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Study effects paradigm shift in the understanding of how red rot attacks sugarcane

Fitness & Health: IMAGE: Researchers at the University of São Paulo discover that the fungus uses volatile compounds to manipulate insects…

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Lodgers on manganese nodules: Sponges promote a high diversity

Fitness & Health: Polymetallic nodules and crusts cover many thousands of square kilometres of the world’s deep-sea floor. They contain…

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Study: Hope for critically endangered gorillas in eastern DRC

Fitness & Health: KINSHASA, Democratic Republic of Congo (June 9, 2021) – A new study led by the Wildlife Conservation…

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New marine scale worm species first to provide evidence of male dwarfism

Fitness & Health: In the Kumano Sea, off the southeast coast of Japan, an evolutionary mystery lay in wait. Researchers…

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Plastic in Galapagos seawater, beaches and animals

Fitness & Health: IMAGE: Plastic sampling on a beach in Galapagos. view more  Credit: Adam Porter Plastic pollution has been found…

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UM research suggests social factors important for human-wildlife coexistence

Fitness & Health: IMAGE: One thing bears and people have in common? Their love of a tasty snack. Here, a black…

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Development anomalies recorded for the first time in a rare tiger moth

Fitness & Health: IMAGE: Live male adult of Arctia menetriesii view more  Credit: Evgeny Koshkin The Menetries’ tiger moth (Arctia menetriesii)…

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Raised buildings may help reduce malaria transmission in Africa

Fitness & Health: There is growing evidence that house design can decrease the force of malaria infection. The world’s most…

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Conservation success leads to new challenges for endangered mountain gorillas

Fitness & Health: IMAGE: A mountain gorilla family in Rwanda’s Volcanoes National Park in 2020. view more  Credit: Gorilla Doctors A…

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Pandemic paleo: A wayward skull, at-home fossil analyses, a first for Antarctic amphibians

Fitness & Health: IMAGE: The four fossil specimens of Micropholis stowi excavated in the Transantarctic Mountains by University of Washington professor…

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