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Asia Pacific In remote China, plant hunters seek clues to climate change

Studying how flowers adapt to global warming in remote China helps scientists consistently demonstrate climate change, say botanists. 

Most Mandarin syllables have multiple meanings, so whenever the American ecologist Robbie Hart greets strangers in China, he explains the meaning behind Du, his Chinese name.

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