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Dimensions of Biodiversity - News


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a captive desert woodrat Fecal transplants let packrats eat poison
Released July 21, 2014
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researchers around a water sampling rosette How do phytoplankton survive scarcity of a critical nutrient?
Released June 5, 2014
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a close-up image of 12-nanoliter-volume microwells Single-celled genome sequencing gets better
Released November 12, 2013
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biology graphic Evolution of new species requires few genetic changes
Released October 31, 2013
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an adult Nasonia female Microbes Can Influence Evolution of Their Hosts
Released July 18, 2013
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green circles indicate high levels of carbon Ocean Plankton Sponge Up Nearly Twice the Carbon Currently Assumed
Released March 18, 2013
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blue-green alga blooms in Lake Taihu University of Tennessee Team Receives NSF Support to Study Toxic Water in China
Released August 28, 2012
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