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  • Making sense of the yeast sphingolipid pathway. [Review]
  • J Mol Biol 2016 Sep 21JM
  • Megyeri M, Riezman H, … Futerman AH
  • Sphingolipids (SL) and their metabolites play key roles both as structural components of membranes and as signalling molecules. Many of the key enzymes and regulators of SL metabolism were discovered...
  • Evolution of Cilia. [Journal Article]
  • Cold Spring Harb Perspect Biol 2016 Sep 23CS
  • Mitchell DR
  • Anton van Leeuwenhoek's startling microscopic observations in the 1600s first stimulated fascination with the way that cells use cilia to generate currents and to swim in a fluid environment. Researc...
  • Photoreception and vision in the ultraviolet. [Review]
  • J Exp Biol 2016 Sep 15; 219(Pt 18):2790-2801JE
  • Cronin TW, Bok MJ
  • Ultraviolet (UV) light occupies the spectral range of wavelengths slightly shorter than those visible to humans. Because of its shorter wavelength, it is more energetic (and potentially more photodam...
  • Crown-of-thorns starfish have true image forming vision. [Journal Article]
  • Front Zool 2016; 13(1):41FZ
  • Petie R, Garm A, Hall MR
  • CONCLUSIONS: For crown-of-thorns starfish, visual cues are essential for close range orientation towards objects, such as coral boulders, in the wild. These visually guided behaviours can be replicated in aquarium conditions. Our observation that crown-of-thorns starfish respond to black-and-white shapes on a mid-intensity grey background is the first direct proof of true spatial vision in starfish and in the phylum Echinodermata.
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