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Dodder: A parasite involved in the plant alarm system [2017-08-07]
Plant parasite dodder transmits signals among different hosts [2017-08-07]
Host plants communicate warning signals through a parasite network, when insects attack [2017-08-07]
Dodder: A Parasite Involved in the Plant Alarm System [2017-08-07]
Tea Trees Have Giant Genomes, and That’s Good [2017-05-06]
Tea Tree Genetic Secrets Unlocked [2017-05-06]
Why is Tea Delicious? Tea Tree DNA may Provide the Answer [2017-05-06]
Scientists Unravel the Genome of the TEA Plant [2017-05-06]
Tea Tree Genome Sequenced [2017-05-06]
Secrets of Tea Plant Revealed by Science [2017-05-06]
Decoding Tea: Chinese Genome Research Reveals What Makes Tea So Popular [2017-05-06]
New look at Satellite data Quantifies Scale of China's Afforestation Success [2017-05-04]
Tea Tree Genome Contains Clues about How One Leaf Produces so Many Flavors [2017-05-03]
The Tea Plant has a Whopper Genome, Four Times that of Coffee, Scientists Find [2017-05-03]
Tea Tree Genome Provides Insight on Flavor, Caffeine Production [2017-05-02]
Chinese Researchers' Tea Tree Genome Sequencing Offers Clues to Popularity of Tea [2017-05-02]
Plastic Eating Fungus may help in Tackling Garbage Problem [2017-04-06]
Plastic-Eating Fungi Found In Rubbish Heap [2017-04-06]
Fungus that Devours Plastic may help Clean Environment [2017-04-05]
New Plastic-eating Fungus may Solve Garbage Problem [2017-04-05]
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