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    How does the Venus flytrap work?

    https://www.utas.edu.au/about/news-and-stories/articles/2017/474-how-does-the-venus-flytrap-work
    28 Nov 2017: behind the evolution of the Venus flytrap was food – or a lack of it. . . . freshly shed skin into a Venus flytrap: “After a week, the traps opened.
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    13 Jan 2020: Southern Rock Lobster joined the ARC Pathways to Market project in 2015 to explore how traceability increases market access. . . . Thanks to work by TIA horticulturist Michele Buntain, today, local growers are armed with.
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  5. 2011 Publications - Centre for Rural Health | University of Tasmania

    https://www.utas.edu.au/rural-health/publications/2011
    2 May 2018: 37-46. ISBN 9781611226485 (2011) [Research Book Chapter]. Le, Q and Chiu, C, 'Does Culture affect One's View of Health Informatics? . . . 223-234. ISBN 9781611226485 (2011) [Research Book Chapter]. Le, Q and Chiu, C, 'How well does E-Health Work?
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    Scientists are closing in on one of the biggest mysteries in biology

    https://www.utas.edu.au/about/news-and-stories/articles/2018/512-scientists-are-closing-in-on-one-of-the-biggest-mysteries-in-biology
    15 Jan 2018: Our work may explain how plants make this decision. Professor Shabala and his team are now chasing specific traits in plants that could explain how they sense hypoxia as it happens, . . . Image: Flooded rice paddies. Credit: BREEZY
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    https://www.utas.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0004/246172/ART-RAGE-2011.pdf
    19 Apr 2012: survive. Nature also lives off us; without people nature does not have a purpose. . . . I find it. enjoyable to imagine how I could manipulate nature around people.
  8. Tasmanian School of Medicine Honours Program Honours information…

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    8 Dec 2021: 28. HOW DOES ONE GENE DRAMATICALLY INCREASE YOUR RISK OF ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE? . . . In this context, work in this laboratory demonstrated that stationary phase cells of P.
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    4 Aug 2011: Some feel that this is because policy makers are from Mars and researchers are from Venus. . . . The session also updated participants on several post-SNAP research projects, work with.
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