Plant scientists are borrowing a tool from medicine to unravel how plants fight off an attack.
Scientists try to understand sugar movement in plants
Great for dinner, but otherwise not very bright
It is said that turkeys are so stupid that they’ll look up when it rains and drown. Well, they’re not quite that stupid, but pretty darn close. The domesticated turkey will panic at the least little thing.
Resveratrol may block effects of a highly addictive drug
A collaborative MU team shows resveratrol supplements may block the effects of the highly addictive drug methamphetamine.
MU scientist works to improve the mineral uptake of plants
From beans to cereal grains, understanding how genes and soil types impact nutrition could one day help produce more nutritious food. One University of Missouri researcher wants to know which genes control the elements in these nutrient-rich packages.
Researchers suggest supplements for dairy cows after giving birth
Higher levels of fat in the liver are often precursors to future health problems in cows.
'Healthy' soybeans can replace oils with unsafe trans fats
Researchers at CAFNR have found a way to create soybean oil that has no trans fats.