If we could choose, we’d be mosses growing on opposite sides of the same tree.
- The ‘majestic’ Singapore orchid named in honour of Queen Elizabeth II | Deccan Herald
- Angela Merkel – Epiphyllum.online – The Epric Foundation
- Ferns Are Super Weird – And Their Genomes Are Even More Chaotic Than We Thought : ScienceAlert
- Inselberg – Wikipedia
- Inselberg vegetation and the biodiversity of granite outcrops
- President Biden Announces Intent to Appoint Dr. Renee Wegrzyn as Inaugural Director of Advanced Research Projects Agency for Health (ARPA-H) – The White House
- Renee Wegrzyn – Wikipedia
- High plant diversity is often found in the smallest of areas — ScienceDaily
- A thirsty secret (the episode we talked about the first cocoa paper)
- Collection of native Theobroma cacao L. accessions from the Ecuadorian Amazon highlights a hotspot of cocoa diversity
- Variability and genetic determinants of cocoa aromas in trees native to South Ecuadorian Amazonia
- Common weed may be ‘super plant’ that holds key to drought-resistant crops — ScienceDaily
- Genetically Modified Purple Tomatoes Will Be Popping Up On US Plates By Next Spring | IFLScience
- Learning to Love G.M.O.s – The New York Times
- Roundup and glyphosate’s impact on GABA to elicit extended proconvulsant behavior in Caenorhabditis elegans | Scientific Reports
- Correlated retrograde and developmental regulons implicate multiple retrograde signals as coordinators of chloroplast development in maize
- Conifer communication is complex and can be altered by air pollution
- Humans And Cockatoos Are Embroiled in an Escalating ‘Arms Race’ in Australia : ScienceAlert
- An arms race over food waste: Sydney cockatoos are still opening kerb-side bins, despite our best efforts to stop them
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