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Plants Use An Internet Made of Fungus

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It's called the "Wood Wide Web," and it might make you look at forests in a whole new light. Gross Science explains.

Mycorrhizal Fungi grow on the roots of plants and give them nitrogen and phosphorus in exchange for what?

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