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1 Knowledge Engine is ready to accelerate genomic research
2 Symbiotic viruses help host insects override the plant's defenses
3 A fundamental discovery about how gene activity is regulated
4 How the development of skulls and beaks made Darwin's finches one of the most diverse species
5 Planned hydropower dams threaten fish in the tropics
6 Trained dogs are the most efficient way to hunt citrus industry's biggest threat
7 Scientists examine bacterial cannibalism
8 Probing the genetic basis of Roundup resistance in morning glory, a noxious weed
9 Scientists listen to whales, walruses, seals in a changing arctic seascape
10 Chemists unveil the structure of an influenza B protein
11 How ants get angry: Precise 'lock and key' process regulates aggression, acceptance
12 Feeding bluebirds helps fend off parasites
13 Study identifies interaction site for serotonin type 3A and RIC-3 chaperone
14 Researchers find microscopic airlock mechanism in cellular transport system
15 International team identifies areas of top priority for deep-sea monitoring and conservation
16 Researchers obtain the most complete genetic map of peppers
17 Vernalization study defines additional phase in universal epigenetic mechanism
18 Veterinary medicine researchers develop new method to improve food safety
19 Unlocking the secret of cell regulation: New method offers a closer look at noncoding RNA
20 Locust invasion threatens wildlife and livelihoods in Kenya
21 Trees in South Africa are under attack--and it's proving hard to manage
22 Cross-country dingoes have differently shaped heads
23 Ecologists find how forest age affects the accumulation of carbon in the soil
24 Size matters! What drives zoo attendance and how does footfall impact conservation?
25 Wasps' gut microbes help them--and their offspring--survive pesticides
26 Herringbone pattern in plant cell walls critical to cell growth
27 How cells respond appropriately in harsh environments arising from global warming
28 Flyception 2.0: New imaging technology tracks complex social behavior
29 Open sores, lower numbers likely not invasive lionfish's end
30 Beloved 3-flippered sea turtle dies after nearly 20 years at National Aquarium
31 Microbes linked to cancer in threatened California foxes, report Princeton researchers
32 Cuttlefish eat less for lunch when they know there'll be shrimp for dinner
33 Researchers discover intricate process of DNA repair in genome stability
34 African swine fever kills hundreds of pigs in Bali
35 New metadata database for terrestrial metagenomes: Helping discover the diversity in soil
36 Bumble bees prefer a low-fat diet
37 Primate venom sheds light on why so many people suffer cat allergies
38 New roles for DNA-packaging proteins
39 Fruit flies respond to rapid changes in the visual environment thanks to luminance-sensitive lamina neurons
40 Save the giants, save the planet
41 Red and grey squirrel genomes could hold the key to the survival of reds in Britain and Ireland
42 Penguin calls found to conform to human linguistic laws
43 Origin of ambergris verified through DNA analyses
44 Africa should ban neonicotinoid insecticides, too
45 Rewilding can mitigate climate change, researchers report after global assessment
46 After a fire, some plants--even weeds--can be better than none
47 Diet found to contribute to urban-induced alterations in bird gut microbiota
48 Faster than a speeding bullet: Asian hornet invasion spreads to Northern Germany
49 Landscape-level surveys are necessary to address large-scale wildlife losses from poaching
50 Putting a finger on plant stress response
51 Scientists sequence the genome of basmati rice
52 Waterbug from European rivers found in the Iberian Peninsula
53 Colossal oysters have disappeared from Florida's 'most pristine' coastlines
54 Scientists document collapse of key Central American forest engineer
55 The invisibility cloak of a fungus
56 Why males pack a powerful punch
57 Scientists solve structure enabling cyanobacteria to thrive in low light
58 Bumblebees carry heavy loads in economy mode
59 New global biodiversity study provides unified map of life on land and in the ocean
60 Conflict between ranchers and wildlife intensifies as climate change worsens in Chile
61 An invasive flatworm from Argentina, Obama nungara, found across France and Europe
62 Sheep know the grass isn't always greener when it comes to their health
63 A method to engineer immune cells so they grow even in hostile tumors
64 Study reveals evolutionary clues to honeybees' social complexity
65 Sugar ants' preference for pee may reduce greenhouse gas emissions
66 A protein lulls algae to 'sleep,' and what that means for making green fuels
67 Bogong Bikkies: Nutritionally suitable baked biscuits help mountain pygmy-possums after bushfires
68 Botswana holds controversial auction of elephant hunting licences
69 Structure of human thyroglobulin identified
70 Switzerland flags 'atypical' mad cow case
71 Analysis of human genomes in the cloud
72 8 things we do that really confuse our dogs
73 France keeps eyes peeled for ruinous tomato virus
74 Tropical trees are living time capsules of human history
75 Whales coordinate deep dives to evade predators
76 Researchers refute fifty-year old doctrine on cell membrane regulation
77 Proposed hydropower dams pose threat to Gabon's fishes
78 Rejuvenate Bio launches to help dogs live longer, healthier lives
79 The invasive Argentine ant has seasonal viruses
80 The unchanging viscosity of cells
81 How plants are built to be strong and responsive
82 Why bumble bees are going extinct in time of 'climate chaos'
83 Key molecular machine in cells pictured in detail for the first time
84 Collaboration lets researchers 'read' proteins for new properties
85 How farmers' opinions determine success of plant-disease control strategies
86 Group seeks endangered species listing for Alaska lake seals
87 Research could be step toward lab-grown eggs and sperm to treat infertility
88 Researchers study elephants' unique interactions with their dead
89 East African fish in need of recovery
90 Sharp rise in canine fertility clinics but not always staffed with vets
91 How mosquitoes find humans to bite
92 Branching out for a new green revolution
93 Scientists explore how females shut off their second X chromosome
94 Single-molecule imaging reveals how myosin moves to bring about muscle contraction
95 Biologist discovers that lavender enhances the immunity of carp
96 New tool probes gene regulation
97 Cattle grazing supports biodiversity in Romania
98 I walked 1,200 kilometers in the outback to track huge lizards
99 CRISPR gene editing creates 'designer' immune cells that fight cancer
100 Solved: Mystery of marine nitrogen cycling in shelf waters
101 Biodiversity yields financial returns
102 Beef cattle genetics, management critical in fine tuning herds to fit environment
103 Alaska's national forests contribute 48 million salmon a year to state's fishing industry
104 Scientists grow date palm plants from 2,000-year-old seeds
105 Epigenetics: Inheritance of epigenetic markers
106 Mediterranean sea urchins are more vulnerable than previously thought
107 Bacterial influencers--rhizosphere microbiome mediates root metabolite exudation
108 Scientists can now design new proteins from scratch with specific functions
109 Novel techniques for mining patented gene therapies offer promising treatment options
110 New platform for composing genetic programs in mammalian cells