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Straight men who watch porn 'more likely to support gay marriage' | The Telegraph (UK)

Straight men who watch porn 'more likely to support gay marriage' | The Telegraph (UK) | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
A new study has suggested that the more pornography straight men watch, the more their tolerance to gay marriage grows.
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Students teaching students | Douglas (AZ) Dispatch

Students teaching students | Douglas (AZ) Dispatch | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
For the past three years Darcy Tessman with the University of Arizona Cooperative Extension has been working with the Douglas youth.
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Fishing Expedition Reveals Viral Diversity in the Sea | Medical Xpress

Using lab-cultured bacteria as "bait," a team of scientists led by Matthew Sullivan has sequenced complete and partial genomes of about 10 million viruses from an ocean water sample in a single experiment.



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Generating a Genome to Feed the World: UA-led Team Sequences African Rice | Science Newsline

Generating a Genome to Feed the World: UA-led Team Sequences African Rice | Science Newsline | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
An international team of researchers led by the University of Arizona has sequenced the complete genome of African rice. The genetic information will enhance scientists' and agriculturalists' understanding of the growing patterns of African rice, as well as enable the development of new rice varieties that are better able to cope with increasing environmental stressors to help solve global hunger challenges.
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Generating a genome to feed the world: UA-led team sequences African rice | Science Codex

Generating a genome to feed the world: UA-led team sequences African rice | Science Codex | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
An international team of researchers led by the University of Arizona has sequenced the complete genome of African rice. The genetic information will enhance scientists' and agriculturalists' understanding of the growing patterns of African rice, as well
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Solution to World Hunger? Scientists Sequence Genome of African Rice to Solve 'Nine Billion People Question' | International Buisness Times - UK

Solution to World Hunger? Scientists Sequence Genome of African Rice to Solve 'Nine Billion People Question' | International Buisness Times - UK | CALS in the News | Scoop.it

University of Arizona researchers have sequenced the complete genome of African rice, enabling the development of new rice varieties that are better able to cope with increasing environmental stresses to help solve global hunger issues.

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Libraries battle bed bugs in books | The Olympian (Olympia, WA)

The vampire in the teen romance your daughter checked out from the library is fictional — but there could be a bloodsucker lurking in the book's binding that isn't make believe.
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Libraries battle bed bugs in books | The Republic (Columbus, IN)

Libraries battle bed bugs in books | The Republic (Columbus, IN) | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
The vampire in the teen romance your daughter checked out from the library is fictional - but there could be a bloodsucker lurking in the book's binding that isn't make believe.
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LAS VEGAS: Libraries battle bed bugs in books | Health | Brandenton (FL) Herald

The vampire in the teen romance your daughter checked out from the library is fictional — but there could be a bloodsucker lurking in the book's binding that isn't make believe.
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Libraries battle bed bugs in books | News Observer (Raleigh, NC)

The vampire in the teen romance your daughter checked out from the library is fictional — but there could be a bloodsucker lurking in the book's binding that isn't make believe.
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Libraries battle bed bugs in books | My San Antonio (TX)

Libraries battle bed bugs in books | My San Antonio (TX) | CALS in the News | Scoop.it

The vampire in the teen romance your daughter checked out from the library is fictional but there could be a bloodsucker lurking in the book's binding that isn't make believe. A bed bug was spotted in a Las Vegas-Clark County Library District bin two weeks ago in the service center where 18,000 library items are sorted daily, said Karen Bramwell-Thomas, the district's public relations manager. 

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Global forum launches call for innovations | Food and Drink International

Global forum launches call for innovations | Food and Drink International | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
The Global Forum for Innovations in Agriculture, the world’s most influential event for the future of sustainable agriculture, has launched the Call for Innovations for next year’s event.
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Monsoon activity slows Oak fire | Eastern Arizona Courier

Monsoon activity slows Oak fire | Eastern Arizona Courier | CALS in the News | Scoop.it

Crews battling the Oak fire reduce the amount of burnable material on the Galiuro Mountains, July 5. Monsoon weather — including rain, lower temperatures and high humidity — is helping reduce the spread of the fire.



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What is Water Worth? New UA Publication Investigates the Value of Water in Arizona | Sedona.biz (Sedona, AZ)

How do Arizonans value water? Not only its price for consumers, but the myriad other ways users pay for water.

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Is Marriage (Really) Good For Your Health? | Parade (Magazine)

Is Marriage (Really) Good For Your Health? | Parade (Magazine) | CALS in the News | Scoop.it

Married people are healthier than single people, right? It depends, according to a new Brigham Young University study, which tracked the health and marital quality of over 1600 married couples over 20 years. Happily married folks were healthier—while couples who fought more were not.But the relationship between marital satisfaction and physical health is even more [...]

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Are Millennials redefining adulthood? | Medical Xpress

Are Millennials redefining adulthood? | Medical Xpress | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
Once upon a time, a spouse, children and a home were among the most typical hallmarks of adulthood. But that definition may be changing, says one researcher involved in an ongoing University of Arizona study of young adults.
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Generating a genome to feed the world: African rice sequenced | Science Daily

Generating a genome to feed the world: African rice sequenced | Science Daily | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
An international team of scientists has sequenced the genome of African rice. The new information will enable scientists and agriculturalists to develop varieties of rice that can survive in a changing climate.
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African Rice Sequenced: A Genome To Feed The World | Science 2.0

African Rice Sequenced: A Genome To Feed The World | Science 2.0 | CALS in the News | Scoop.it

Researchers have sequenced the complete genome of Oryza glaberrima (African rice), which will enhance scientists' and agriculturalists' understanding of the growing patterns of African rice, as well as enable the development of new rice varieties that are better able to cope with increasing environmental stressors to help solve global hunger challenges.

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Wasps Are Our Friends: Part IV | Scientific American

Wasps Are Our Friends: Part IV | Scientific American | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
When most people think of wasps, they imagine a stereotypically striped stinging insect. Such wasps are part of the family Vespidae, but they are, in fact, ...
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Libraries battle bed bugs in books | Idaho Statesman (Boise)

The vampire in the teen romance your daughter checked out from the library is fictional — but there could be a bloodsucker lurking in the book's binding that isn't make believe.
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Nose woes: air pollutants thwart flower-seeking bugs | Stock Market Watch

Nose woes: air pollutants thwart flower-seeking bugs | Stock Market Watch | CALS in the News | Scoop.it

You think your nose likes flowers? Well, certainly not as much as the tobacco hornworn moth. In fact, its life depends on it.

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Libraries battle bed bugs in books | Lexington (KY) Herald-Leader

The vampire in the teen romance your daughter checked out from the library is fictional — but there could be a bloodsucker lurking in the book's binding that isn't make believe.
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Libraries battle bed bugs in books | The Telegraph (Macon, GA)

The vampire in the teen romance your daughter checked out from the library is fictional — but there could be a bloodsucker lurking in the book's binding that isn't make believe.
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Libraries battle bed bugs in books | San Francisco (CA) Gate

Libraries battle bed bugs in books | San Francisco (CA) Gate | CALS in the News | Scoop.it

The vampire in the teen romance your daughter checked out from the library is fictional but there could be a bloodsucker lurking in the book's binding that isn't make believe. A bed bug was spotted in a Las Vegas-Clark County Library District bin two weeks ago in the service center where 18,000 library items are sorted daily, said Karen Bramwell-Thomas, the district's public relations manager.

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Tiniest catch: University of Arizona scientists' fishing expedition reveals viral diversity in the sea | Eurekalert

Tiniest catch: University of Arizona scientists' fishing expedition reveals viral diversity in the sea | Eurekalert | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
Using bacteria as bait, University of Arizona scientists caught wild ocean viruses and then deciphered their genomes. They learned that the genetic lines between virus types in nature are less blurred than previously thought.
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July garden tasks for southwest desert gardens | Examiner.com

July garden tasks for southwest desert gardens | Examiner.com | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
Summers are brutal in the southwest desert areas of the USA. It is tough on gardeners who really want to be outside and hard on the plants. Desert plants have
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