Methane finding baffles scientists. Plant production of greenhouse gas throws up questions for climate models

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Nature 439, 128 (12 January 2006) | doi:10.1038/439128a The startling discovery that terrestrial plants produce the greenhouse gas methane is sending scientists in two disciplines, not to mention a few politicians, back to the drawing board. The newly revealed methane emissions have taken plant physiologists by surprise, because far more energy is required to create […]

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