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7 January 2016

Slice of PLOS: Mesocosms and Climate Change [PLOS Blogs]

By 2016, most scientifically literate people have come to accept the inevitability of climate change. But what’s much less clear is how different species will respond to the world-wide shifts in temperature and weather pattern that lie ahead. Studies of natural environments suffer from many and unpredictable variables, and even then the correlative nature of these studies limits our ability to nail cause and effect. On the other hand, lab-based experiments, while offering better control over those variables, are excessively artificial and may not reflect natural conditions.

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7 January 2016

Des scientifiques accusés d’avoir introduit la bactérie Xylella en Europe [Sciences et Avenir - Animaux]

9 chercheurs de l’Institut italien de protection durable des plantes de Bari ont été mis en examen. Les mesures de prophylaxie de la maladie - notamment l’abattage des oliviers - sont suspendues.

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7 January 2016

Des maisons construites avec des champignons [RTL]

Un ingénieur californien a réussi à produire des briques à base de mycélium, les filaments du champignons, une matière solide et écologique.

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7 January 2016

Le succès évolutif du bourdon réside dans son absence de vie sexuelle [BFMTV]

L’absence de vie sexuelle chez la plupart des insectes vivant en colonie serait le secret de leur succès écologique et évolutif.

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5 January 2016

Bipolar drug turns foraging ants into scouts [Science]

Whether foraging for food, caring for young, or defending the nest, the worker castes of carpenter ants toil selflessly for their queen and colony. Now, biologists have figured out how to make some of those worker ants labor even harder, or change their very jobs in ant society, all by making small chemical modifications to their DNA.

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