How Plants sound the alarms about Danger

One role of plant hormones is to perceive trouble whether an insect attack, drought or intense heat or cold and then signal to the rest of the plant to respond. The findings, which were published in Nature Plants on March 13, 2020, reveal a complex communication network.Investigators from the Salk Institute reported a new details about how … Continue reading How Plants sound the alarms about Danger

A new research shows why men and other male animals die younger linking to Y chromosomes

Research by scientists at UNSW Sydney suggests the real reason may be less related to human behaviour and more to do with the type of sex chromosomes we share with most animal species. In a study published in Biology Letters, researchers from UNSW Science's School of Biological, Earth and Environmental Sciences analysed all available academic literature on sex chromosomes … Continue reading A new research shows why men and other male animals die younger linking to Y chromosomes