Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Metastasis Breakthrough? and The Secret of Life? and More for Wednesday, March 18, 2009;_ylt=ApTxzGftDdudrA7FQUYHYz6s0NUE;_ylu=X3oDMTMwYjE2bTNwBGFzc2V0A2xpdmVzY2llbmNlLzIwMDkwMzE4L3N0YXJ3YXJzbGFzZXJraWxsc21vc3F1aXRvZXMEcG9zAzE4BHNlYwN5bl90b3Bfc3RvcnkEc2xr

UV Light Cuts Spread Of Tuberculosis

New Protein Identified In Bacterial Arsenal


Waking Up Dormant HIV

Key Sperm-binding Proteins Cloned

Cochlear implant surgery safe for seniors

Shellfish And Inkjet Printers May Hold Key To Faster Healing From Surgeries

Making Wood A Clean, Efficient Energy Source With New Process

New government brochure explains climate science
Panthera leo

Wolf numbers up again, but expansion slowing;_ylt=AtI_eDbS66bcmT7Q5smzrXis0NUE;_ylu=X3oDMTFlcWFkc3JyBHBvcwMxMDcEc2VjA2FjY29yZGlvbl9zY2llbmNlBHNsawN3b2xmbnVtYmVyc3U-

Canis lupus

Bill would ban nonmedical drug use in U.S. livestock

Petland accused of scheme to sell sick puppies

Beavers 'could thrive in England'


Long, Sexy Tails Not A Drag On Male Birds

Fife aquarium breeds deadly frogs

Deep Sea World

Phyllobates terribilis

Fungus devastates 'chicken' frog

Leptodactylus fallax


Discovery Of Color Perception In Deep-sea Fish

Callorhinchus milii

Cleaning Up Oil Spills Can Kill More Fish Than Spills Themselves

Cretaceous Octopus With Ink And Suckers -- The World's Least Likely Fossils?

Most Diverse Animals Have Widest Size Range

Chernobyl 'shows insect decline'


Rare vine in Hawaii designated endangered species;_ylt=Am5Yu.NxmE0HQ0QAFOZQyT2s0NUE;_ylu=X3oDMTFlM2o5aXBzBHBvcwMxMDYEc2VjA2FjY29yZGlvbl9zY2llbmNlBHNsawNyYXJldmluZWluaGE-

Process That Regulates Seed Germination Identified

Rock Rose Leaves And Olive And Date Pits Make Up New Anti-pesticide Formula

New Microorganisms Discovered In Earth's Stratosphere

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