There are many ways to consider the ongoing and futur consequences of global warming. Surveying for temperature increases is a physicists way, biology needs more of course. Especially, dealing at broad scales such as the community level, involving response and interaction of multiple species, is somewhat not always obvious. In the following study*, this was actually fairly simple (hey, in terms of protocole I mean, I don’t argue that undertaking the experiment was just easy): going through transplantations (local as a control and via a decrease in latitude to simulate climate warming as the test).
Archive for February 23rd, 2008
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- Male meiosis in onion
- Do stick insects eat their babies?
- What are the two sexes of a plant moss?
- Drip tips drain leaves more efficiently...
- Contre les escargots, saperlipopette!
- Stick insects stick to their diet
- Post doc life...
- Liesegang rings...
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