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Buy one book/ebook at list price and get your second book free. Use code FLASHFALL at checkout and save! http://bit.ly/2d3Dres
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Elsevier’s book series offer a unique service to researchers by consolidating the latest advances in their field, providing in-depth reviews and cutting-edge research into methods and protocols. http://bit.ly/2cXr837
Elsevier’s book series offer a unique service to researchers by consolidating the latest advances in their field, providing in-depth reviews and cutting-edge research into methods and protocols.
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Latest research on social networks in wild baboon troops has revealed how the animals get information from each other on the whereabouts of food.
Latest research on social networks in wild baboon troops has revealed how the animals get information from each other on the whereabouts of food.
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An international team led by scientists developed a reference call library and a new way of classifying calls and identify differentiate bat species.
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First time Elsevier authors, Caroline Orr and Komang Ralebitso-Senior, discuss developing and choosing a cover for their upcoming book on Biochar Application.
First time Elsevier authors, Caroline Orr and Komang Ralebitso-Senior, discuss choosing a cover for their upcoming book on Biochar Application.
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As goes the spotted owl, so too does a larger community of mature forest specialists and the prodigious ecosystem benefits that these forests provide. http://bit.ly/2d3uHFa
As goes the spotted owl, so too does a larger community of mature forest specialists and the prodigious ecosystem benefits that these forests provide.
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Recommend these forthcoming Major Reference Works to your librarian today to take advantage of the 20% introductory discount!
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The forthcoming Reference Module provides a one-stop authoritative resource for all entering new specialties or updating their knowledge in life sciences.
The forthcoming Reference Module provides a one-stop authoritative resource for all entering new specialties or updating their knowledge in life sciences.
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What would life be without coffee? According to researchers, if climate change continues unchecked, coffee could become extinct by 2080.
What would life be without coffee? According to researchers, if climate change continues unchecked, coffee could become extinct by 2080.
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The information encoded in each sea turtle’s unique set of hitchhikers can, in turn, help guide management decisions to protect these animals during their lives at sea.
The information encoded in each sea turtle’s unique set of hitchhikers can, in turn, help guide management decisions to protect these animals during their lives at sea.
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Latest research on social networks in wild baboon troops has revealed how the animals get information from each other on the whereabouts of food.
Latest research on social networks in wild baboon troops has revealed how the animals get information from each other on the whereabouts of food.
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Elsevier's page for researchers, students, and instructors of plant and animal science.
Introduction
The science of living things holds a special fascination for human beings, as we strive to understand our place in the seemingly endless array of life on our planet. Research into agricultural and plant science, ecology, animal science and behavior, aquatic and marine science, organismal biology, entomology, and evolution continues to shape both our technology and our fundamental knowledge of ourselves. Elsevier’s foundational and leading-edge content in these areas — including award-winning encyclopedias of fish physiology, animal behavior, and insects — continues to enhance scientific comprehension of the living systems we depend on.