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Another challenge for the one-humped camel: evidence of a novel Camelus dromedarius-specific Anaplasma?
Findings in a new study published today in Infectious Diseases of Poverty suggest the presence of a novel pathogen which may be… Read more »
Pioneers of ethology Tinbergen and Lorenz relied on observations made with their own eyes and computed by their own brains when… Read more »
Published today in the Journal of Ecology and Environment, authors from Kyungpook National University in Korea, report the first… Read more »
The diversity and exploitation of plant signals, the illumination of biological function by molecular structure, the mystery of… Read more »
A study published today in Marine Biodiversity Records presents the first live sighting of the ruby seadragon, Phyllopteryx… Read more »
Neurodegenerative diseases – Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, motor neuron diseases, to name the commonest – are… Read more »
How is it that the fluid bathing our brains has the correct composition and volume to allow the brain cells to function properly; how is this fluid produced and how is its composition regulated?
These questions have occupied the thoughts of neuroscientists over the years and formed the subject of many separate… Read more »