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Novel Species of Fungi Discovered on Bat Carcasses in the Limesto...
The discovery of four novel fungal species growing on bat carcasses in an underground limestone karst system in China illustrates the pressing need for more scientific work in caves More>>
Interdisciplinary Study between Phylogeny and Phytochemistry have...
Plant secondary metabolites (PSMs) are very important to human in economical and medicinal purpose. They are a key bridge that connected phytochemistry to other subjects of plant science and the important chemical trait for in-depth study of plant phylogeny. 
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Milk Production Declines Due to Heat Stress in Northern China
Northern China is a major dairy-producing region in the country. However, milk production is expected to drastically decline by 2050, with losses potentially up to 50% by 2070, because of heat stress in July, says a new study. 
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Using Morphology and Phylogeny to Characterize and Classify Fungi...
Fungi play critical roles in all ecosystems, functioning as decomposers, epiphytes, endophytes, symbionts of plants, and animal and plant pathogens. Despite their importance, they are severely understudied organisms. 

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Natural Solutions to the Climate Crisis? One-quarter is all down ...
A critical, nature-based approach to mitigating climate change has been right at our feet all along, according to a new study revealing that soil represents up 25% of the total global potential for natural climate solutions (NCS) – approaches that absorb CO2 from the atmosphere and lock it into ... More>>
Orchid Mantis Ambushes Foraging Butterflies
The orchid mantis, Hymenopus coronatus, which inhabits Southeast Asia, possesses a unique flower-like characteristics, which allows the predator to ambush floral visitors as prey.  More>>
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