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Politics

Aug 17, 2014
Category: Politics
Posted by: turpentyne
Turkish omnibus bill intended to tackle Soma mining disaster contains unrelated article that puts İstanbul University's (İÜ) botanical garden at risk being buldozed for development
 
 

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Forestry

Aug 2, 2014
Category: Forestry
Posted by: turpentyne
In an Australian first, blue gum and pine plantations in lower Southeastern South Australia will now be accountable for the water used to grow trees.
 

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Medicine

Jul 27, 2014
Category: Medicine
Posted by: turpentyne
A new study shows that trees are quietly saving our lives from respiratory illness.
 
 

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Agriculture

Jul 19, 2014
Category: Agriculture
Posted by: turpentyne
As the world human population grows, a new report by researchers at the University of Minnesota's Institute on the Environment proposes improvements to how we farm.
 

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Science

Jul 19, 2014
Category: Science
Posted by: turpentyne
Researchers have created the first comprehensive library of genetic switches in plants, a tool that will better our understanding of how plants adapt to environmental changes and the development of more robust crop plants.
 
 

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New Species

Oct 13, 2013
Category: New Species
Posted by: turpentyne
A new plant on the eastern Mediterranean coast has been described as the maternal ancestor of a species of hybrid origin, Reseda odorata, valued since Roman times for the fragrance of its flowers, and used in the ancient cosmetics industry.
 

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Community

Nov 14, 2013
Category: community
Posted by: turpentyne
A new genus of ferns gets the honor of being named after Lady Gaga, by music-loving botanists who see a symbolic connection between these plants and the pop star.
 
 

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Biotech

Feb 14, 2014
Category: Biotech
Posted by: turpentyne
A team at Max Planck, in Cologne, investigated morphological differences between Arabidopsis thaliana and its relative Cardamine hirsuta.
 

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Conservation

Jul 19, 2014
Category: Conservation
Posted by: turpentyne
Forests in Borneo has been decimated by logging, fire, and conversion to plantations, with as much as 30% overall forest cover lost since 1973, according to a new study.
 
 

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Gardening

Oct 13, 2013
Category: Gardening
Posted by: turpentyne
British scientists have proposed introducing prominent hygiene advice labels on bags after discovering Legionella bacteria in 14 of the 22 brands of compost they tested.
 

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Paleobotany

Jul 4, 2013
Category: Paleobotany
Posted by: turpentyne
In Israel, a 12,000 year old site reveals what may be the oldest known evidence of humans using flowers when burying their dead.
 
 

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Invasive plants: Scientists examine the relative impact of proximity to seed sources     2018/08/17 17:53

A new study tackles an important, unresolved question in the biology of invasive plants. Which is most important to the establishment of new invasive communities -- proximity to seed sources, canopy disturbance, or soil disturbance?

Genetic differences in trees untouched by mountain pine beetles     2018/08/16 20:31

A researcher has discovered that mountain pine beetles may avoid certain trees within a population they normally would kill due to genetics in the trees.

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