“Fuel of Evolution” – Raw Material for Evolution More Abundant Than Thought in Wild Animals

[ad_1] According to a new study, the raw material for evolution is much more abundant in wild animals than was previously known. The raw material for evolution is much more abundant in wild animals than was previously thought, according to new research from The Australian National University (ANU). Darwinian evolution is the process by which […]

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First Panoramic Spatial Atlases of Life

[ad_1] The SpatioTemporal Omics Consortium (STOC) is a collaborative research initiative that aims to accelerate our understanding of cellular complexity and interactions at tissue scale in development, physiology, and disease through large-scale spatially resolved multiomics analyses. International scientific consortium, the SpatioTemporal Omics Consortium (STOC), produces the first spatiotemporal maps of cellular dynamics in mice, Drosophila, […]

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Scientists Crack Egg Forging Evolutionary Scandal Two Million Years in the Making

[ad_1] Cuckoo finch eggs laid by different females. Diversity of maternally inherited egg phenotypes within a single interbreeding species, the brood-parasitic cuckoo finch. Different cuckoo finch matrilines mimic the eggs of different host species (here, tawny-flanked prinia and red-faced cisticola) and have further diversified to approximate the range of variable egg “signatures” within each host […]

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Link Between Social Life and Brain Structure Discovered in Rhesus Macaques

[ad_1] Two subadult Rhesus macaques on Cayo Santiago in proximity. They share a strong friendship bond. Credit: Dr. Lauren JN Brent Researchers from Penn, Inserm, and elsewhere observed that the number of grooming partners an individual animal had predicted the size of brain areas associated with social decision-making and empathy. What’s the link between social […]

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