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Leopold, Weber, and Achebe. Oh my!

Some people are content to not experience the outdoors, not knowing the secrets behind overcompensation in Gentianella campestris as a response to herbivory; those same people probably never want to hear the thousands of gallons of water sucked up by … Continue reading

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