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Budding Zoologist with Rat Snake

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Weird animals for aspiring zoologists and the curious

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Becky helps conserve another sloth

co-evolution of multiple escape routes | Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences

Initiation of tumor angiogenesis up-regulates PSF1 promoter activity in endothelial cells (ECs). A: Skin vasculature 3 days after B16 melanoma cell ...

Big Game

Everything You Need to Know about Animals: A First Enyclopedia for Budding Zoologists: Nicola Davies: 9780753469750: Amazon.com: Books

Scientific American Volume 319, Issue 5

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The cell nuclei are marked in blue. Neural progenitor cells (green) are distributed along the antero-posterior axis. Progenitor cells of the tail bud (pink) ...

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Why We Love to Scare Ourselves on Halloween (and the Rest of the Year,

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Multiple haploids, triploids, and tetraploids found in modern-day “living fossil” Ginkgo biloba | Horticulture Research

Scanning electron micrograph of Lassa virus budding off a Vero cell.

These figures from the new Science Advances paper show how antibodies link together to lock malaria's circumsporozoite protein into a spiral conformation.

Rosa and friends in Costa Rica

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This is an aphid infestation of the stem close to the bud of a tansy.

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Karlis and Shirley

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Parkinson's concept (stock image).

This is the first study of its kind using medical images and artificial intelligence.

TOR complex activation mechanism by Glutamine binding to Pib2 complex: When glutamine is available, cells start to grown, while is unavailable, ...

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Distributions of African Otomops projected on topography.

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This is a blind wine tasting.

Illustration of Primulina davidioides sp. nov.

An artist's impression of Clathrin-Mediated Endocytosis (CME) occurring as periodic traveling waves on the membrane. Clathin coated vesicles (blue) bud off ...

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Principal Coordinate Analysis (PCoA) of methylation (MSL) differences between colonies exposed to

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Discover Teeth and Feeding education session

Map of The United Kingdom showing the sampling locations.

This is Candida glabrata.

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Readers will briefly meet other Arctic animals, but the focus of the story is on the budding friendship between the two bear cubs.

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A natural history GCSE? It might help get our children outdoors | Michael McCarthy | Opinion | The Guardian

The evolutionary significance of ancient genome duplications | Nature Reviews Genetics

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A patient's budding cortex -- in a dish? Networking neurons thrive in 3-D human 'organoid'

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(a) A female bee taking nectar in the field. (b) A female collecting pollen in the field. (c) A female breaking a bud with her mandibles and fore legs.

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Frankenstein: Extreme Read

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Hyping Autism Research "News" Is a Disservice to People with Autism

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10 reasons why Costa Rica should be on your bucket list

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School Time Snippets: U is for Underground {ABC's of Nature} Pinned by SOS

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A caterpillar of the evening primrose moth (Schinia florida) devouring a flower bud of common evening primrose (Oenothera biennis).

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Replicator cooperation | Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences

What's the future of server virtualization?

A stem-group cnidarian described from the mid-Cambrian of China and its significance for cnidarian evolution | Nature Communications

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Researchers have discovered that humans can detect a sixth taste: fat.

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While the ecology patch in the middle of this southeastern United States landscape might resemble crop circles carved by aliens, it is actually a plant and ...

Sea plants cover rocks.

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