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Summaries of newsworthy papers from Nature, Vol.439 No.7078 Dated 16 February 200615-February-2006
Now you see it, now you don't; Monkey brains weigh up good and bad; Continental-scale river flow increases as plants sweat less; Near-Sun origin of iron meteorites; Bottom's up to gene control; Inbreeding prophylactic exposed; Ionic liquids are a gas; Uncoiling snake evolution; Invading cane toads make long-legged leap into new territory
Brain: Instant replay may help form memories12-February-2006
This discovery might help to explain why we learn tasks better if there are breaks in between repetitions, why hyperactivity might cause learning problems and why simply being awake but resting can help learning.
The path less travelled feels shorter10-February-2006
The more times we have walked a route, the longer we judge it to be, a UK researcher has confirmed. His studies could help explain why daily commutes can grow to seem interminably long, he tells firstname.lastname@example.org.
Palaeontology: Father of the tyrannosaurs found in China; Krakatoa's impact felt for decades8-February-2006
Fossil hunters in China have uncovered the most primitive member of the group that went on to include the fearsome Tyrannosaurus rex; The massive eruption of the volcano Krakatoa in 1883 substantially reduced
Summaries of newsworthy papers from Nature, Vol.439, No.7077 Dated 9 February 20068-February-2006
Snow makes forests better carbon sponges; Sympatric speciation finally seen in action; Rusty revelations; A narrow shave for silicon; Hyperactive sperm undressed; Gamma glow in Milky Way's heart reveals cosmic ray battering;
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