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16 April 2015AmericasCharles Brabin

Toxic traces of autumn: will exDNA make it from the forest floor to the pharmacy shelf?

The bright reds, ambers and yellows of autumn leaves are as transient as they are beautiful. Yet recent research suggests the dying leaves may have significant ecological effects that are much longer-lasting than the short-lived colours of the season.

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