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Plants recognize their siblings, biologists discover

...their plants like they would plan the seating at a dinner party" “Gardeners have known for a long time that some pairs of species get along better than others, and scientists are starting to catch up with why that happens,” says Dudley. “What I’ve found is that plants from the same mother may be more com...

Flies don't buzz about aimlessly!

...ese tiny animals are so successful at crashing our dinner parties. The research will appear in the April 4th issue of the international, peer-reviewed, open-access online journal PLoS ONE. ...

Cloning the smell of the seaside

...ming scent ?like Brussels sprouts at the Christmas dinner table! - and the birds sniff out their plankton food in the lonely oceans at astonishingly low concentrations. Scientists have known about DMS for many years but the genes responsible for its production have never before been identified. The new f...

Eating with our eyes: Why people eat less at unbused tables

...ses be stacked as they accumulate for each person; dinner parties could use fresh glasses for refills while empty glasses, or even empty bottles, are left on the table. ...

Living with water scarcity -- world must act now

...er scarcity poses no threat to what appears on the dinner plate. In contrast, the relation between water and food is a real struggle for over two thirds of world’s 850 million under-nourished people, where water is a key constraint to food security. There is already physical water scarcity in India and ...

Federal testing for mad cow disease a failure, law review editor says

...he possibility that BSE may spread to the American dinner table. Creutzfeldt-Jacob disease takes a similar form in humans as BSE does in cattle. Muscle control is lost, limbs become uncontrollable, and voices become erratic and strangely pitched. A 14-year-old English girl, for example, cried for two week...

Key to early diagnosis of autism may be in the placenta

...ility to relate to others. "By serendipity, at a dinner party I happened to sit next to George M. Anderson, a research scientist in the Yale Child Study Center who had access to many cases of children with ASD," said Kliman. "We realized that by working together we might be able to determine if this place...

Man's best friend: Study shows lonely seniors prefer playtime with pooch over human interaction

...nts live with each other, eat breakfast, lunch and dinner with each other, play bingo with each other," Banks says. "The study also found that the loneliest individuals benefited the most from visits with dogs." ...

Exotic crab poised for widespread UK invasion

...n the Thames. the mature crab is the size of a dinner plate when its legs are extended (the body is around 8cm wide and the legs about 12cm long) The scientific name is Eriocheir sinensis (from the Greek meaning wool hand of the Chinese) and the crab originated in the Province of Fukien, China. ...

Give thanks for the cranberry, say dental researchers

Families gathered around the Thanksgiving dinner table might consider giving thanks for the bacteria-busting ability of cranberry juice, say dental researchers who have discovered that the beverage holds important clues for preventing cavities. A team led by oral biologist Hyun (Michel) Koo, D.D....

'Sinkers' provide missing piece in deep-sea puzzle

...her words, a patch of seafloor the size of a large dinner plate might receive carbon from about 100 sinkers over a year's time. To complete their study, the scientists also needed to know how much carbon each sinker transported to the seafloor. But first they had to collect some sinkers. Since the sinkers ...

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