In a breakthrough, a team of biologists has solved a mystery surrounding how plants have sex.
Flowering plants may have been a critical source of nutrition for large ancient mammals, shows a new research.
The oldest evidence of sexual reproduction has been found in a flowering plant dating back 100 million years.
The newly sequenced genome of the Amborella plant can provide insight on a major event in the history of life on Earth: the origin of flowering plants, including all major food crop species.
The dramatic explosion of flowering plant species about 100 million years ago could have led to the decline of the early mammal varieties, a new study has suggested.
Scientists have said that new fossils have suggested that flowering plants could have originated during the early Triassic, pushing the time believed by about 100 million years.
With fewer than a dozen flowering plants out of 300,000 species accounting for 80 percent of humanity`s caloric intake, people need to tap unused plants to feed the world in the near future.
A team of researchers has reported that they have sequenced the sacred lotus genome, and the results offer insight into the heart of some of its mysteries.
A new study has unraveled 100 million years of evolution of flowering plants by sequencing the DNA of plant genomes.
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Showbiz World - March 3, 2015
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