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Choosy fish females may boost biodiversity - Phys.Org

University of Illinois animal biology professor Rebecca Fuller and her colleagues found that killifish females that learn to avoid mating with other species also discriminate among members of their own species. A new study offers insight into a process ...

MD Anderson scientist receives top German award in physiology and medicine - Phys.Org

The Jacob-Henle Medal, introduced in 1988, recognizes high-impact scientific achievements in physiology and medicine. Kalluri was honored for his discoveries related to autoimmune and genetic kidney diseases, organ fibrosis and cancer biology.

Zoology Notes 003: Penguins have bad taste - The Guardian

The Guardian
Zoology Notes 003: Penguins have bad taste. Penguins have bad taste, at least compared to other birds. Based on their genes, it's unlikely they can sense sweet, umami or bitter. Penguins have a seriously reduced sense of taste Photograph: Christopher ...

Queen Creek - United States

Dedicated to educating and exchanging information between seahorse hobbyists and the aquarium trade.

United States

Concise information about the Hippocampus from Sea World/Busch Gardens.

Project Seahorse

An international and interdisciplinary marine conservation organization. Research, policy, and activities.

Project Seahorse
United States

Team of biologists and social workers committed to conserving and managing seahorses, their relatives, and habitats.

NOVA: Kingdom of the Seahorse
United States

Offers anatomical information, photos, and an interview with seahorse enthusiast Dr. Amanda Vincent.


Research team seeks to demonstrate that land based farm bred seahorses produce the same medicinal benefits as those caught in the wild.

Pacific Seahorse: Hippocampus ingens
United States

Research project by Amy Warren on this endangered fish, including its classification, habitat, adaptations, nutrition, unique method of reproduction and interactions with other species including humans.
New Zealand

Resource introducing DNA probe technologies, listing conferences, workshops and references with focus on marine biotoxins from Nelson, New Zealand.

Home of the Bioinformatics Group at the Faculty of Science, Zagreb, Croatia. Research include: codon usage analysis (INCA software package), and microarray data processing in context of metabolic pathway networks (MADNet).
United States

The BioJava Project is an open-source project dedicated to providing Java tools for processing biological data.

United States

Interactive hub of information for flow cytometrists including a calendar, job listings, news, white papers, professional sites, supplier listings, educational sources and a forum.