Many animals eat plants. Some plants eat animals. While the first scenario is not puzzling, the second still holds some mysteries, even for scientists. How, exactly, does a plant know how or when to eat an animal?
In the case of the Venus flytrap (Dionaea muscipula) one of the world’s most famous and mesmerising plant carnivores it’s all a matter of timing. Whether you’re a fly or a spider, a beetle, or a grasshopper, timing is absolutely crucial if you want to avoid becoming lunch.
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Australians are expected to need two doses of a coronavirus vaccine to be protected against the disease. But Health Department secretary Brendan Murphy has re……
Australians are expected to need two doses of a coronavirus vaccine to be protected against the disease.
But Health Department secretary Brendan Murphy has reiterated that it’s unknown if an effective vaccine against the virus will be found.
“Our confidence about the success of vaccines is growing progressively as we see the early trials coming out,” he told a Senate estimates hearing on Monday.
“It is unknown but we have to work on the best available evidence.”
The Morrison government has put about…
Why is the Government now saying it could take up to 12 months to roll out a coronavirus vaccine in Australia? – ABC News
It could take up to 12 months to roll out a coronavirus vaccine in Australia, the Federal Government says. Why is it going to take so long?
The Federal Government says it could take up to 12 months to roll out a coronavirus vaccine in Australia, depending on which candidate is ultimately successful.
That’s despite previously saying we could have a vaccine in the first quarter of next year and this month’s Federal Budget assuming a “population-wide” vaccination program will be in place by the end of 2021.
It all depends on whether the successful vaccine is “protein-based” or not.
So what’s the difference? And why does the Government’s…
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