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How can we replicate the process in artificial environment so that botanic gardens can grow it? To answer these questions, I will be traveling to the Philippines, the hub of Rafflesia diversity, home to more than 10 Rafflesia species," she explained.
Their work promises to rewrite biology textbooks around the worldand paves the way for new directions in pharmaceutical research. Long Island Univerity's Dr. Jeanmaire Molina and New York University's Dr. Michael Purugganan led a group of
Presented by Parasitic plants actually steal the genes of their hosts The Malaysian plant Rafflesia cantleyi is a parasite, attaching itself to another plant and deriving all its food from its unfortunate host...It swipes genes from its host,
39 PM Rafflesia Arnoldii: (Antara) A Rafflesia arnoldii flower bloomed completely on Tuesday in the Bukit Daun conservation forest in Kepahiang, Bengkulu. The flower has bloomed completely today and is now open to the public, resident and flower
Two new species of the Rafflesia may have been discovered in the Lata Jarum forests in Ulu Dong here. Frasers Hill Research Centre head Prof Dr Jumaat Adam , who disclosed this, said the flowers were unique in the region...We need to go through the
Text Size Leading Malaysian developer MK Land Holding berhad announced this week that it is planning two new residential projects at its Rafflesia development worth RM890 million. The Rafflesia scheme is located in Damansara Perdana, offering luxury
Vice President Jejomar Binay joined the trek of Lenten pilgrims to Mt...Inspector Elena Eleazar, Quezon police information officer, said Binay arrived in the village of Sta. Lucia at the foot of Banahaw in Dolores, Quezon on Maundy Thursday morning.
Follow us on Archipelago Bengkulu province welcomed on Monday another gigantic Rafflesia Arnoldii, which reached full bloom at Bukit Daun Reserve in Tebat Monok village, Kepahiang regency. Holidin, a member of the local Kelompok Peduli Puspa Langka
PhilippinesBotanist and plant taxonomist Leonardo Co may have found his calling in the wild, but there was one place he considered his home. Co returned to that cherished site on Saturdaythe University of the Philippines in Dilimanaccompanied by
BAGUIO CITY -- Dr. Leonard Co, a botanist who worked for long years in the Cordillera, reportedly figured in a crossfire on November 15, 2010 in the geothermal reservation in Leyte in Upper Mahiao, Brgy. Lim-ao, Kananga town in Leyte, a