Compounds inside berries from the Brazilian peppertree can keep MRSA from making the toxins it uses to damage tissues, researchers say.
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When pollen resources are low, bumblebees damage plants to help drive more flowering so they can get more, researchers have found.
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Looking at fossilized and modern Ginkgo biloba tree leaves gives researchers an overview of climate change over the scale of millions of years.
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Inhibiting the innate immune system's "memory" could offer a way to lengthen the survival of organ transplants and cut the risk of rejection.
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Although there are pros and cons to flowering strips for bumble bees, they're a good way to offset pollinator declines, say researchers.
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New pesticides that give plants their own defenses against insects are headed to market. A new method is the first to detect them in dirt.
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Plants don't just get carbon from photosynthesis, new research suggests. Up to 40% may also get a portion from fungi in their roots.
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The nasal spray won't replace future COVID-19 vaccines, but could offer a first defense for people at high risk for contracting the virus, researchers say.
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A fecal transplant of viruses shows promise in mice for treating obesity and type 2 diabetes, report researchers.
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