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Kenyan northern white rhino Najin retired from breeding scheme

Najin, 32, has been part of a programme in Kenya trying to save her species from extinction.

From the BBC News-2021-10-22:8:5:1

New species of dinosaur unearthed by Isle of Wight fossil hunters

About 50 bones of the carnivorous dinosaurs are found on a beach in southern England.

From the BBC News-2021-9-29:8:5:2

Brexit paves the way for gene-edited crops

Ministers will relax regulation of gene-edited crops to allow their commercial growing in England.

From the BBC News-2021-9-29:8:5:1

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Embark Canine Bioinformatics: Embark Veterinary has a Research Scientist position in Canine Genetics. (Oct 19).

How Birds Evolve: What Science Reveals about Their Origin, Lives, and Diversity, by Douglas J. Futuyma. from Princeton University Press. (Oct 16).

Plant Evolution in the Mediterranean Second Edition, by J.D. Thompson, from Oxford University Press, (Oct 2).

Infectious Disease Ecology of Wild Birds by Owen et al., from Oxford University Press. (Oct 9).

Plant Evolution in the Mediterranean Second Edition, by J.D. Thompson, from Oxford University Press, (Oct 2).

Royal Society Publ has published a special issue of Phil Transactions B: Infectious disease macroecology: parasite diversity and dynamics across the globe ed. by PR Stephens, S Huang and M.Farrell and the articles can be accessed directly here. A print version is also available at the special price of £35.00 from Debbie.vaughan@royalsociety.org (Sep 22).

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Oct 23 12:00Dead-end hybridization in walnut trees revealed by large-scale genomic sequence data - Wei-Ping Zhang et al. (MBE)
Oct 23 08:00A conserved genetic architecture among populations of the maize progenitor, teosinte, was radically altered by domestication - Qiuyue Chen et al. (PNAS)
Oct 22 16:00Two Functional Epithelial Sodium Channel Isoforms Are Present in Rodents despite Pronounced Evolutionary Pseudogenization and Exon Fusion - Sean M Gettings et al. (MBE)
Oct 22 12:00Chromosome-level genome assembly of Nephotettix cincticeps (Uhler, 1896) (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae: Deltocephalinae) - Bin Yan et al. (GBE)

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