504 Development-Inspired Reprogramming of
the Mammalian Central Nervous System
R. Amamoto and P. Arlotta
Review Summary; for full text:
505 Timing Mechanism Dependent on Cell
Division Is Invoked by Polycomb Eviction
in Plant Stem Cells
B. Sun et al.
A regulatory circuit controlling plant flowering
genes leads the way to reconstruction of a
time-delay control system.
Research Article Summary; for full text:
>> Perspective p. 498
506 Exome Sequencing Links Corticospinal
Motor Neuron Disease to Common
G. Novarino et al.
Analysis of hereditary spastic paraplegia
genes identifies mutants involved in human
>> Perspective p. 497
512 Ultrafast Long-Range Charge Separation
in Organic Semiconductor Photovoltaic
S. Gélinas et al.
Ultrafast spectroscopy shows electrons and
holes separating faster than simple diffusion
would imply in organic photovoltaics.
>> Perspective p. 492
516 Sound Isolation and Giant Linear
Nonreciprocity in a Compact Acoustic
R. Fleury et al.
Directional fluid flow is used to control and
isolate the propagation of sound.
>> Perspective p. 495
519 Unlocking the Potential of
Cation-Disordered Oxides for
Rechargeable Lithium Batteries
J. Lee et al.
Cation-disordered compounds achieve
high lithium (Li) storage capacity, with scope
for high–energy density Li battery electrodes.
522 Low Core-Mantle Boundary Temperature
Inferred from the Solidus of Pyrolite
R. Nomura et al.
High-pressure experiments suggest that
Earth’s mantle melts at lower temperatures
than previously predicted.
525 A Mechanosensory Pathway
to the Drosophila Circadian Clock
A. Simoni et al.
Flies use a mechanosensory organ to sense a
low-frequency vibration and reset the brain’s
529 Marine Tubeworm Metamorphosis Induced
by Arrays of Bacterial Phage Tail–Like
N. J. Shikuma et al.
Benthic marine larval development
is triggered by a bacterially expressed
structure of phage origin.
533 Reversal of Female Infertility by Chk2
Ablation Reveals the Oocyte DNA Damage
E. Bolcun-Filas et al.
Elucidation of a system that monitors DNA
damage in both meiotic and resting oocytes
in mice is shown.
536 Mating Induces Shrinking and Death in
C. Shi and C. T. Murphy
Sperm and seminal fluid cause Caenorhabditis
mothers to die shortly after they produce
541 Males Shorten the Life Span of C. elegans
Hermaphrodites via Secreted Compounds
T. J. Maures et al.
Male nematodes produce a soluble signal
that shortens the life span of worms of the
544 Drosophila Life Span and Physiology
Are Modulated by Sexual Perception and
C. M. Gendron et al.
Female pheromones are bad for male flies.
>> Perspective p. 491
548 Savanna Vegetation-Fire-Climate
Relationships Differ Among Continents
C. E. R. Lehmann et al.
Evolution cannot be overlooked when aiming
to predict the potential global impacts on
savanna dynamics in a warming world.
552 Effector Specialization in a Lineage of the
Irish Potato Famine Pathogen
S. Dong et al.
A potato pathogen has changed one of its
protease inhibitors that targets its new host
>> Perspective p. 496
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