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RNA-Seq shows plants are adapting to increasing atmospheric CO2

RNA-Seq shows plants are adapting to increasing atmospheric CO2

The study suggests that plants are evolving to adapt to changes in the environment, such as changing carbon dioxide levels. Carbon dioxide is a factor that affects plant growth and development. Over the years, the concentration of atmospheric carbon dioxide has been increasing. The experiments were based on plant metabolisms with increasing CO2 and divided into short-term acclimation and long-term adaptation. As a result, stroma count and the...

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