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A University of Alberta research team has discovered that a plant's strategy to capture nutrients in the soil is the result of integration of different types of information. U of A ecologist J.C. Cahill says the plant's strategy mirrors the daily risk-versus-reward dilemmas that animals experience in their quest for food. Biologists established long ago that an animal uses information about both the location of a food supply and potential competitors to determine an optimal foraging strategy....
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