Where to put the poultry dung?
11/25/2020 · Leibniz Institute for Agricultural Engineering and Bioeconomy
A new modelling approach provides more robust results on the emission of climate-relevant gases from manure management and, thus, offers decision support for the climate-friendly use of poultry manure.
Loyal couples in the rainforest
11/23/2020 · Deutsches Primatenzentrum - Leibniz-Institut für Primatenforschung
Coppery titi monkeys living in the Amazon lowland rainforest seem to be monogamous. Mate choice is so successful that a potential genetic advantage does not outweigh the social costs of infidelity.
New primate species discovered in Myanmar
11/16/2020 · Deutsches Primatenzentrum - Leibniz-Institut für Primatenforschung
The Popa langur is described in a new scientific paper that documents the extensive genetic and morphological studies and field surveys. Altogether there are only 200 to 250 animals of the new species.
Sweet taste reduces appetite?
11/11/2020 · Leibniz-Institute for Food Systems Biology at the Technical University of Munich
To date, very little is known about how sweetness perception contributes to satiety. A study provides new insights into the taste of sugar, energy intake and the regulatory process of hunger and satiety.
New therapeutic approach for breast cancer
11/10/2020 · Leibniz Research Centre for Working Environment and Human Factors
The enzyme EDI3 is associated with changes in the metabolism of cancer cells. A research team now focuses on the potential of EDI3 as a therapeutic target in a specific breast cancer subgroup.