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Hierarchical self-entangled carbon nanotube tube networks

London: Nature Publishing Group, 2017

Is fouling a determinant of invasion success? - A comparison of the...

The number of introduced species, also called non-native or invasive species, has substantially increased in both terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems worldwide in past years. One possible reason for invasion success, i.e. the permanent establishment and spread after introduction, could be a high resistance...

Comparative functional morphology of attachment devices in Arachnida.

Attachment is one of the major interactions between an organism and its environment. An enormous diversity of organs or secretory products has been evolved to enhance adhesion and friction with various substrates. The biological functions comprise maintenance of position, locomotion, prey capture, defence,...