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1 Line of defense: Scientists report surprising evolutionary shift in snakes
2 Lava flows tell 600-year story of biodiversity loss on tropical island
3 Scientists call on government to increase ambition to save our ocean
4 Arctic 'doomsday vault' stocks up on 60,000 more food seeds
5 Diabetes in mice cured rapidly using human stem cell strategy
6 Scientists document striking changes in Pacific Arctic ecosystems
7 Deforestation in the tropics causes declines in freshwater fish species
8 New mapping technique shows how RNA interacts with chromatin in the genome
9 Researchers develop fast, accurate test to identify toxins in cereal crops
10 Want to help save wildlife after the fires? You can do it in your own backyard
11 How science is supersizing your veggies
12 Henneguya salminicola: Microscopic parasite has no mitochondrial DNA
13 For lemurs, water holes are a matter of taste
14 Large-scale graphical variations and climatic controls on tree crown architecture
15 Mystery monkey: Rare red colobus caught on camera in South Sudan
16 How South Africa's mangrove forests store carbon and why it matters
17 Better rat control in cities starts by changing human behavior
18 Gene loss more important in animal kingdom evolution than previously thought
19 The genetic secret of night vision
20 Researchers shed light on 'arms race' between bacteria and viruses
21 Exceptional catapulting jump mechanism in a tiny beetle could be applied in robotic limbs
22 The best time to harvest yams? Science says when the lower leaves turn yellow
23 How changes in weather patterns could lead to more insect invasions
24 World's first in vitro cheetah cubs born at Columbus Zoo
25 Discovery of bacterial ancestor yields new insight on calcium channels
26 When it comes to conservation, ditch the 'canary in the coal mine'
27 Genetic resistance to lethal virus found in key farmed fish species
28 Powerful mantis shrimp pull punches in air for self-preservation
29 Shrinking sea ice is creating an ecological trap for polar bears
30 Insulin signaling suppressed by decoys
31 Stabilizing freeze-dried cellular machinery unlocks cell-free biotechnology
32 The do's and don'ts of monitoring many wildlife species at once
33 Parasitic worms have armies, and produce more soldiers when needed
34 Seagulls favor food humans have handled
35 Deaf moths evolved noise-cancelling scales to evade predators
36 Seeds in Tibet face impacts from climate change
37 Scientists develop algorithm for researching evolutionary history of species with whole-genome duplications
38 Why coronavirus could help save China's endangered species
39 Cellular metabolism regulates the fate decision between pathogenic and regulatory T cells
40 Breakthrough virus simulations tackle the flu
41 Researchers turn bacterial cell into biological computer
42 Scientists create virus-resistant tomato plants
43 Melting properties determine the biological functions of the cuticular hydrocarbon layer of ants
44 Global species loss could be halved
45 Overlooked arch in the foot is key to its evolution and function
46 Vertical fibers in the suckerfish's suction cup-like fin help it hitchhike
47 Biodiversity increases the efficiency of energy use in grasslands
48 Mosaic evolution painted lorikeets a rainbow of color
49 Are cats the 'canary in the coal mine' for wildfire effects on human health?
50 Cannibalism on rise among polar bears, say Russian scientists
51 Billions lost as illicit fisheries trade hurting nations who can afford it least
52 Super-urinators among the mangroves: Excretory gifts from estuary's busiest fish promote ecosystem health
53 Questions raised about of China anti-locust 'duck army' (Update)
54 Helpful interactions can keep societies stable
55 Researchers discover an RNA-related function for a DNA repair enzyme
56 How state-mandated pollinator plots support native bee populations
57 How enzymes build sugar trees
58 Solar-powered water quality sensor could help fish farmers to monitor pollution in ponds remotely
60 Abnormal growth of bacterial cells could be linked to antimicrobial resistance
61 Roadmap to a win-win against invasive weeds
62 There are two distinct red panda species, according to DNA analysis
63 Researchers solve old biodiversity mystery
64 Baldness gene discovery reveals origin of hairy alpine plants
65 Scientists show how caloric restriction prevents negative effects of aging in cells
66 Anthropogenic seed dispersal: Rethinking the origins of plant domestication
67 SNIPRs take aim at disease-related mutations
68 Most amphibians can glow in the dark, scientists report
69 A tadpole with a twist: Left-right asymmetric development of Oikopleura dioica
70 Monogamous female sea turtles? Yes, thanks to sperm storage
71 Deep-sea creature named after Metallica
72 Bifunctional nanobodies protect against botulinum neurotoxins including Botox
73 The troubled waters surrounding the Spratly Islands
74 New immunotherapeutic strategy shows promise in eradicating infectious biofilms
75 Naked mole rats migrate above ground with no help from the moon
76 Discovery of expanding pectin nanofilaments that manipulate plant cell shapes
77 Sugar-poor diets wreak havoc on bumblebee queens' health
78 Skin and non-adhesive cells on the skin's surface found to play pivotal role in the formation of fingers and toes
79 Not falling far from tree: Ecologists study seed-to-seedling transitions
80 Ecologically diverse clades dominate the oceans via extinction resistance
81 Stable conditions during cell division
82 This beetle got a boost when it partnered up with antifungal bacteria
83 Looking through MudPIT for protein interactions
84 Deep-sea coral gardens discovered in canyons off Australia's South West
85 From fermented foods and beverages to cosmetics: Discovering the world of yeasts
86 Male-killing bugs hold key to butterflies' curious color changes
87 Red pandas may be two different species--this raises some tough questions for conservation
88 Climate change threatens relationship between polar bears and ringed seals
89 Bandicoot digs: The little marsupial burrows that keep Australia's soil healthy
90 Australia's catastrophic fish die-off: What has happened since 2019
91 Advancing gene therapies: PIP pip hurray!
92 Accidental discovery: Some cat food manufacturers regularly change ingredient composition
93 New study reveals what fish are up to under the ice
94 DNA discovery can lead to new types of cancer drugs
95 The enemy within: How a killer hijacked one of nature's oldest relationships
96 Genetic signature boosts protein production during cell division
97 SUWA: A hyperstable artificial protein that does not denature in high temperatures above 100íC
98 GPS for chromosomes: Reorganization of the genome during development
99 Egg stem cells do not exist, new study shows
100 Coronavirus: Domestic livestock strains are commonplace
101 New eggplant varieties resistant to extreme conditions
102 Logging to start in bushfire-ravaged New Zealand forests this week
103 The mysterious Asian longhorned tick invades Virginia
104 Rethinking 'tipping points' in ecosystems and beyond
105 Disturbance is an important determinant on successful invasion of P. corethrurus in tropics
106 New 'organ-on-a-chip' system holds promise for drug toxicity screening
107 Opinion: Emotional support dogs make life harder for people who rely on service dogs
108 It's OK to feed wild birds: Here are some tips for doing it the right way
109 Weaving insect wildlife back into the tapestry of life
110 When rocks lay the groundwork for the origin of life
111 Federally protected lands reduce habitat loss and protect endangered species, study finds
112 Quantifying objects: Bees recognize that six is more than four
113 Whether horseradish flea beetles deter predators depends on their food plant and their life stage
114 Widely used weed killer harming biodiversity
115 CRISPR-HOT: A new tool to 'color' specific genes and cells
116 Biologists capture fleeting interactions between regulatory proteins and their genome-wide targets
117 How three genes rule plant symbioses
118 How quickly do flower strips in cities help the local bees?