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19 December 2017

Scientists discover gut bacteria in bees spread antibiotic-resistant genes to each other [Phys]

"To our surprise, we found that instead of one gut bacterium acquiring resistance and outcompeting all the other gut bacteria in honey bees, the resistance genes spread in the bacterial community so that all strains of bacteria survived," said Gro Amdam, a professor with ASU School of Life Sciences and co-author of the paper.

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19 December 2017

How fungi helped create life as we know it [Phys]

Today our world is visually dominated by animals and plants, but this world would not have been possible without fungi, say University of Leeds scientists.

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18 December 2017

New study shows how birds work to sing together [Phys]

A new paper published in Behavioral Ecology finds that songbirds may coordinate both vocally and visually to enhance their singing partners’ responses.

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18 December 2017

Les "superorganismes" comme les fourmilières ont une personnalité ! [Science & Vie - Nature & Environnement]

Des chercheurs ont étudié le comportement de plusieurs colonies de fourmis et découvert que chaque fourmilière a un caractère bien à lui. Un phénomène dont on ignore encore l’origine.

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18 December 2017

Réchauffement climatique : +5°C si on ne fait rien [Science & Avenir - Climat]

Une nouvelle analyse des modèles climatiques montre que le réchauffement climatique le plus probable pourrait être encore pire que ce que le GIEC avait prévu.

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