 months ago − Linköping University
• Dogs (and Probably Many Other Animals) Have a Conscience Too! − 4 months ago
• From Starving Chicks Come Fat Birds − 5 months ago
• Chimpanzee Language Claims Lost in Translation, Researchers Conclude − 5 months ago
• Multiple Paternity May Offer Fewer Advantages Than Previously Thought − 13 days ago
• Scientists Learn How Young Brains Form Lifelong Memories by Studying Worms' Food Choices − 2 months ago
 
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