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17 October 2016

L’agriculture face au réchauffement climatique : le retour des chasseurs-cueilleurs ? [Le Monde - Planète]

Le changement climatique pourrait plonger dans l’extrême pauvreté entre 35 et 122 millions de personnes supplémentaires d’ici à 2030, selon les Nations unies.

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14 October 2016

Comment les fourmis retrouvent-elles leur nid ? [Sciences et Avenir - Animaux]

Pour retrouver leur nid, on savait que les fourmis pouvaient compter leurs pas pour faire chemin arrière. Mais des chercheurs ont découvert qu’elles utilisaient également une autre méthode toute aussi efficace.

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14 October 2016

Biologists use genomics to identify evolving new bird species in southern Idaho [Phys]

The South Hills crossbill, potentially a newly discovered species of finch, has evolved over the past 6,000 years with a unique dependence on its food source, the Rocky Mountain lodgepole pine, in a coevolutionary arms race that also changed the tree, according to a genomic study led by Tom Parchman, a biologist at the University of Nevada, Reno.

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14 October 2016

Impact of pesticide on bumblebees revealed by taking experiments into the field [Phys]

A study in which free-foraging bee colonies were placed in the field has shown that pesticide exposure can affect colony development.

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14 October 2016

In retrospect: Fifty years of C4 photosynthesis [Nature/News & Views]

Half a century after the discovery of a plant photosynthetic pathway termed C4, researchers are working to engineer this efficient pathway into crops such as rice to maintain food security.

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