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Arabidopsis thaliana News

Plants grow in space despite lack of gravity

Scientists have disproved the theory that plants require gravity to stimulate root growth by bringing seeds aboard the International Space Station and conducting experiments with Arabidopsis thaliana flowers.

Study: Plant genes flexible, adaptable to climate changes

Two teams of scientists studying Arabidopsis thaliana, a common European plant, found flexible genes that respond to climate changes, giving the plant a better chance of surviving and reproducing, but found limits to this flexibility strategy also.

New Breakthrough in Global Warming Plant Production Special

Researchers have made a discovery about plant growth which could potentially have an enormous impact on crop production as global warming increases.
 

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The small flowering plant Arabidopsis thaliana  frequently used in genetic research and also known a...
The small flowering plant Arabidopsis thaliana, frequently used in genetic research and also known as mouse-ear and thale cress, is common throughout Europe, and also grows in northwestern Africa and Asia.
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