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PeerJ — Life and Environment Journal
Open Access publisher of academic journals , , (5). PeerJ's mission is to efficiently publish the world's knowledge.
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Kouznetsova et al. developed a pharmacophore model of functional centers of the PLpro inhibitor-binding pocket. Potential COVID-19 papain-like protease PLpro inhibitors: repurposing FDA-approved drugs. article
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PeerJ — Life and Environment Journal Sep 18
Yoshioka et al. designed a novel camera trapping system with an original detector, a new tool for freshwater environmental assessment. Read the full article
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PeerJ — Life and Environment Journal Sep 18
Reczuga et al. - Assessing the responses of Sphagnum micro-eukaryotes to climate changes using high throughput sequencing. Read the full article
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PeerJ — Life and Environment Journal Sep 18
Kosch and Zanno - Sampling impacts the assessment of tooth growth and replacement rates in : implications for paleontological studies. Read the full article
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PeerJ — Life and Environment Journal Sep 18
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#3 Transcriptomic analysis highlights cochlear inflammation associated with age-related hearing loss in C57BL/6 mice using next generation sequencing. Read the full article
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PeerJ — Life and Environment Journal Sep 18
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#2 scikit-image: image processing in Python. Read the full article
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PeerJ — Life and Environment Journal Sep 18
Weekly Download - Top 3 most downloaded articles: #1 Potential role of cellular miRNAs in coronavirus-host interplay Read the full article
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PeerJ — Life and Environment Journal Sep 18
Mângia et al. discover a new tiny toad species of Amazophrynella (Anura: Bufonidae) from east of the Guiana Shield in Amazonia, . Read the full article
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PeerJ — Life and Environment Journal Sep 18
is one of the most floristically rich countries in the world, deforestation is putting native tree species are under threat. New study records 2,885 native tree species. Read the full article
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PeerJ — Life and Environment Journal Sep 18
Just published - Radiolarian assemblages in the shelf area of the East China Sea and Yellow Sea and their ecological indication of the Kuroshio Current derivative branches. Read the full article
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PeerJ — Life and Environment Journal Sep 18
Sakagami and Kawabe suggest that the sense of smell was lower than most, if not all, other dinosaurs. More sensory and motor function analysis in article
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Michael Thomas Bogan Sep 16
SO EXCITED! The first paper from our study of ’s Heritage Project is now published . It’s rare *good* news story these days — about dragonfly diversity and treated effluent!
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PeerJ — Life and Environment Journal Sep 17
Just published in - Earthworms accelerate rice straw decomposition and maintenance of soil organic carbon dynamics in rice . Read the full article
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PeerJ — Life and Environment Journal Sep 17
Avila Martin et al. research wild meat hunting and use by sedentarised in southeastern with data was collected from1,946 hunting trips by 121 hunters. Read the full article
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PeerJ — Life and Environment Journal Sep 17
Collins and Duffy estimate the impact of lock-down, quarantine and sensitization in a COVID-19 outbreak: lessons from the COVID-19 outbreak in China. Read the full article
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PeerJ — Life and Environment Journal Sep 17
Leiva-Ampuero et al. examine the effects of salt stress in tomato. article - Salinity impairs photosynthetic capacity and enhances carotenoid-related expression and in . Article:
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PeerJ — Life and Environment Journal Sep 17
Rugman-Jones et al. - One becomes two: second species of the   (Coleoptera: Curculionidae: Scolytinae) species complex is established on two Islands. Read the full article
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PeerJ — Life and Environment Journal Sep 17
Rajakumar and SKM examine the comparable behaviour of ring and little fingers due to an artificial reduction in thumb contribution to hold objects. Read the full article
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PeerJ — Life and Environment Journal Sep 17
Just Published - Evidence of transfer of miRNAs from the diet to the blood still inconclusive. Read the full article
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PeerJ — Life and Environment Journal Sep 16
Norris et al. - Community based actions save Yellow-spotted (Podocnemis unifilis) eggs and flooded by rapid river level rises. Full article
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