Improved injection needles facilitate germline transformation of the buckeye ... - BioTechniques.com


Improved injection needles facilitate germline transformation of the buckeye ...
BioTechniques.com
Junonia butterflies were imported into Canada under Permit P-2009-04040 from the Canadian Food Inspection Agency. The National Science ... Distal-Less Regulates Eyespot Patterns and Melanization in Bicyclus Butterflies. J. Exp. Zool. B Mol. Dev. Evol.

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Redheaded Boars Are More Stressed Out, Study Finds - International Business Times


Redheaded Boars Are More Stressed Out, Study Finds
International Business Times
For boars, going grey isn't a big deal -- but red hair, on the other hand, may make them more susceptible to stress, according to a new paper from Spanish researchers. Ismael Galvan of the Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales and his colleagues ...

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Nat Hentoff: “Obama is possibly the most dangerous and destructive president ... - Reason Online (blog)


Nat Hentoff: “Obama is possibly the most dangerous and destructive president ...
Reason Online (blog)
The Fourth Amendment is on life support and the chief agent of that is the National Security Agency. The NSA has the capacity to keep track of everything we do on the phone and on the internet. Obama has done nothing about that. In fact, he has ...

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Novel Nanoparticles Prevent Radiation Damage - Space Daily


Novel Nanoparticles Prevent Radiation Damage
Space Daily
Following the second experiment, the melanoma tumors shrank significantly and to the same extent in both groups of mice - indicating that the melanized nanoparticles did not interfere with the radiation therapy's effectiveness. And once again, the ...

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Turtles can change color like chameleons to deceive predators - Daily News & Analysis


Turtles can change color like chameleons to deceive predators
Daily News & Analysis
By day 160, the controls were staying the course, but both reversal groups had switched and were now well on their way to the color intensity of their new substrate, confirming that turtles can completely reverse melanization. That puts freshwater ...

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