Size of grass blades offers better understanding of their vulnerability to climate change

More than 11,000 grass species — including wheat, corn, rice and sugarcane — account for the bulk of the world’s agricultural food production and important biofuels. Research published today in the journal Nature provides insights that scientists could use not only to improve crop design but also to more accurately model the effects of climate change. It also offers new clues that could help scientists use leaf fossils to better interpret the climate of the ancient past. View original article here Source

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