'Gene Conservation Units' may be key to preserving rare species — and maintaining evolutionary processes to help them adapt to environmental change

‘Gene Conservation Units’ may be key to preserving rare species — and maintaining evolutionary processes to help them adapt to environmental change

UK landowners and conservationists welcome wider-spread use of Gene Conservation Units (GCUs) to help protect some of the rarest plants ...
The evolutionary history of human tolerance

The evolutionary history of human tolerance

Environmental pressures may have led humans to become more tolerant and friendly towards each other as the need to share ...
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Where are the world’s biodiversity hotspots and why do they matter?

Ecologists have long sought to understand why some areas of the planet are extraordinarily rich in species. The research set ...
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