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Giant Panda Microbiome Poorly Adapted for a Bamboo Diet
Researchers have found that the microbiome of the Giant Panda lacks key bacterial species typically found in herbivores.
Untangling the Web of Gene Expression
New technology for understanding gene expression drives research forward.
Holes in Gold Enhance Molecular Sensing
Electrochemical techniques produce tuneable porous gold films, where the empty spaces enhance light scattering and sensing signals.
Spring Heat More Damaging to Wheat than Fall Freeze
Scientists need to develop new heat-resistant wheat varieties.
New Insight into Recombination and Sex Chromosomes
Not only does the platypus have some odd physical features, an updated version of its genome has also underscored the unusual genetic characteristics that it harbors.
Origin of Complex Life
After two billion years of simple bacterial and archaeal life reigning on earth, an archaea may have swallowed a bacterium, and become a new creature with enough energy to grow and diversify like never before: the eukaryote.
Maize Genome Mapped Rapidly With New Level of Accuracy
NRGene, a leader in big data genomic analysis based in Israel, mapped the maize W22’s genome in 34 hours.
Cause of Wheat Resistance to Scab Discovered
Synchrotron research could give rise to better yields and varieties.
Naked Mole-Rats’ Anti-Cancer Gene
Researchers have found that the gene which gives naked mole-rats’ their natural resistance to cancer is unique among mammals.
Arabidopsis TOE Proteins Involved in the Regulation of Flowering Time
This study found that TOE proteins serve as major integrator of developmental and environmental signaling pathways, especially the photoperiod flowering pathway, triggering flowering at an appropriate age and time.
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