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tisdag 13 januari 2015

New publications

In Decembers issue of Proceedings of the Royal Society, Biological Sciences, CAnMove researchers
, , , , Their study showed a significant heritability of telomere length on the maternal but not on the paternal side, and that the mother's age was positively correlated with their offspring's telomere length. Find the paper here: "Maternal and genetic factors determine early life telomere length"
Another fresh paper "Testing avian compass calibration: comparative experiments with diurnal and nocturnal passerine migrants in South Sweden" can be found in Biology open. This time it is Susanne Åkesson, Mihaela Ilieva and their european collaborators who has compared compass calibration in
dunnocks, sedge warblers and European robins.

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