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1 October 2018

In dangerous fungal family’s befriending of plants, a story of loss [Phys]

Anne Pringle, a professor of botany and bacteriology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, researches what genetic changes drove some Amanitas away from their ancestral, decomposing lifestyle toward this intimate relationship with plants. In new work, Pringle and her collaborators show that gene loss—not the evolution of new genes—helped drive this major change in the mushrooms’ lifestyle.

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1 October 2018

Pollution threatens the future of killer whales [BBC News]

A new study suggests the long-term viability of more than half of the different orca groups around the globe is now in question.

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1 October 2018

Neglected baby beetles evolve greater self-reliance [Phys]

The study, published on 28 September in the journal Nature Communications, shows that larvae evolve distinctive adaptations in response to the different levels of parental care.

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1 October 2018

VIDEO. Une étrange créature observée à plus de 1400 mètres de profondeur [Sciences & Avenir - Animaux]

Des chercheurs ont pu filmer au large de Hawaï une étrange créature tantôt gonflée comme un ballon, tantôt longiligne comme un serpent.

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1 October 2018

The 7 non-human mammals where females rule the roost [New Scientist]

In the wild, males often dominate leadership roles, but not in seven species of mammals ranging from orcas and African elephants to spotted hyenas.

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