This week, we’re talking about the link between the constructor of fountains, Neptune, and a small seagrass in the Mediterranean sea. Also more on X-ray microscopy and a discussion on who deserves to be on the author list (it’s Joram).
- Terrestrial-type nitrogen-fixing symbiosis between seagrass and a marine bacterium
- Nitrogen uptake, assimilation and remobilization in plants: challenges for sustainable and productive agriculture
- Neptune’s famous fountain in Rome.
- X-ray microscopy enables multiscale high-resolution 3D imaging of plant cells, tissues, and organs
- Great display to promote new David Attenborough Show
- Why flowers close at noon? A case study of an alpine species Gentianopsis paludosa (Gentianaceae) – Hou – 2022 – Ecology and Evolution – Wiley Online Library
- Earth may have 9,200 more tree species than previously thought | Science News
- Living Science: Authorship then and now | eLife
- Popular press portrayal of issues surrounding free-roaming domestic cats Felis catus
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