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Scientists generate 281-gigapixel cell map using electron microscope

Scientists generate 281-gigapixel cell map using electron microscope | Resources for Biology | Scoop.it
Electron microscopes can produce incredibly detailed and even 3D views of sub-cellular structures, but often at the cost of losing the bigger pictur...

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Designing a 21st Century Learning Environment - Forbes

Designing a 21st Century Learning Environment - Forbes | Resources for Biology | Scoop.it

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Zombie ladybirds and ants | Science Illustrated

Zombie ladybirds and ants | Science Illustrated | Resources for Biology | Scoop.it
Parasites may generate zombie-like ants and ladybirds. Scientists at the University of Montreal have discovered a type of larva that turns ladybird beetles into zombie-like creatures, using them for food and shelter in the ...

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Extreme summer heat linked to climate change, scientists say

Extreme summer heat linked to climate change, scientists say | Resources for Biology | Scoop.it
Exceedingly high summer temperatures, longer summers and related catastrophes, such as wildfire and drought, are poised to be the norm, and they are driven by climate change, according to a new research paper published Monday in the Proceedings of...
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Engage Me!


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Kristi Grande's comment, November 14, 2011 12:53 PM
Thanks Gust! This video is fantastic!
Gust MEES's comment, November 14, 2011 1:01 PM
@Kristi Grande,

YES, the BEST I have ever seen :)
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ScienceCast: Zombie Ants

New research at Penn State has revealed how infection by a parasitic fungus dramatically changes the behavior of tropical carpenter ants, causing them to bec...

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Bernadette Cassel's curator insight, March 25, 2013 6:20 AM

 

En infectant des fourmis charpentières tropicales, un champignon parasite change leur comportement. Il en fait des sortes de zombis qui vont aller mourir là où les conditions de reproduction sont optimales pour le champignon.

 

(d'après le commentaire de la vidéo)

 

 

SUR ENTOMONEWS :

 

→ Des fourmis-zombies découvertes au Brésil

http://sco.lt/4yQLmj