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2015/03/28 01:18
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Human beings' ancestors have routinely stolen genes from other species. OPPONENTS of genetically modified crops often complain that moving genes between species is unnatural. Leaving aside the fact...
2015/03/28 01:18
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2015/03/27 19:21
2015/03/27 19:21
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Animal anatomy as art: Wellcome Trust reveals winner of its photography contest is the pregnant uterus of a New Forest pony Image shows the uterus of a pony, five months into the pregnancy, with the...
2015/03/27 09:19
2015/03/27 09:19
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On the Hume Highway, Richard Tulloch finds the diversions matter more than the final destination. On the Hume Highway, Richard Tulloch finds the diversions matter more than the final...
2015/03/26 23:45
2015/03/26 23:45
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The transmission of nerve impulses requires the perfect orchestration of a series of complex cellular events in a matter of fractions of a second. The membrane that surrounds a nerve cell is normally...
2015/03/26 22:57
2015/03/26 22:57
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THE rapid rise in blueberry production throughout Australia will present growers with a string of marketing challenges, Costa berries general manager Peter McPherson said. Last year 7000 tonnes of...
2015/03/26 19:39
2015/03/26 19:39
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EVER since she was 15, Rosebank's Bridie Hooper dreamed of running away and joining the circus. For the best part of a decade Ms Hooper has been living her dream, travelling around the world,...
2015/03/26 15:45
2015/03/26 15:45
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Probing deeply into genetics and biology at the earliest moments of embryonic development, researchers at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center report March 26 in Nature Communications they...
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2015/03/25 21:11
2015/03/25 21:11
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GROWCOM supported the comments of Voice of Horticulture Chair, Tania Chapman, speaking at a national event at Parliament House in Canberra last week. Peak horticultural groups across 25 commodities...
2015/03/25 17:24
2015/03/25 17:24
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Otago Regional Council environmental monitoring and operations manager Jeff Donaldson has recently been helping with eradication efforts in Auckland after the Queensland Fruit Fly outbreak there. ORC...
2015/03/25 03:26
2015/03/25 03:26
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Call to detail Sunraysia Fruit Fly outbreaks The horticulture industry says privacy policies need to change to improve the fight against Sunraysia's worst wave of Queensland Fruit Fly. There are now...
2015/03/24 13:41
2015/03/24 13:41
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Most Commonly Used Herbicide Linked to Cancer, WHO Report The WHO determined that glyphosate and two other insecticides, malathion and diazinon, are "probably carcinogenic to humans." San Francisco,...
2015/03/23 15:08
2015/03/23 15:08
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Research by biologists at the University of York has identified new mechanisms potentially driving progression of an aggressive form of dementia. The research, which was funded by Alzheimer's Society...
2015/03/23 07:08
2015/03/23 07:08
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When viruses such as influenza and Ebola jump from one species to another, their ability to cause harm can change dramatically, but research from the University of Cambridge shows that it may be...
2015/03/23 07:08
2015/03/23 07:08
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The language used in the switches that turn genes on and off has remained the same across millions of years of evolution, according to a new study led by researchers at Karolinska Institutet in...
2015/03/22 20:19
2015/03/22 20:19
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ALMOST $50,000 has been given to the Flying Fruit Fly Circus to help cover the cost of a special tour of Turkey. ALMOST $50,000 has been given to the Flying Fruit Fly Circus to help cover the cost of...
2015/03/22 09:38
2015/03/22 09:38
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How genes shift from mother to baby Researchers from the New Jersey-based Princeton University have decoded the shift from maternal genes to the embryo's genes during development. Learning how...
2015/03/21 18:42
2015/03/21 18:42
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Their achievement was published in an advance online paper in the journal Science. It was accomplished by two biologists at UC San Diego working on the Fruit Fly Drosophila melanogaster who employed a...
2015/03/21 00:42
2015/03/21 00:42
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One insight into this question has also turned out to be surprising. Contrary to the classical "central dogma" of molecular biology, genetic information does not always pass faithfully from genomic...
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2015/03/19 19:44
2015/03/19 19:44
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UCSD scientists have supercharged a powerful new gene engineering technology, enabling an engineered gene to spread on its own throughout an organism, perhaps even an entire species. Safety concerns...
2015/03/19 19:42
2015/03/19 19:42
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... never been able to pinpoint exactly when and where mRNAs are translated into proteins," said study co-leader Robert H. Singer, Ph.D., professor and co-chair of anatomy and structural biology...
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2015/03/28 01:18
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