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Prof. Oren Levy researches the timing of the reproduction of corals around the world and is surprised by Dioc. However the biological clock of the corals is not adapted to the volume lights
Tracking social mammals has allowed scientists to understand how they choose a way of behavior that promotes their ability to reproduce
The researchers behind the new study were able to create baby mice with genetic material from two males without any genetic changes. They achieved this by using stem cells to create primordial germ cells (PGCs),
The decoration of chameleons is not limited to their outer part - and the bones of many of them glow through their skin under ultraviolet light. This way the chameleons never stop surprising with original costumes that can be an inspiration for the holiday
The new discovery could shed light on the basic mechanisms that control sugar metabolism in other organisms, including humans.
The research findings illustrate how changing the synapse map may lead to a change in behavior
The researchers who are trying to save the biblical eagle from extinction in Israel
"Instead of wondering if we have too many or too few people, we should ask how we can sustainably meet the needs of the people who are already alive"
The harmful chemicals can be found in a wide variety of consumer products such as food packaging, toys, medical devices, adhesives and more
A new French study found that lizards living in France were born "older". It is not about a sequel to "The Amazing Story of Benjamin Button", but about another item on the list of damages from the climate crisis
A liquid-viscous environment helps the folding of proteins and their proper functioning
In a symbiotic reorganization, the organism functions much better than its individual cells or parts.
Many pregnancies are terminated at the stage when the fetus is implanted in the uterus and begins to develop. The discovery will make it possible to investigate this phase in detail
Alarming findings regarding the future of the Gulf of Eilat: the coral reef in the Gulf of Eilat is having trouble recovering from the damage of the 2020 winter storm, which hit the bay and caused the coral colonies in the reef to break and be covered with sand; Continued decrease in percentage
The main factors and processes that affect the state of nature in Israel, as a result of human activity, were published
A study found that men who are in the sun eat more
A new study estimates that there is little basis for the hope that coral reefs at great depth will help the survival of corals in shallow waters
Is the routine good for us or maybe we are better off without it? And could it be that a new one that we haven't met yet is about to devour all the cards?
Researchers from Tel Aviv University demonstrated with the help of worms that epigenetic inheritance of sexual attraction can influence the process of evolution
An article published in the scientific magazine Science, led by Prof. Ran Natan from the Hebrew University, shows how the "Atlas" system and other big data monitoring systems help to research and preserve wildlife in a world where the climate
This week, February 12, we celebrated the birthday of Sir Charles Darwin, one of the most influential figures in the history of science, who was born in 1809. His book 'The Origin of Species', published in 1859, presented a revolutionary answer to one of the basic questions
Groundbreaking research confirms the time of year when an asteroid wiped out the dinosaurs and 75% of life on Earth
In a new study by a team of researchers from the University of Tokyo published in the journal "Current Biology", three different chemical compounds were identified as being responsible for the fruity body odor emitted by the male lemur during the annual breeding season.
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