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Magazine articles on other animals and pets.
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Chemistry World
August 9, 2006
Victoria Gill
Wasps Fight a Chemical Battle Scientists have developed a new technique to take chemical measurements during one-on-one wasp combat, which has enabled the researchers to identify a wasp's chemical weapon of choice when it's losing a fight. mark for My Articles 45 similar articles
Chemistry World
July 17, 2006
Bea Perks
Marine Toxin Synthesised From Scratch The synthesis of a little understood toxin found in tropical fish marks an important step in natural product synthesis, report chemists. The work will not only help to tackle a widespread food-borne illness -- it will also spare tons of Moray eels from a grisly end. mark for My Articles 23 similar articles
Sports Central
July 12, 2006
Mark Chalifoux
Barbaro Craves the Spotlight Barbaro refuses to shrink from the public eye after his career was ended as he's clinging to the spotlight with any good leg left in him. mark for My Articles 3 similar articles
Chemistry World
July 2006
John Bonner
Insect Detectives Chemists and biologists are harnessing the powerful sense of smell that insects possess to devise applications from detecting rotten tomatoes to controlling one of the deadliest diseases in Africa. mark for My Articles 54 similar articles
June 2006
Jason Daley
The Wild File Cows sleeping habits don't predict weather... The mystery why you can't tickle yourself... Otters trading places... What colors the human iris?... mark for My Articles
Science News
June 3, 2006
Janet Raloff
Has Early Programming Sealed These Animals' Fate? Surprising data from harbor seals indicate that nutrition prior to weaning may permanently set growth rates in the animals. mark for My Articles 46 similar articles
Science News
May 27, 2006
Science Safari: Amphibiaweb Curious about frogs, toads, or salamanders? This Web site provides data on more than 6,000 amphibian species from around the world. mark for My Articles 24 similar articles
June 2006
Laura Tangley
Learning from Tai Shan The giant panda born at Washington, D.C.'s National Zoo has charmed animal lovers. Now he's teaching scientists more than they had expected. mark for My Articles 22 similar articles
April 2006
Edward R. Landa
Oink If You Love Coal Coal feeding at outcrops will rarely be seen today with domesticated swine. However, feral pigs may still be crunching at outcrops of coal. And naturally occurring humic materials are presently marketed as sources of iron and other trace elements for pigs and other farm animals. mark for My Articles 113 similar articles
April 2006
H. Thayer Walker
Killer Abs Divers do the damnedest things in pursuit of Northern California abalone -- like poaching, drowning, and getting gobbled up by great white sharks. mark for My Articles 4 similar articles
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