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2015/04/20 22:16
2015/04/20 22:16
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Pasifika Festival 2014 at Western Springs Auckland. Photo / Doug Sherring Pasifika Festival •Established in 1992. •Traditionally held at Western Springs Park, Auckland. •The event regularly...
2015/04/20 22:16
2015/04/20 22:16
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2015/04/17 16:26
2015/04/17 16:26
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Blond hair, blue eyes, attached earlobes — certain traits are rare because they require two copies of a gene. That's one of the most basic rules in all of genetics. But San Diego scientists recently...
2015/04/17 02:28
2015/04/17 02:28
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Project to future-proof our biosecurity systemFriday, 17 April 2015, 1:27 pmPress Release: New Zealand GovernmentProject to future-proof our biosecurity systemPrimary Industries Minister Nathan Guy...
2015/04/16 13:39
2015/04/16 13:39
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Three years after they were first detected, the number of spotted-wing drosophila fruit flies in the Netherlands has exploded. "There are still ways to combat the harmful Drosophila suzukii in soft...
2015/04/11 18:23
2015/04/11 18:23
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University of Otago botanist and plant pathologist Associate Prof Paul Guy relaxes by playing music with a Dunedin group, the Wharf Street Band. Photo by Christine O'Connor. That botanist is...
2015/04/10 11:08
2015/04/10 11:08
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The Genetics Society of America (GSA) and the Drosophila research community are pleased to announce the winners of the GSA poster awards at the 56th Annual Drosophila Research Conference, which took...
2015/04/09 17:43
2015/04/09 17:43
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The results provide insight into how reproduction is regulated in female mosquitoes, which transmit agents that cause malaria and other diseases in humans and domestic animals. Their work was...
Read more at Science Daily, PhysOrg
2015/04/09 11:08
2015/04/09 11:08
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Humans carry an average of one to two mutations per person that can cause severe genetic disorders or prenatal death when two copies of the same mutation are inherited, according to estimates...
2015/04/09 08:26
2015/04/09 08:26
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South Australia's largest cherry grower has produced his biggest ever crop South Australia's largest cherry orchard has produced its biggest ever crop this year. Torrens Valley Orchards at Gumeracha...
2015/04/09 03:26
2015/04/09 03:26
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US Farm Bureau looks to TPP to streamline biosecurity, cut tariffs and tackle unfinished business from past agreements Lower tariffs and better market access are common goals for farmers in any free...
2015/04/08 23:28
2015/04/08 23:28
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Fruit Fly Long Haul Could’ve Been AvoidedThursday, 9 April 2015, 10:42 amPress Release: New Zealand First Party Fruit Fly Long Haul Could’ve Been AvoidedNew Zealand First is concerned the Ministry of...
2015/04/08 10:26
2015/04/08 10:26
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Banana trucks tread carefully in new world of Panama Tropical Race 4 Authorities in far north Queensland are continuing to destroy 16,000 infected banana plants, as the industry fights to contain a...
2015/04/08 01:26
2015/04/08 01:26
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Sam Calagione at Dogfish breweries. “I’m frustrated that one beer has been hammered down people’s throats,” he says. Photograph by Martin Schoeller. Elephants, like many of us, enjoy a good malted...
2015/04/07 19:54
2015/04/07 19:54
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The Queensland Fruit Fly might be gone but it hasn't been forgotten, by the Ministry for Primary Industries at least. The government department has issued a reminder to residents in the upmarket...
2015/04/06 20:42
2015/04/06 20:42
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... cancer patients die not because of the local effects of tumors, but rather from more broad, systemic changes to the entire body that are induced by these tumors. One of the worst of these...
2015/04/06 13:14
2015/04/06 13:14
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The man knows how to make an entrance. In April 2012, fireworks split open the night sky over Star Island. Below, topless women wiggled by a pool lit the color of blue Kool-Aid. Veiled belly dancers...
2015/04/06 12:39
2015/04/06 12:39
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... always been really fascinated by plants, even from a young age," says Emory biologist Roger Deal. "Their lives are so interesting, even though they are stuck where they are born." Deal's roots...
2015/04/05 16:21
2015/04/05 16:21
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You've been doing it all wrong! No-nonsense cook peels five apples in 30 seconds using a POWER DRILL... but creates a bit of a mess Man spins an apple on the end of a drill and presses a peeler...
2015/03/31 00:20
2015/03/31 00:20
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A University of Manitoba professor has developed a plan to control mosquito populations: Nipping them in the bud. Steve Whyard, an associate professor of biological sciences, is currently working on...
Read more at Calgary Sun, CNews
2015/03/30 23:28
2015/03/30 23:28
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Moving purchased fruit and veg outside the Fruit Fly areaTuesday, 31 March 2015, 12:06 pmPress Release: Ministry of Primary Industries Revised controls for moving purchased fruit and vegetables...
2015/04/20 22:16
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