New Research Changes Understanding of Virus Origins and Evolution
The study reveals groups of virus
Trying to figure out the existence of virus
Our study reveals some groups of virus have been in existence for the entire evolutionary history of the vertebrates.
transforms our understanding of virus evolution.
Having one eye better than the other may explain ants’ left bias
Studied whether rock ants turning direction
Ants can see in their eye
studies whether rock ants’ turning direction was associated with how well the ants can see in either eye.
Previous research on honey bees found a link between lateralization to learn odours better with the right antenna.
Birds migrate away from diseases
They used results to investigate and study
As moving away the tropics enables
In a unique study, researchers have mapped the origins of migratory birds.
They used the results to study differences in the immune systems.
Brain activity of free-flying bats
Develop a way to study the brain
Records for the first time
Researchers have developed a way to study the brain of a bat as it flies.
recording for the first time as a roving animal focuses and focuses its attention.
New driver of extinction: Adaptations for sexual selection
Found devoting a lot of energy
Competition for mates
By analyzing thousands of fossilized ancient crustaceans, a team.
scientists found out that devoting a lot of energy to the competition for mates may compromise species.