More than 20 years of research by an MSU-led team has culminated in what might be the answer to why some galaxies produce stars and others do not. Galactic "rain" may be the key to whether a galaxy is "fertile."
When exposed to nitrogen fertilizer over a period of years, nitrogen-fixing bacteria called rhizobia evolve to become less beneficial to legumes.
Evolutionary researchers have determined that settling for “Mr. Okay” is a better evolutionary strategy than waiting for “Mr. Perfect.”
A star is born: Galactic 'rain' could be key to star formation
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Elise Zipkin: Solving conservation puzzles
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RT @Choosy_Female: Excited to be presenting for @TEDxMSU. Watch live tonight 6-9pm via the @MSUAA Livestream! #TEDxMSU
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