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Sagging symbionts

...at this same symbiont increased aphid fecundity on clover when injected into a novel host lineage. Together, these experiments suggest the symbiont may have played an initial role in host plant specialization, but that it is no longer necessary for maintaining specialization in some parts of the aphid's ran...

Tropical legume could be alternative hay/forage crop for Texas

...t," said Smith, who developed Apache, an arrowleaf clover resistant to bean yellow mosaic virus. Smith, working with Dr. Monte Rouquette, Experiment Station forage physiologist also based at the Overton center, evaluated 42 breeding lines of lablab for regrowth after grazing, relative maturity and seed pro...

Clover strip-cropping in cotton provides critical habitat for threatened songbirds

...rces shows that alternative farming practices like clover strip-cropping provide critically important habita...archer Bob Cooper, "but we're the first to look at clover strip-cropping and conservation tillage systems in cotton with regard to wildlife." Much of the song...

Genistein-containing supplements may stop tamoxifen

...nes also can be found in both subterranean and red clover supplements. Isoflavones in soy are believed to be responsible for anti-cancer effects observed in numerous human and animal studies. For example, in Asia, where cancer rates are low, people often consume diets rich in soy products that contain abo...

UPCI presents study on estrogenic activity of medicinal botanicals

...f, saw palmetto berry, rhodiola rosea root and red clover blossom were the most potent in terms of their estrogenic activity, and extracts of maca root, cramp bark and tumeric root were the least potent....

Agricultural pests may threaten prairies

...prairies to feed on native legumes such as prairie clover and leadplant. To keep agricultural pests from threatening tallgrass prairie remnants, McKone and his colleagues recommend buffering the remnants from agricultural edges. "Areas set aside for nature reserves cannot be considered in isolation, since ...

Scientists map the complete genome of an important agricultural bacterium

...before planting, along with crop rotation in which clover and other legumes are planted and plowed under in alternate years to improve the nitrogen content of the soil. Another alternative to fertilization is to breed peas, beans and other legumes that can produce large yields in nitrogen-poor soils. "We c...

Effects of ozone pollution threaten agricultural production on Long Island, NY, says Cornell plant pathologist

...ously retarded the growth of ozone-sensitive white clover in agricultural areas of Long Island, N.Y., accord...erhead, N.Y. The effects of the pollutant on the clover appear to be a warning of a wider threat. "We need to pay attention to the amount of ground-leve...

Study at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center investigates possible protective effects of plant compounds on the uterus

...lavones," are found in particularlyhigh amounts in clover and soybeans. Isoflavones are also known as"phytoestrogens" because they have been found to have a variety of mild hormonalactions within the human body. Georgina Hale, M.D., a visiting internist from Australia doing post-doctoralclin...

Keep Off The Grass - Reduce Air Pollution

... we cut the grass in the chamber, gas release from clover rose by a factor of 80, and emissions from grass increased by 180 times," says Mr Galbally. Cattle grazing or trampling will have a similar effect to mowing, increasing emission rates from grass. Scientists believe that some of the additiona...

Virginia Tech Engineers Help Mother Nature Clean Up

...nd then planting differenttypes of grasses such as clover and fescue to determine which,if any, restore the site to a healthy state. "If we needed a quick clean up, thisis obviously not the way to go," Novak says, "but ifthere is time, using the plant system may be optimal." Widdowson compares this ...

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