Monday, March 16, 2009

Whale Monitoring Ends and Rabies Death Reduction? and More for Monday, March 16, 2009

Monitoring of rare whales near NY harbor ends;_ylt=AkSAp.uq0yI2y2coYJnZChKs0NUE;_ylu=X3oDMTFlMWxidTM0BHBvcwMxMDcEc2VjA2FjY29yZGlvbl9zY2llbmNlBHNsawNtb25pdG9yaW5nb2Y-


Elephant born at San Diego Zoo's Wild Animal Park;_ylt=Ah4_R3hEUgHp0JD1b2zs9I8PLBIF


Leatherback Turtle Threatened By Plastic Garbage In Ocean

Dermochelys coriacea

Female Birds 'Jam' Their Mates' Flirtatious Songs

China's Gobi Desert source of rare dinosaur find

Teen Dinosaurs Got into Trouble;_ylt=Anh1alnDfBrkcabuv9BEdbEPLBIF

Aphids Borrowed Bacterial Genes To Play Host

Buchnera aphidicola

Mechanism Discovered For Wind Detection In Fruit Flies' Antennae

Optimistic Worms Are Ready For Rapid Recovery

Caenorhabditis elegans

Coral reefs to 'disappear'

Biofilms: Even Stickier Than Suspected


First Discovery Of 'Animals-only' Pigment Bilirubin In Plants

Rabies Deaths From Dog Bites Could Be Eliminated Globally


Anger And Hostility Harmful To Men's Hearts

Alcohol, Nicotine, Cocaine Addiction Genes

Single Question Can Identify Unhealthy Alcohol Use In Patients

Seaweed And Fireflies Brew May Guide Stem Cell Treatment For Peripheral Artery Disease

Peripheral vascular disease

Stem cell payoff could take decades not days

Vegetarians 'get fewer cancers'

Kiwifruit: Curious Chromosomes Of A Curious Fruit

Actinidia deliciosa

New U.S. food-label rules likely to affect Canadian cattle producers

Consumers To Find More Info On Meat Labels

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