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The Tie Goes to the Winners - Fortune


Fortune
But from a biological standpoint, such equipoise is standard fare. Within the human body, up and down are forever engaged in a dance to the middle. Witness the human kidneys, which when healthy, maintain the constancy of “an internal ocean” of bodily ...

Qatari team participates in International Biology Olympiad in Tehran - The Peninsula Qatar


The Peninsula Qatar
DOHA: A Qatari student team will participate in the 29th International Biology Olympiad 2018 to be held in the Iranian capital Tehran from July 15 to 22. This participation is the first of the students of the State of Qatar in this international ...
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Biology makes women and girls survivors - ScienceNordic


ScienceNordic
Women outlive men in nearly all countries around the world today. Plenty of research backs this up and can explain many of the factors behind it, such as behavioural and biological differences between the two sexes. For example, men tend to consume ...

Beloved Texas A&M-University Corpus Christi biology professor, Wes Tunnell, dies - Corpus Christi Caller-Times


Corpus Christi Caller-Times
The scientific community is mourning the death of John “Wes” Tunnell, a marine ecologist and biologist, historian, author and early orchestrator of the Harte Research Institute for Gulf of Mexico Studies at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi. Tunnell ...

Brainstorm Health: Ties in Biology, Trump-Pfizer Takeaways, Obamacare Navigator Cuts - Fortune


Fortune
The meme whisperers at Twitter brought news this morning that an epic rivalry in minor league baseball had ended in a tie: After 52 years of face-offs, the mighty Arkansas Travelers and the equally mighty San Antonio Missions had, thanks to a final ...

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Polyides rotundus
United Kingdom

Photograph and basic information on this species with cylindrical fronds, also known as Polyides caprinus.

Miniacina miniacea
United States

Photographic study by Brian Darnton of this curious foraminiferan from the Mediterranean Sea.

The Intertidal Rocky Shore: Coralline Algae and Green Seaweed
New Zealand

Photographs of about 6 species of encrusting varieties of red algae and about 10 of green seaweeds that grow around ...

Volvox sp.
Italy

Microscopic image.

Radiolarian Shells: Three Small Projects in Digital Imaging for Microscopists
United States

Shows how to get some visual impressions from the fascinating glass like radiolarian skeletons.

Japan

Features works dealing with radiolarians and radiolarian fossils, which were reported from Japan and by Japanese researchers.

Ben Barnes' Radiolarians
Canada

Dedicated to the subclass of protoctistan organisms of the class Sarcodina, which also includes the amoebas.

Schleimpilze - Myxomyceten
Germany

Collection of photographs taken with a microscope.

Myxomycota
United States

Discusses the life cycle and morphology of myxomycetes.

United States

Directions for growing your own plasmodia culture from the Native Plant Society of New Jersey.

Magic of the Myxomycetes
Japan

Exhibit from The National Science Museum, Tokyo, Japan.

What is this Stuff?: The World of Slime Molds
United States

Outlines their life cycle and anatomy.

Myxomycetes & Other Slime Molds
United States

Takes a look at the group of fungus-like organisms usually present and sometimes abundant in terrestrial ecosystems.

Radiolaria.org
United Kingdom

Online database containing information about radiolarians, holoplanktonic protozoa widely distributed in the oceans.

Introduction to the Radiolaria
United States

Ancient group of protists, going back all the way to the early Cambrian Period. Learn about their role in the ...

Japan

Features thousands of radiolarian fossils mainly obtained from Pan-Pacific region.

Cenozoic Radiolarian Stratigraphy for Low and Middle Latitudes
United States

Technical paper from the Integrated Ocean Drilling Program compiled by Catherine Nigrini and Annika Sanfilippo.

Ernst Haeckel: Die Radiolarien
Germany

Features the 35 prints that accompanied Ernst Haeckel's Radiolaria book from 1862.

Bowser Lab: Foraminifera
United States

Profile of the single-celled organisms with the distinguishing features of net-like pseudopods called reticulopodia, and a shell-like outer protective layer, ...

Foraminiferal Research at Byrd Polar Research Center
United States

Working to construct and interpret a modern benthic foraminiferal and environmental database for the Arctic seas.

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