‘Memory’ in plants can help us design drought-tolerant crops
food security Agriculture plant memory

‘Memory’ in plants can help us design drought-tolerant crops

Dr ASM Mainul Hasan
Dr ASM Mainul Hasan

In 10 seconds? Researchers have found that plants possess a "memory" enabling them to conserve water. This ability is crucial to plant growth and can help scientists create crops that can withstand droughts triggered by climate change, ultimately contributing to better food security.

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