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Carbon dioxide: NMR reveals photosynthetic shift

Rising levels of the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide in the Earth's atmosphere are the focus of great concern, as we well know. Now, scientists in Sweden have demonstrated that the anthropogenic increase since the end of the Industrial Revolution may have changed photosynthetic metababolism in green plants.

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