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Climate change: Biodiversity rescues biodiversity in a warmer world
SCIENCE DAILY Climate change leads to loss of biodiversity worldwide. However, ecosystems with a higher biodiversity in the first place might be less affected a new study. Scientists found that when they... 1 week
Climate change: Biodiversity rescues biodiversity in a warmer world
PHYS.ORG Climate change leads to loss of biodiversity worldwide. However, ecosystems with a higher biodiversity in the first place might be less affected a new study in Science Advances reports. An... 1 week
Oil impairs ability of coral reef fish to find homes and evade predators
SCIENCE DAILY Just as one too many cocktails can lead a person to make bad choices, a few drops of oil can cause coral... 4 days
A tale of two fishes: Biologists find male, female live-bearing fish evolve differently
PHYS.ORG Male live-bearing fish are evolving faster than female fish, according to a Kansas State University study, and that's important for understanding big-picture... 3 days
Refined DNA tool tracks native and invasive fish
PHYS.ORG Rather than conduct an aquatic roll call with nets to know which fish reside in a particular body of water, scientists can now use DNA fragments suspended in water to catalog invasive... 4 days
A tale of two fishes: Biologists find male, female live-bearing fish evolve differently
SCIENCE DAILY Male and female live-bearing fish evolve differently: female evolution is influenced more strongly by natural selection, while male evolution is influenced more... 3 days
Oil impairs ability of coral reef fish to find homes and evade predators
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Damming and lost connectivity for fish in northeastern ecosystems
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Climate warming promotes species diversity, but with greater taxonomic redundancy, in complex environments
Science Magazine Climate warming is predicted to alter species interactions, which could potentially lead to extinction events. However, there is an ongoing debate whether... 1 week
Researchers improve method to identify aquatic species using environmental DNA
PHYS.ORG Determining which fish are living in various bodies of water can be a daunting task for scientists studying those populations. Identifying invasive or endangered species, for example, has... 1 day
Optimization for self-production may explain mysterious features of the ribosome
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Bottom-trawling techniques leave different traces on the seabed
PHYS.ORG Fishing fleets around the world rely on nets towed along the bottom to capture fish. Roughly one-fifth of the fish eaten globally are caught by this method, known as bottom trawling, which... 4 days
Seagrass meadows: Critical habitats for juvenile fish and dugongs in the east coast Johor islands
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Damming and lost connectivity for fish in northeastern ecosystems
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Hydrogen production in a confined space
PHYS.ORG National University of Singapore chemists have developed a method to confine noble metal nanoparticles in layered, quasi-two-dimensional (2-D) materials for efficient hydrogen production. 13 hours
One amino acid, a whale of a difference
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One amino acid, a whale of a difference
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Invasive plant species can enhance coastal ecosystems
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Protein produced with electricity to alleviate world hunger
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Parents have critical role in preventing teen drinking
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How enzymes produce hydrogen
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Brief interactions spur lasting waves of gene activity in the brain
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Grasslands restoration is working in the soil, too
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Watch the secret to a tuna’s sharp turns
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Hydraulic control of tuna fins: A role for the lymphatic system in vertebrate locomotion
Science Magazine The lymphatic system in teleost fish has genetic and developmental origins similar to those of the mammalian lymphatic system, which... 1 day
Parents have substantial role in curbing drinking habits of adolescents
NEWS MEDICAL Fewer Australian teenagers are drinking alcohol but more needs to be done to curb the drinking habits of Aussie students, based on the findings of the latest study by Adelaide... 1 day
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Holographic imaging could be used to detect signs of life in space
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Researcher considers structural measures to protect cities from extreme heat events
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NASA looks to solar eclipse to help understand Earth's energy system
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Hubble sees martian moon orbiting the Red Planet
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