Hot answers tagged

5

Caffeine on insects That "caffeine kills insects" is an old myth: "I find it considerably interesting and even amusing," said Bussey Professor of Biology Carroll M. Williams. "Caffeine may be an insecticide, but it is not a very powerful agent." The study also determined that caffeine combined with other insecticides increases ...


1

No. The pure reason why some areas (with a particular set of meteorological and soil conditions) nurture trees (and establish themselves as stable forests) is because they are in general more efficient photosynthesizers (on a spatial basis) in that area. That is just pure survival of the fittest. To validate my claims, isolating "plants" from the whole ...


Only top voted, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible