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Shade trees getting 'scorched' by plant disease
...ement as shade trees in landscapes, wood lots, and golf
courses affected by BLS decline and must be removed. BLS is caused by a bacterial pathogen, Xylella fastidiosa, which has a wide host range that includes common landscape ornamentals and weeds. X. fastidiosa is spread by insects, mainly sharpshooter...
Tropical dry forests receive international recognition
...targeted for its natural beauty. Hotel resorts and golf
courses are being built on the once-pristine land. TROPI-DRY's goal is to try to help translate research into tools countries can use as policies to save the dry forests. The solution lies in private conservation, says Sanchez-Azofeifa. This tacti...
Tweedle coat fashions stocky flies
...fore sealing the outside. If you've ever peeled a golf
ball, you realize there isn't just one thing holding it all together. Each part contributes." The researchers discovered 27 different Tweedle genes in fruit flies. The different proteins in the Tweedle family are found in different parts of the ...
On the golf tee or pitcher's mound, brain dooms motion to inconsistency
If you've ever wondered why your golf
swings, fastballs or free throws don't quite turn ...e same way each and every time, such as swinging a golf
club, is that your brain can't plan the swing the same way each time," says electrical engineering A...