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Milkweed Varies in Nutrition and Nice, Tasty Cardenolides

News   Oct 19, 2017 | Original Story by Joseph McClain for William and Mary Department of Biology

 
Milkweed Varies in Nutrition and Nice, Tasty Cardenolides

The guys are getting big: David De La Mater checks the growth of his “guys,” milkweed plants from throughout the East transplanted to the William & Mary greenhouse. He is comparing nutritional and toxin content. Credit: Joseph McClain.

 
 
 

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