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Some introduced (i.e. non-native) plants become abundant, threaten species richness and the well-functioning of ecosystems, the economy, or health (plant invasion).
Scientists continue to debate the merits of resveratrol, the so-called "miracle molecule" found in red wine, according to Heather Hausenblas, Ph.D., of the University of Florida College
Invasive species which have the potential to destroy biodiversity and influence global change could be tracked and controlled in the same way as wanted criminals.
According to the Weed Science Society of America, weeds threaten the native vegetation growing along millions of miles of our nationâ€™s waterways -- undermining the ability of these "riparian"
More than half of the world's population now lives in cities, yet we know little about how urbanization affects biodiversity.
Researchers at the University of Leicester have paved the way for the first ever use in Europe of an insect (biocontrol) to combat an invasive plant species in Britain.
WINDSOR, Calif., July 28 /PRNewswire/ -- Popping a pill to prevent age-associated disease may sound too good to be true, but as documented in various media, including a January 25, 2009 edition of 60 Minutes, studies by independent researchers and Harvard Medical School believe they may have discovered the ticket to eternal youth through Resveratrol.
Scientists in Britain believe a Japanese plant-eating predator may help solve the problem of a â€œsuperweedâ€ that is now spreading across the country.
- A serpent whose bite was fabled to produce intense thirst.