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1.Non-classical photosynthesis by earth’s inorganic …

Photosynthesis, the process by which plants and other organisms convert sunlight into chemical energy, has been a major …

From : Phys.org

2.Like plants do: non-classical photosynthesis by earth’s …

Although much is known about biological photosynthesis, its evolutionary origin remains a mystery. In a recent study, …

From : EurekAlert!

3.Earth’s Plants are Heading towards a Temperature ‘Tipping …

A new study has indicated that plants’ ability to absorb atmospheric carbon could be halved within the next two decades if …

From : Clean Tech

4.Warming May Push Ecosystems to Release Carbon, Instead of …

All around the world, ecosystems are silently breathing. Plants take in carbon dioxide to use for photosynthesis. At the same …

From : Scientific American

5.Alarming New Climate Research: Earth to Reach Critical …

Earth’s ability to absorb nearly a third of human-caused carbon emissions through plants could be halved within the next two …

From : SciTech Daily

6.Overheated Earth can slow plants’ carbon storage | Climate …

For vast tracts of forest and savannah, the heat could rise too far for plants’ carbon storage abilities to go on working.

From : Man-made

7.Earth’s ‘lungs’ could start deteriorating in as little as …

We’ve relied on plants to take in much of our carbon dioxide, but a "fascinating and terrifying" new study raises questions.

From : Stuff.co.nz

8.Earth set to reach deadly ‘tipping point’ with carbon …

Researchers from Northern Arizona University created temperature curves for every major biome around the world to predict the …

From : Daily Mail

9.Orange is the new ‘block’: Structure reveals key features …

Photosynthetic organisms tap light for fuel, but sometimes there’s too much of a good thing. New research from Washington …

From : Phys.org

10.Land ecosystems rapidly approaching ‘temperature tipping …

The point at which land switches from being a carbon sink to a net emitter could be ‘exceptionally close’ without urgent …

From : The Independent

11.Germanium-based solar cell tech for agrivoltaics – pv …

German scientists have fabricated an enhanced amorphous germanium PV cell that confines light in an ultra-thin absorber. It …

From : pv magazine International

12.Key features that help block excess light absorption …

New research reveals the core structure of the light-harvesting antenna of cyanobacteria or blue-green algae — including key features that both collect energy and block excess light absorption.

From : Science Daily

Wikipedia results

1.Cyanobacteria

and land plants. They commonly obtain their energy through oxygenic photosynthesis, which produces the oxygen gas in the atmosphere of Earth. The name

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cyanobacteria

2.Autotroph

substances such as carbon dioxide, generally using energy from light (photosynthesis) or inorganic chemical reactions (chemosynthesis). They convert an abiotic

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Autotroph