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organic crops Can organic crops compete with industrial agriculture?
Released December 9, 2014
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pavement ants Study finds insects play important role in dealing with garbage on NYC streets
Released December 2, 2014
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a metaphycus wasp Warmer temperatures limit impact of parasites, boost pest populations
Released November 19, 2014
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an ant drinking nectar Symbiotic plants are more diverse, finds new study
Released November 12, 2014
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view of Panama's rainforest canopy Tree diseases can help forests
Released November 11, 2014
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a big-headed ant Big-headed ants grow bigger when faced with fierce competitors
Released October 2, 2014
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image of tall grass Genetic Evidence Clears Ben Franklin
Released July 28, 2011
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a granulated ambrosia beetle Spread of Fungus-farming Beetles Is Bad News for Trees
Released July 13, 2011
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red queen Sex Works Thanks to Ever-evolving Host, Parasite Relationships
Released July 7, 2011
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cutleaved monkeyflowers Gene Flow May Help Plants Adapt to Climate Change
Released June 28, 2011
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biology graphic Researchers Find a Keystone Nutrient Recycler in Streams
Released June 27, 2011
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killer larva preys on small crustacean Scientists Uncover an Unhealthy Herds Hypothesis
Released June 23, 2011
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 Lin Jiang Proving Darwin Right: New Study Supports Hypothesis that Competition is Stronger Between More Closely Related Species
Released June 14, 2011
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Mike Pace Fluctuations Before the Fall: Predicting and Preventing Environmental Collapse
Released April 28, 2011
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photo of two lakes Scientists Detect Early Warning Signal for Ecosystem Collapse
Released April 28, 2011
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sweet potato whiteflies Instant Evolution in Whiteflies: Just Add Bacteria
Released April 7, 2011
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biology graphic 'Epidemiological' Tree Study Shows Impacts of Climate Change on Forests
Released April 4, 2011
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Richard Lenski and another researcher In the Race of Life, Better an Adaptable Tortoise Than a Fit Hare
Released March 22, 2011
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biology graphic Ecological Adaptation Likely to Influence Impacts of Climate Change
Released March 1, 2011
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milkweed being eaten by a caterpillar Global Warming May Reroute Evolution
Released February 16, 2011
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daphnia pulex Massive Daphnia Genome Leads to Understanding Gene-environment Interactions
Released February 3, 2011
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Daphnia with mild defensive neckteeth First Crustacean Genome Is Sequenced
Released February 3, 2011
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tiny water flea Daphnia Animal With the Most genes? A Tiny Crustacean
Released February 3, 2011
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researcher conducts a lizard census Island-scale Study Reveals Climate-change Effects
Released January 28, 2011
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biology graphic A New Appreciation of the Ecology-evolution Dynamic
Released January 28, 2011
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biology graphic Long-distance Migration May Help Reduce Infectious Disease Risks for Many Animal Species
Released January 20, 2011
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Folsom Lake 'Cadillac Desert' Withstands the Test of Time and Technology
Released December 15, 2010
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Volker Rudolf Study: Ecological Effects of Biodiversity Loss Underestimated
Released November 30, 2010
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Feng Sheng Hu and a graduate student Study Rewrites the Evolutionary History of C4 Grasses
Released November 16, 2010
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David Nelson New Research Changes Understanding of C4 Plant Evolution
Released November 15, 2010
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