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How many species on Earth? About 8.7 million, new estimate says - ... with 6.5 million species found on land and 2.2 million (about 25 percent of the total) dwelling in the ocean depths....the study, published by PLoS Biology, says a staggering 86% of all species on land and 91% of those in the seas have yet to be discovered, described and catalogued.

How many species on Earth? About 8.7 million, new estimate says

How many species on Earth? About 8.7 million, new estimate says - ... with 6.5 million species found on land and 2.2 million (about 25 percent of the total) dwelling in the ocean depths....the study, published by PLoS Biology, says a staggering 86% of all species on land and 91% of those in the seas have yet to be discovered, described and catalogued.

http://journals.plos.org/plosbiology/article?id=10.1371/journal.pbio.2001630  Ballen & Greene PLoS Biology.

http://journals.plos.org/plosbiology/article?id=10.1371/journal.pbio.2001630 Ballen & Greene PLoS Biology.

Researchers have discovered a new pain-signaling pathway in nerve cells that eventually could make a good target for new drugs to fight chronic pain. The findings, published in the journal PLoS Biology by a UT Dallas neuroscientist and his colleagues, suggest that inhibiting a process called...

Researchers have discovered a new pain-signaling pathway in nerve cells that eventually could make a good target for new drugs to fight chronic pain. The findings, published in the journal PLoS Biology by a UT Dallas neuroscientist and his colleagues, suggest that inhibiting a process called...

CRISPR comes to TV | PLOS Synthetic Biology Community  #biology #CarlLucas #Cas9 #CRISPR #CRISPR/CasTools #Entertainment_Culture #Enzymes #geneticengineering #genetics #JenniferLopez #NBC #Netflix #non-codingRNA #Trans-activatingcrRNA Check more at https://scifeeds.com/social-media-item/crispr-comes-to-tv-plos-synthetic-biology-community/

CRISPR comes to TV | PLOS Synthetic Biology Community #biology #CarlLucas #Cas9 #CRISPR #CRISPR/CasTools #Entertainment_Culture #Enzymes #geneticengineering #genetics #JenniferLopez #NBC #Netflix #non-codingRNA #Trans-activatingcrRNA Check more at https://scifeeds.com/social-media-item/crispr-comes-to-tv-plos-synthetic-biology-community/

PLOS Biology ‏@PLOSBiology  48m48 minutes ago An epigenetic Achilles' heel for the #SleepingSickness parasite? #trypanosome #PLOSBiology http://plos.io/1XVFocK

PLOS Biology ‏@PLOSBiology 48m48 minutes ago An epigenetic Achilles' heel for the #SleepingSickness parasite? #trypanosome #PLOSBiology http://plos.io/1XVFocK

Gene therapy that increases the levels of an enzyme called CyP40 can reduce toxic tangles of tau protein in a mouse model of Alzheimer's disease right panel versus control in left panel). Photo by Baker JD et al., PLOS Biology, 2017.

This human protein may unfurl toxic tangles in Alzheimer’s disease

Gene therapy that increases the levels of an enzyme called CyP40 can reduce toxic tangles of tau protein in a mouse model of Alzheimer's disease right panel versus control in left panel). Photo by Baker JD et al., PLOS Biology, 2017.

SVP Conference Workshop: Calculating Disparity and Rates from Discrete Phenotypic Data | PLOS Paleo Community  #basictools #biology #DaniFraser #evolution #evolutionarybiology #GraemeLloyd #nature #Philosophyofbiology #science #SocietyofVertebratePaleontology

SVP Conference Workshop: Calculating Disparity and Rates from Discrete Phenotypic Data

Earliest record of red algae   Scientists at the Swedish Museum of Natural History have found fossils of 1.6 billion-year-old(Ga) probable red algae. The spectacular finds publishing on 14 March in the open access journal PLOS Biology indicate that advanced multicellular life evolved much earlier than previously thought. The scientists found two kinds of fossils resembling red algae in uniquely well-preserved sedimentary rocks at Chitrakoot in central India. One type is thread-like the other…

World's oldest plant fossil discovered by student pushes evolution of complex life back 400 million years

Why Plants? | PLOS Synthetic Biology Community

Why Plants

Why Plants? | PLOS Synthetic Biology Community

PLOS Biology at SfN 2013: Open for Neuroscience | PLOS Biologue

PLOS Biology at SfN 2013: Open for Neuroscience

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Um estudo publicado na revista “PLOS Biology” identificou uma enzima que poderá ajudar a proteger contra os efeitos nocivos de determinadas doenças degenerativas, incluindo a doença de Alzheimer.

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skunkbear: “ A new study (published in PLOS Biology) investigated how bats make sharp turns in the air, particularly when they have to grab the ceiling. It turns out aerodynamics have very little to...

skunkbear: “ A new study (published in PLOS Biology) investigated how bats make sharp turns in the air, particularly when they have to grab the ceiling. It turns out aerodynamics have very little to.

A new UCL and University of Nottingham study has found that most neurons in the brain’s auditory cortex detect where a sound is coming from relative to the head, but some are tuned to a sound source’s actual position in the world. The study, published in PLOS Biology, looked at whether head...

Egocentric Hearing: Study Clarifies How We Can Tell Where a Sound Is Coming from - Science and Technology Research News

Les dinosaures étaient-ils à « sang chaud » ou à « sang froid » ? Selon Jamie Gillooly et ses collègues de l'université de Gainesville, en Floride, qui publient les résultats de leurs travaux dans Plos Biology, tout dépendait de leur taille !  Il...

Dix faits insolites sur les dinosaures

Les dinosaures étaient-ils à « sang chaud » ou à « sang froid » ? Selon Jamie Gillooly et ses collègues de l'université de Gainesville, en Floride, qui publient les résultats de leurs travaux dans Plos Biology, tout dépendait de leur taille ! Il...

PLOS Biology: Independently Evolving Species in Asexual Bdelloid Rotifers

New analyses of genetic and morphological data reveal that the bdelloid rotifers, a famous asexual group, have diversified into distinct species and that sex is not a necessary condition for speciation.

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