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Abundant And Diverse Ecosystem Found in Area Targeted for Deep-sea Mining

Yesterday − University of Hawaii at Manoa
In a study published in Scientific Reports, scientists discovered impressive abundance and diversity among the creatures living on the seafloor in the Clarion-Clipperton Zone (CCZ)--an area in the equatorial Pacific Ocean being targeted for deep-sea mining. The study, lead authored by Diva Amon, a post-doctoral researcher at the University of Hawai'i at Mānoa School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology (SOEST), found that more than half of the…
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• Production Area Does Not Affect Phosphorus Digestibility in Soybean Meal Fed to Pigs − Yesterday
• Why Do Antidepressants Take So Long to Work? − Yesterday
• New Fossil Evidence Supports Theory That First Mass Extinction Engineered by Early Animals − 22 hours ago
• The Feel of Food − Yesterday
• Tooth Wear Sheds Light on the Feeding Habits of Ancient Elephant Relatives − Yesterday
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07-29-16

Abundant And Diverse Ecosystem Found in Area Targeted for Deep-sea Mining

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07-30-16

New Fossil Evidence Supports Theory That First Mass Extinction Engineered by Early Animals

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07-30-16

Researchers Find Molecular Switch That Triggers Bacterial Pathogenicity

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07-29-16

Production Area Does Not Affect Phosphorus Digestibility in Soybean Meal Fed to Pigs
URBANA, Ill. - Research at the University of Illinois is helping to determine the effect of growing conditions on the nutritional value of soybean meal. "The digestibility of phosphorus…
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07-29-16

First Whale Detected by Newly Deployed Acoustic Buoy in New York Bight

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07-29-16

Why Do Antidepressants Take So Long to Work?
An episode of major depression can be crippling, impairing the ability to sleep, work, or eat. In severe cases, the mood disorder can lead to suicide. But the drugs…
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07-30-16

Green Monkeys Acquired Staphylococcus Aureus from Humans
Washington, DC - July 29, 2016 - Many deadly diseases that afflict humans were originally acquired through contact with animals. New research published in ASM's Applied and Environmental Microbiology…
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07-29-16

The Feel of Food
Some people love avocados. Others hate them. For many of the latter, the fruit's texture is the source of their intense dislike. What gives? Scientists do not have…
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07-29-16

Tooth Wear Sheds Light on the Feeding Habits of Ancient Elephant Relatives

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Knots in Chaotic Waves

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Cuttlefish Do Not Bluff in Battle

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07-29-16

A Step Closer to Understanding the 'Switch' That Triggers Flowering in Plants

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07-29-16

Sex And Death Insights from a Mutant Roundworm

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07-29-16

INRS Professor's Team Unveils New Leishmania Virulence Strategies
Professor Albert Descoteaux of INRS-Institut Armand-Frappier Research Centre and his team have discovered novel virulence strategies employed by the Leishmania parasite. These scientific breakthroughs recently published in the prestigious…
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Cell Biology
Why Do Antidepressants Take So Long to Work?

Yesterday − University of Illinois at Chicago
An episode of major depression can be crippling, impairing the ability to sleep, work, or eat. In severe cases, the mood disorder can lead to suicide. But the drugs available to treat depression, which can affect one in six Americans in their lifetime, can take weeks or even months to start working. …
• The Feel of Food − Yesterday
• A Step Closer to Understanding the 'Switch' That Triggers Flowering in Plants − Yesterday
• INRS Professor's Team Unveils New Leishmania Virulence Strategies − Yesterday
• Novel 'Repair System' Discovered in Algae May Yield New Tools for Biotechnology − Yesterday
• For the First Time, Researchers See Structure That Allows Brain Cells to Communicate − 2 days ago
• Russian Scientists Discover How Certain Proteins May Help Fight Chlamydia − 2 days ago
 
Cancer, Oncology

Novel 'Repair System' Discovered in Algae May Yield New Tools for Biotechnology


Yesterday − Boyce Thompson Institute
• Cancer on a Paleo-diet? Ask Someone Who Lived 1.7 Million Years Ago − 2 days ago
• UMD Researchers Discover a Way That Animals Keep Their Cells Identical − 3 days ago
• Quantitating the Complete Human Proteome − 5 days ago
• Study Confirms: Forms of HIV Can Cross from Chimps to Humans − 8 days ago
• An Engineered Protein Can Disrupt Tumor-promoting 'Messages' in Human Cells − 9 days ago
• Biologists Home in on Paleo Gut for Clues to Our Evolutionary History − 9 days ago
 
Genetics

NASA Releases 'Microbiomics: The Living World in And on You'


3 days ago − NASA/Johnson Space Center
• Sex And Death Insights from a Mutant Roundworm − Yesterday
• New Rare Species of Whale Identified − 2 days ago
• Photopharmacology And Optogenetics: Lighting the Way for Second Messengers − 2 days ago
• A Step Closer to Understanding the 'Switch' That Triggers Flowering in Plants − Yesterday
• UMD Researchers Discover a Way That Animals Keep Their Cells Identical − 3 days ago
• DNA Analyses Reveal Genetic Identities of World's First Farmers − 4 days ago
 
Zoology

New Chinese Leaf-roller Weevil Does Not Know How to Roll Leaves


25 days ago − Pensoft Publishers
• Biologists Home in on Paleo Gut for Clues to Our Evolutionary History − 9 days ago
• Small Brain - Astounding Performance − 1 months ago
• Lizard Tail Adaptations May Reflect Predators' Color Vision Capabilities − 1 months ago
• Scorpions Have Similar Tastes in Burrow Architecture − 1 months ago
• A Surprising New Anole − 1 months ago
• Fish Can Recognize Human Faces, New Research Shows − 1 months ago
 
Botany

Flight of the Bumble Bee Reveals Plants' Flair for Flower Arranging


12 days ago − University of Edinburgh
• Yeast Emerges as Hidden Third Partner in Lichen Symbiosis − 9 days ago
• LobeFinder Technology Quantifies Changes in Shape-shifting Plant Cells − 18 days ago
• Learning About the Hummingbirds And the Bees in Floral Diversity − 24 days ago
• Arsenic Accumulates in the Nuclei of Plants' Cells − 1 months ago
• New Research Uses Novel Approach to Study Plant Mimicry − 1 months ago
 
Entomology

Using Bed Bug Shed Skins to Combat the Pest


10 days ago − University of California - Riverside
• New Insect Imaging Technique May Help Victims of Sleeping Sickness − 19 days ago
• Ecological Context of Mosquito-borne Infectious Disease − 19 days ago
• Free Articles on Aedes Albopictus, Mosquitoes That May Transmit Zika − 1 months ago
• Picky Eaters: Bumble Bees Prefer Plants with Nutrient-rich Pollen − 1 months ago
• Rediscovering a Wasp After 101 Years − 1 months ago
 
Agriculture

How Sole-source LEDs Impact Growth of Brassica Microgreens


2 days ago − American Society for Horticultural Science
• After the Age of Dinosaurs Came the Age of Ant Farmers − 10 days ago
• Gas Sensors 'See' Through Soil to Analyze Microbial Interactions − 11 days ago
• ANU Leads Effort to Develop Drought-proof Crops − 11 days ago
• UBC Researchers Determine Vineyards Adversely Affect Soil Quality − 16 days ago
• MSU Builds High-tech Test Track to Improve Crop Performance − 17 days ago
 
Paleontology, Fossil, Dinosaur

New Fossil Evidence Supports Theory That First Mass Extinction Engineered by Early Animals


22 hours ago − Vanderbilt University
• Tooth Wear Sheds Light on the Feeding Habits of Ancient Elephant Relatives − Yesterday
• Cancer on a Paleo-diet? Ask Someone Who Lived 1.7 Million Years Ago − 2 days ago
• First Discovery from 'New Riversleigh' - a New Extinct Carnivorous Marsupial − 5 days ago
• New Index Reveals Likelihood of Terrestrial Or Aquatic Lifestyles of Extinct Mammals − 5 days ago
• Some Bacteria Have Lived in the Human Gut Since Before We Were Human − 9 days ago
 
Ethology

Female Blue Tits Sing in the Face of Danger


1 months ago − University of Veterinary Medicine -- Vienna
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• Dogs (and Probably Many Other Animals) Have a Conscience Too! − 7 months ago
• From Starving Chicks Come Fat Birds − 8 months ago
• Chimpanzee Language Claims Lost in Translation, Researchers Conclude − 9 months ago
• Fearless Fowl Grow And Lay Better − 10 months ago
 
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