Bioinformatics and Genomics

Regenerative agriculture: merging farming and natural resource conservation profitably
25 citations · 43,621 views · 7,071 downloads
Ontogeny in the tube-crested dinosaur Parasaurolophus (Hadrosauridae) and heterochrony in hadrosaurids
24 citations · 46,085 views · 3,200 downloads
Record breaking achievements by spiders and the scientists who study them
11 citations · 43,490 views · 4,918 downloads
The effect of habitual and experimental antiperspirant and deodorant product use on the armpit microbiome
20 citations · 45,083 views · 2,260 downloads
Data reuse and the open data citation advantage
211 citations · 40,242 views · 4,238 downloads
Why sauropods had long necks; and why giraffes have short necks
37 citations · 38,621 views · 4,241 downloads
Boxer crabs induce asexual reproduction of their associated sea anemones by splitting and intraspecific theft
2 citations · 41,035 views · 1,474 downloads
The effect of listening to music on human transcriptome
20 citations · 37,593 views · 3,223 downloads
Investigating the running abilities of Tyrannosaurus rex using stress-constrained multibody dynamic analysis
11 citations · 37,213 views · 2,426 downloads
Unprofessional peer reviews disproportionately harm underrepresented groups in STEM
7 citations · 36,085 views · 2,512 downloads
Bioinformatics and Genomics
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Effect of predation risk and ectoparasitic louse flies on physiological stress condition of the red-tailed tropicbird (Phaethon rubricauda) from Rapa Nui and Salas & Gómez islands https://t.co/SMw3tfKBXH @thePeerJ https://t.co/GOwa5gX6mx

“Very few sites can reshape the inferred phylogenetic tree” paper by @realwrf and Donald Canfield https://t.co/uUyoBbYMC4

The metabolic profile of Asinara (albino) and Sardo donkeys (pigmented) (Equus asinus L., 1758) points to unequivocal breed assignment of individuals https://t.co/8KiA0voCXW @thePeerJ https://t.co/80eO5HpK8D

Successful promotion of physical activity among students of medicine through motivational interview and Web-based intervention https://t.co/BWC3KiyIY7 @thePeerJ https://t.co/9FTFDtozXw

'Skin' Early Cretaceous fish Colombia https://t.co/dAvb6Sq2gC via @thePeerJ

Our paper on #openaccess indicators for universities now published in @thePeerJ https://t.co/oIjeaoQwhH

Integrating population genetic structure, microbiome, and pathogens presence data in Dermacentor variabilis https://t.co/acwQ2uFyiK @thePeerJ https://t.co/j5YCLWgsDx

New in @thePeerJ Universality vs experience: a cross-cultural pilot study on the consonance effect in music at different altitudes https://t.co/SRUJ7Gi4y2 Spoiler - No effect of altitude :)

Science Magazine: "Rude paper reviews are pervasive and sometimes harmful, study finds"
https://www.sciencemag.org/news/2019/12/rude-paper-reviews-are-pervasive-and-sometimes-harmful-study-finds

Discover Magazine: "From Longest Name to Loudest Sound, Scientists Catalog Over 100 Spider World Records"
http://blogs.discovermagazine.com/science-sushi/2017/10/31/real-halloween-horrors-peer-reviewed-collection-of-spider-records/#.WgPuhmhSyUk

Washington Post: "Tyrannosaurus rex couldn't run, but it was a speedy walker"
https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/speaking-of-science/wp/2017/07/19/tyrannosaurus-rex-couldnt-run-but-it-was-a-speedy-walker/?utm_term=.b229568b3f76

Deutsche Welle: "When boxer crabs fight, anemones are the real winners"
http://www.dw.com/en/when-boxer-crabs-fight-anemones-are-the-real-winners/a-37348358

The Washington Post: "The stinky truth: Deodorant can change your body’s bacteria"
https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/speaking-of-science/wp/2016/02/02/the-stinky-truth-deodorant-can-change-your-bodys-bacteria/

New Research Shows Listening to Music Actually Alters Your Genes in Surprising Ways
http://mic.com/articles/112898/an-incredible-study-just-proved-that-listening-to-music-actually-affects-your-genes

Scientists must share early and share often to boost citations
http://theconversation.com/scientists-must-share-early-and-share-often-to-boost-citations-18699

How Dinosaurs Grew the World's Longest Necks
http://www.livescience.com/27376-how-dinosaurs-grew-longest-necks.html