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UT Study Cracks Coldest Case: How the Most Famous Human Ancestor Died

5 hours ago − University of Texas at Austin
Lucy, the most famous fossil of a human ancestor, probably died after falling from a tree, according to a study appearing in Nature led by researchers at The University of Texas at Austin. …
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Cell Biology

Selective Protection of Genetic Information by Epigenetic System


4 days ago − Chinese Academy of Sciences Headquarters
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Cancer, Oncology

People with Alcohol Dependency Lack Important Enzyme


5 hours ago − Linköping University
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Genetics

Cellular Snowplow Keeps Genes Open


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Zoology

'Cyclops' Beetles Hint at Solution to 'Chicken-and-egg' Problem in Novel Trait Evolution


7 days ago − Indiana University
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Botany

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Entomology

Moth Takes Advantage of Defensive Compounds in Physalis Fruits


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Agriculture

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Paleontology, Fossil, Dinosaur

New Techniques Boost Understanding of How Fish Fins Became Fingers


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