What is photosynthesis?
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What is photosynthesis?

Plants, algae, and certainbacteria use photosynthesis to turn sunlight, carbon dioxide, and water into food and oxygen. The general principles of
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Coal-fired power plants to close after new wastewater rule

Climate change isn't the reason some coal-fired power plants are shutting down. It's the cost of pollution controls on their wastewater. Dozens of
The earth’s secret miracle weapon is not a plant or an animal. It’s fungi | Giuliana Furci
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The earth’s secret miracle weapon is not a plant or an animal. It’s fungi | Giuliana Furci

Imagine a dinner party with friends or family that started with a glass of wine or fruit juice, and ended with a glass of beer or kombucha. Imagine
What Does the Future Hold for the Joshua Tree?
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What Does the Future Hold for the Joshua Tree?

Legend has it that the Joshua tree was named by 19th-century Mormon settlers. They were inspired by the bent and clubbed branches of the Joshua tree,
Newly Discovered Symbiosis Could Power Carbon Removal in The Sea
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Newly Discovered Symbiosis Could Power Carbon Removal in The Sea

The lungs of the planet are tropical rainforests, which absorb large amounts of carbon dioxide from our atmosphere and exhale oxygen. However, our
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Bees, sheep, crops: Solar developers tout multiple benefits

MONTICELLO (Minnesota) - Silflower was a native plant that covered the vast North American prairie before settlers built cities and farms. The
'Genetic Goldmine' in Earth's Harshest Desert Could Be The Key to Feeding The Future
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'Genetic Goldmine' in Earth's Harshest Desert Could Be The Key to Feeding The Future

It is not an easy life in Chile's Atacama desert. This harsh desert is known for its hostile nature and reputation as the planet's most dry non-polar
Researchers uncover 'genetic goldmine' underlying plant resilience in extreme desert environment
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Researchers uncover 'genetic goldmine' underlying plant resilience in extreme desert environment

A Chilean research team created an unrivalled natural laboratory in the Atacama Desert, northern Chile. This desert is one of the most extreme and
How legumes give oxygen to symbiotic bacteria in their roots
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How legumes give oxygen to symbiotic bacteria in their roots

Legume Root nodules are pink-colored by leghaemoglobin. This is due to a symbiotic relationship of the plant with beneficial bacteria. Credit: John
Why roots don't grow in the shade
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Why roots don't grow in the shade

Photosynthesis is dependent on sunlight. Plants will use too much sun to grow taller. The three plants in the image on the left were grown under full