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Say “I Love You” with just the right plant for your sweetheart. Miami, Fl (PRWEB) February 14, 2014 Flowering plants provide a breath of fresh air
A new paper, published in ZooKeys, describes nine new species from Central and Eastern Brazil, including four of the smallest arboreal species ever found.
By JACOB BENNETT Courier & Press staff writer 464-7434 or email@example.com Inside Mesker Park Zoo's new Amazonia rain forest are 50 species of bromeliads, brilliant bloomers that adorn tree trunks, branches and even the rooftop of the research station.
A new way to monitor the effects of climate change on rainforests is being investigated at Cambridge University. Researchers are using biomarkers in the shape of epiphytes ('air-plants' which grow on other plants) to find out how their photosynthesis and water evaporation have been affected by climate change over the last 50 years.
- Withering but not falling off, as a blossom that persists on a twig after flowering.