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1 Biologists find that generalist diet is helping Cincinnati's rusty crayfish take over streams
2 New details on how a viral protein puts the brakes on virus replication
3 No clear path for Golden Rice to reach consumers
4 France goes soggy on using CRISPR technique for veggies
5 Mapping the future direction for bioprinting research
6 Four rare mountain gorillas 'killed by lightning' in Uganda
7 New research shows that El Nino contributes to insect collapse in the Amazon
8 Acid-loving microbe can improve understanding of past climate
9 Chinese date extract improves the immune system of fish
10 Scientists warn humanity about worldwide insect decline
11 Using the power of pop to change minds over sea turtle meat consumption
12 'Rule-breaking' plants may be climate change survivors
13 Scientists explain why naked mole-rats' longevity contradicts accepted aging theory
14 Powering H. pylori pathogenesis
15 Bees prioritize their unique waggle dance to find flowers
16 Proper etiquette in the presence of bison
17 Dolphins gather in female family groups
18 Bees and crop plants subjects of new 'pollination guide' for Brazil
19 Study: Adding sewage sludge to soils does not promote antibiotic resistance
20 New repair mechanism for DNA breaks
21 Inner 'clockwork' sets the time for cell division in bacteria
22 Observing proteins in their natural environment
23 Could illegally trafficked pangolins be the missing link in the coronavirus outbreak?
24 Lone wolf that traveled 8,700 miles looking for a mate found dead in California
25 New world map of fish genetic diversity
26 First artificial enzyme created with two non-biological groups
27 Global warming and extinction risk
28 Reimagining the link between geographic space and species could boost conservation and management efforts
29 Coronavirus outbreak raises question: Why are bat viruses so deadly?
30 Study examines the impact of oil contaminated water on tubeworms and brittlestars
31 Half-a-million insect species face extinction: scientists
32 Orb-weaver spiders' yellow and black pattern helps them lure prey
33 How some mammals pause their pregnancies
34 Atom or noise? New method helps cryo-EM researchers tell the difference
35 Study identifies interaction that promotes cancerous state in cells
36 Climate warming disrupts tree seed production
37 Sexual reproduction: Sometimes it's just not worth the effort, study finds
38 Observational study reveals short-range interactions govern dynamics of microbial communities
39 New treatment tackles costly parasitic disease for freshwater farmed and ornamental fish
40 Tea trees crave water during hot and dry summer days
41 Viruses reprogram cells into different virocells
42 Bush-crickets' ears unlock the science to developing revolutionary hearing sensors
43 Cluster of sharks in one spot off Carolinas coast grows more intense
44 Researchers find new method to allow corals to rapidly respond to climate change
45 When introduced species are cute and lovable, culling them is a tricky proposition
46 Building better base editors
47 It's true: Mosquitoes prefer to bite some people over others
48 Central European pests are migrating northward
49 Why the goby can conquer the waters of the world
50 How to reduce the number of birds killed by buildings
51 Live imaging of flowers reveals hidden secrets of plant reproduction
52 Diseases spread from wildlife pose risk to livestock and humans in Alberta, scientists find
53 How some butterflies developed the ability to change their eyespot size
54 They were once domestic pets, then natural selection made dingoes wild
55 New research shows how the malaria parasite grows and multiplies
56 More than just a carnival trick: Researchers can guess your age based on your microbes
57 Beloved Colombian hippos pose environmental dilemma
58 Mediterranean great white sharks found to have 3.2 million-year-old origins
59 Small marsupials in Australia may struggle to adjust to a warming climate
60 Local genetic adaption helps sorghum crop hide from witchweed
61 Researchers identify new 'universal' target for antiviral treatment
62 Asian carp roundup in Kentucky opens new front in battle
63 Anatomical details of rare electric fish revealed by an advanced imaging technique
64 Monitoring organs and cells in living fly larvae
65 Control of a mitochondrial protective mechanism identified
66 Technology takes a step forward in genetic research
67 A less-contentious alternative to biodiversity offsetting
68 The challenges and opportunities of inclusive conservation in Salonga
69 Penguins starving as Antarctica warms: Drones help count the losses
70 Bacteria under the microscope: A new growth model for tuberculosis
71 Vertebral size and shape potentially linked to generalized back problems
72 Bringing public health to the forefront in gene set enrichment analysis
73 Dairy cattle found to have less stable personality traits during puberty
74 Lane change in the cytoskeleton
75 Bacteria genes help researchers keep track of human environmental impact in oceans
76 Taming age survival of Asian elephants three times higher than in the 1970s--certain calves still more at risk
77 Marvelous mycorrhizae: The fungal networks that boost food production
78 Right beneath the skin we all have the same bacteria
79 Polar bears in Baffin Bay skinnier, having fewer cubs due to less sea ice
80 Invasive species that threaten biodiversity on the Antarctic Peninsula are identified
81 How plants in the cabbage family look inward when sulfur is scarce
82 How roots find their way to water
83 Pea instead of soy in animal feed
84 Antibiotics discovered that kill bacteria in a new way
85 Huge bacteria-eating viruses close gap between life and non-life
86 Human language most likely evolved gradually
87 Pollinating opossums confirm decades-long theory
88 New technique reduces pathogen identification time from two weeks to less than one hour
89 One-third of plant and animal species could be gone in 50 years, study says
90 Algae team rosters could help ID 'super corals'
91 How bird flocks with multiple species behave like K-pop groups
92 Bacteriophages may play a role in childhood stunting...and be able to help treat it
93 Protecting redundancy in the food web helps ensure ecological resilience
94 Tiny Dancer: Scientists spy on booty-shaking bees to help conservation
95 Taking a bite out of mosquito-borne disease
96 How cellular machinery labels proteins for degradation
97 Hidden away: An enigmatic mammalian brain area revealed in reptiles
98 Panamanian field expeditions examine how species persevere in face of climate change
99 Understanding different brown bear personalities may help reduce clashes with people
100 Why C. difficile infection spreads despite increased sanitation practices
101 Researchers announce extinction of the Chinese paddlefish
102 Autophagy degrades liquid droplets--but not aggregates--of proteins
103 Neuron-like activity detected in an unforeseen place
104 Alternatives to antibiotics found in sheep poo and on human skin
105 'Ghost' DNA found in some West African people
106 Using digital cameras for basic health checks saves zoo animals from anesthetics
107 For bacteria, your community determines whether you evolve or not
108 Stinging water mystery solved: Jellyfish can sting swimmers, prey with 'mucus grenades'
109 Sea lions could point the way to monitor riverbed erosion
110 Farmers to tackle locust swarms armed with new app