Tag: "relentless" at biology news
Wild tigers need cat food
...nfortunately, in other parts of the tiger’s range, relentless
poaching of the big cats and their prey has caused numbers to plummet. Another WCS study that appeared in a recent issue of the journal Animal Conservation revealed that tiger numbers in a protected area along the Laos-Vietnam border are severely de...
Primates on the brink
...pecies. "Southeast Asia's primates are subject to relentless
poaching because of the profits to be made from the illegal trade," said Chantal Elkin, manager of the Threatened Species Program in CI's Center for Applied Biodiversity Science. "Although some of the region's threatened primates are taken as pets-no...
TEL2 gene cooperates with MYC gene to provoke B-cell lymphomas
...cell's ability to trigger apoptosis in response to relentless
prodding by MYC to keep multiplying. As the process of apoptosis becomes sluggish, the population of B lymphocytes increases. The greater the number of these cells, the more likely some of them will eliminate their p53 function. Without the ability t...