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Developing Zebrafish Heart

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Serotonin Neurons in Drosophila

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A young freshwater turtle

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Carnivorous pitcher plant in a Mississippi wet pine savanna

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Wildflower diversity in a restored open oak woodland

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Diversity of wild mushrooms of north Mississippi

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Savannah meadowbeauty (Rhexia alifanus)

bioSlide_0007_Atlantic Sharpnose Shark (Lauren Fuller)

Young shark being studied in the Gulf of Mexico

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Anatomy & Physiology laboratory in Shoemaker Hall

bioSlide_0009_A zebra finch learns to escape a heated arena using spatial memory of colored cues

Zebra finch neurobiology research

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  • Biologist Pablo Bacon (left) and Rachel Anderson, a graduate of the UM Department of Biology, collect macroinvertebrate samples from a field in the Mississippi Delta. A new UM research project at sites such as this is exploring holding runoff water on agricultural landscapes after crops are harvested, which could reduce the pollution of downstream waterways, improve soil health and crop yields and provide crucial food and habitat for migratory birds. Photo courtesy Larry Pace
    Helping Farms be in Harmony with Nature
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  • Yongjian Qiu, an assistant professor of biology at the University of Mississippi, is studying a plant gene that could help solve a problem caused by warming global temperatures. Qiu’s work in this field is the subject of a new Nature Communications paper. Submitted photo
    Helping Crops Combat Climate Change
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    Biologist Publishes Breakthrough Study
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