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Similarities in Species Diversity And Range in Both Terrestrial Birds And Marine Bivalves

5 hours ago − University of Chicago Medical Center
Marine and terrestrial species inhabit vastly different ecosystems, but they share one of the primary patterns of biodiversity on the planet. The numbers of species of both groups increase toward the equator, with fewer species in temperate, higher latitudes and more in the tropics. …
• Research on Modern Day Animals Reveals Insights into Extinct Animals − 5 hours ago
• New Research Provides Insights on Seal Species − 5 hours ago
• New Insights on How Oysters Form Shells − 5 hours ago
• Experts Propose Strategy to Save Mammals on the Brink of Extinction − 5 hours ago
• Current Whale Migration Models Are Too Simplified − 5 hours ago
• Birds of a Different Color: Why Some Birds Have More Than One Color Type − 5 hours ago
• Estimates of Cheetah Numbers Are 'Guesswork', Say Researchers − 5 hours ago
• Is It Possible to Cry a River? − 5 hours ago
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Biophysics: Closing the Ring
How bacterial cells divide in two is not fully understood. Physicists of Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitaet (LMU) in Munich now show that, at high concentrations, a crucial protein can assemble into ring-shaped…
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Cell Biology

Why Labrador Retrievers Are More Interested in Food Than Other Breeds


5 hours ago − Cell Press
• Experts Propose Strategy to Save Mammals on the Brink of Extinction − 5 hours ago
• Algae Use Their 'Tails' to Gallop And Trot Like Quadrupeds − 5 hours ago
• Active Systems: Life Is Motion − 5 hours ago
• Mapping the Circuit of Our Internal Clock − 5 hours ago
• Seeking to Rewind Mammalian Extinction − 5 hours ago
• Biophysics: Closing the Ring − 22 hours ago
 
Cancer, Oncology

Scientists Reveal How Cell Corrects Errors Made in Gene Transcription


22 hours ago − Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
• Study Pinpoints Mechanism That Allows Cells with Faulty DNA to Reproduce − 5 days ago
• Scientists Predict Cell Changes That Affect Breast Cancer Growth − 5 days ago
• New Method for Exhaustively Isolating Olfactory Receptors Responding to Specific Odorants − 5 days ago
• How Cancer Cells Escape from Tumors And Spread − 5 days ago
• A Molecular Switch to Better Understand Signaling − 6 days ago
• Oscillations Determine Whether Blood Vessels Grow Thicker Or Branch − 7 days ago
 
Genetics

Endangered Venomous Mammal Predates Dinosaurs' Extinction, Study Confirms


Yesterday − Carl R. Woese Institute for Genomic Biology, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
• New Insights on How Oysters Form Shells − 5 hours ago
• Why Labrador Retrievers Are More Interested in Food Than Other Breeds − 5 hours ago
• Adult Brain Prunes Branched Connections of New Neurons − Yesterday
• The Genetic History of Ice Age Europe − Yesterday
• Seeking to Rewind Mammalian Extinction − 5 hours ago
• TGen Tracks the Origins And Spread of Potentially Deadly Valley Fever − 7 days ago
 
Zoology
Research on Modern Day Animals Reveals Insights into Extinct Animals

5 hours ago − Wiley
Powerful head and neck retractions of vertebrate carcasses, including dinosaur fossils, have puzzled researchers as to whether they occurred just before an animal's death in agony, or after. Now experiments performed in the wild on large ostrich chick cadavers show that they occur post-mortem. …
• Estimates of Cheetah Numbers Are 'Guesswork', Say Researchers − 5 hours ago
• No Males Needed: All-female Salamanders Regrow Tails 36% Faster − Yesterday
• Tiny Fossil Horses Put Their Back into It − 6 days ago
• Sonic Hedgehog Gene Provides Evidence That Our Limbs May Have Evolved from Sharks' Gills − 14 days ago
• Novel Optogenetic Tool − 25 days ago
• Adversity Forges Unlikely Friendship Between Hyenas, Wolves − 1 months ago
 
Botany

Unveiling the Withering Process


18 days ago − Université de Genève
• Snails Select Sources of Food Based on Dislike for Smells Rather Than Acceptable Taste − 5 days ago
• Small but Not Forgotten: New Ideas on Pollen's Ecology And Evolution − 29 days ago
• New Plant Species Discovered on Yakushima − 2 months 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

Trauma in a Bee


4 days ago − Friedrich-Schiller-Universitaet Jena
• Do Bed Bugs Have Favorite Colors? − 8 days ago
• New Black Fly Species Discovered in Indonesia − 13 days ago
• All Ants on Deck − 15 days ago
• New Genus And Five New Flea Species Discovered in Indonesia − 20 days ago
• Change in Mosquito Mating May Control Zika Virus − 1 months ago
 
Agriculture

Mechanism Discovered for Plants to Regulate Their Flowering in a Warming World


4 days ago − Monash University
• A New Resource to Help Manage Billbugs in Turfgrass − Yesterday
• Snails Select Sources of Food Based on Dislike for Smells Rather Than Acceptable Taste − 5 days ago
• Bacteria Beneficial to Plants Have Spread Across California − 6 days ago
• New Technique Accelerates Isolation of Potato Late Blight Resistance Genes − 8 days ago
• A Trick of the Light May Help Diseased Plants Attract Greenfly − 12 days ago
 
Paleontology, Fossil, Dinosaur

Newly Discovered Baby Titanosaur Sheds Light on Dinosaurs' Early Lives


4 days ago − National Science Foundation
• 'Eve' And Descendants Shape Global Sperm Whale Population Structure − 5 hours ago
• Bacteria Beneficial to Plants Have Spread Across California − 6 days ago
• Tiny Fossil Horses Put Their Back into It − 6 days ago
• Newly Discovered Titanosaurian Dinosaur from Argentina, Sarmientosaurus − 7 days ago
• Fossils May Reveal 20-million-year History of Penguins in Australia − 7 days ago
 
Ethology

Multiple Paternity May Offer Fewer Advantages Than Previously Thought


18 days ago − University of Veterinary Medicine -- Vienna
• 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 − 6 months ago
• Fearless Fowl Grow And Lay Better − 7 months ago
• Scientists Learn How Young Brains Form Lifelong Memories by Studying Worms' Food Choices − 2 months ago
 
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