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Contents | Science 377, 6606
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COVER Marram grass, or beachgrass, grows on and stabilizes coastal sand dunes on Ireland’s Dingle Peninsula. Grasses, whether terrestrial or submarine, tend to be undervalued but have influenced the trajectory of human history through their domestication as food staples, as well as natural ecosystems worldwide. If restored and conserved appropriately, grasslands can benefit climate change mitigation efforts. See the special section beginning on page 590.

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Science

  • Volume 377|
  • Issue 6606|
  • 5 Aug 2022

COVER Marram grass, or beachgrass, grows on and stabilizes coastal sand dunes on Ireland’s Dingle Peninsula. Grasses, whether terrestrial or submarine, tend to be undervalued but have influenced the trajectory of human history through their domestication as food staples, as well as natural ecosystems worldwide. If restored and conserved appropriately, grasslands can benefit climate change mitigation efforts. See the special section beginning on page 590.

Photo: Matt Anderson Photography/Getty Images

Special issue

Grass

Introduction to Special Issue

    BY
    • Bianca Lopez
    • Pamela J. Hines
    • Caroline Ash
  • : 590-591
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Perspectives

    BY
    • Caroline A. E. Strömberg
    • A. Carla Staver
  • : 592-593
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Grassy biomes are >20 million years old but are undervalued and under threat today

Reviews

    BY
    • EliseBuisson
    • SallyArchibald
    • AlessandraFidelis
    • Katharine N.Suding
  • : 594-598
  • FULL ACCESS
    BY
    • Paula McSteen
    • Elizabeth A. Kellogg
  • : 599-602
  • FULL ACCESS
    BY
    • Yongfei Bai
    • M. Francesca Cotrufo
  • : 603-608
  • FULL ACCESS
    BY
    • Richard K. F.Unsworth
    • Leanne C.Cullen-Unsworth
    • Benjamin L. H.Jones
    • Richard J.Lilley
  • : 609-613
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Editorial

    BY
    • Peter Mathieson
  • : 559
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News

In Brief
  • : 560-561
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In Depth
    BY
    • Jeffrey Mervis
  • : 562-563
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CHIPS and Science Act creates NSF tech directorate and boosts applied research
    BY
    • Adrian Cho
  • : 563-564
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High-profile claim of “quantum supremacy” fades
    BY
    • Erik Stokstad
  • : 564-565
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But more action is needed to reach Biden’s pledge to halve greenhouse gas emissions by 2030
    BY
    • Mitch Leslie
  • : 565-566
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Bioreactor lets “embryoids” mature long enough for multiple organs to form
    BY
    • Jon Cohen
  • : 566-567
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Efforts to protect against future variants or novel coronaviruses face funding constraints and other problems
Feature
    BY
    • Warren Cornwall
  • : 568-571
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Around the world, flammable invasive grasses are increasing the risks of damaging wildfires

Insights

Perspectives
    BY
    • Meera K. Shenoy
    • Meghan A. Koch
  • : 575-576
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A gut microbiota–derived antigen elicits distinct subsets of regulatory T cells to suppress inflammation in mice
    BY
    • Lindsay J. LeBlanc
  • : 576-577
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Ordered patterns reoccur over time in an ultracold atomic gas trapped in light
    BY
    • Davide Gabellini
  • : 578-579
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Production of hyaluronic acid allows regenerative signaling in muscle stem cells after injury
    BY
    • Susana Cadenas
  • : 579-580
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Activation of a G protein–coupled receptor prevents cardiomyocyte death during ischemia
    BY
    • Michael S. West
    • Sophie A. L. Rousseaux
  • : 580-581
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The synthesis of reactive carbene intermediates is made simpler and safer
Policy Forum
    BY
    • Murray M. Lumpkin
    • Margaret A. Hamburg
    • William B. Schultz
    • Joshua M. Sharfstein
  • : 572-574
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Data sharing among regulators must be “business as usual”
Books et al.
    BY
    • Rob Dunn
  • : 582
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From regenerating sea slugs to self-medicating sheep, a biologist probes the origins and evolution of behavior
    BY
    • Ayah Nuriddin
  • : 583
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Structural factors exacerbate the impact of viruses
Letters
    BY
    • Pierre Sicard
    • Evgenios Agathokleous
    • Alessandra De Marco
    • Elena Paoletti
  • : 585
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    BY
    • Uzair Aslam Bhatti
    • Mir Muhammad Nizamani
    • Huang Mengxing
  • : 585-586
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    BY
    • Suvarna Khadakkar
  • : 586-587
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  • : 586
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Research

Research Highlights
    BY
    • Sacha Vignieri
    • Pamela J. Hines
    • Christiana N. Fogg
    • Ian S. Osborne
    • Dan A. Erkes
    • Marc S. Lavine
    • H. Jesse Smith
    • Jake Yeston
    • Valda Vinson
    • Yevgeniya Nusinovich
    • Beverly A. Purnell
    • L. Bryan Ray
    • Seth Thomas Scanlon
    • Stella M. Hurtley
    • Leslie K. Ferrarelli
    • Luciano DiCroce
  • : 615-617
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Highlights from the Science family of journals
    BY
    • Bianca Lopez
    • Yury Suleymanov
    • Brent Grocholski
    • Peter Stern
    • Yevgeniya Nusinovich
    • Brad Wible
    • Stella M. Hurtley
  • : 616-617
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Editors’ selections from the current scientific literature
Research Articles
    BY
    • Diego Calderon
    • Ronnie Blecher-Gonen
    • Xingfan Huang
    • Stefano Secchia
    • James Kentro
    • Riza M. Daza
    • Beth Martin
    • Alessandro Dulja
    • Christoph Schaub
    • Cole Trapnell
    • Erica Larschan
    • Kate M. O’Connor-Giles
    • Eileen E. M. Furlong
    • Jay Shendure
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A single-cell atlas of chromatin accessibility and gene expression reveals cell lineages and gene expression patterns during Drosophila embryogenesis.
    BY
    • Daniel Reichart
    • Eric L. Lindberg
    • Henrike Maatz
    • Antonio M. A. Miranda
    • Anissa Viveiros
    • Nikolay Shvetsov
    • Anna Gärtner
    • Emily R. Nadelmann
    • Michael Lee
    • Kazumasa Kanemaru
    • Jorge Ruiz-Orera
    • Viktoria Strohmenger
    • Daniel M. DeLaughter
    • Giannino Patone
    • Hao Zhang
    • Andrew Woehler
    • Christoph Lippert
    • Yuri Kim
    • Eleonora Adami
    • Joshua M. Gorham
    • Sam N. Barnett
    • Kemar Brown
    • Rachel J. Buchan
    • Rasheda A. Chowdhury
    • Chrystalla Constantinou
    • James Cranley
    • Leanne E. Felkin
    • Henrik Fox
    • Ahla Ghauri
    • Jan Gummert
    • Masatoshi Kanda
    • Ruoyan Li
    • Lukas Mach
    • Barbara McDonough
    • Sara Samari
    • Farnoush Shahriaran
    • Clarence Yapp
    • Caroline Stanasiuk
    • Pantazis I. Theotokis
    • Fabian J. Theis
    • Antoon van den Bogaerdt
    • Hiroko Wakimoto
    • James S. Ware
    • Catherine L. Worth
    • Paul J. R. Barton
    • Young-Ae Lee
    • Sarah A. Teichmann
    • Hendrik Milting
    • Michela Noseda
    • Gavin Y. Oudit
    • Matthias Heinig
    • Jonathan G. Seidman
    • Norbert Hubner
    • Christine E. Seidman
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A single-cell atlas of the heart identifies cellular interactions and pathways involved in two types of cardiomyopathy.
    BY
    • Alexander A. Cohen
    • Neeltje van Doremalen
    • Allison J. Greaney
    • Hanne Andersen
    • Ankur Sharma
    • Tyler N. Starr
    • Jennifer R. Keeffe
    • Chengcheng Fan
    • Jonathan E. Schulz
    • Priyanthi N. P. Gnanapragasam
    • Leesa M. Kakutani
    • Anthony P. West Jr.
    • Greg Saturday
    • Yu E. Lee
    • Han Gao
    • Claudia A. Jette
    • Mark G. Lewis
    • Tiong K. Tan
    • Alain R. Townsend
    • Jesse D. Bloom
    • Vincent J. Munster
    • Pamela J. Bjorkman
  • Open Access
A mosaic sarbecovirus nanoparticle protects against SARS-2 and SARS-1, whereas a SARS-2 nanoparticle only protects against SARS-2.
    BY
    • Gregory A. Wyant
    • Wenyu Yu
    • IIias P. Doulamis
    • Rio S. Nomoto
    • Mossab Y. Saeed
    • Thomas Duignan
    • James D McCully
    • William G. Kaelin, Jr
  • : 621-629
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Studies in mice show that a G protein–coupled receptor acts at mitochondria to protect tissues that have been deprived of oxygen.
    BY
    • Albert Cairo
    • Anna Vargova
    • Neha Shukla
    • Claudio Capitao
    • Pavlina Mikulkova
    • Sona Valuchova
    • Jana Pecinkova
    • Petra Bulankova
    • Karel Riha
  • : 629-634
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Sequestration of translation initiation factors during late meiosis drives a cell cycle transition back to mitosis.
    BY
    • Tauras P. Vilgalys
    • Arielle S. Fogel
    • Jordan A. Anderson
    • Raphael S. Mututua
    • J. Kinyua Warutere
    • I. Long’ida Siodi
    • Sang Yoon Kim
    • Tawni N. Voyles
    • Jacqueline A. Robinson
    • Jeffrey D. Wall
    • Elizabeth A. Archie
    • Susan C. Alberts
    • Jenny Tung
  • : 635-641
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Coupled genomic and field data indicate selection against baboon hybrids despite no overt fitness costs in the wild.
    BY
    • Bernhard A. Kramer
    • Jacobo Sarabia del Castillo
    • Lucas Pelkmans
  • : 642-648
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Simultaneous imaging data elucidate how cultured human epithelial cells process environmental cues in the context of their current cell state.
Reports
    BY
    • Lumin Zhang
    • Bethany M. DeMuynck
    • Alyson N. Paneque
    • Joy E. Rutherford
    • David A. Nagib
  • : 649-654
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Reaction of aldehydes with pivaloyl chloride and then zinc offers versatile and comparatively safe access to carbenes.
    BY
    • Nicola C. Thomas
    • Harold J. Bradbury
    • David A. Hodell
  • : 654-659
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Glacial deep-sea oxygen concentrations, fell along with ice volume and atmospheric pCO2, around 900 thousand years ago.
    BY
    • Djenet Bousbaine
    • Laura I. Fisch
    • Mariya London
    • Preksha Bhagchandani
    • Tiago B. Rezende de Castro
    • Mark Mimee
    • Scott Olesen
    • Bernardo S. Reis
    • David VanInsberghe
    • Juliana Bortolatto
    • Mathilde Poyet
    • Ross W. Cheloha
    • John Sidney
    • Jingjing Ling
    • Aaron Gupta
    • Timothy K. Lu
    • Alessandro Sette
    • Eric J. Alm
    • James J. Moon
    • Gabriel D. Victora
    • Daniel Mucida
    • Hidde L. Ploegh
    • Angelina M. Bilate
  • : 660-666
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In a mouse model of colitis, a commensal-derived antigen drives regulatory immune responses in the intestine.
    BY
    • Kiran Nakka
    • Sarah Hachmer
    • Zeinab Mokhtari
    • Radmila Kovac
    • Hina Bandukwala
    • Clara Bernard
    • Yuefeng Li
    • Guojia Xie
    • Chengyu Liu
    • Magid Fallahi
    • Lynn A. Megeney
    • Julien Gondin
    • Bénédicte Chazaud
    • Marjorie Brand
    • Xiaohui Zha
    • Kai Ge
    • F. Jeffrey Dilworth
  • : 666-669
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A histone demethylase initiates muscle repair by removing H3K27me3 marks at genes needed to dampen an inflammatory block to stem cell function.
    BY
    • Phatthamon Kongkhambut
    • Jim Skulte
    • Ludwig Mathey
    • Jayson G. Cosme
    • Andreas Hemmerich
    • Hans Keßler
  • : 670-673
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A continuous time crystal was observed in a quantum condensate of rubidium atoms.
    BY
    • Osamu Oki
    • Hiroshi Yamagishi
    • Yasuhiro Morisaki
    • Ryo Inoue
    • Kana Ogawa
    • Nanami Miki
    • Yasuo Norikane
    • Hiroyasu Sato
    • Yohei Yamamoto
  • : 673-678
  • FULL ACCESS
A planar-chiral double-decker molecule forms skeletal concave crystals with synchronous and uniaxial growth.
Technical Comments
    BY
    • Igor S. Gerasimov
    • Timofey V. Losev
    • Evgeny Yu. Epifanov
    • Irina Rudenko
    • Ivan S. Bushmarinov
    • Alexander A. Ryabov
    • Petr A. Zhilyaev
    • Michael G. Medvedev
  • FULL ACCESS
    BY
    • James Kirkpatrick
    • Brendan McMorrow
    • David H. P. Turban
    • Alexander L. Gaunt
    • James S. Spencer
    • Alexander G. D. G. Matthews
    • Annette Obika
    • Louis Thiry
    • Meire Fortunato
    • David Pfau
    • Lara Román Castellanos
    • Stig Petersen
    • Alexander W. R. Nelson
    • Pushmeet Kohli
    • Paula Mori-Sánchez
    • Demis Hassabis
    • Aron J. Cohen
  • FULL ACCESS

Careers

Working Life
    BY
    • Huanping Huang
  • : 682
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Essays

    BY
    • Robert M. G. Reinhart
  • : 588-589
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Personalized, noninvasive network-based neuromodulation aids impaired cognition
    BY
    • Davide Folloni
  • : 589
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Noninvasive, reversible stimulation of neural circuits can regulate behavior

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