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Thursday, April 1, 2010

More Raw Science

rawscience2-01Find information about recent journal articles from researchers in the College of Natural Sciences in the latest Raw Science.

The papers include:

By the Light of the Moon

Marine scientists review the various mechanisms by which fish are able to align their reproductive cycles with phases of the moon.

External and internal controls of lunar-related reproductive rhythms in fishes,” Journal of Fish Biology (2010) 76, 7 – 26. A. Takemura, M. S. Rahman and Y. J. Park.

Jetson Yourself

Human ecologists develop a simple, portable system
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Monday, March 15, 2010

What’s new in the science journals

Elops smithi, a new species of ladyfish. Claudia R. Rocha, a graduate student at the Marine Research Institute, was part of the team making the case for its existence in Zootaxa.

Elops smithi, a new species of ladyfish. Claudia R. Rocha, a graduate student at the Marine Research Institute, was part of the team making the case for its existence in Zootaxa.

Before you can have Further Findings, you have to have findings, or, as my colleagues in the College of Natural Sciences call it, Raw Science.

What that means is that they have posted summaries of research papers involving its faculty and links to the papers.

The first round of research in this
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