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7 juin 2017

Genetic study shakes up the elephant family tree [Phys]

New research reveals that a species of giant elephant that lived 1.5 million to 100,000 years ago - ranging across Eurasia before it went extinct - is more closely related to today’s African forest elephant than the forest elephant is to its nearest living relative, the African savanna elephant.

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5 juin 2017

Plants take up more carbon once acclimated to warmer temperatures [Phys]

A new understanding about how plants react to high temperatures may help improve predictions about how climate change will affect the planet.

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3 juin 2017

’Faceless’ fish missing for more than a century rediscovered by Australian scientists [The Guardian]

A “faceless” deep-sea fish not seen for more than a century has been rediscovered by scientists trawling the depths of a massive abyss off Australia’s east coast, along with “amazing” quantities of rubbish.

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3 juin 2017

Biodiversity moves beyond counting species [Nature - News Feature]

Ecologists are increasingly looking at how richness of traits — rather than number of species — helps set the health of ecosystems.

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2 juin 2017

Evolution : Differences can hold populations together [Nature - News & Views]

Evolution favours the body form best adapted to the local environment, but it can also favour rare forms. Stickleback experiments reveal how these two selection forces can interact, and how this can limit population divergence.

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