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- Ginkgo (Ginkgo biloba) trees also known as Maidenhair trees are slow-growing, relatively pest-free, wind-polinated trees that can be found in all fifty of the contiguous United States.
- The stripy stick insect that walked with dinosaurs
- They belonged to the Ginkgophyta, a group of plants now extinct except for the Ginkgo biloba, a well-known living fossil, often used in traditional medicine.
- Tannosomes and the trickle-around effect
- Ginkgophyta, one of the plants used in the study. After untold hours in the lab experimenting with different transmission electron microscopy (TEM) imaging methods, the team found a new organelle inside the plant cell: the tannosome.
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- This seems to omit the viruses, bacteria, archaea, protista and fungi, all of which came before plantae, and even in the plants, there were non seed bearing plants long before there were seed bearing plants, and the Ginkgophyta - which bear naked seeds ...
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- Raleigh, N.C. — The next time you let your fingers do the walking, you'll have to dial a few extra digits.
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