Oh Carp! Is it a new week already? We have another episode for you, this time talking about priming in maize, biosensors and carp science! Do you know whether carp can hear music? Tell us. We need to know.
- Bitcoin emissions alone could push global warming above 2°C
- Saif ul Malook, Yuxing Xu, Jinfeng Qi, Jing Li, Lei Wang, Jianqiang Wu, Mythimna separata herbivory primes maize resistance in systemic leaves, Journal of Experimental Botany, Volume 72, Issue 10, 4 May 2021, Pages 3792–3805
- Tracking temperate fish reveals their relevance for plant seed dispersal
- Joram learned about breast cancer biosensors and solar panels from food waste
- A biosensor for the direct visualization of auxin
- There’s no such thing as a tree (phylogenetically)
- Nature: Throwing money at biodiversity schemes is ineffective
- Nanoscale nutrients can protect plants from fungal diseases
- Bees and hoverflies gobble fake pollen, benefiting both insect and plant
- The Purr‐fect Catch: Using accelerometers and audio recorders to document kill rates and hunting behaviour of a small prey specialist
- There’s a Weird Correlation Between Brain Size And Yawning, Study Reveals
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Until next time!