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China’s orchid renaissance: Bridging ancient traditions and modern science

(a)−(e) Natural mutant of leaf colors and (f)−(o) natural mutant (varieties) of flower types in Chinese orchid, Bar = 1 cm. Credit: Ornamental Plant Research In China, a country hosting over 1,700 of the world’s roughly 30,000 orchid species, the orchid industry has witnessed substantial growth fueled by advancements in science and technology. The journal

Pollination by more than one bee species found to improve cherry harvest

The combination of honey bees and mason bees as pollinators yields a much bigger harvest than with only one species. Credit: Julia Osterman To obtain the biggest cherry harvest, trees should be pollinated by both honey bees and mason bees. A new study led by a researcher at the University of Gothenburg shows yet another

Findings indicate that microbes living at the bottom of the fjords can use petrogenic carbon

Map of Hornsund Fjord in Svalbard with core locations. Credit: Nature Geoscience (2023). DOI: 10.1038/s41561-023-01198-z New findings by Prof Witold Szczuciński, of Adam Mickiewicz University, on the carbon cycle in nature have been published in Nature Geoscience. Glaciers erode rocks and transport them to fjords. These rocks, especially sedimentary rocks, often contain carbon. It was

Immune-boosting therapy helps honey bees resist deadly viruses

Credit: Pixabay/CC0 Public Domain Scientists have successfully tested a novel way of boosting honey bees’ immune systems to help them fend off deadly viruses, which have contributed to the major losses of the critical pollinator globally. In a new study, the research team, which includes entomologists with the University of Florida, the Agricultural Research Service-USDA

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