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Lifeblood of leaves: Vein networks control plant patternsTags: bioagriculture, university of arizona
[Source: ScienceDaily] - New University of Arizona research indicates that leaf vein patterns correlate with functions such as carbon intake and water use -- knowledge that could help scientists better understand the complex carbon cycle that is at the heart of global climate warming.
For more information: Lifeblood of Leaves: Vein Networks Control Plant Patterns
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