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Denver :: CO :: USA | 1 month ago

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At first glance, mushrooms, molds and other fungi appear to be a type of plant. After all, they are stationary, they grow out of a single substrate, and their tissues look roughly similar to those produced by plants. But fungi are actually an

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London :: United Kingdom | 11 months ago

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The new anti-bacterial agents will be based on a highly validated target family involved in bacterial cell wall biosynthesis. Evotec CEO Dr Werner Lanthaler said, "The lack of new antibacterials has been broadly recognised as a major unmet medical

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New York City :: NY :: USA | over 1 year ago

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Green algae break down other plant materials and slurp them up as food when deprived of other sources of energy, a new finding that could be useful in making bio-diesel...Normally, the algae Chlamydomonas reinhardtii uses the Sun to turn carbon

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San Francisco :: CA :: USA | almost 2 years ago

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Coal generates nearly half the electricity we use in the United States . We all depend on the fossilized remains of plants but the vast majority of the coal in the ground comes from a single era, from 360 to 300 million years ago. What caused the

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London :: United Kingdom | almost 2 years ago

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In fact, this delicate assembly of triangles is a scanning electron micrograph of a diatom. Diatoms are single-cell organisms that are one of the most common types of phytoplanktons and play a major role in sustaining life on Earth. Although usually

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London :: United Kingdom | 2 years ago

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The sensitive plant This caturday morning video smile captures a weird plant behaviour; a sensitive plant folding up its leaves in response to a variety of disturbances I am sure many of you have met sensitive plants, Mimosa pudica , on your travels

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Kathmandu :: Nepal | over 2 years ago

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Gyanu Lamichhane, a 35-year-old Nepali researcher at John Hopkins University School of Medicine, has drawn the world several steps closer in finding a better, faster and reliable cure for tuberculosis (TB), which kills over two million people

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New York City :: NY :: USA | almost 3 years ago

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A new paper published in Nature magazine suggests that biologists in the U.K. have discovered an entirely new and unique branch in the tree of life. A group of mysterious microscopic organisms related to fungus are actually so different that they

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Detroit :: MI :: USA | almost 3 years ago

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May 12, 2011 If you think biologists have a pretty good idea about what lives on the Earth, think again. Scientists say they have just now discovered an entirely new branch on the tree of life...They're related to fungus, but they so different you

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Wellington :: New Zealand | over 3 years ago

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Although there's been research on drying wood worldwide, we don't have very good knowledge of where water is deep down in wood. Hopefully this research will help in understanding the best way of drying wood. He conducted his research part-time while

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