Jokic wins the game to Doncic in the return of Juancho and Ibaka triumphs before the Hornets without Willy

first_imgIn addition, in Denver, Jerami Grant contributed 15 points and Jamal Murray scored 14 while the youngest of the Hernagómez, Juancho, played 12 minutes and did not get any points but had seven rebounds and delivered two assists.The Mavericks played for the fifth consecutive game without Kristaps Porzingis, second in the team in scoring and rebounding, and I can’t participate in this match because of a pain in the right knee.Ibaka continues to lead the championsThe Spanish power forward of Congolese origin Serge Ibaka maintained his status as the new leader of the Raptors by getting another double-double, the seventh consecutive, that helped them take the victory. 110-112 against the Hornets. With 23 points and 11 rebounds, including seven defenders, Ibaka was on the 39-minute track and scored 10 of 19 field shots, including the only triple attempt he made, in addition to scoring 2 of 5 personnel pitches.Ibaka reached the eleventh game in which he achieved a double-double and his work has become decisive after the Raptors lost their two best men in the starting five, the Cameroonian power forward Pascal Siakam and the Spanish center Marc Gasol, Both leave due to injury.While Ibaka triumphed as a key player for the Raptors, with the Hornets, the Spanish pivot Willy Hernangómez had to settle for watching the actions from the bench after, one more encounter, the Hispanic coach of the team of Charlotte James Borrego gave him no minute of action Photo: Reuters The youngest of the Hernangómez played 12 minutes with 7 rebounds and 2 assistsThe Slovenian touched the triple-double, but the Serbian put the decisive basketWilly saw from the bench the seventh consecutive double-double of Ibakacenter_img The NBA day ended with the triumphs of Denver Nuggets, in the return to the minutes of Juancho Hernangómez, on Dallas Mavericks and Toronto Raptors, with a seventh consecutive double-double Serge Ibaka, against Charlotte Hornets, where he continued without Play Willy Hernangómez.Nikola Jokic scored 33 points as the leading scorer for the Nuggets, which beat the Mavericks 106-107. Jokic scored 26 of his 33 points in the second half of the game, including the winning basket with eight seconds left of regulation time. All to win the game against a Luka Doncic who touched the triple-double with 27 points, 9 rebounds and 10 assists, again the best of Dallas. last_img read more

Monarch butterflies raised in captivity dont migrate

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But butterflies in colder climates such as North America don’t survive the winter if they don’t migrate.Thus, the researchers say, the recent request for the U.S. government to list the species as threatened may be warranted. The findings also suggest school groups and hobbyists who raise monarchs to bolster the species’s population may want to source them locally and raise them outdoors for their entire life cycle. Sign up for our daily newsletter Get more great content like this delivered right to you! Country In what may be a cautionary tale for citizen scientists trying to save North America’s iconic monarch butterfly, new research has found that butterflies raised in captivity are sometimes unable to migrate—some as a result of missing genes and others for want of the right environmental cues.A graduate student discovered this genetic shortfall after buying dozens of monarchs and tethering them to a short pole—a common method to test what direction an insect wants to fly. Tethered wild-caught monarchs consistently headed south, the same direction they fly during their annual journeys from the United States and Canada to Mexico. But neither commercially sourced monarchs nor local individuals raised indoors did. They tended to head in random directions.To see why the monarchs weren’t trying to fly south, the researchers sequenced the DNA of some of the butterflies and compared it with the already-sequenced monarch genomes. They found many differences but did not pin down any particular gene. But even with the right genes, the local butterflies raised indoors couldn’t head in the right direction; the researchers think that because outdoor-raised butterflies orient south, but ones raised indoors don’t, the latter are not getting the environmental cues that would signal them to fly south, they report today in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Email Click to view the privacy policy. 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