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November 14

I need to spend more time working on my book, "Darwinian Agriculture: Where Does Nature's Wisdom Lie?" and don't want to neglect my grad students, who are getting some interesting results on evolutionary problems from symbiotic cooperation to aging. So I have decided to offer detailed analyses of papers less often (maybe once a month) for a while. But here are some links to papers I thought looked interesting this week.
Evidence for novel and specialized mycorrhizal parasitism: the orchid Gastrodia confusa gains carbon from saprotrophic Mycena

Mechanisms and evolution of hypoxia tolerance in fish

Recognition of other species' aerial alarm calls: speaking the same language or learning another?

A Female Homo erectus Pelvis from Gona, Ethiopia

Production of healthy cloned mice from bodies frozen at −20°C for 16 years

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