Ants Produce Antibiotics that May Protect Plants
Ants Produce Antibiotics that May Protect Plants
The antimicrobial compounds ants excrete to defend themselves from pathogens may protect plants as well.
Ants Produce Antibiotics that May Protect Plants
Ants Produce Antibiotics that May Protect Plants

The antimicrobial compounds ants excrete to defend themselves from pathogens may protect plants as well.

The antimicrobial compounds ants excrete to defend themselves from pathogens may protect plants as well.

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Image of the Day: Selfish Behavior
Image of the Day: Selfish Behavior
The Scientist Staff | Jun 21, 2017
Wasps use figs as breeding safe havens, pollinating their fruit shelters in return. Some wasps, however, solipsistically use their figs without fertilizing any seeds.