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The Klor Science Garden of the Davidson Institute for Science Education - the educational arm of the Weizmann Institute of Science, has undergone an upgrade in recent years so that it also reflects fields of knowledge that did not exist 25 years ago
Their findings highlight the importance of understanding the needs of both plants and animals to ensure the health of local ecosystems. They also overturn a previously held belief about how mice store
32 plant and forest researchers from all over the world published an article in the journal Trends in Plant Science in which they examined all these claims
What will happen to all our stuff? What will happen to our homes, our schools, our neighborhoods, our cities? Who will feed the dog? Who will cut the grass? Although this is a common theme in movies, shows
Each plant and each type of distress has a characteristic, recognizable sound. The sounds of the plants sound like clicks, like popcorn, at a volume similar to human speech but at frequencies above the human hearing range, and they are made
Each plant has special organs in different shapes; The leaves, flowers, fruits, and seeds of one plant will not resemble those of another plant, even between two different tomato varieties. Now researchers from the Faculty of Agriculture
Two questions will occupy us in this column, both of which concern the relationship between the whole and its parts. Let's start with Nir's philosophical questioning: in the animal world (fish, reptiles, mammals and birds) we know that all body parts serve the
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