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A new study identifies the non-native species ... vexillum—a marine invertebrate tagged as invasive species—in the Ebro Delta (Tarragona, Spain) are formed by gene chimera: ... read more

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Representing the function and sensitivity of coastal interfaces in Earth system models

Between the land and ocean, diverse coastal ecosystems transform, store, and transport material. Across these interfaces, the dynamic exchange of energy and matter is driven by hydrological and ... read more

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Tumour-initiating cells: challenges and opportunities for anticancer drug discovery

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