A new method of using the machinery of photosynthesis to make methane is 10 times more efficient than previous attempts.
Reference Photosynthesis is the process plants, algae and some bacteria use to turn sunlight, carbon dioxide and water into sugar and oxygen.
Biological activity in some Arctic lakes has ratcheted up dramatically over the past 150 years.
They work the night shift, let their roots die, and fend off thirsty predators to conserve every precious drop.
Tree growth in temperate forests is driven by availability of water and not by temperature as previously thought.
When the stringy dodder plant emerges, it bobs and sways to find the perfect host plant, then sucks the life out of it. See the video.
NASA has released a series of images that illustrate how the Earth's plant growth has changed over the past 11 years.
REFERENCE In order to to reuse and recycle gray water at home, we're asking 'is dehumidifier water good for plants?'
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