Why do some dogs need high chairs, and how can genetics help?

Some dogs have to eat in a high chair—or, more specifically, a Bailey Chair. The chair keeps them in a vertical position while they eat so that gravity can do the work their bodies can't: moving food from the mouth to the ...

Researchers report faster screening of photoprotection in crops

Plants spend all day creating food from sunlight using photosynthesis—a 100+ step process that researchers have been working to improve its efficiency in crops to ultimately deliver more yield. When crop leaves are in full ...

The complex origins of Apiaceae and the current state of research

Recently, scientists from Nanjing Agricultural University summarized the current state of Apiaceae research, including traditional and molecular breeding practices, bioactive compounds, medicinal applications, nanotechnology, ...

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