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  • Evidence complacency hampers conservation. 

    Sutherland, William James; Wordley, Claire Felicity (2017-09)
    The pernicious problem of evidence complacency, illustrated here through conservation policy and practice, results in poor practice and inefficiencies. It also increases our vulnerability to a ‘post-truth’ world dealing ...
  • Ant mosaics in Bornean primary rain forest high canopy depend on spatial scale, time of day, and sampling method. 

    Yusah, Kalsum M; Foster, William Andrew; Reynolds, Glen; Fayle, Tom M
    Background: Competitive interactions in biological communities can be thought of as giving rise to "assembly rules" that dictate the species that are able to co-exist. Ant communities in tropical canopies often display a ...
  • A NuRD Complex from Xenopus laevis Eggs Is Essential for DNA Replication during Early Embryogenesis. 

    Christov, Christo P; Dingwell, Kevin S; Skehel, Mark; Wilkes, Helen; Sale, Julian E; Smith, James C; Krude, Torsten (Elsevier, 2018-02)
    DNA replication in the embryo of Xenopus laevis changes dramatically at the mid-blastula transition (MBT), with Y RNA-independent random initiation switching to Y RNA-dependent initiation at specific origins. Here, we ...
  • Learning from connectomics on the fly. 

    Schlegel, Philipp Maximilian; Costa, Marta; Jefferis, Gregory Stephen (Elsevier, 2017-12)
    Parallels between invertebrates and vertebrates in nervous system development, organisation and circuits are powerful reasons to use insects to study the mechanistic basis of behaviour. The last few years have seen the ...

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