- Extinction of giant herbivores changed global landscapes
- The extinction of large herbivores such as woolly mammoths, mastodons, and giant ground sloths during the late Pleistocene epoch likely substantially altered landscapes across the world, scientists say.
- Jeff Mitton: Narrowleaf mountain mahogany's adaptations to thin soils and
- However, I suspect that the dense, intricate branching and stiff, scratchy twigs of narrowleaf are an adaptation to protect interior leaves from herbivores. Jeff Mitton, mitton@colorado.
- Why fintech's herbivores are eating with banks
- They were the "herbivores". This fintech posse want to work with incumbents, who can provide real-world problems and customers to help the start-ups scale up. Ian Pollari, KPMG's global co-head of fintech, says some of the herbivores at Finovate had ...
- Ugly herbivores covered with bony knobs roamed the earth before dinosaurs
- Their remains have been described as the 'ugliest fossil reptiles' ever with faces and bodies covered in bony knobs so it's not hard to see why they weren't easy on the eye.
- Harnessing gut fungi of herbivores to break down biomass
- Fungi within the guts of herbivores are highly efficient at breaking down lignocellulose. Therefore Kevin Solomon et al. took samples of feces of herbivorous mammals with different diets, isolating three previously uncharacterized cultures: Anaeromyces ...
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