Wednesday, May 2, 2012 - 13:20 in Earth & Climate
LONDON (Reuters) - Plants are flowering faster than scientists predicted in response to climate change, research in the United States showed on Wednesday, which could have devastating knock-on effects for food chains and ecosystems.
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