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Scientists: As rainfall changes, tropical plants may acclimate

May 07, 2007
Researchers found a reason for hope that tropical forests will be able to withstand environmental shifts in nutritional cycles brought on by global climate change. It seems not all plants specialize in one specific source of nitrogen. Some tropical plants are versatile. (Credit: Dr. Benjamin Houlton) Photo:

Tropical plants may be more adaptable than commonly thought to changing rainfall patterns expected to accompany a warming climate, new research shows.

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