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(The Week) How the tick-tock of a plant's clock could help fight the effects of global warming
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Humans aren't the only ones that are jarred when their Circadian rhythms are disrupted. Plants, too, live by a finely tuned time-keeping system. In St. Louis, Mo., scientists are studying these processes so they can learn how to hack into a plant's clock and create more resilient crops and faster-growing biofuels.
(The Week) How the tick-tock of a plant's clock could help fight the effects of global warming, Scientists can learn a lot by hacking a plant's internal timepiece By Jason Bittel | 12:02pm ET Everybody hates Day Light Savings time. In just one night, your body is expected to course-correct against the schedule it's kept for the last six months. On Monday, every cell in your body will wake up screaming, "It's not time yet!" But humans aren't the only ones
The New York Times: Engineering Food for All
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OP-ED CONTRIBUTOR By NINA V. FEDOROFF FOOD prices are at record highs and the ranks of the hungry are swelling once again. A warming climate is beginning to nibble at crop yields worldwide. The United Nations predicts that there will be one to thre ...
The New York Times: Engineering Food for All, OP-ED CONTRIBUTOR By NINA V. FEDOROFF FOOD prices are at record highs and the ranks of the hungry are swelling once again. A warming climate is beginning to nibble at crop yields worldwide. The United Nations predicts that there will be one to three billion more people to feed by midcentury. Yet even as the Obama administration says it wants to stimulate innovation by eliminating unnecessary regulations, the Environmental Protection Agency
Plant Pulse
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The Plant Pulse is a feature of the Danforth Center Roots and Shoots Blog that includes a sampling of interesting stories about world hunger and malnutrition, food security, climate change, biofuels, agriculture, the environment, conferences and events, and the impact of plant science. We hope this compilation of stories and information will serve as an interesting source of information for you.
themselves. Assessing the Role of Global Warming in Extreme Weather of 2012 The New York Times, of studies seeking to characterize the contribution of human-driven global warming to rare
The Global Cassava Partnership for the 21st Century Underway
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GCP21 II is off to a great start with more than 400 attendees from around the globe who traveled to Kampala, Uganda to discuss the potential research has to boost the production of this important food security crop.  The morning began with an openin ...
related to global warming. Below are images from the second scientific conference occurring this week
Citizen Science Project Focuses on Neglected Resource
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MO DIRT will use citizen scientists to collect and analyze soil samples and record meteorological information in their communities.
, soil respiration, and other soil parameters associated with global warming. MO DIRT is part
New Protein Discovered Has Potential to Keep Crops Productive
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The discovery of PCH1 adds another piece to the puzzle of understanding how plants harness biological clockwork to adapt to the changing sun.
latitude they’re grown at. As a warming climate changes the temperature, but not the day length, as global warming will affect climate, it will never change the angle of Earth to the Sun,” Nusinow
Scientists Discover How Plants Tailor Growth to the Seasons
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“Molecular memory” of light exposure helps plants to remember daylight during winter nights
to grow best at any latitude. As a warming climate changes the temperature—but not the day length, as global warming will affect climate, it will never change the angle of the sun,” Nusinow stated
2017 ANNUAL THANKSGIVING LETTER BY WILLIAM H. DANFORTH, FOUNDING CHAIRMAN
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We humans need to change and adapt as best we can to climate variability.  
 
 
in global warming. Thus, we live in an unstable and changing world that makes more difficult both
Plant Pulse
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The Plant Pulse is a feature of the Danforth Center Roots and Shoots Blog that includes a sampling of interesting stories about agriculture, the environment, food security, climate change, bioenergy, events and the impact of plant science.
Times The trend of global warming, combined with an El Niño over the end of last year led
The Plant Pulse February 25, 2011
https://www.danforthcenter.org/news-media/roots-shoots-blog/blog-item/The-Plant-Pulse-February-25-2011
The Plant Pulse is a new feature of the Danforth Center Roots and Shoots Blog that will include a sampling of interesting stories about world hunger and malnutrition, food security, climate change, biofuels, agriculture, the environment, conferences ...
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