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C. elegans roundworms 'harvest' an essential coenzyme from the bacteria they consume
Posted on Tuesday March 26, 2019

A study conducted in C. elegans nematode roundworms may lead to improved treatment of a rare human genetic disorder that causes severe neurological symptoms leading to death in early childhood.


The solid Earth breathes
Posted on Tuesday March 26, 2019

The solid Earth breathes as volcanoes ''exhale'' gases like carbon dioxide (CO2) -- which are essential in regulating global climate -- while carbon ultimately from CO2 returns into the deep Earth when oceanic tectonic plates are forced to descend into the mantle at subduction zones.


Yellowstone elk don't budge for wolves, say scientists
Posted on Tuesday March 26, 2019

Elk roam the winter range that straddles the northern boundary of Yellowstone National Park with little regard for wolves, according to a new study illustrating how elk can tolerate living in close proximity to the large predator.


Ancient Caribbean children helped with grocery shopping in AD 400
Posted on Tuesday March 26, 2019

Researchers have long thought that snail and clam shells found at Caribbean archaeological sites were evidence of 'starvation food' eaten in times when other resources were lacking. Now, a study suggests these shells may be evidence of children helping with the grocery shopping -- AD 400 style.


Bacteria could become a future source of electricity
Posted on Tuesday March 26, 2019

In recent years, researchers have tried to capture the electrical current that bacteria generate through their own metabolism. So far, however, the transfer of the current from the bacteria to a receiving electrode has not been efficient at all. Now, researchers have achieved a slightly more efficient transfer of electrical current.

 
 
 
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