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BES, British Ecological Society

  • Fish under threat release chemicals to warn others of danger
      The University of Saskatchewan (USask) researchers discovered that wild fish release chemicals called ‘disturbance cues’ to signal to other fish about nearby dangers, such as predators. The findings …
  • Can multiple carnivores coexist in cities?
      As growth makes neighborhoods more crowded for humans, it’s also concentrating carnivores like bobcats and coyotes into the remaining green spaces, leading them to interact with each other more freq …
  • Creating bee-healthy diet plan(t)s
      Most efforts to grow bee-friendly plants have concentrated on catering to the needs of the adult bees. This means “bee-friendly plants” are chosen based on the quantity of nectar and pollen produced …
  • Twenty-two Scottish People
      I spent last weekend in the Scottish Parliament observing a first of its kind event – a Citizen Jury of 22 people from all over Scotland participating in 2 ½ days of learning, debating, and consensu …
  • What exciting possibilities await soon-to-be graduates of ecology?
    With graduation just around the corner, the question ‘What now?’ pops up frequently and, as students, we find ourselves asking how to make the right choices when it comes to our future career options. …

SPPS, Societas Physiologiae Plantarum Scandinavica

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