25 Dec 2019
Fig 3 Effects of MT or F-actin depolymerization on the rate of release site replenishment.  A, Time course of SV replenishment assayed from recovery of EPSCs from synaptic depression.  MT...
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25 Dec 2019
Fig 2 Co-localization of MTs (green) and SVs (red and yellow) in a calyx of Held presynaptic terminal. 3D reconstruction of STED image. About half SVs (red) are located within 100 nm from MTs with...
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25 Dec 2019
Fig 1 (A) Axon and presynaptic terminal. (B) Synaptic transmission. The thick filament “microtubules” (MTs) made of tubulin polymers and the thin filament “F-actin” made of actin polymers are...
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20 Dec 2019
From toucans to hummingbirds, the varying shapes and sizes of bird beaks show evolution in action. Beaks are versatile, allowing birds to eat, regulate their temperature, and sing; these survival...
Type: News Article
20 Dec 2019
Video footage of Australian Honeyeaters foraging.
Type: Video
20 Dec 2019
Dr Nicholas Friedman, a postdoctoral researcher in the Biodiversity and Biocomplexity Unit, in the middle of fieldwork.
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20 Dec 2019
A spectrogram showing the song of the White-plumed Honeyeater.
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16 Dec 2019
An adolescent Galapagos tortoise housed in Vienna Zoo picks the correct target to bite in a color discrimination training task.
Type: Video
16 Dec 2019
Hypothesis of the origin of the Japanese pearl oysters. During the Last Glacial Maximum (20,00 years ago), Pinctada fucata was absent from the mainland Japan. As the sea water temperature increased...
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16 Dec 2019
Pearl oysters have been used in Japanese aquaculture for over a century.
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16 Dec 2019
Population structure of the pearl oyster, Pinctada fucata, in the western Pacific. (A) Sampling localities. JPN: mainland Japan including Honshu, Shikoku, and Kyushu. NAN: Nansei Islands. CHN: China...
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16 Dec 2019
The Japanese pearl oyster, P. fucata
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