We finally found a way to market non-dairy milk as milk without upsetting any consumer or dairy company: cowpea milk. Plus: we discuss plantibodies, micronutrients and, weirdly enough, ocelot pee.
- Black eyed peas could help eliminate need for fertilizer: Popular legume attracts beneficial nitrogen-fixing bacteria — ScienceDaily
- Genome Editing in Cowpea Vigna unguiculata Using CRISPR-Cas9
- The genome of cowpea (Vigna unguiculata [L.] Walp.)
- Schoolgirls rumble Ribena vitamin claims | New Zealand | The Guardian
- Ribena – Wikipedia
- Ribena maker fined $192,000
- Assessing the magnitude of reporting bias in trials of homeopathy: a cross-sectional study and meta-analysis | BMJ Evidence-Based Medicine
- No Hormone to rule them all
- The plantibody approach: expression of antibody genes in plants to modulate plant metabolism or to obtain pathogen resistance
- Recyclable pollen-based paper developed by NTU Singapore scientists
- Scientists develop a recyclable pollen-based paper for repeated printing and ‘unprinting’ — ScienceDaily
- Fearful symmetry in aposematic plants
- Weeds help mango trees, and possibly others, make more fruit – The Global Plant Council
- Weeds Enhance Pollinator Diversity and Fruit Yield in Mango
- Plants that could tackle vitamin B deficiencies | Kew
- Global plant diversity as a reservoir of micronutrients for humanity
- Link to the paper on Twitter
- Just a 3D printed 3D mass spec plot (twitter)
- Smelly ocelot habitats may scare off seed-dispersing rodents — ScienceDaily
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