Plants "decide" how sweet to make their nectar depending on which insect colonies they want to entice

Plants "decide" how sweet to make their nectar depending on which insect colonies they want to entice
(Natural News) A recent study by the University of Edinburgh, published in the journal Biotropica and funded by the National Autonomous University of Mexico, once again highlights the marvels of design in the natural world around us. The research team has discovered that certain flowering crops, including cotton, beans, pumpkins, courgettes, acacia honey and passion…
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