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Sexual conflicts in ducks – an evolutionary arms race  1

Until now, the going assumption for ducks (Anatidae) was "large penis, forced copulation, large eggs". A current study led by the Konrad Lorenz...

(Web-Redaktion on 04/27/2020)

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Hausmaus (Mus musculus musculus), Foto © Bettina Wernisch/Vetmeduni Vienna  2

Mice sing with long and complex calls when they are genetically unrelated to each other and reproduce faster  2

Mice often vocalize in the ultrasonic range when exposed to a conspecific or their odor, and these vocalizations are often assumed to attract mating...

(Web-Redaktion on 04/20/2020)

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New insights into immune cell biology relevant for treating human disease  3

New findings by researchers from the Technical University of Denmark Department of Health Technology (DTU Health Tech), in collaboration with...

(Web-Redaktion on 04/16/2020)

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New drug for improving anaesthetic safety in wild animals  4

Medical interventions under anaesthesia are a common necessity not only in humans but also in non-domestic mammals. However, the anaesthetic drug...

(Web-Redaktion on 04/01/2020)

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