Posts Tagged ‘&lsquo’

EU BON featured in CORDIS News: New tools to increase the accuracy of biodiversity monitoring

A recent story, featured on CORDIS News, focuses on EU BON and its achievements. Based on a recent project's publication in ‘Nature – Scientific Reports’ and information from the project, the new item discusses important projec…

Juveniles of Lymnaea smart snails do not perseverate and have the capacity to form LTM [RESEARCH ARTICLE]

Tamila Shymansky, Amy Protheroe, Emily Hughes, Cayley Swinton, Erin Swinton, Kai S. Lukowiak, Iain Phillips, and Ken LukowiakPreviously, it was concluded that the nervous systems of the juvenile snails were not capable of mediating LTM. However, expos…

Visual resolution and contrast sensitivity in two benthic sharks [RESEARCH ARTICLE]

Laura A. Ryan, Nathan S. Hart, Shaun P. Collin, and Jan M. HemmiSharks have long been described as having ‘poor’ vision. They are cone monochromats and anatomical estimates suggest they have low spatial resolution. However, there are no di…

A social mechanism facilitates ant colony emigrations over different distances [RESEARCH ARTICLE]

Thomas A. O’Shea-Wheller, Deraj K. Wilson-Aggarwal, Duncan E. Edgley, Ana B. Sendova-Franks, and Nigel R. FranksBehavioural responses enable animals to react rapidly to fluctuating environments. In eusocial organisms, such changes are often enacted at…

Powered by WordPress | Designed by: video game | Thanks to search engine optimization, seo agency and Privater Sicherheitsdienst