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New Microscope Peers at Subcellular Gears in Action (8 of 8)

New Microscope Peers at Subcellular Gears in Action (8 of 8)
This video shows measured GFP-EB1 trajectories denoting growing microtubule endpoints, color coded by velocity, and TagRFP-H2B highlighting chromosomes, at five different stages during the division of...

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New Natural Supplement Relieves Canine Arthritis

New Natural Supplement Relieves Canine Arthritis
Arthritis pain in dogs can be relieved, with no side effects, by a new product based on medicinal plants and dietary supplements that was developed at the University of Montreal's Faculty of ...

Contact: William Raillant-Clark
w.raillant-clark@umontreal.ca
514-566-3813
University of Montreal

A Reliable Timeline of Insect Evolution (7 of 7)

A Reliable Timeline of Insect Evolution (7 of 7)
In an unprecedented study, the scientists of the international 1KITE project successfully calculated the largest molecular phylogenetic tree for insects. One hundred researchers from 10 countries ...

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Bats Give Off 'Jamming' Call to Prevent Others from Feeding (8 of 10)

Bats Give Off 'Jamming' Call to Prevent Others from Feeding (8 of 10)
A Mexican free-tailed bat echolocates and captures a tethered insect in the field. Echolocation calls speed up as the bat nears the prey, allowing the bat to rapidly update its 'sonar screen' before ...

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Bats Give Off 'Jamming' Call to Prevent Others from Feeding (7 of 10)

Bats Give Off 'Jamming' Call to Prevent Others from Feeding (7 of 10)
The echolocation of a Mexican free-tailed bat is jammed by playback of a conspecific call, causing the bat to miss a tethered insect prey in the field. Audio and video are slowed 20 times. This ...

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Bats Give Off 'Jamming' Call to Prevent Others from Feeding (6 of 10)

Bats Give Off 'Jamming' Call to Prevent Others from Feeding (6 of 10)
The echolocation calls of Mexican free-tailed bats are jammed by other bats (not seen), as they unsuccessfully attempt to capture insects. This material relates to a paper that appeared in the Nov. 7...

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Zebrafish Develops Stripes: 30 days in 20 seconds

Zebrafish Develops Stripes: 30 days in 20 seconds
A 10-day-old zebrafish gets its stripes over the next 30 days, one image taken a day.

Contact: Sandra Hines
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University of Washington

GPM Satellite Video of Vance

GPM Satellite Video of Vance
On Nov. 3, NASA/JAXA's GPM Satellite captured data on Hurricane Vance's rainfall and cloud height that were used to create this flyover animation. Red indicates rainfall rates near 50 mm/2 inches per ...

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NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center

Protoplanetary Disk Animation

Protoplanetary Disk Animation
This is an artist's animation of a protoplanetary disk. Newly formed planets can be seen traveling around the central host star, sweeping their orbits clear of dust and gas. These same ring-link ...

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National Radio Astronomy Observatory

Neochromosomes

Neochromosomes
This animation describes how neochromosomes form.

Contact: Alison Heather
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Garvan Institute of Medical Research

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