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Ali Serhan Tarkan ve Ismael Soto, biyolojik istilalar ve etkileri hakkında meslektaşlarıyla birlikte yürüttükleri çalışmayı tartışıyorlar. Çalışma, istilaları etkili bir şekilde yönetmek için karar verici mekanizmaların kararlarını kuvvetlendirecek güvenilir bilgilere ihtiyaç olduğunu ortaya koymaktadır.
‘Assembly theory’ aims to explain evolution without biology. Is it a dazzling breakthrough or an attempt to answer questions nobody asked?
A research team from the University of Cologne, in collaboration with colleagues from the Leibniz Institute for Food Systems Biology in Freising, has discovered a receptor for bitter taste in twelve different ...
The discovery of several exceptionally preserved reproduction-related dinosaur specimens over the last three decades has improved our knowledge of dinosaur reproductive biology. Nevertheless, due to limited ...
A new study suggests that E. coli bacteria may have a higher capability to evolve antibiotic resistance than previously believed. Researchers mapped possible mutations in an essential E. coli protein involved in antibiotic resistance and found that 75% of evolutionary paths led to high antibiotic resistance, challenging existing theories about fitness landscapes in evolutionary biology. This discovery may have broader implications for understanding adaptation and evolution in various fields.
Review in Communications Biology suggests that the external fermentation of foods may have played a key role in the expansion of the hominid brain. The "external fermentation hypothesis" posits that early hominins' practice of fermenting foods externally contributed to brain growth and gut reduction, offering a novel perspective on human evolution and dietary practices.