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Social insects point to non-genetic origins of societies

...omplexity. Social organization allows organisms to share labor, to specialize in tasks and to coordinate efforts. Through organization, social animals accomplish remarkable things - they build colonies supporting millions of individuals, maintain multi-layered social systems, manage complex farming and fo...

Soldier or worker what do the genes say?

...termes flavipes, exists in colonies, whose members share work and resources among themselves. Different castes of termite have evolved to do different jobs: worker termites dig tunnels and eat wood; soldier termites defend the colony; and reproductive termites fertilise or lay eggs. Each caste has specific...

Snowy plover 'nursery' success earns Resource Stewardship Award

...ch goers understand about snowy plovers and how to share the beach with them. The community is now incredibly supportive and more than 100 individuals have volunteered. It is an amazing place to come to the beach and watch plover chicks literally run around your legs. When they have a refuge to retreat to...

Salmonella uses molecular staples to change structure of infected cells

...acteria ranging from plant pathogens to the plague share a virulence system that is quite similar to the one Salmonella uses to gain entry into cells," he says. These bacteria use a protein "secretion system" called "type III" or "contact dependent" to inject virulence factors directly into host cells. "Ba...

Salmon farms pose significant threat to salmon fisheries in the Pacific Northwest, researchers find

...rm salmon has increased fivefold, while the market share of wild-caught salmon from Alaska, British Columbi...s along the coast," Naylor said. However, Alaska's share of the global salmon market declined from 40 to 50 percent in the early 1980s to less than 20 percen...

Louis Leakey Centennial Tribute

...Mary Leakey, scientists from around the world will share their own news-making discoveries. Guests may choose from an impressive range of illustrated talks, hands-on demonstrations, and other activities that explore such topics as the earliest human technology, migration out of Africa, a Neanderthal's diet...

National lab trains U. S. customs agents against WMD

...tors participate in each course. PNNL and the CBP share instructional responsibilities. The National Nuclear Security Administration's Second Line of Defense program sponsors the training. "Our class is designed to supplement training the Bureau of Customs and Border Protection already provides its insp...

Victoria Hale of Institute for OneWorld Health Named Fellow by International Women's Forum

...ellowship is a tremendous opportunity to learn and share skills and insight with women at the vanguard of leadership around the world."...

New technology helps fire managers anticipate smoke problems

...er federal, state, tribal, and local agencies that share concerns about clean air and healthy forests. "This summer we worked directly with incident command teams on several wildfires in Washington, Idaho, Montana, and New Mexico. Now we're gearing up to help with the prescribed fire season. This is the ...

Sick Kids researchers identify cancer stem cell for brain tumours

...alignant tumours to more slow-growing benign ones, share similar properties to each other as well as to normal brain stem cells. This suggests that mutations that lead to cancer formation may have originated in the brain's own small numbers of stem cells," said Dr. Sheila Singh, the paper's lead author, an...

Progeria: Facing old age is hard facing it during childhood is unthinkable

...old. This program gives viewers the opportunity to share in the life of Fleur Tobutt and her family as they face this devastating disease. Viewers will also experience the joy and tears of other children living with Progeria as the cameras capture a very special reunion for kids suffering from this disease...

Schwab foundation names Victoria Hale a social entrepreneur for 2004

... forward to creating more alliances with those who share our vision and who will help us advance global health care." Opportunities provided to Schwab entrepreneurs selected to this exclusive network include, among others, participation at renowned events such as the Annual Meeting of the World Economic Fo...

High-tech institute to hold Cal-(IT)Day@UCSD

...ed Rao: "This event will provide an opportunity to share with current and potential UCSD industry sponsors our success in leveraging corporate support to obtain additional funding." There is no fee to participate in Cal-(IT) 2 Day@UCSD, and the event is open to the public. Attendees are asked to pre-regis...

Honeybee gene find ends 150-year search

...t of genes, sisters that work together in the nest share more genes in common with each other than they would with their own sons and daughters. But this also has a downside for bee breeders. When bees are inbred to select desired traits, fertilized eggs with two copies of the same csd allele can occur. Th...

The genetic complexities of sensation-seeking behavior in alcoholic men

...or for the study. "Substances such as alcohol that share a potential for abuse by humans also share an ability to enhance dopaminergic activity in mesolimbic mesocortical circuits, which are thought t...

Development of hair depends on development of the hair channel

...e previous observation that hair cells and T cells share some developmental regulators," says Kaufman. Shaft or sheath? To determine the role of GATA-3, the scientists examined mice that lacked the gene that codes for this protein. Because these "knockout" mice typically die early in life, the researche...

First company founded on UCF biotechnology formed

...s providing the research and maintaining an equity share in the company, which is based in St. Louis. Henry Daniell, one of the founders of Chlorogen and professor of Molecular and Microbiology and Trustee chair at UCF ( http://pegasus.cc.ucf.edu/~daniell ), will lead the research efforts, building on ...

Down on the farm

...diversity within row crops may provide, Gross will share the results of 15 year's worth of study on the impacts of various agricultural management strategies. Gross' presentation "Determinants and benefits of weed diversity in row-cropping systems" will also showcase a newly initiated experiment which she...

Another global warming surprise: Grasslands may become wetter as temperatures rise

...milar growing season dynamics to our site and even share some common species as a result of exotic introductions," the authors concluded. "It is reasonably likely that they will respond in qualitatively similar ways to warming." In the past year, Jasper Ridge scientists have reported other discoveries that...

Discoveries made about cellular reaction processes from ancient life

...made," says Graham. The two newly discovered genes share a common ancestor with the ribosomal protein S6:gl...all have glutamate in their chemical structure and share a common reaction method for adding this amino acid," says White. "This work has shown how changes i...

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