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  • 1
    Language: English
    In: BioScience January 2011, Vol.61(1), pp.88-88
    Description: Women scientists continue to face greater barriers to success than their male counterparts, according to a survey released in September, particularly (and perhaps not surprisingly) because of issues related to childcare, work-life balance, and gender bias. Barriers included grants and funding, balancing life and career, gender biases, scarcity of job openings, having and rearing children, low pay, access to mentors, lack of role models, child care support, laboratory space, and elder care.
    Keywords: Women ; Science ; Bias ; Polls & Surveys ; Gender;
    ISSN: 00063568
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    Language: English
    In: BioScience February 2011, Vol.61(2), pp.168-168
    Description: Gender-benders in the wild For nearly 20 years, scientists have observed hormone disruption from exposure to environmental chemicals in a wide range of species, from marine snails to freshwater fishes, frogs, turtles, alligators, and humans. "Laboratory studies have shown that the environmental estrogens responsible for inducing gonadal feminization in roach can also alter reproductive behavior, disrupting normal breeding dynamics (parentage) in the zebrafish, another group-spawning fish," according to a previous study by two of the current study's coauthors, Charles Tyler and Susan Jobling, published in BioScience (December 2008).
    Keywords: Studies ; Fish ; Animal Reproduction ; Zebrafish ; Males;
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  • 3
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    Language: English
    In: BioScience, 1 March 2014, Vol.64(3), pp.171-177
    Keywords: Science Policy -- Political Aspects ; Biological Research -- Political Aspects ; Biologists -- Political Aspects;
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  • 4
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    Language: English
    In: BioScience, 1 August 2014, Vol.64(8), pp.647-652
    Keywords: Biology;
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  • 5
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    Language: English
    In: BioScience September 2012, Vol.62(9), pp.852-852
    Description: [...]researchers have no idea what the implications of the ice's melting are. [...]questions are better understood, scientists are calling on governments with Arctic coastlines- the United States, Canada, Russia, Norway, and Greenland-to set a catch limit of zero in the waters beyond the 200 miles from shore that represent each nation's exclusive economic zone.
    Keywords: Arctic Region ; United States–Us ; Fisheries ; Commercial Fishing ; Research & Development–R&D ; Science ; Agreements ; Studies ; Fishing;
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  • 6
    Language: English
    In: BioScience, Sept, 2011, Vol.61(8), p.657(6)
    Keywords: Biological Specimens -- Collections And Collecting ; Biological Specimens -- Information Management ; Digitization -- Government Finance
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    Language: English
    In: BioScience August 2012, Vol.62(8), pp.780-780
    Description: Laursen said that she has been impressed with the close working relationship among the scientists, engineers, and technicians. Because of this collaboration, she is confident that the observatory will meet the needs of the research community. In the 2011 Science Strategy report (www.neoninc.org/sites/default/ files/NEON_Strategy_2011u2_0.pdf ), NEON scientists outlined a framework for research, focusing on seven "grand challenges" (building on a 2001 National Research Council report): the causes of change-climate change, land use, and invasive species-and the responses to change-biogeochemistry, biodiversity, ecohydrology, and infectious diseases.
    Keywords: Ecologists ; Web Portals ; Genetic Diversity ; Research & Development–R&D ; Ecology;
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    Language: English
    In: BioScience February 2012, Vol.62(2), pp.212-212
    Description: [...] the entire collection's data are digitized, making it easy for Callomon to put his hands on 105 specimens from the Gulf of Mexico, collected between 1887 and 1960. Because of the politically charged nature of the Gulf spill and the economic repercussions if the oyster fishery were harmed, the researchers are increasing their sample size and repeating the study before publishing results.
    Keywords: Oil Spills ; Oysters ; Food;
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    Language: English
    In: BioScience, 1 July 2015, Vol.65(7), pp.639-644
    Keywords: Biology;
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  • 10
    Language: English
    In: BioScience November 2010, Vol.60(11), pp.962-962
    Description: According to DNA sequence analysis, the traits evolved in the following order: First came the ability to quickly change from camouflage to bold brown and white stripes, presumably to confuse a predator if camouflage failed; second, the octopus simultaneously developed its lengthy arms and its flatfish swimming ability; and finally, it rolled all these traits together- transforming to a bold color pattern while swimming like a flatfish-when it hunts for food in the daylight or when resting.
    Keywords: Oysters ; Research & Development–R&D ; Defense Mechanisms;
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