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17 July 2018

High-quality genomes reveal new differences between the great apes [Nature - News & Comments]

High-quality genome sequences for some of the great apes have been assembled using state-of-the-art sequencing tools. The assemblies provide an unbiased comparison between humans and their closest evolutionary relatives.

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16 July 2018

Invasive plants adapt to new environments, study finds [Phys]

Invasive plants have the ability to adapt to new environments – and even behave like a native species, according to University of Stirling research.

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16 July 2018

New research calculates capacity of North American forests to sequester carbon [Phys]

Researchers have calculated the capacity of North American forests to sequester carbon in a detailed analysis that for the first time integrates the effects of two key factors: the natural process of forest growth and regeneration, and climate changes that are likely to alter the growth process over the next 60 years.

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13 July 2018

Une guêpe avec un dard gigantesque découverte en Amazonie [Futura-Sciences]

Avec son dard aux allures d’épée, on pourrait la croire tout droit sortie d’un film d’horreur. Pourtant cette guêpe est tout ce qu’il y a de plus réel. Elle vit quelque part entre les Andes et la forêt amazonienne.

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13 July 2018

Species evolve more than twice as fast at poles as in tropics: study [Mongabay]

Considering the swarming biodiversity at the equator, and the lack of diversity near the poles, scientists have long assumed that species evolve more rapidly in warm waters. But a new study of the evolutionary development of 30,000 fish species has turned that idea on its head.

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