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  •   A recent research paper published in Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry describes an alternative strategy to reduce Cd exposure.
      Heavy metal pollution is one of the oldest environmental problems, which is still a serious health problem, especially in some developing countries. Ca...

  •   Given the fundamental biological differences in plants and animals, previous research proposed that plants may have broader environmental tolerances than animals but are more sensitive to climate. However, a recent study has found that there are actually “general rules” of climatic-niche e...
  • Chinese researchers have selected 12 species suitable for tropical coral island recovery, according to a recent research article published in the journal Functional Ecology.Researchers from the South China Botanical Garden of Chinese Academy of Sciences developed a species screening model to sele...

  •   Remediation of soil contaminated by heavy metals has become a hot topic in the world, and phytoremediation technology is the most widely used. Compared with physical and chemical remediation, phytoremediation technology has the advantages of high cost-effectiveness, in-situ application, less...

  •   Restoration science has rapidly developed to address many of the world’s most pressing and complex ecological problems. A primary challenge in restoration science is the selection of suitable species that can be used to restore vegetated ecosystems. Traditionally, the selection of candidate...
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