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As Climate change threatens yields and profits in agriculture globally due to compromised environmental conditions, the world is seeking solutions. According to Sandeepa Kanitkar founder and managing director of Pune [India] based agri-biotech …

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by University of Southampton Scientists have engineered the microbiome of plants for the first time, boosting the prevalence of 'good' bacteria that protect the plant from disease. The findings published in Nature …

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by Biology Centre of the Czech Academy of Sciences How did insect wings originate? This is a question that represents an unsolved mystery of insect evolution. Despite many years of research, it is still not entirely clear from which body …

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by Boyce Thompson Institute In the fascinating world of plant biology, a study recently featured on the cover of The Plant Journal has been turning heads. The research delves into the intricate defense mechanisms of …

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Vivien Lortzing, Georgios Valsamakis, Friederike Jantzen, Janik Hundacker, Luis R. Paniagua Voirol, Fabian Schumacher, Burkhard Kleuser & Monika Hilker  Scientific Reports volume 14, Article number: 1076 (2024)  …

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By Science Reporter Animals have some wacky ways of protecting themselves from predators, but one bug's defense mechanism is up there with the most ingenious—and grossest.

The European alder spittlebug, a tiny winged …

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Whirligig beetles achieve surprising speeds.

By Amit Malewar Whirligig beetles, known as the fastest-swimming insects, were previously believed to rely on drag-based thrust for propulsion. However, the lift-based thrust is the …
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Whirligig beetles achieve surprising speeds.

Whirligig beetles, known as the fastest-swimming insects, were previously believed to rely on drag-based thrust for propulsion. However, the lift-based thrust is the …
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by Arne Claussen, Heinrich-Heine University Duesseldorf Rice yellow mottle virus (RYMV) is responsible for high crop losses in Africa, particularly among small-scale farmers. A research team has now produced rice lines that are resistant to …

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Superintendents in New York are losing a valuable tool in the fight against insect pests in golf course turf.

Gov. Kathy Hochul on Friday, Dec. 22 signed into law legislation A.7640/S.1856-A, known as the Birds and Bees Protection Act. The …

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