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A study published in Cancer Prevention Research, a journal of the American Association for Cancer Research, identifies components of black raspberries with chemopreventive potential.
British scientists say they expressed two genes from snapdragon to induce the production of anthocyanins -- protective against cancers -- in tomatoes.
Scientists have expressed genes from snapdragon in tomatoes to grow purple tomatoes high in health-protecting anthocyanins.
Many people believe fossils are petrified bone or impressions of a shell in rock. But fossils actually are any type of evidence of the existence of a once-living organism - plant or animal. Accurately dating the age of the Earth is commonplace today.
By Chandler, Stephen Tanaka, Yoshikazu An important driving force for the floriculture industry is the development of novel plants and flowers.
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - For people who don't smoke, the risk of developing diabetes is lower in those with higher levels of carotenoids in their blood, according to a new report. The effect is not seen in smokers, however.
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - The risk of developing diabetes for people who don't smoke nonsmokers -- but not smokers -- is lower in those with higher levels of carotenoids in their blood, according to a new report.
A new study in the July 18 issue of The Journal of Experimental Medicine shows that gold-colored bacteria are more harmful than their unpigmented relatives. A group of scientists led by Victor Nizet (UCSD, San Diego, CA) have discovered that the molecules that give certain bugs their color also help them resist attack by immune cells called neutrophils.
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