Scientists Discover First Fluorescent Frog | The Scientist Magazine®

The polka dot tree frog (Hypsiboas punctatus) glows under a blacklight, due to the presence of three fluorescent molecules in its lymph tissue and skin. Source: Scientists Discover First Fluorescent Frog | The Scientist Magazine® These are not plants, but still I know some UV4Plants members will find this post and the original PNAS article interesting. I am suitably posting this from Buenos Aires. Share this

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Why donʹt plants get sunburn?

The site The Conversation has published a post by Nigel Paul, titled Why don’t plants get sunburn? Nigel Paul’s piece is written with the general public in mind and gives a simple but up-to-date account of the progress in UV and plants research during the last 30 years or so. Highly recommended. Share this

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