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23 March 2018

Genome of American cockroach sequenced for the first time [Phys]

A team of researchers with South China Normal University and the Chinese Academy of Sciences has for the first time sequenced the genome of the American cockroach. In their paper published in the journal Nature Communications, the group describes features of the genome likely to prove useful to the insect in adapting so well to human environments.

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23 March 2018

How the earliest plants made our world muddy [The Guardian]

The first plants to make it on to land altered mud production and where it formed rocks, changing our planet forever.

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23 March 2018

La mer de plastique dans le Pacifique fait trois fois la taille de la France [Le Monde - Planète]

Une étude révèle que la gigantesque décharge qui flotte entre Hawaï et la Californie est bien plus large qu’estimé précédemment.

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23 March 2018

Keys found to bee-friendly neonics [Phys]

Discovery of why two of the most economically important bee species are immune to one neonicotinoid insecticide but not to others promises to yield chemical treatments that protect crops from pests without harming these essential pollinators, honeybees and bumblebees.

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22 March 2018

Blind cavefish evolved insulin resistance to keep from starving [Phys]

The fat, eyeless cavefish harbor the same genetic mutation as people with an inherited form of severe diabetes and experience diabetes-like blood-sugar surges and crashes after eating, yet they are perfectly healthy, according to a study in Nature led by geneticists at Harvard Medical School.

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