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1 Using machine learning for rewilding
2 Protecting our plants
3 Swapping pollinators reduces species diversity, study finds
4 Transgenic mosquitoes pass on genes to native species
5 Advanced breeding paves the way for disease-resistant beans
6 Study shows bee brains process positive and negative experiences differently
7 What happens underground influences global nutrient cycles
8 Nine black rhinos from S. Africa relocated to Tanzania
9 Scientists create embryos to save northern white rhinos
10 5 new cases of mysterious disease found in dogs in Norway
11 Ghost crabs found to gnash teeth inside their stomach to ward off predators
12 China to boost pork output as swine fever drives up prices
13 Weka: Sandwich-stealing scallywags or ecosystem managers?
14 Cable bacteria: Living electrical wires with record conductivity
15 Mako shark tracking off west coast reveals 'impressive' memory and navigation
16 Conserving rare species for the maintenance of Mediterranean forests
17 Soil scientist researches nature versus nurture in microorganisms
18 Scientists identify rare evolutionary intermediates to understand the origin of eukaryotes
19 Coral restoration research shows baby sea urchins boost coral survival rate
20 Burying beetle larvae know the best time to beg for food
21 It's all a blur--why stripes hide moving prey
22 Corn one step closer to bacterial leaf streak resistance
23 Public support for gene drives in agriculture tied to limits
24 Mathematical modeling shows why animals see at night
25 Scientists solve lingering mystery of poorly understood frog
26 Long before other fish, ancient sharks found an alternative way to feed
27 Biology of bat wings may hold lessons for cold-weather work, exercise
28 Digital records of preserved plants and animals change how scientists explore the world
29 Hoary bat numbers declining at rate that suggests species in jeopardy in Pacific Northwest
30 New study examines how species colonize habitats opened by anthropogenic land cover change
31 Topography could save sensitive saguaros as climate changes
32 Female gorillas must balance the reproductive costs of staying with or leaving an older male
33 It takes a 'consortium': Researchers develop metabolic engineering technique
34 Finding (microbial) pillars of the bioenergy community
35 Breakthrough stem cell platform could shed light on mysteries of early human development
36 Where does altruism come from? Discovery of 'greenbeard' genes could hold the answer
37 There's no place like home: Butterflies stick to their burbs
38 Madagascar's unique dugongs in danger
39 Animal research: It's time to be more open
40 New findings in plant root and fungal interaction help to resolve the complexity of soil carbon cycling
41 Researchers work to understand bacteria killing citrus trees
42 The Amazon's new tallest tree is 50% taller than previous tallest tree
43 45 reasons the Great Barrier Reef is in trouble
44 Decline in tiger shark population defies expectations
45 Scientists update soybean genome to golden reference
46 Bone, not adrenaline, drives fight or flight response
47 English Channel dolphins carry 'toxic cocktail' of chemicals
48 Diet impacts the sensitivity of gut microbiome to antibiotics, mouse study finds
49 Researchers grow citrus disease bacteria in the lab
50 The 'pathobiome'--a new understanding of disease
51 Why do birds migrate at night?
52 Conservation of a Central American region is critical for migrating birds
53 Stem cell researchers reactivate 'back-up genes' in the lab
54 Researchers explore how a carbon-fixing organelle forms via phase separation
55 Early detection is key: Screening test could improve lives of cats with heart disease
56 Elaborate Komodo dragon armor defends against other dragons
57 Why is Earth so biologically diverse? Mountains hold the answer
58 Simple model captures almost 100 years of measles dynamics in London
59 Controversial insecticides shown to threaten survival of wild birds
60 Hide and squeak: scientists reveal the playful lives of rats
61 Molecular biologists reveal new insights into tumor progression
62 Skin-crawling discovery: 'body farm' scientists find corpses move
63 A new methodology for sequencing viruses
64 Multidrug resistance: Not as recent as we thought
65 Method to customize microbes for better biofuel production
66 Decoding messages in the body's microscopic metropolises
67 16 things you probably didn't know about cephalopod sex
68 Salmon Tales: Sex, myth and molecular genetics of an iconic fish
69 'Yank': A new term in biophysics
70 Breeding single-sex animal populations could help prevent disease and poverty
71 Mother cells as organelle donors
72 Extinction of Icelandic walrus coincides with Norse settlement
73 Male Trinidad guppies find food thanks to females
74 Researchers find waterhemp has evolved resistance to four herbicide sites of action
75 How new loops in DNA packaging help us make diverse antibodies
76 How microtubules branch in new directions, a first look in animals
77 Scientists sharpen gene editing tool
78 Microbes make chemicals for scent marking in a cat
79 Antibiotic resistance surges in dolphins, mirroring humans
80 Summer of Blob: Maine sees more big, stinging jellyfish
81 Dozens of tigers dead after confiscation from Thai temple
82 Researchers call for more realistic experiments on the impact of climate change on ecosystems
83 Sweet success of parasite survival could also be its downfall
84 How alpine ecosystems are responding to climate change: It all comes down to the soil
85 How can evolutionary biology help to get rid of antibiotic resistant bacteria?
86 Mass extinctions made life on Earth more diverse, and might again
87 Researchers find new way to find antibiotics in dirt
88 Help track 4 billion bogong moths with your smartphone- and save pygmy possums from extinction
89 A modeling tool to rapidly predict weed spread risk
90 New contrast agent combination could usher in a new era of vascular systems biology
91 New approach to track returning animals at rehabilitated mine sites
92 Extinct Canary Island bird was not a unique species after all, DNA tests prove
93 Seize some seeds from the garden for planting next year
94 Veterinarian says bats can be problem for pets, humans this time of year
95 Like an instruction manual, the genome groups genes together for convenience
96 Study shows importance of tailoring treatments to clearly defined weed control objectives
97 New study shows common carp aquaculture in Neolithic China dating back 8,000 years
98 The sleep neuron in threadworms is also a stop neuron
99 Palmer amaranth's molecular secrets reveal troubling potential
100 Genetically engineered plasmid can be used to fight antimicrobial resistance
101 Harnessing tomato jumping genes could help speed-breed drought-resistant crops
102 Taking evolution to heart
103 New technology allows fleets to double fishing capacity--and deplete fish stocks faster
104 For lemurs, sex role reversal may get its start in the womb
105 Ecologist revives world's longest running succession study
106 Look out, invasive species: The robots are coming
107 New species of giant salamander is world's biggest amphibian
108 Scientists identify previously unknown 'hybrid zone' between hummingbird species
109 Scientists in New York City discover a valuable method to track rats
110 Early rice farmers unwittingly selected for weedy imposters
111 Nature documentaries increasingly talk about threats to nature, but still don't show them
112 How nitrogen-fixing bacteria sense iron