Archive: 20/06/2007

Surprising origin of cell's internal highways

Scientists have long thought that microtubules, part of the microscopic scaffolding that the cell uses to move things around in order to hold its shape and divide, originated from a tiny structure near the nucleus, called ...

dateJun 20, 2007 in Medical research
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Zeroing in on the brain's speech 'receiver'

A particular resonance pattern in the brain’s auditory processing region appears to be key to its ability to discriminate speech, researchers have found. They found that the inherent rhythm of neural activity called “theta ...

dateJun 20, 2007 in Medical research
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Another Sexual Attraction is Possible...

The coming summer vibrates with expressions of insect love and desire. The cicada's songs or the butterflies' bright colours are examples of how an emitting sex attracts conspecific members of the responding sex.

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