Edinburgh Zoo says giant panda Tian Tian won't give birth this year.
The only female giant panda in Britain is believed to be pregnant, Edinburgh Zoo said Thursday.
The best natural chemists out there are not scientists—they're plants. Plants have continued to evolve a rich palette of small natural chemicals and receptors since they began to inhabit land roughly 450 million years ago.
Mice that are exposed to the powerful smell of cat urine early in life do not escape from cats later in life. Researchers at the A. N. Severtsov Institute of Ecology and Evolution, Russia, have discovered that mice that smell ...
The polar bear (Ursus maritimus), one of the largest carnivorous mammals on Earth, is vulnerable to a series of dangers. An international team has established a guide to evaluate the condition of its health, and although ...
A giant panda at a Scottish zoo appears to be finally pregnant after months of dashed hopes and anticipation.
The Smithsonian's National Zoo says its female giant panda is showing behavioral changes and is focused on building her nest as animal keepers watch for a possible pregnancy.
The Smithsonian's National Zoo has closed part of its panda house because its female giant panda may be pregnant.
Resurrecting ancient proteins, team finds just two mutations set stage for evolution of modern hormone signaling
Evolution, it seems, sometimes jumps instead of crawls. A research team led by a University of Chicago scientist has discovered two key mutations that sparked a hormonal revolution 500 million years ago.
Dartmouth College researchers have identified a new regulator for plant hormone signaling—the KISS ME DEADLY family of proteins (KMDs) – that may help to improve production of fruits, vegetables and grains.