Climate Change: What Effect Will It Have On Plants?

Temperature, rainfall, soil stability, and many other factors contribute to plant growth (and in turn successful agriculture). Humans do our best to help influence and manipulate these conditions to improve our ability to grow crops, but even this is unable to change the basic fact that there are certain areas of the world that are […]

Fighting The Agricultural Pestilence Of The Wheat Streak Mosaic Virus

Among all the plant diseases and pests that those in agriculture face, it is often the viral-based conditions that prove the most troubling and difficult to manage. Unlike weed or insect-based attacks that can be combated with various types of pesticides or direct action, viruses have no explicit counter when working in agriculture. Vaccines for […]

Quinua (Quinoa) plants near Cachora, Apurímac, Peru. Altitude: 3800m

Deciphering The Genetic Secrets Of The Pseudocereal Quinoa

Welcome to Miniposts, a series of articles based on posts made to the Bioscription Facebook page. Due to their often lengthy nature, it was decided that reposting them to the main site was appropriate. Please go here to view the original post. In connection to past discussions on food scarcity, changing climate, and using genetic […]

Innovations May Overturn the Haber-Bosch Process and Ammonia Production

Welcome to Miniposts, a series of articles based on posts made to the Bioscription Facebook page. Due to their often lengthy nature, it was decided that reposting them to the main site was appropriate. Please go here to view the original post. Scientists sometimes discover mechanical processes that change the world itself, that give more […]

Can Plants, Vegetables, and Aspirin Contribute to Staphylococcal Infection?

Welcome to Miniposts, a series of articles based on posts made to the Bioscription Facebook page. Due to their often lengthy nature, it was decided that reposting them to the main site was appropriate. Please go here to view the original post. Is aspirin, anti-acne medicine, and fruits and vegetables actually a mild health concern? […]

A New Bacteriophage Cocktail as a Treatment for Cholera

Welcome to Miniposts, a series of articles based on posts made to the Bioscription Facebook page. Due to their often lengthy nature, it was decided that reposting them to the main site was appropriate. Please go here to view the original post. What’s one of the best way to fight off diseases, like those caused […]

A Bacterial Scourge Continues to Sweep Across Europe

Welcome to Miniposts, a series of articles based on posts made to the Bioscription Facebook page. Due to their often lengthy nature, it was decided that reposting them to the main site was appropriate. Please go here to view the original post. For several years, olive trees in Europe, especially along the Mediterranean, have been […]

Genetically Modified Stem Cells Result in Working Thyroid Cells

Welcome to Miniposts, a series of articles based on posts made to the Bioscription Facebook page. Due to their often lengthy nature, it was decided that reposting them to the main site was appropriate. Please go here to view the original post. A severe limitation on studying human cellular diseases is being able to investigate […]

Can Algae Survive in the Cold and Radiation of Space?

Welcome to Miniposts, a series of articles based on posts made to the Bioscription Facebook page. Due to their often lengthy nature, it was decided that reposting them to the main site was appropriate. Please go here to view the original post. The International Space Station (ISS) is the perfect place for new and exciting […]

Horizontal Gene Transfer in Plants: More Common Than You’d Think

Welcome to Miniposts, a series of articles based on posts made to the Bioscription Facebook page. Due to their often lengthy nature, it was decided that reposting them to the main site was appropriate. Please go here to view the original post. How common is transgenic gene transfer between organisms in the wild? Depending on […]