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plantsFive amazing ways plants have created new technologiesPhys.Org - ‎26 minutes ago‎Scientists have come up with a strange new method for detecting explosives:
using spinach. The plants are impregnated with fluorescent "bionic" nanotubes that emit infrared
light.
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Smart plants learn new habitsPhys.Org - ‎Dec 6, 2016‎Professor Gagliano said the ability of plants to employ a wide range of adaptations had made them a predominant form of
life on Earth.
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New study shows plants can learn from experiencePhys.Org - ‎37 minutes ago‎The problem she is addressing is that if plants have brain-like functions and make sentient-like decisions, our existing
perception of nature and ourselves must change.
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How to keep your desk plant alive and happyMashable - ‎2 hours ago‎For a little over two years, I've kept a pothos plant, aptly named Plant, at the corner of my desk at work. It was gift from an editor in my first
few days of work, and it's been with me ever since.
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An amino acid controls plants' breathPhys.Org - ‎21 hours ago‎Plants breathe and "sweat" through stomata, microscopic pores found on leaves,
stems and other plant organs.
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Plants endure winter with varied strategiesMyAJC - ‎7 hours ago‎A: Plants experience cold damage due to ice forming in their cells. Hardy plants have strategies to reduce freeze damage.
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How and when to cover plants during cold weatherAtlanta Journal Constitution - ‎18 hours ago‎This photo taken on May 16, 2010 shows cherry tomatoes in New Market, Va.
Tomatoes are tender plants, susceptible to damage from frost.
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How to find the best gopher-resistant plants for your yardThe Daily Breeze - ‎5 hours ago‎There is an effective, nontoxic method for biological control of gophers:
acquisition of an exotic pet. According to Organic Gardening magazine, you
should consider “gopher and king snakes, skunks and particularly barn owls.
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Geneticist honored for pioneering work in plantsUC Berkeley - ‎13 hours ago‎Freeling is a professor in the Department of Plant and Microbial Biology in the College of Natural Resources at Berkeley. He
will receive this prize and deliver a scientific presentation at the Annual
Maize Genetics Conference, March 9-12, 2017, in St ...
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How to Decorate Using Climbing and Hanging PlantsArchitectural Digest - ‎15 hours ago‎By now we're all clued in to the benefits of incorporating greenery in our
interiors. But there's more to styling plants than filling up a few flowerpots and placing them neatly on a windowsill.
No one knows that better than Igor Josifovic and Judith ...
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Rauner to sign Exelon subsidy to spare 2 nuclear plantsSTLtoday.com - ‎3 hours ago‎It calls for more than 4 million customers of power-distributing
subsidiaries ComEd and Ameren to pay more to finance the plan. Rauner
previously criticized "special deals" for corporations but last week said
closing the plants would have "devastated ...
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How plants manage excess solar energyPhys.Org - ‎Dec 5, 2016‎Life on earth largely depends on the conversion of light energy into
chemical energy through photosynthesis by plants. However, absorption of excess sunlight can damage the complex machinery
responsible for this process.
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Study of wild plants contribute to understanding of high risks associated
with a warming climate
Science Daily - ‎19 hours ago‎New research, published in Botany, investigates how well native California
wild mustard species withstand increasing temperatures with the goal of
developing a better understanding of heat stress on plants in a warming climate. This study makes an ...
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Agave genes could inspire new drought-resistant plantsUPI.com - ‎19 hours ago‎Unlike most plants, which keep their stomata open during the day, agave and other
Crassulacean Acid Metabolism plants, or CAM plants, have reversed their molecular clocks and open their stomata at night.
Stomata are the pores in plant leaves that ...
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Supercharged Plants May Mean More Crop ProductionVoice of America - ‎Dec 4, 2016‎Scientists can speed up the growth by modifying, or changing, the structure
of plants' genes. The modifications make them react quickly to changes in light.
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First-years use plants to make dorm rooms feel more like homeThe Daily Tar Heel - ‎Dec 5, 2016‎As they line the windowsills in cute pots, absorbing the sun and growing a
little bit every day, they make first-year students feel more at home at
UNC.
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Rosboro in Springfield announces sale of wood products plantsThe Register-Guard - ‎17 hours ago‎SPRINGFIELD - Wood products manufacturer Rosboro of Springfield on Tuesday
announced that it has sold its manufacturing business to Wynnchurch
Capital, an Illinois-based investment firm.
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Evidence Suggests Paleolithic Diet Included Plenty of PlantsArchaeology - ‎19 hours ago‎JERUSALEM, ISRAEL—New Scientist reports that remnants of edible plants dating back 780,000 years have been found at the Gesher Benot Ya'aqov site
in northern Israel.
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Alabama Metal reportedly closing more plantsKankakee Daily Journal - ‎19 hours ago‎The plant closure will result in the Kankakee County area losing 86 jobs. Those jobs
paid an hourly wage of $16.50 for starting employees to $30 per hour for
longer-serving workers.
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Gas pipelines & nuclear plants: Turkish PM visits Kremlin to consolidate
bilateral ties
RT - ‎12 hours ago‎Gas pipelines and nuclear power stations were among the highlights of
recent talks between Russian President Vladimir Putin and Turkish PM Binali
Yildirim.
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