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Molecular aspects of monoamine oxidase B
(2016-08-01) - Journal item,
Monoamine oxidases (MAO) influence the monoamine levels in brain by virtue of their role in neurotransmitter breakdown. MAO B is the predominant form in glial cells and in platelets. MAO B structure, function and kinetics ...
Organizing, supporting and linking the world marine biodiversity research community
(2015-02-10) - Journal item,
A recipe for scavenging in vertebrates - the natural history of a behaviour
(2017-02-01) - Journal item,
Despite its prevalence, the importance of scavenging to carnivores is difficult to ascertain in modern day forms and impossible to study directly in extinct species. Yet, there are certain intrinsic and environmental ...
Willing to be involved in cancer
(2016-07-18) - Journal item,
Genome sequencing is now a common procedure, but prior to this, screening experiments using protein baits was one of the routinely used methods that, occasionally, allowed the identification of new gene products. One such ...
The strategic revolution
(2016-09-08) - Journal item,
The Deepwater Horizon oil spill marine mammal injury assessment
(2017-01-31) - Journal item,
From 2010 to 2015, a team of scientists studied how the BP Deepwater Horizon (DWH) oil spill affected marine mammals inhabiting the northern Gulf of Mexico, as part of the DWH Natural Resource Damage Assessment process. ...
Mother and offspring in conflict : why not?
(2015-03-18) - Journal item,
(2015-08) - Journal item,
The first American Naturalist appeared in March 1867. In a countdown to the 150th anniversary, the editors have solicited short commentaries on articles from the past that deserve a second look.
Sex ratios, virginity and local resource enhancement in a quasisocial parasitoid
(2016-05) - Journal item,
Sclerodermus harmandi is an economically beneficial species of parasitoid wasp that also has an unusual level of sociality: groups of female foundresses reproduce on a single host and exhibit cooperative post-ovipositional ...
The evolutionary ecology of the Lygaeidae
(2014-06) - Journal item,
The Lygaeidae (sensu lato) are a highly successful family of true bugs found worldwide, yet many aspects of their ecology and evolution remain obscure or unknown. While a few species have attracted considerable attention ...