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Scientists Finds Factors That Shape Gut Microbiome

A team of scientists from the Department of Energy's Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) has done a study how the forces shape the microbiome.  The scientists have unsolved the mystery behind the shape and size of the microbial community. It has been claimed by the scientists th ...
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Global Temperature Affects Subalpine Forests

The scientists have done a study that shows trees will advance upslope with increasing temperature. Additionally, global warming can shift the tree line of the mountain zone. The scientists have explained that mountain zones are especially known for greeneries and trees. However, the trees become smaller and eventually stop growing on advanced elev ...
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Initiative by Scientists to Improve Marine Life

The researchers have developed a method to track the behavior of several underwater mammals. Earlier this method was used by the scientists to check the diseased animals living under the huge oceans. This epidemiological model can identify how some California sea lions have learned to prey on salmon gathering to ascend fish ladders at Bonneville Da ...
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Individual Organism in Human Genomes Interact With Each Other

The scientists from the Carl R. Woese Institute for Universal Biology (IGB) have deeply studied the human organism. As per the researchers, the genomes change over the lifetime of individual organisms, while evolving over generations. The scientists are trying to understand the genes that are active and are doing genome editing in real time in livi ...
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Monkeys Have Vocal Anatomy Not The Brain

A new study has found that monkeys use the vocal anatomy to produce comprehensive human speech but lack the brain circuitry to perform so. The scientists explained that human speech is not connected to vocalization-related anatomical differences between humans and primates. However, the human speech is primarily connected with the unique evolution ...
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30 Different Comets Contains Certain Type of Chemicals

Researchers have currently studied the work of foggy comas and tails of different comets. Through the study, the scientists have discovered that there is some relation between the certain chemical found on these comets. The researchers said certain chemical ices on the comet would regularly emerge in coordination with other chemicals in a connected ...
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Smallest Radio Receiver: As Small As Two Atoms

Developers from the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences have created world smallest radio receiver. As per the researchers, this new device’s building blocks are as small as two atoms. Besides the size, the scientists have claimed that the new tiny device is capable enough to resist extremely harsh environments ...
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Undersea Volcanism Triggered By Outpouring Magma

A graduate student, Yen Joe Tan, from Columbia University's Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory has recently analyzed a volcanic eruption at a mid-ocean ridge under the Pacific. As per the analysis, the scientists have observed that upwelling magma is responsible for the volcanic eruption. Additionally, the magma forces a critical pressure on the volc ...
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HUMAN DENDRITIC CELLS STUDIED FOR THE FIRST TIME

Dendritic cells are present in most parts of the human body; and have huge amount of dendrites on their cell surfaces. These identify, engulf, and process external pathogens. These then moves to the lymph nodes located nearby, and interact with other immune cells to activate a pathogen-specific immune response. Thus they play an important role in g ...
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Prehistoric Toothed Turtles Existed 190 Million Years Old

The scientists from the Biogeology Lab of the University of Tübingen have studied the history of ancient turtles. As per the researchers, turtles with remnants of teeth survived 30 million years later than previously thought. The researchers have clarified that today’s turtles do not have teeth. They cut off their food using hard ridges ...
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