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This shows how the invasive species (the vines) have overcome the trees and are killing them off

This shows how the invasive species (the vines) have overcome the trees and are killing them off

Though very less percentage of bacterial species causes infections, but they become very severe and invasive once they overcome the body’s defenses. In such cases, many times antibiotics treatment is given and it is continued for three to four weeks or even for months, but such treatments often have mild to severe side-effects ranging from general weakness, nausea, vomiting, and body rashes to more severe diarrhea, abdominal pain and liver problems. The most prominent side effect is that a…

Though very less percentage of bacterial species causes infections, but they become very severe and invasive once they overcome the body’s defenses. In such cases, many times antibiotics treatment is given and it is continued for three to four weeks or even for months, but such treatments often have mild to severe side-effects ranging from general weakness, nausea, vomiting, and body rashes to more severe diarrhea, abdominal pain and liver problems. The most prominent side effect is that a…

PLOS ONE: Aggressiveness Overcomes Body-Size Effects in Fights Staged between Invasive and Native Fish Species with Overlapping Niches

PLOS ONE: Aggressiveness Overcomes Body-Size Effects in Fights Staged between Invasive and Native Fish Species with Overlapping Niches

Nasella tenuissima, Salvia 'Caradonna' and Allium 'Purple Sensation' design by Thomas Rainer: Pleasure Garden

Nasella tenuissima, Salvia 'Caradonna' and Allium 'Purple Sensation' design by Thomas Rainer: Pleasure Garden

The garden you never knew you had part 2: this is a link to a site that talks about all you can do with kudzu and other "1000 wild edibles"! very informative, very interesting:)

The garden you never knew you had part 2: this is a link to a site that talks about all you can do with kudzu and other "1000 wild edibles"! very informative, very interesting:)

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of Shade Ground Covers: Vinca Minor: Major Headache?

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of Shade Ground Covers

Researchers led by King's College London have found that two beneficial variants of a gene that controls the development of red blood cells have now spread to nearly all human populations across the world after originating from Africa.

Researchers led by King's College London have found that two beneficial variants of a gene that controls the development of red blood cells have now spread to nearly all human populations across the world after originating from Africa.

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