Jolle Wolter Jolles, Matthew MG Sosna ... Iain D Couzin
Detailed tracking of live predators attacking live schools of prey reveals the crucial interplay between predator attack strategy and prey behaviour and positioning in determining the predation risk within mobile animal groups.
Daniel J Richter, Romain Watteaux ... Olivier Jaillon
Analysis of genomic DNA composition of surface plankton communities reveals a stable, ocean basin-scale plankton biogeography that emerges from the intertwined effects of environmental variations and currents.
Elena Bollati, Niclas H Lyndby ... Daniel Wangpraseurt
Scalar irradiance microsensor measurements performed inside the tissue of living corals show that absorption and fluorescence emission by host pigments produce dramatic spectral alterations in the light environment experienced by the symbionts.
Feifei Zhang, Margo Chase-Topping ... Mark EJ Woolhouse
In three different regions including the United States, China, and Africa, virus discoveries were strongly associated with GDP and land use, but were less likely to be associated with climate and biodiversity variables than at a global scale.
An interdisciplinary approach combining high throughput genotype-to-phenotype mapping, population genetic simulations, and experimental evolution provides an answer to the question of how populations evolve new functions by providing tests of the role antagonistic coevolution plays in pressuring populations to innovate.