Wildlife faces cancer threat
... wild animals at similar rates."
In certain situations, cancer threatens the survival of entire species. The Tasmanian devil, the world's largest carnivorous
marsupial, is at risk of extinction due to a cancer known as devil facial tumor disease. This form of contagious cancer spreads between individual Tas...
American Chemical Society's weekly PressPac -- Jan. 23, 2008
...TICLE #2 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Secret of the carnivorous
pitcher plant's slurp solved at last
Journal of... Nepenthes alata (N. alata), commonly known as the carnivorous
pitcher plant, falls victim to the digestive fluid... other plants that absorb nutrients from the soil, carnivorous
plants growing in nutrient-poor soils have special...
Treatment of Premature Babies, Opossums Could Help
... Australian marsupial .
It could also lead to breakthroughs in the understanding and treatment of facial tumours afflicting the Tasmanian Devils, carnivorous
marsupials now found only in the Australian island state of Tasmania.
A US research team compiled the full set of genetic information of the Sou...
Venereal Cancer in Dogs Transmitted by Contagious Cancer Cells
...ble cancers affecting other small populations of endangered species like the Tasmanian devil has also arisen. Presently Australia's population of this carnivorous
marsupial is threatened by a disfiguring and often fatal cancer that is transmitted through bites.
Several helping of fruits and vegetables help the pressure off the pump- the heart!
...al College. Their findings were that that people who eat their fill of plant foods are more likely to maintain better cardiovascular health than their carnivorous
The study can be viewed as a published work in the Archives of Internal Medicine.
The scientists studied the relation between a p...
carnivorous in Medical Technology
carnivorous in Biological News
Emory paleontologist reports discovery of carnivorous dinosaur tracks in Australia
The first fossil tracks belonging to large, carnivorous
dinosaurs have been discovered in Victoria, Australia, by paleontologists from Emory University, Monash University and the Museum of Victoria (both in Melbourne). The tracks are especially significant for showing that large dinosaurs were liv...
Ice Age extinction claimed highly carnivorous Alaskan wolves
The extinction of many large mammals at the end of the Ice Age may have packed an even bigger punch than scientists have realized. To the list of victims such as woolly mammoths and saber-toothed cats, a Smithsonian-led team of scientists has added one more: a highly carnivorous
form of wolf that...
Animal and plant communication at the ESA Annual Meeting
Pitcher plants' red colors don't attract prey
Pitcher plants have distinctive adaptations for living in nutrient-poor soils: These carnivorous
plants produce a pitcher-shaped structure with a pool of water in it. When insects investigate, they slide into the pitcher and meet a watery demise. ...
Down Under dinosaur burrow discovery provides climate change clues
... fossils including tracks, scat and burrows Martin is known for detecting subtle paleontology clues. He also identified the first tracks of a large, carnivorous
dinosaur in Victoria, and the first fossil crayfish burrows from the same area.
Martin teaches a seminar at Emory on modern-day animal tracking, a ...
Beaked, bird-like dinosaur tells story of finger evolution
...ed beak. Its lack of teeth, short arms without sharp claws and possession of gizzard stones suggest that it was a plant-eater, though it is related to carnivorous
The newly discovered dinosaur's hand is unusual and provides surprising new insights into a long-standing controversy over which fingers...
A combined tooth-venom arsenal revealed as key to Komodo dragon's hunting strategy
...the next issue of the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences and will be available in the Online Edition this week.
"These large carnivorous
reptiles are known to bite prey and release them, leaving the prey to bleed to death from the horrific wounds inflicted. We have now shown that it is ...
Komodo even more deadly than thought: Research
reptiles ( Varanus komodoensis ) are known to bite prey and release them, l...ributed to a phenomenon known as island gigantism, since there are no other carnivorous
mammals to fill the niche on the islands where they live.
The lizards ar...
Voyages of discovery or necessity?
... Ciguatera poisoning, the food-borne disease that can come from eating large, carnivorous
reef fish, causes vomiting, headaches, and a burning sensation upon contact with cold surfaces. An early morning walk on cool beach sand can become a ...
ChloroFilms announces video contest winners
...SI - Are my soybeans wearing different genes?" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xMKN9Q5FJh4 and Mike Wilder of Portland, OR, for his video series "The carnivorous
Syndrome in 3D" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9d0_-XduCPU .
In addition 15 Second Prizes ($250) and 16 Honorable Mentions ($100) were awarded...
Climate change driving Michigan mammals north
...that kill trees, they disperse the fungus that grows in tree roots that is necessary for trees to grow, and they're the prey base for a huge number of carnivorous
birds, mammals and snakes. But we don't know enough about their natural history to know whether replacing a northern species with a southern equivalen...
carnivorous in Biological Definition
...y and for the raw materials to make complex organic molecules. The heterotrophs obtain energy by breaking down organic molecules in their food. Even carnivorous
animals rely on autotrophs because the energy and organic building blocks obtained from their prey comes ultimately from the autotrophs eaten by the ...
... Toothed whales
Octopuses and squid
Mantophasmatodea , Reduviidae and other insects
There are also several species of carnivorous
plants , though most are primarily insectivorous , some digest nematodes and other small invertebrates .
Many dinosaurs and other extinct an...
2.2 Little people
2.3 Bipedal monsters
2.5 Herbivorous mammals
2.6 Sea and ...an
Pope Lick Monster
The Beast of Bodmin
The Beast of E...Dodo
Phoenix or " fire bird "
...creases the stomach churning in turn slowing the emptying in the stomach.
Digestion in plants and fungi
Not only animals digest food. Some carnivorous
plants capture other organisms, usually invertebrate animals, and chemically digest them. Fungi also are very effective at digesting organic materi...
... animals are heterotrophic, as well as fungi and many bacteria . Some parasitic plants have also turned fully or partially heterotrophic, whereas carnivorous
plants use their flesh diet to augment their nitrogen supply, but are still autotrophic.
See also : Primary nutritional groups
carnivorous in Biological Dictionary
...ection (XGC) has ... A Xenopus Newsletter. Sequence Resources. DOE Joint Genome Institute (JGI) X. tropicalis v4.1 ... Adult Xenopus laevis are carnivorous
and eat submerged in water. ... Xenopus laevis tadpoles are filter feeders and will begin to feed on suspended ... ...
...ions from the ... A flatworm (otherwise known as a flukeworm or less commonly as turbellaria) is a ... The turbellarian flatworms are free-living carnivorous
scavengers, usually less ... turbellarian : turbellarian : see ... More on turbellarian from Fact Monster: ... common name for several genera o...
... outbreak in the local livestock... Information about larva in the free online English dictionary and encyclopedia. ... aphid lion, aphis lion - carnivorous
larva of lacewing flies ... Larva summary with 2 pages of encyclopedia entries, essays, summaries, research information, and more. ... Larva ...
...re 429: 649–651. doi:10. ... Insectivores are carnivorous
mammals that survive by eating almost nothing bu...s . ... Entrez! ( Français) / Enter! ( English) carnivorous
Plant Web Ring. Previous Site. Next Site. International carnivorous
Plant Society ... Some insectivores specializ...
...r character to be digitigrade , so it appears to be standing on ... make some rear padding to complete the digitigrade illusion. ... Ferret, a carnivorous
digitigrade animal, belonging to the weasel family, and ... This section is from "The American Cyclopaedia", by George Ripley And Charles ... ...