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A genome-level approach to balancing the vitamins in maize, or corn, grain is a PGRP project. October 20, 2016
NSF awards $44 million for genomic research on range of plants, many economically important
Press Release
meerkats October 20, 2016
'Mean girl' meerkats can make twice as much testosterone as males
News From the Field
Jay Storz and Chandrasekhar Natarajan October 20, 2016
New evolutionary finding: Species take different genetic paths to reach same trait
News From the Field
Brian Gregory and Xiang Yu October 13, 2016
Penn study identifies new mechanism of RNA degradation in plants
News From the Field
a black widow spider October 11, 2016
Virus carrying DNA of black widow spider toxin discovered
News From the Field
soybeans grown in WSU greenhouse October 10, 2016
Soybean nitrogen breakthrough could help feed the world
News From the Field
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
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