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Articles from Science News (April 25, 2009)

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40 genes aid in monarch migration: activity differs between southbound, homebody butterflies. Saey, Tina Hesman 470
Alice S. Huang: science needs ace communicators and politicians. Raloff, Janet Interview 773
An Orchard Invisible: A Natural History of Seeds. Milius, Susan Book review 303
Asteroid tracked to impact. Barazesh, Solmaz Brief article 183
Bookshelf. Book review 163
Brain was small, but souped-up: controversial 'hobbits' may have had complex thoughts. Bower, Bruce 498
Chimps dig with right, left hands: measurements from water holes suggest ape ambidexterity. Bower, Bruce Brief article 231
Hatchlings may add, subtract: results point to built-in numerical understanding. Milius, Susan Brief article 282
Heart cells replenish throughout life: past nuclear testing allowed researchers to track cell birth. Sanders, Laura 413
Heavyweights spotted in the early universe: newfound massive galaxies may force theorist to revisit leading formation model. Cowen, Ron 1095
HPV test beats Pap smear. Seppa, Nathan Brief article 101
Immunity to cholera hindered. Seppa, Nathan Brief article 132
Louse-y genome surprise. Sanders, Laura Brief article 198
Many benefits to circumcision: operation in males fends off three common viral STDs. Seppa, Nathan 523
Moons are icy all the way through: bodies likely chipped from Haumea in cataclysmic event. Cowen, Ron 509
Neuroscience looks to magicians for big reveal. Siegfried, Tom 353
Out of Our Heads: Why You Are Not Your Brain, and Other Lessons from the Biology of Consciousness. Bower, Bruce Book review 247
Prions common in yeast. Saey, Tina Hesman Brief article 120
Science past: from the issue of April 25, 1959. Brief article 123
Scientific observations. Varmus, Harold; Gottfried, Kurt Brief article 145
Scientists gain helical spin control: guiding electrons opens door to new physics, technology. Sanders, Laura 383
Share differences: the architecture of our genomes is anything but basic. Saey, Tina Hesman 2787
Specialis revelio! It's not magic, it's neuroscience. Sanders, Laura Cover story 2342
Strings link the ultracold with the superhot: perfect liquids suggest theory's math mirrors something real. Siegfried, Tom Essay 1995
The return of herpes. Sanders, Laura Brief article 169
Toddlers with autism may focus on co-occurring sounds and motions: as a result, the kids may neglect cues to social interaction. Bower, Bruce 630
Viruses could power devices: new lithium-ion batteries could be more efficient. Barazesh, Solmaz Brief article 176
Why good looks look good. Cox, Neal; Miller, O. Daniel Letter to the editor 494

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