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Seed banking not an option for over a third of threatened species – ScienceDaily

In papers published today in Nature Plants researchers at Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, describe for the first time the extent…

In papers published today in Nature Plants researchers at Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, describe for the first time the extent of threatened species that can not be preserved in seed banks. The paper reveals that 36 percent of the “critically threatened” species, when looking at threatened species, produces recalcitrant seeds. That means they can not …

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