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DNA analysis finds that type of grass pollen, not total count, could be important for allergy sufferers
Health

DNA analysis finds that type of grass pollen, not total count, could be important for allergy sufferers

Written by: Simon Creer, Professor in Molecular Ecology, Bangor University Elizaveta Galitckaia/ShutterstockAs the winter cold is replaced by warmer temperatures, longer days and an explosion of botanical life, up to 400m people worldwide will develop allergic reactions to airborne pollen...

The swamp foxtail's origin is hidden in its DNA
Environment

The swamp foxtail’s origin is hidden in its DNA

Written by: Roderick John Fensham, Associate Professor of Biological Sciences, The University of Queensland Swamp foxtail is prized in ornamental gardens across Australia. John Tann/Flickr, CC BY-SASign up to the Beating Around the Bush newsletter here, and suggest a plant...

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