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neonics are being ingested by free-ranging animals, study finds




health impacts of neonicotinoids may go well beyond bees, according to a new university of guelph study.



neonics are being ingested by free-ranging animals, u of g study finds




image: this is prof. claire jardine. view more credit: university of guelphhealth impacts of neonicotinoids may go well beyond bees, according to a new university of guelph study.u of g researchers found residues of the insecticides in the livers of wild turkeys, providing evidence that this commo...



neonics are being ingested by free-ranging animals, study finds




health impacts of neonicotinoids may go well beyond bees, according to a new university of guelph study. u of g researchers found residues of the insecticides in the livers of wild turkeys, providing evidence that this common agrochemical is being ingested by free-ranging animals.the researchers fro...



when humans war, animals die




a new study finds a strong relationship between armed conflict and the decline of africa’s large animals.



size key to top speed in animals, study finds




it's not quite e=mc2, but scientists unveiled monday a simple, powerful formula that explains why some animals run, fly and swim faster than all others.



feral animals pose major threat to outback, climate change study finds




a study of changing rainfall and bushfire patterns over 22 years has found - in addition to a likely decrease in cover of the dominant plant spinifex - feral animals pose a major threat to seed-eating rodents.



increased calls to ban ‘fatal’ sky lanterns




members of the public have been urged to back a campaign to ban “fatal” sky lanterns.rspca cymru has made progress in its aim to have the lanterns banned across wales, with 17 of 22 local authorities forbidding their release on their land.but with five councils left, and halloween and bonfire ni...



neonics put bumblebees at risk of extinction by hindering colony formation, stud




bumblebees are less able to start colonies when exposed to a common neonicotinoid pesticide, according to a new university of guelph study.



exposure to neonics results in early death for honeybee workers and queens: stud




worker and queen honeybees exposed to field realistic levels of neonicotinoids die sooner, reducing the health of the entire colony, a new study led by york university biologists has found.



aflatoxin-free transgenic maize using host-induced gene silencing




when ingested by animals, aflatoxins cause health problems including liver cancer and stunted growth. thakare et al. used host-induced gene silencing (higs) to block aflatoxin production in maize. aflatoxins are toxic metabolites produced by some species of aspergillus fungi that can occur on numer...



correctly used neonics do not adversely affect honeybee colonies, new research f




the three most widely used neonicotinoid pesticides for flowering crops pose no risk to honeybee colonies when used correctly as seed treatments, according to new studies by university of guelph researchers.



social stress leads to changes in gut bacteria, study finds




image: this is dr. kim huhman, distinguished university professor of neuroscience at georgia state university. view more credit: georgia state universityatlanta-exposure to psychological stress in the form of social conflict alters gut bacteria in syrian hamsters, according to a new study by georg...



big game hunters in africa urged to drop the lead to help save vultures




a third of all vultures caught and tested in the botswana study showed elevated levels of lead in their blood, most likely due to ingesting lead bullet-contaminated flesh. hunters' bullets shatter inside their prey and can then be absorbed into the blood stream of the vultures when they feed on thes...



new study shows that three quarters of deep-sea animals make their own light




ever since explorer william beebe descended into the depths in a metal sphere in the 1930s, marine biologists have been astounded by the number and diversity of glowing animals in the ocean. yet few studies have actually documented the numbers of glowing animals at different depths. in a new study i...



number of people killed by animals each year in the us remains unchanged




summary of the most important findings from the study. credit: wilderness & environmental medicinea new study released in the latest issue of wilderness & environmental medicine shows that animal encounters remain a considerable cause of human harm and death. researchers analyzed fatalities in the u...



correctly used neonics do not adversely affect honeybee colonies, new research f




the three most widely used neonicotinoid pesticides for flowering crops pose no risk to honeybee colonies when used correctly as seed treatments, according to new studies by university of guelph researchers.amid mounting controversy over use of neonicotinoids (neonics) and declining bee population, ...



correctly used neonics do not adversely affect honeybee colonies, new research f




credit: cc0 public domainthe three most widely used neonicotinoid pesticides for flowering crops pose no risk to honeybee colonies when used correctly as seed treatments, according to new studies by university of guelph researchers. amid mounting controversy over use of neonicotinoids (neonics) and ...



unique field survey yields first big-picture view of deep-sea food webs




deep-sea animals have been systematically studied for over 100 years, yet scientists are still learning about what many of these animals eat. a new paper by mbari researchers anela choy, steve haddock, and bruce robison documents the first comprehensive study of deep-sea food webs, using hundreds of...



number of people killed by animals each year in the us remains unchanged




image: this is a summary of the most important findings from the study. view more credit: wilderness & environmental medicinephiladelphia, february 28, 2018 - a new study released in the latest issue of wilderness & environmental medicine shows that animal encounters remain a considerable cause of...



caspian sea evaporating as temperatures rise, study finds




earth's largest inland body of water has been slowly evaporating for the past two decades due to rising temperatures associated with climate change, a new study finds.



study finds bacteria adapted to the lungs are easier to kill with antibiotics




a study of cystic fibrosis patients finds new evidence that infected bacteria lower resistance to antibiotics as they become 'more comfortable' in the body



study finds big savings in removing dams over repairs




a new study by portland state university researchers finds billions of dollars could be saved if the nation's aging dams are removed rather than repaired, but also suggests that better data and analysis is needed on the factors driving dam-removal efforts.



study reveals ways powerful 'master gene' regulates physical differences between




image: the study used beetles in the species onthophagus taurus to learn about the role played by the dsx gene to "match " physical traits to males versus females. view more credit: alex wildbloomington, ind. -- physical differences between males and females in species are common, but there remains...



study finds us forest service lands underused by minorities




193 million acres throughout the united states—are a national treasure intended for use by everyone. but a new study by san francisco state university professor of recreation, parks & tourism nina roberts and the u.s. forest service finds that many ethnic minorities are not using or enjoying these...



sleepovers with stuffed animals help children learn to read




image: this photo was presented to the children who participated in the stuffed animal sleepover program. view more credit: okayama universitysending stuffed animals for a sleepover at the library encourages children to read with them, even long after the sleepover took place, say researchers in a ...