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The lost art of looking at plants - Nature.com


Nature.com
When Elizabeth Kellogg finished her PhD in 1983, she feared that her skills were already obsolete. Kellogg studied plant morphology and systematics: scrutinizing the dazzling variety of plants' physical forms to tease out how different species are ...

UW Botany Professor Grows Plants In Space - Wisconsin Public Radio News


Wisconsin Public Radio News
Since the 1960s, scientists at the University of Wisconsin-Madison have been studying how plants will grow in space. We talk with a Professor of Botany at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, who has been leading a research team to study the effects of ...

Hacking Cell Biology to Reinvent Clothes - Pacific Standard


Pacific Standard
But those natural, biodegradable fibers have a downside too: derived from farmed plants and animals, they take a significant toll on the planet. So what if scientists could hack the biology within cells, and use them to make fibers? Think of the ...

Butterflies and Plants: Partners in Evolution

Washington - United States

Discover how natural selection has shaped animals and plants together through their ancient and persistent dependencies, and defenses with one another in this Smithsonian exhibit.

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