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Lateral Transfers of Large DNA Fragments Spread Functional Genes ...
Scientists have discovered that grasses are able to short cut evolution by borrowing genes from their neighbors. The findings suggest wild grasses are naturally genetically modifying themselves to gain a competitive advantage. 
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Mushrooms: Angel with Two Faces--How the Deadliest Mushrooms Lear...
Why do some mushrooms have a heavenly taste while others are deadly poisonous? The mushroom, a gourmet food and a silent killer, is an angel with two faces.
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Advances in Understanding the Mechanism of Oceanic Long-Distance ...
Dispersal is a fundamental ecological process shaping the present-day distributions of organisms. Darwin was an early advocate of the importance of dispersal, hypothesizing that many plant seeds could be dispersed by ocean current between landmasses. 
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Scientists Reveal Expression Networks and Inheritance Patterns in...
Long non-coding RNAs (lncRNAs) are transcripts of longer than 200 bp that lack coding potential. They serve as versatile regulators of plant growth and development as well as biotic/abiotic stress response. 
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Dodder Genome Sequencing Sheds Light on Evolution of Plant Parasi...
Most plants absorb sunlight and CO2 with their leaves, take up water and minerals from the soil through roots, and are fully autotrophic. However, parasitic plants are a special class of plants that extract water and nutrients from other plants. 
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New Achievement in the Study of Euphorbia Diterpenoids
Euphorbia peplus, a commonly distributed wild plant, has long been used in traditional medicine to treat various diseases, such as tumor, inflammatory, asthma, diabetes, and psoriasis. 
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