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1 February 2016

Error found in study of first ancient African genome [Nature]

An error has forced researchers to go back on their claim that humans across the whole of Africa carry DNA inherited from Eurasian immigrants.

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1 February 2016

L’écureuil gris supplante le roux en Europe à cause... de l’homme [Sciences et Avenir - Animaux]

L’écureuil gris américain est considéré comme une espèce invasive en Europe. Pour la première fois, une étude pointe du doigt le rôle fondamental joué par l’homme dans cette expansion.

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1 February 2016

Virus Zika : "Eradiquer le moustique tigre ? Ce n’est pas la meilleure chose à faire" [L’Obs]

Le biologiste Frédéric Simard explique en quoi il n’est pas souhaitable d’éradiquer le moustique tigre, principal vecteur du virus Zika. Entretien.

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29 January 2016

How plants rely on friendly fungal bodyguards [The conversation]

Two plants of the same species grow side by side. One is attacked by insects, one not. On an individual plant, some leaves get eaten, some not. This doesn’t happen at random, but is caused by the fungi that live within the leaves and roots of the plant.

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29 January 2016

Over-hunting’s surprising connection to global warming [Mongabay]

We know that deforestation threats like timber extraction and wildfires are bad for the stability of the global climate because they cause massive amounts of carbon stored in forests to enter the atmosphere.
Now research shows that there is also a climate cost to hunting wildlife species to extinction in the world’s tropical forests, which are estimated to store as much as 460 billion metric tons of carbon.

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