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1 Conservation biologists find new applications for AI tools
2 What are native grasslands, and why do they matter?
3 Researchers make critical cell division discovery
4 Study reveals unexpected fire role in longleaf pine forests
5 Captive lion breeding in South Africa: the case for a total ban
6 Capacity what? The intangible side of conservation
7 Black bears adapt to life near humans by burning the midnight oil
8 Two rare white rhinos pregnant at Belgian zoo
9 Citizen scientists offer ray of hope
10 Major class of viruses reveals complex origins
11 New protein-sensing mechanism discovered
12 Some of Southern California's most iconic and popular beaches have lost most of their biodiversity
13 Poisonous grasses: new study provides reassurance
14 Traded forest tree seeds pose a great risk of introducing harmful pests
15 Animal friendships 'change with the weather' in the Masai Mara
16 Gibbons' large, long-term territories put them under threat from habitat loss
17 Mapping Oregon coast harbor seal movements using wearable devices
18 The vision of spiderlings is nearly as keen as their parents: study
19 Male black widow spiders piggyback on the work of their rivals to find female mates faster
20 Chromosome structure inspires intricate works of art
21 Cat causes carnage in rare seabird colony
22 Mastering metabolism for shark and ray survival
23 Buzz kill: mass bee deaths sting Russian beekeepers
24 The purpose of life: why the textbook needs an update
25 A scientific approach to recreate metabolic evolution in plants
26 Can plants think? They could one day force us to change our definition of intelligence
27 New research helps hay producers manage Bermuda grass stem maggot
28 The drug combination effective against bovine leukemia
29 Study shows placenta truly is a bacteria-free zone
30 Research looks at virus past to predict future outbreaks
31 Using organisms to decontaminate soil
32 Turtle embryos play a role in determining their own sex
33 Repairing harmful effects of inbreeding could save the iconic Helmeted Honeyeater
34 Bats use leaves as mirrors to find prey in the dark
35 Finding weakness in bacterial protein to fight antibiotic resistance
36 Tracking baby fish for better reef management
37 Scientists crack the code to improve stress tolerance in plants
38 Scientists identify a new signaling component important for plant symbiosis
39 Endometrial diseases can be imitated in a lab dish, new study shows
40 Human genetic diversity of South America reveals complex history of Amazonia
41 The curious tale of the cancer 'parasite' that sailed the seas
42 Three concepts from complexity could play a big role in social animal research
43 Genomic data reveal intense fish harvesting causes rapid evolution
44 Eleven new species of rain frogs discovered in the tropical Andes
45 Convention on Biological Diversity adopts indicator to track conservation of useful plants
46 Orchestrating development in the fly embryo
47 Mapping the kinks in faulty DNA
48 Finding signs of happiness in chickens could help us understand their lives in captivity
49 Turtle embryos can choose their own sex, shows new research--but why?
50 When plant roots learned to follow gravity
51 Discovery of non-blooming orchid on Japanese subtropical islands
52 Investigating alternatives to opioids for dogs in pain
53 New technology for protein complex discovery holds promise for biotechnology and crop improvement
54 To learn how poison frogs are adapting to warmer temperatures, scientists got crafty
55 Researchers discover new mechanism of microorganism resistance against free radicals
56 Research reveals bittersweet truth of how bee-friendly limonoids are made
57 Genes that first enabled plants to grow leaves identified by scientists
58 New research shows effectiveness of laws for protecting imperiled species, remaining gaps
59 US and China should collaborate, not compete, to bring AI to healthcare
60 Fearing cougars more than wolves, Yellowstone elk manage threats from both predators
61 Greening devastates the citrus industry--new research offers a solution
62 Endangered list sought for firefly with double-green flash
63 Study finds native bighorn sheep herds retain migratory diversity
64 Number of US fish stocks at sustainable levels remains near record high
65 Mystery deaths of dolphins, whales off Tuscany
66 Biologists reverse engineer the microtubules that make up cell walls and spindles
67 No 'Guardian of the Galaxy': trapped US raccoon goes viral
68 Whales die in new mysterious Iceland stranding
69 Back to the wild: how 'ungardening' took root in America
70 Pets in America now get human treatment
71 TV crews capture first evidence of leopard seals sharing food
72 Recursive language and modern imagination were acquired simultaneously 70,000 years ago
73 In French mountains, bear attacks leave shepherds skittish
74 New knowledge in history: Evaluating seven decades of ex situ seed regeneration
75 Researcher observes the unexpected: nut-eating gorillas
76 An ambitious plan to stop the rise of superbugs
77 Caterpillars of the peppered moth perceive color through their skin
78 Hepatitis B: Unusual virus discovered in shrews
79 Eye imaging technology provides opportunities in biotechnology
80 Rye is healthy, thanks to an interplay of microbes
81 Evidence found of evolution influencing number of neurons that sense certain odors
82 Koala-detecting dogs sniff out flaws in Australia's threatened species protection
83 Experiments suggest macaques are capable of making decisions based on inference
84 Where do great white sharks show up most?
85 This is the healthiest part of the apple, according to study
86 Early detection of European spruce bark beetles with remote sensing
87 It would take 50 million years to recover New Zealand's lost bird species
88 Quantum dots capture speciation in sandplain fynbos on the West Coast of South Africa
89 Pesticides deliver a one-two punch to honey bees
90 Dry feed for superfood producers
91 Symphony of genes
92 Paradoxical survival: Examining the Parrondo effect across biology
93 Scientists propose environmentally friendly control practices for harmful tomato disease
94 Restoring forests means less fuel for wildfire and more storage for carbon
95 Long-lasting effects of ironwork on mammal distributions over the last millennium
96 New study aims to help protect the world's trees and forests from harmful pests and diseases
97 A transparent squid with glowing internal organs recorded by deep-sea explorers
98 Scientists to restore rocky intertidal seaweed to boost coastal biodiversity
99 Removing carbon dioxide from power plant exhaust
100 Ultra-thin layers of rust generate electricity from flowing water
101 Smartphone virus scanner: New portable device lets smartphones count biological viruses
102 A novel peptide to rapidly kill multidrug-resistant bacteria
103 Next step in producing magnetic organic molecules
104 Researchers report bio-inspired selective antibiotics
105 Next-generation medication: Where chemistry meets computation
106 Improving efficiency, brightness of perovskite LEDs
107 Microfluidic array catches, holds single cervical cells for faster screening
108 Researchers discover a new phase in block copolymers
109 Researchers raise the heat on molten metals to forge future technologies
110 Food quality control made faster and easier
111 Researchers enrich silver chemistry
112 Neutrons shed light on industrial catalyst for hydrogen production
113 Multi-state switchable stationary phase opens new doors in chiral separation
114 Scientists cook up new recipes for taking salt out of seawater
115 Scientists take step toward more efficient fuel refining processes
116 NRL pigment package for ships slows discoloration, lowers solar temperature load