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1 Omega-3 fatty acid supplements, hypothyroidism could lower risk of T-zone lymphoma in dogs
2 Zooming in on an inner-cell DNA repair shop
3 Keeping genetic engineering localized
4 Exotic signaling mechanism in pathogens
5 High throughput method to produce and screen engineered antimicrobial lanthipeptides
6 Researchers advance in the development of 'papaya sugarcane'
7 How understanding animal behavior can support wildlife conservation
8 Metabolically engineered organisms could sustainably produce ingredients for natural foods, flavors and fragrances
9 Origin of the saffron crocus traced back to Greece
10 Loss of habitat causes double damage to species richness
11 Saving bees, protecting forests and improving livelihoods
12 Hermit crabs found to use vibration to ward off would-be shell evictors
13 Study sheds light on social drivers of animal dispersal
14 Wild bees flock to forested areas affected by severe fire
15 Machine learning for measuring roots
16 As climate change erodes US coastlines, an invasive plant could become an ally
17 Rwanda's gorillas have figured out where to find their sodium fix--but it's dangerous
18 Spider surprise: Philippines seizes 750 smuggled tarantulas
19 Global eradication of 'fly of death' not ethically justified, researchers conclude
20 Here's why you need to keep your voice down when on a wildlife tour
21 Researchers' breakthrough in tackling challenge of antifungal resistance
22 New study questions effects of reintroducing top predators
23 German state to accept environmentalists' bee-saving plan
24 Gorillas gather around and groom their dead
25 Newly discovered mechanism of plant hormone auxin acts contrarily
26 Scientists discover first organism with chlorophyll genes that doesn't photosynthesize
27 Spider monkeys lower their 'whinnies' when making long-distance calls
28 Think the tick threat grows with the grass? Not necessarily
29 New Metascape platform enables biologists to unlock big-data insights
30 Bid to beat rabies could benefit from oral dog vaccine, study finds
31 Insect-deterring sorghum compounds may be eco-friendly pesticide
32 Massive 12-foot alligator trapped in Florida weighs nearly 750 pounds
33 Global centers of unsustainable harvesting of species identified
34 Shark researcher documents surge of great whites off Cape Cod
35 Sea level rise could make plants bigger--then it may kill them
36 Novel strategy hits 'reset button' for disease-causing genetic duplications
37 A light-based carrier system for CRISPR-Cas9 gene editing
38 Meow hear this: Study says cats react to sound of their name
39 Biodiversity is key for the fertility and productivity of arid ecosystems
40 Thirteen new ant species discovered in Hong Kong
41 Russian scientists discover a new function of the nucleus lamina proteins
42 Singapore seizes record shipment of pangolin scales
43 Sea turtles struggle years after unexplained die-off
44 Scientists call for national science agenda for biodiversity collections
45 Can bacteria help us prevent salt damage to concrete roads and bridges?
46 Research improves understanding of new form of cell-cell communication
47 Scientists genetically engineer yeast to improve understanding of how cells work
48 New technology set to lead fight against anti-microbial resistance
49 Electricity-conducting bacteria yield secret to tiny batteries, big medical advances
50 Ready, steady, go: Two new studies reveal the steps in plant immune receptor activation
51 Novel Hawaiian communities operate similarly to native ecosystems
52 Mystery of how beetles that live in aquifers breathe solved
53 Microglia, cells thought restricted to central nervous system, are redefined in new study
54 Biologists: Killing hungry sea lions saving endangered fish
55 First reported UK case of likely dog-to-dog transmission of leishmaniosis
56 Scientists warn of pandemic endangering amphibians
57 Scientists develop methods to validate gene regulation networks
58 Compass orientation of a migratory bat species depends on sunset direction
59 A peptide against cannibalism
60 The holm oak transcriptome rebuilt: A key step towards understanding its biology
61 Compound that kills drug-resistant fungi is isolated from ant microbiota
62 Cell lesson: better coordinated than isolated
63 Social insecurity also stresses chimpanzees
64 Plants grow less in hotter temperatures
65 Study explains why some of our famous flightless birds can't fly
66 Screw-shaped bird sperm swim faster--but it comes at a cost
67 Study shows human-built offshore structures can benefit seabirds
68 A new protein structure that helps viruses with lipid membranes enter cells discovered
69 Manatees face new challenge in Florida from harassing, non-native armored catfish
70 Trapdoor spider species that stay local put themselves at risk
71 Russia plans to free almost 100 captured whales
72 Evolutionary changes played a crucial role in industrialization, study finds
73 Australian Murray River habitat restoration increases native fish populations
74 Rusted root: Weedy rice repeatedly evolves 'cheater' root traits
75 Scientists discover, climb and describe the world's tallest tropical tree
76 These molecules could trap viruses inside a cell
77 Tidying up: A new way to direct trash to autophagy
78 Science-based guidelines for building a bee-friendly landscape
79 Unjamming the genome after DNA damage: A gene regulatory multi-tool has yet another function
80 Digging ancient signals out of modern human genomes
81 New insights on the form and function of the dolphin clitoris
82 Sydney Brenner, who helped decipher genetic code, dies at 92
83 Team in Florida captures huge python using tracking devices
84 DNA copying machine a master of resource recycling
85 Dogged researchers show that dingoes keep feral cats in check
86 Radiation and plants: From soil remediation to interplanetary flights
87 New model explains origins of empathy
88 Researchers find a way to use CRISPR Cas-9 on reptiles
89 Personalities promote adaptability
90 A new view on a very old problem: Evolution of the photochemical reaction centers
91 Poisons flow in toxic levels through the veins of great white sharks, new study shows
92 More dolphins die in Aegean Sea; group suspects navy drills
93 When the extreme becomes the norm for Arctic animals
94 Antioxidants protect cells from harmful water contaminant
95 Official stats mask shark and ray species caught in the Mediterranean and Black seas
96 Evolution imposes 'speed limit' on recovery after mass extinctions
97 Beer and fodder crop has been deteriorating for 6,000 years
98 Global study shows exotic species are a complex threat
99 International team decodes the durum wheat genome
100 Just how much does enhancing photosynthesis improve crop yield?
101 Pollen detectives work to predict asthma and hay fever
102 Woolly mammoths and Neanderthals may have shared genetic traits
103 How a bacterium feeds an entire flatworm
104 UliCUT&RUN maps protein binding on chromatin in single cells and single embryos
105 Oral bacteria 'battle royale' helps explain how a pathogen causes hospital infections
106 More than individual landowner issue
107 New DNA 'shredder' technique goes beyond CRISPR's scissors
108 Study: Some woodpeckers imitate a neighbor's plumage
109 Spotted lanternflies found to be flyers, not gliders
110 Survey: More Mexican gray wolves roaming southwestern US
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