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an explosive misture: C3, C4 and CAM

An explosive mix: C4, C3, C2 and CCM

Cross section of a leaf of a CAM plant (Agave) CAM = crassulacean acid metabolism

A new study probes the origins of carnivory in several distantly related plants. https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/02/170206111919.htm

How carnivorous plants acquired a taste for meat: For a plant, the evolutionary pathways to becoming a carnivore may be limited, researchers say

Study sheds light on how carnivorous plants acquired a taste for meat

Cross section of a CAM (Crassulacean acid metabolism) plant, specifically of an agave leaf. Vascular bundles shown. Drawing based on microscopic images courtesy of Cambridge University Plant Sciences Department.

Cross section of a CAM (Crassulacean acid metabolism) plant, specifically of an agave leaf. Vascular bundles shown. Drawing based on microscopic images courtesy of Cambridge University Plant Sciences Department.

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competition with humans for access to prey may have driven large carnivores to extinction, potentially triggering a cascade of other ecological changes.

Cryo-Electron tomography-generated three-dimensional architecture of the pyrenoid

Two new studies of green algae — the scourge of swimming pool owners and freshwater ponds — have revealed new insights into how these organisms siphon carbon dioxide from the air for use in photosynthesis, a key factor in their ability to grow so quickly.

The discovery suggests that the nightshade family of plants, which includes tomatoes, potatoes and peppers, has been around much longer than was previously thought.

Tomatillo Fossils, 52 Million Years Old, Are Discovered in Patagonia

The fossilized fruit, a cousin of tomatoes, potatoes, chilies and tobacco, dates the famous plant family 30 million years older than previously thought

Photos and profile of the tree commonly called  slash pine,  from the  Floridata Plant Encyclopedia.

From left to right: Longleaf Pine, Loblolly Pine, and Slash Pine

Genomic variation across landscapes: insights and applications - Bragg - 2015 - New Phytologist - Wiley Online Library

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"Modern Peanut's Wild Cousin Thought Extinct Found in Andes": compelling evidence for hybridization at origin Followme #CooliPhone6Case on Twitter Facebook Google Instagram LinkedIn Blogger Youtube

Modern Peanut's Wild Cousin, Thought Extinct, Found in Andes - Scientific American

How does your garden grow Made to order succulent vertical garden felt plants arrangement custom (by miasole, on Etsy)

Door het skelet van de brachiosaurus te scannen is berekend dat de dinosaurus 25 ton woog.

Zigzagging backbones helped turn dinosaurs into giants

Vue microscopique en coupe (environ 1cm de large) d'une colonie de stromatolites millimétriques de la formation de Tumbiana, craton (croûte continentale primitive) des Pilbara, Australie occidentale.   © CNRS Photothèque  - LEPOT Kevin

Shining a light on ancient stromatolites : Nature News

Flowering plants devoid of leaves, roots, shoots and some without chloroplast DNA. Are they really plants? Discuss!

Plants, the inside story

Flowering plants devoid of leaves, roots, shoots and some without chloroplast DNA.

Controversial Gene-Editing Approach Gains Ground - Scientific American

“Snipping out” damaged mitochondrial DNA in mice and human cells is a step toward preventing serious inherited diseases

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