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Photo of a white male butterfly courting a yellow female during a mate choice experiment in Ecuador.   Image A white male butterfly is shown courting a yellow female during a mate choice experiment in Ecuador.
Updated November 5, 2009
Photo of butterfly and the words Audio Slideshow   Image Watch the audio slideshow.
Updated November 5, 2009
Photo of Carrie McCalley installing soil collars used to measure nitrogen flux in desert soils.   Image Carrie McCalley installs "soil collars" used to measure nitrogen flux in desert soils.
Updated November 5, 2009
Photo of desert landscape and the words Audio Slideshow   Image Watch the audio slideshow.
Updated November 5, 2009
Cover of the Nov. 6 issue of Science magazine.   Image The researchers' findings are published in the Nov. 6 issue of the journal Science.
Updated November 5, 2009
Photo showing a shrub turning a bright green after a rain in the Mohave.   Image After the rains come to the Mojave, shrubs and other plant life turn a bright green.
Updated November 5, 2009
A close-up of a nitrogen measurement lid under a shrub common in the Mojave Desert.   Image A close-up of a nitrogen measurement lid under a shrub common in the Mojave Desert.
Updated November 5, 2009
Photo of soil collars resting in the spaces between plants and under evergreen shrubs.   Image Soil collars rest in the spaces between plants and under evergreen shrubs.
Updated November 5, 2009
Photo of shrubs in the Mojave Desert.   Image In the Mojave Desert, shrubs create islands of plant life.
Updated November 5, 2009
Photo of a yucca in the Mojave Desert with the setting sun in the background.   Image Sunset over the Mojave Desert: Will its plant life wane in response to global warming?
Updated November 5, 2009
Watch this "Virtual Cell" animation to learn how proteins are transported in a cell.   Video Mitochondrial Protein Transport
Video type: Quicktime Player
Updated November 5, 2009
Two schematics showing pathways of nitrogen loss in a non-desert and desert systems.   Image Two schematics show pathways of nitrogen loss in a non-desert and desert systems.
Updated November 5, 2009
An artist's impression of a star system that may explode as a Type .Ia supernova is shown here.   Image An artist's impression of a star system that may explode as a Type .Ia supernova is shown here.
Updated November 5, 2009
Cover of the Nov. 6 issue of Science magazine.   Image The researchers' findings are published in the Nov. 6 issue of Science magazine.
Updated November 5, 2009
Photo of a lake in southwestern Norway.   Image This lake in southwestern Norway, like other lakes in the region, has high nitrogen levels.
Updated November 5, 2009
Photo of researchers sampling Norway's Sandvotni Lake.   Image Researchers sample Norway's Sandvotni Lake; air pollution deposits nitrogen in its waters.
Updated November 5, 2009
Photo of scientist James Elser is shown at NSF's Niwot Ridge, Colorado, LTER site.   Image Scientist James Elser is shown at NSF's Niwot Ridge, Colorado, Long-Term Ecological Research site.
Updated November 5, 2009
Photo of Friend's Pond near Gothic, Colorado.   Image Among the lakes studied, Friend's Pond near Gothic, Colorado, has less nitrogen.
Updated November 5, 2009
Photo of Green Lake 4 in the Front Range of the Colorado Rocky Mountains.   Image Green Lake 4 in the Front Range of the Colorado Rocky Mountains has high nitrogen levels.
Updated November 5, 2009
H. pylori bacterium moves freely in a higher pH mucin solution.   Video H. pylori bacterium moves freely in a higher pH mucin solution.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated November 4, 2009
H. pylori bacterium struggles to move in a mucin gel.   Video H. pylori bacterium struggles to move in a mucin gel.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated November 4, 2009
Illustration showing H. pylori liquefying stomach mucin to cross over to the epithelium cells.   Image Heliobacter pylori liquefies stomach mucin to cross over to the epithelial cells.
Updated November 4, 2009
Lead author Adrian Bell at his fieldsite in Vava'u, Tonga.   Video Adrian Bell is doing research in Tonga about impact of culture versus evolution on social behavior.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated November 4, 2009
Erik Seiffert explains where ancient lemurs place on the primate evolution tree.   Video Erik Seiffert explains where ancient lemurs place on the primate evolution tree.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated November 4, 2009
An autistic child has been able to use the OrbiTouch to break through language barriers.   Video An autistic child has been able to use the OrbiTouch to break through language barriers.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated November 4, 2009
A snake coiled with its head up looking to the left   Video How do snakes move without legs? It took a mathematician to figure it out.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated November 4, 2009
Photo of three African American students reading in front of a bookshelf.   Image New data show black, Hispanic, Asian and American Indian students earned more degrees in FY2006.
Updated November 4, 2009
Photo of a shake table for an earthquake simulation.   Image The University of Nevada, Reno is sending a shake table for an earthquake simulation at the exhibit.
Updated November 2, 2009
Photo of Kilimanjaro's massive ice fields that are eroding due to global temperature rise.   Image Kilimanjaro's massive ice fields have begun eroding as global temperatures rise.
Updated November 2, 2009
Photo of an isolated remnant of Kilimanjaro ice spires.   Image One of a growing number of isolated remnants of Kilimanjaro ice spires, once full glaciers.
Updated November 2, 2009
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