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Assembling, Visualizing, and Analyzing the Tree of Life - News

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microscopic image of spirogyra pratensis filaments Algae use same molecular machinery as land plants to respond to a plant hormone
Released January 8, 2015
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biology graphic Scientists reveal new family tree for birds, clear back to dinosaur parents
Released December 11, 2014
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Siavash Mirarab Computer scientists at UT Austin crack code for redrawing bird family tree
Released December 11, 2014
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image of a bird Tooth loss in birds occurred about 116 million years ago
Released December 11, 2014
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bird tree of life Birds find their place in the avian tree of life
Released December 11, 2014
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a female Anna's Hummingbird International team maps 'big bang' of bird evolution
Released December 11, 2014
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sea anemone New order of marine creatures discovered among sea anemones
Released May 7, 2014
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a blue lanternfish Distinctive flashing patterns might facilitate fish mating
Released March 3, 2014
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a green biofluorescent chain catshark Researchers unveil rich world of fish biofluorescence
Released January 8, 2014
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