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What Can Early-Budding Trees Tell Us About Genetics and Climate Change?

News   Mar 23, 2021 | Original story from Michigan Technological University

 
What Can Early-Budding Trees Tell Us About Genetics and Climate Change?

Using poplar and flowering locus trees in the Michigan Tech greenhouses, researchers learned how particular genes activate through the seasons or in response to particular environmental factors. Credit: Sarah Atkinson/Michigan Tech.

 
 
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