Archive for the ‘Biology’ Category

Trading biodiversity: gains and risks

Dr John Leathwick Two weeks ago, a vigorous debate was generated by the Supreme Court’s confirmation of a decision striking down the Department of Conservation’s plan to swap conservation land for private land to facilitate construction of the prop…

Long-term monitoring of diversity and structure of two stands of an Atlantic Tropical Forest

Biodiversity Data Journal 5: e13564
DOI: 10.3897/BDJ.5.e13564
Authors: Écio Diniz, Warley Carvalho, Rubens Santos, Markus Gastauer, Paulo Garcia, Marco Fontes, Polyanne Coelho, Aline Moreira, Gisele Menino, Ary Oliveira-Filho
Abs…

Google Street View – A Useful Research Tool?

Prof Nick Wilson, Dr Amber Pearson, Amanda Rzotkiewicz, A/Prof George Thomson Looking at Google Street View can be highly amusing. If you’ve ever wandered around a neighbourhood with Street View on Google Maps, you’ll have realised that eve…

Biomineralization-related specialization of hemocytes and mantle tissues of the Pacific oysters Crassostrea gigas [RESEARCH ARTICLE]

Anna V. Ivanina, Halina I. Falfushynska, Elia Beniash, Helen Piontkivska, and Inna M. SokolovaMolluscan exoskeleton (shell) plays multiple important roles including structural support, protection from predators and stressors, and physiological homeost…

One new species and one new record for the genus Ninodes Warren from China (Lepidoptera, Geometridae, Ennominae)

ZooKeys 679: 55-63
DOI: 10.3897/zookeys.679.12547
Authors: Xinxin Li, Dayong Xue, Nan Jiang
Abstract: A new species of the genus Ninodes Warren, N. quadratus sp. n., is described from China and compared with related species, based …

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