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Part 3 of Our Chemical Landscape. This episode: how crop production has evolved in response to exploding global population growth.
Part 4 of Our Chemical Landscape. This episode is about the wild, and how its species-in-residence use chemistry to communicate.
Plants are not the silent, stationary creatures we imagine them to be. We look at plant growth and movement.
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