Latest Superorganisms Stories
Doug Tallamy shares the benefits of natural ecosystems. Kennett Square, Pa (PRWEB) May 20, 2015 Gardeners can have it all.
A new study has pulled together research into the most diverse place on earth to demonstrate how the organisms below-ground could hold the key to understanding how the worlds ecosystems function and how they are responding to climate change.
Two Ignite sessions focusing on findings in the United States National Climate Assesment5 (NCA) will take place on Monday, August 11th during the Ecological Society of America’s 99th Annual Meeting, held this year in Sacramento, California.
The social insects, including bees, wasps, ants and termites have developed a highly advanced society where division of labor amongst workers to serve the queen's reproduction has long fascinated biologists who have wanted to uncover the molecular pathways driving the complex behavior of insect societies.
Novel or highly modified genes play a major role in the development of the different castes within ant colonies.
Altruistic workers in social insect colonies – such as ants, bees and wasps – are more likely to be female, because their maternal instincts make them better at caring for the queen's offspring.
Rice University researchers have found that communities in nature are likely to be a lot more sensitive to change than previously thought.
Peter Todd’s new book “The Individuation of God” is now available and the Asheville Jung Center looks at some of them many themes in the pages of this must own book. Asheville,
A single ant colony can have thousands of ants, all scurrying around performing various tasks, maintaining their territory for the queen. And because they all look alike, studying them individually by eye can prove extremely difficult, if not impossible.
- The horn of a unicorn considered as a medical or pharmacological ingredient.
- A winged horse with a single horn on its head; a winged unicorn.
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