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A source of exogenous oxidative stress improves oxidative status and favors pheomelanin synthesis in zebra finches
Some organisms can modulate gene expression to trigger physiological responses that help adapt to environmental stress. The synthesis of the pigment pheomelanin in melanocytes seems to be one of...
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A risk assessment in Spain reveals that 30 invasive plant species are available for sale
Horticulture is one of the main pathways of deliberate introduction of non-native plants, some of which might become invasive. Of the 914 commercial ornamental outdoor plant species sold in Spain,...
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Genetic evaluation of the Iberian lynx ex situ conservation programme
Ex situ programmes have become critical for improving the conservation of many threatened species, as they establish backup populations and provide individuals for reintroduction and reinforcement...
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ex situ conservation programme
Defaunation precipitates the extinction of evolutionarily distinct interactions in the Anthropocene
Species on Earth are interconnected with each other through ecological interactions. Defaunation can erode those connections, yet we lack evolutionary predictions about the consequences of losing...
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avian-seed dispersal interactions
Intact but empty forests? Patterns of hunting induced mammal defaunation in the tropics
Tropical forests are increasingly degraded by industrial logging, urbanization, agriculture, and infrastructure, with only 20% of the remaining area considered intact. However, this figure does not...
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mammal abundance declines
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