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Sitting Bull: DNA confirms great-grandson's identity

A sample of the Native American leader's hair confirms the identity of his great-grandson.

From the BBC News-2021-10-28:8:5:1

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

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Conservation Physiology by Madliger et al., from Oxford University Press. (Nov 27).

Special issue of Diversity on evolutionary analyses. Call for papers. And another special issue on climate change and molluscs in Diversity (Nov 23).

Essential Ornithology, by Graham Scott, from Oxford University Press. (Nov 20).

GameTheory in Biology by J.M. McNamara and O. Leimar, from Oxford University Press. (Nov 13).

Fishery Ecosystem Dynamics by Michael J. Fogarty and Jeremy S. Collie, from Oxford University Press. (Nov 6).

Bioinformatics and Computational Biology: A Primer for Biologists, by Basant K. Tiwary, from Springer. (Oct 30).

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Nov 27 12:00Intraspecific variation in the rates of mutations causing structural variation in Daphnia magna - Eddie K H Ho, S Schaack (GBE)
Nov 26 12:00Genome-scale data reveal deep lineage divergence and a complex demographic history in the Texas horned lizard (Phrynosoma cornutum) throughout the southwestern and central US - Nicholas Finger et al. (GBE)
Nov 26 12:00The Tetragnatha kauaiensis genome sheds light on the origins of genomic novelty in spiders - José Cerca et al. (GBE)
Nov 26 12:00One cell, two gears: extensive somatic genome plasticity accompanies high germline genome stability in Paramecium - Francesco Catania, Rebecca Rothering, Valerio Vitali (GBE)
Nov 25 12:00Pif1 helicases and the evidence for a prokaryotic origin of Helitrons - Pedro Heringer, Gustavo C S Kuhn (MBE)
Nov 25 12:00Evolution under spatially heterogeneous selection in solid tumors - Guanghao Li et al. (MBE)
Nov 25 08:00Evolutionary change in the construction of the nursery environment when parents are prevented from caring for their young directly - Ana Duarte, Darren Rebar, Allysa C. Hallett, Benjamin J. M. Jarrett, Rebecca M. Kilner (PNAS)

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