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Rule-breaking plants take on changing climate

Tuesday 11 Feb 20 10:00am

Dr Annabel Smith


PLANTS that break some of the rules of ecology by adapting in unconventional ways might have a higher chance of surviving climate change, new research suggests.

Plantain, a plant spread throughout New Zealand and often used as a fodder crop during droughts, is one of the world’s most successfully distributed plants.

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