21 May 2021 - 10:58
Clownfish larvae treated with thyroid hormones formed a higher number of bands at an earlier stage of development, compared to control larvae that weren’t treated with thyroid hormones. The image...
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21 May 2021 - 10:52
The clownfish, Amphiprion ocellaris, is one of the rare few species of coral reef fish that can be raised in a lab. Prof. Laudet uses the species to study the hormones involved in life history...
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21 May 2021 - 10:46
During metamorphosis, the clownfish, Amphiprion percula, turns a vibrant orange and develops three white bars in succession, from head to tail. The rate at which the bars form depends on the sea...
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21 May 2021 - 10:36
The clownfish species, Amphiprion percula, relies on either the long-tentacled sea anemone, Heteractis magnifica (left) or the short-tentacled Stichodactyla gigantea (right) as its host. The sea...
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21 May 2021 - 10:26
Amphiprion percula, a species of clownfish photographed in Kimbe Bay, Papua New Guinea. This species of clownfish was surveyed as part of a...
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19 May 2021 - 00:00
Dr. Yuko Kakazu is the outreach specialist at the Subaru Telescope and NAOJ Thirty Meter Telescope Project in Hawaii and the Education Ambassador for the OIST Foundation.
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19 May 2021 - 00:00
Dr. Rita Colwell is a distinguished microbiologist and a member of the OIST Board of Governors.
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14 May 2021 - 09:45
Dr. Dan Warren encounters something quite unique whilst playing Pokémon Go – a Kangaskhan outside its well-known range of Australia. It turns out that this individual was a “buddy” Pokémon Dan...
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14 May 2021 - 00:00
Dr. Dan Warren is now a staff scientist in the Biodiversity and Biocomplexity Unit at OIST. This photo was taken as part of an interview for...
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13 May 2021 - 00:00
Okinawa star sand, or Foraminifera, is famous in the prefecture. Prof. Filip Husnik is looking at its relationship with a symbiotic microalga.
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13 May 2021 - 00:00
Prof. Filip Husnik was guest on the OIST podcast where he spoke to science communicator Lucy Dickie about symbiosis and what it can tell us about evolution and cell biology.
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13 May 2021 - 00:00
Orthezia are scale insects that have symbiotic bacteria.
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