The biological effects of aging are challenges which we all have to face. For many of us, a great aesthetic concern is the impact of aging on the… Read more »
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Picking a lemur out of a line-up: introducing LemurFaceID, a facial recognition system for wild lemurs
For primate researchers, long-term tracking of known-individuals is crucial, but identification relies on costly, difficult, and potentially… Read more »
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Research recently published in BMC Evolutionary Biology presents the first known example of bird groups that have speciated within… Read more »
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Army ants serve as hosts to various organisms that depend on these ants for survival. These organisms are referred to as… Read more »
While invasive species can be a devastating force in their new habitats by negatively impacting biodiversity and the environment,… Read more »
Another challenge for the one-humped camel: evidence of a novel Camelus dromedarius-specific Anaplasma?
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African trypanosomes hiding in newly discovered tissue reservoirs could impact on transmission, chemotherapy, and diagnosis.