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a leaf-footed bug September 26, 2016
Insect battles provide clues to evolution
Science Nation
a bluntnose sixgill shark September 8, 2016
How do shark teeth bite? Reciprocating saw, glue provide answers
News From the Field
black spots on a ripe tomato September 1, 2016
Scientists find new system in tomato's defense against bacterial speck disease
News From the Field
transfering tomato plantlets August 29, 2016
More tomatoes, faster: Accelerating tomato engineering
News From the Field
heads of horned and cyclopic beetles August 22, 2016
'Cyclops' beetles hint at solution to 'chicken-and-egg' problem in novel trait evolution
News From the Field
cells isolated from stingray gills August 19, 2016
Proton pump found to regulate blood pH in stingrays
News From the Field
rod and cone photoreceptors in a human retina August 19, 2016
UA biomedical engineer sheds light on the mysteries of vision
News From the Field
a nesting male ocellated wrasse collects algae August 16, 2016
Female fish can favor sperm from preferred males despite external fertilization
News From the Field
Rebecca Safran holding a bird August 15, 2016
CU Boulder study: Mate choices of barn swallows tied to diverging appearances
News From the Field
Zebra finches August 10, 2016
Stress bites! USF researchers study mosquito/bird interactions
News From the Field
When they're mature, sunflowers stop tracking the sun and instead face solely eastward. August 4, 2016
Sunflowers move from east to west, and back, by the clock
Press Release
image of sunflowers August 4, 2016
Sunflowers move by the clock
News From the Field
clara and her pup eating August 3, 2016
Energetic cost of rearing a pup seen in soaring metabolic rate of sea-otter mom
News From the Field
Letharia vulpina houses yeast as a third partner July 21, 2016
Yeast emerges as hidden third partner in lichen symbiosis
News From the Field
screen shot of researchers doing plant research July 12, 2016
Disentangling the plant microbiome
News From the Field
fecal matter transplant July 12, 2016
These days fecal transplantation is no joke
News From the Field
a fruit fly on a compost pile June 27, 2016
Ladykiller: Artificial sweetener proves deadly for female flies
News From the Field
arabidopsis arenosa June 27, 2016
Serpentine plants survive harsh soils thanks to borrowed genes
News From the Field
maize tissues June 24, 2016
'Amazing protein diversity' is discovered in the maize plant
News From the Field
biology graphic June 22, 2016
A 'Fitbit' for plants?
News From the Field
slate-colored junco, left & the white-winged junco June 15, 2016
When it comes to evolution, testes may play a key role, IU studies find
News From the Field
Michael Knoblauch June 6, 2016
WSU researcher affirms 86-year-old hypothesis
News From the Field
model organism of a tadpole June 3, 2016
Study shows how judgment of sensory simultaneity may develop in the brain
News From the Field
English ivy May 23, 2016
Ivy's powerful grasp could lead to better medical adhesives, stronger battle armor
News From the Field
memory card next to a human head May 17, 2016
Long-term memory has back-up plan, researchers find
News From the Field
mazie ears showing the impact of FEA3 mutations May 16, 2016
New stem cell pathway indicates route to much higher yields in maize, staple crops
News From the Field
maize genome May 16, 2016
FSU-Cornell team defines meaningful part of maize genome
News From the Field
biology graphic May 16, 2016
Maize genome 'dark matter' discovery a boon for breeders
News From the Field
two beetles of the genus Onthophagus May 11, 2016
You are what you eat: IU biologists map genetic pathways of nutrition-based species traits
News From the Field
a soilder with the letters PTSD on his face May 11, 2016
PTSD linked to low levels of fat hormone
News From the Field
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