BBC: ‘Monastic’ Malagasy Bat Mystifies Experts The bat, known as the sucker-footed bat, lives in Madagascar, and although it has long been known, its ecology is only just being researched. But new studies of the bat have revealed a curious phenomenon; they have yet to reveal a single female sucker-foot bat, despite having caught or [...]
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“I think that what is common to art, myth, science and even pseudo-science is that they all belong to something like a creative phase which allows us to see things in a new light, and seeks to explain the everyday world by reference to hidden worlds [...] These hypothetical worlds are, as in art, products [...]
individual genes are being activated or suppressed in response to the infection How Staph Infections Alter Immune System
Bacteria know that they are too small to make an impact individually. So they wait, they multiply, and then they engage in behaviors that are only successful when all cells participate in unison. By Manipulating Oxygen, Scientists Coax Bacteria Into Never-Before-Seen Solitary Wave
the salivary bacterial composition of overweight women differs from non-overweight women. Is Obesity An Oral Bacterial Disease?