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UNL Scientists Find Plants "Remember" Drought, Change Responses to Survive


March 14, 2012

biology graphic Plants subjected to a previous period of drought learn to deal with the stress thanks to their memories of the previous experience, University of Nebraska-Lincoln research has found. The findings could lead to development of crops better able to withstand drought. Full Story

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