Saving Corpse Flowers From Being Inbred to Extinction

Saving Corpse Flowers From Being Inbred to Extinction
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To preserve corpse flowers and other rare plants, botanic gardens are borrowing studbooks, an approach used by zoos and horse breeders.

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By studying tree rings and using a dash of astrophysics, researchers have pinned down a precise year that settlers from Europe were on land that would come to be known as Newfoundland.

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Nytimes.com | 19. 10. 2021 09:01:00 | Science

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BBC.co.uk | 15. 10. 2021 16:27:29 | Science

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Nytimes.com | 15. 10. 2021 11:25:41 | Science

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A professor and prolific author, he cautioned that doctors too often focus on the disease instead of the overall well-being of the sufferer.

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BBC.co.uk | 14. 10. 2021 18:28:15 | Science

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Nytimes.com | 14. 10. 2021 12:58:12 | Science

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