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SOUND BITES: THE IMPACT OF BOAT NOISE ON FRESHWATER FISH
Noise pollution is rapidly becoming more prevalent on a global scale, yet it is one of the least studied anthropogenic disturbances. Sound has low attenuation in water where it travels five times further than it does in ...
Live-Cell Imaging of Spongy Mesophyll Morphogenesis and Concomitant Microtubule Organization in Arabidopsis Leaves
Leaf spongy mesophyll cells form an interconnected network of branched cells and intercellular spaces to maximize the surface area available for light capture and photosynthetic gas exchange. In spite of their importance ...
EFFECTS OF CHRONIC EXPOSURE TO SELENIUM ON SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR AND SOCIAL LEARNING IN ZEBRAFISH (Danio rerio)
Elevated levels of contaminants from human activities have become a major threat to animals, particularly within aquatic ecosystems. Selenium (Se) is a naturally occurring element with a narrow range of safe intake. Excessive ...
The Role of Conspecific Damage-Released Alarm Cue and Plastic Pollution on Caddisfly Larvae Case Construction Behaviour
Organisms interact with their environment using sensory systems to forage, communicate with other organisms, and detect predators. Prey can detect and assess predation risk using predator-related chemical cues, and this ...
EFFECTS OF ABUNDANT SNOW AND ROSS’S GEESE ON ARCTIC ECOSYSTEM STRUCTURE: PLANTS, BIRDS, AND RODENTS
Migratory animals link and often have profound impacts on geographically distant ecosystems through trophic interactions and transport of nutrients, energy, toxins, parasites and pathogens. Moreover, when seasonally linked ...