Plants possess receptors which are similar to the glutamate receptors in the brain of humans and animals. Biochemists ... have discovered that these receptors do not, however, recognise the amino acid glutamate, but many other different amino acids.
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Carnegie’s Plant Biology Department is releasing genome-wide metabolic complements of several cereals including rice, barley, sorghum, and millet. Along with corn, whose metabolic complement was released previously, these species are responsible for producing over 1.5 billion tons of grains annually
many climate scientists caution that extreme weather events resulting from climate change is the new normal for farmers in North America and elsewhere, requiring novel agricultural strategies to prevent crop losses.
Does your salad know what time it is? It may be healthier for you if it does, according to new research from Rice Univ. and the Univ. of California at Davis.
Thirteen of Norfolk’s brightest minds were put to the test to experience life as a scientist at Norwich Research Park.