Vols survive another scare to stay #1 – WVLT.TV

  1. Vols survive another scare to stay #1  WVLT.TV
  2. Tennessee basketball: How will the No.1 Vols look against Vanderbilt?  FanSided
  3. Barnes explains why his two No. 1 teams are ‘totally different’  247Sports
  4. Vanderbilt gets robbed by refs, loses to Tennessee 88-83  Anchor Of Gold
  5. Upset avoided! Tennessee hangs on in overtime for big win over unranked Vanderbilt  Saturday Down South
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Theresa May expected to survive confidence vote, even after Brexit failure – The Washington Post

  1. Theresa May expected to survive confidence vote, even after Brexit failure  The Washington Post
  2. LIVE: UK PM Theresa May faces no-confidence vote  CNN
  3. Brexit and no-confidence vote: Corbyn targets ‘zombie government’  BBC News
  4. Steve Hilton: Original intent of Brexit – restoring freedom and sovereignty – buried by inept bureaucrats  Fox News
  5. Britain Needs a Miracle  The New York Times
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Gundlach says this is how stock-market investors can survive the ‘zigzags’ of 2019 – MarketWatch

Gundlach says this is how stock-market investors can survive the ‘zigzags’ of 2019  MarketWatch

So far the year is shaping up as positive, but sure it’s early. Our call of the day from a ‘bond king’ has one suggestion on how to navigate it.

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Where did broadleaved evergreen trees survive during the last glacial period in Japan?

Scientists have modeled the phylogeographic relationships and demographic changes of Castanopsis sieboldii, which is a dominant tree of the broadleaved evergreen forests of Japan, dating back to about 100,000 years ago. The model strongly suggested that C. sieboldii survived in at least 4 areas through the last glacial maximum (LGM). The results present new evidence concerning conservation of genetic diversity of C. sieboldii.
Source: Science Daily

Where did broadleaved evergreen trees survive during the last glacial period in Japan?

Scientists have modeled the phylogeographic relationships and demographic changes of Castanopsis sieboldii, which is a dominant tree of the broadleaved evergreen forests of Japan, dating back to about 100,000 years ago. The model strongly suggested that C. sieboldii survived in at least 4 areas through the last glacial maximum (LGM). The results present new evidence concerning conservation of genetic diversity of C. sieboldii.
Source: Science Daily