Posts Tagged ‘Herd’

Understanding bulls’ gene-rich Y chromosomes may improve herd fertility

The Y chromosomes of cattle have more genes and are more active than the Y chromosomes of other primates, according to researchers.
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Is Arctic Permafrost the "Sleeping Giant" of Climate Change?

Huntsville AL (SPX) Jun 27, 2013

Flying low and slow above the pristine terrain of Alaska’s North Slope research scientist Charles Miller of NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory surveys the white expanse of tundra and permafrost below. On the horizon, …

Speed Test Devised for Wild Cheetahs

The cheetah crouches in the undergrowth. When a young antelope strays a little too far from the herd, the cheetah explodes out of the bush — and, with a burst of speed unrivalled in the natural world, brings down its next meal. [More]

Is internet English debasing the language Not IMHO | Steven Poole

The internet might be a historic boon for kitten-fanciers and steaming-eared trolls, but it's not all good news. Online writing, you see, is destroying the purity of English as we know it and threatening to dumb us all down into a herd of screen-j…

Is internet English debasing the language Not IMHO

The internet might be a historic boon for kitten-fanciers and steaming-eared trolls, but it's not all good news. Online writing, you see, is destroying the purity of English as we know it and threatening to dumb us all down into a herd of screen-j…

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