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Alligator weed (Alternanthera philoxeroides, Amaranthaceae) is one of the more famous invasion plants in the world, colonizing in aquatic and dry terrestrial environments, and it is native to the temperate regions of South America. Alligator weed invades into various temperate […]
Public and patient involvement (PPI) is key to closing the gap between research production and research use, and it is a way to achieve full transparency in health science. PPI is a cornerstone of responsible research and innovation. However, not […]
Since Darwin (19th century), scientists have asked why some plants close their flowers. A lot of work has been made in order to identify cues that might induce flower closure. These functional (proximate) factors, such as temperature, light, circadian rhythms, […]