Scientists used a mathematical model to understand human impact and threats to the Atlantic coast of the United States.
Scientists wanted to know whether the T cells in our immune system improve their survival skills over time.
Scientists wanted to see if past experience with some plant volatiles changes the infection behavior of insect-infecting nematodes.
Scientists monitored the nesting choices of more experienced yellow-bellied sapsucker woodpeckers for use as an indicator of high-quality bird habitat.
Scientists wanted to test how a realistic environment impacts the ability of mice to fight off intestinal parasites.
Scientists wanted to know whether feral dogs were a problem for naturally occurring carnivores in the Andean mountains in Ecuador.
Scientists create mathematical models to study how well different vaccination programs do at preventing measles.
Scientists wanted to know if there are different microbial communities in the native and invasive lineages of grass and whether these microbial communities influence plant productivity.
Scientists studied if the fish upstream and downstream of a hydroelectric dam were genetically different.
Scientists find out that rainforests are not so vulnerable to deforestation as they previously thought.