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Giant pandas may have only recently switched to eating mostly bamboo 2019-01-31
Stable isotope analysis provides insights into the diet evolution and habitat contraction of giant pandas 2019-01-30
Scientists identify biological invasion hotspots for promoting the green development of the Belt and R... 2019-01-25
Biosecurity strategy needed for China's Belt and Road Initiative, researchers say 2019-01-25
Scientists Identify Toxic Antipredator Defense Mechanism in Locusts 2019-01-24
Wisdom is Power: Female Budgerigars Prefer Males with Stronger Cognitive Abilities 2019-01-16
Inhibition of PDE10A rescues impaired social behavior, learning and memory in mice with partial loss o... 2018-11-07
Research Shows Benefit of Giant Panda Conservation Far Exceeds Cost 2018-06-26
Hematopoietic hierarchy – an updated roadmap 2018-06-22
Human Embryonic Stem Cells-derived Dopaminergic Neurons Alleviate Symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease in ... 2018-06-13
mTOR masters monocyte/macrophage development 2018-02-26
Scientists Reveal Divergent and Parallel Routes in Convergence of High-altitude Passerine Birds 2018-02-06
Panda tongues evolved to protect them from toxins, study suggests 2018-02-01
Two new snout moth genera and three new species discovered in southern China 2018-01-29
Novel Body Structure Likely Tied to Mating in New Extinct Insect Species 2018-01-24
Endothelial-specific m6A modulates mouse hematopoietic stem and progenitor cell development... 2017-11-20
Uncovering the molecular bases of chemical communications of Helicoverpa moth species 2017-11-06
The biological consequences of climate change on epidemics may be scale-dependent 2017-11-06
PNAS: UCP 1 Gene-edited pigs are healthy and lean 2017-10-26
Tethyan changes shaped aquatic diversification 2017-10-25
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