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In the sprawling African savannas, the Acacia xanthophloea takes the spotlight, weaving a tale of resilience against herbivores. The defense mechanisms of plants, such as spines, thorns, and prickles emerge as nature's tools for survival, deflecting the appetites of voracious mammals. While past studies touched on the significance of spines, our exploration probes into the quantitative intricacies, unraveling how these elements influence Acacia xanthophloea's response to browsing pressure. The research was conducted in an African savanna, known for its dense herbivore populations, particularly large mammals.
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Many people know of the Mozilla Foundation because of the FireFox browser and other open source software they produce together with countless volunteers. Perhaps less well known, the Mozilla Foundation also runs a funding program, which I believe may be an potential source of support for certain nature conservation projects.
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Hello everyone!My name is Jacobo and I am Sustainable Tech Master's graduate, and a conservation tech enthusiast! I am currently in the lookout for an exciting opportunity to...
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