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Flowers might have memories because of mad cow disease proteins

Prions are well known for causing degenerative illnesses in animals and humans – but might serve an entirely different purpose in plants
Independent

Flowers May Form Memories Using Mad Cow Protein

flowers may form memories using mad cow protein
New research has found that prions could be responsible for how the mother plants form memories.
Sky News

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Mad cow disease proteins could help memories form in flowers

mad cow disease proteins could help memories form in flowers
Scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology believe flowers use prions in the same way as yeast to help form memories of past weather conditions.
MailOnline

Horse trainer, 37, died from the human form of mad cow disease just days after being diagnosed 

horse trainer, 37, died from the human form of mad cow disease just days after being diagnosed 
Mark Douglas, 37, from Dumfries, Scotland, died of the rare brain disease Creutzfeldt-Jakob (CJD), which has been linked with mad cow disease, earlier this year.
MailOnline

Edinburgh horse trainer dies from mad cow disease within days of diagnosis

edinburgh horse trainer dies from mad cow disease within days of diagnosis
MARK Douglas died within a month of being diagnosed with the rare disease which kills less than 100 people every year and there is still no cure for the brain disorder.
Daily Record

France confirms case of mad cow disease

PARIS (Reuters) - France's agriculture ministry confirmed on Thursday that a case of bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE), or mad cow disease, had been discovered in the northeastern region of..
Reuters

France reports suspected mad cow case

PARIS (Reuters) - France has found a suspected case of bovine spongiform encephalopathy (ESB), also called mad cow disease, in the northeastern region of Ardennes, the agriculture ministry said on..
Reuters

How Much Oil Is Needed To Power Santa’s Sleigh?

Every year around the world, hundreds of millions of children wait anxiously for Santa Claus to arrive and bring presents and good cheer. But what if Santa never came? What if this year the reindeer..
OilPrice.com

Pages from the Past - November 23 1995

pages from the past - november 23 1995
HERE is the beef story:A VILLAGE primary school has wiped beef off the menu in the wake of fresh concern about BSE.It follows national media claims that some farmers were knowingly sending cattle for..
Lichfield Mercury

Driver arrested after van full of 'smokie' sheep seized

driver arrested after van full of 'smokie' sheep seized
CARMARTHENSHIRE'S Roads Policing Unit have made an arrest after a van full of illegally prepared sheep carcasses was seized.Smokies are prepared by blowtorching the skin off the unskinned carcass of..
Carmarthen Journal

Canada reopens market to EU beef

Canada resumes beef imports from the EU, which were blocked in 1996 because of the "mad cow disease" crisis.
BBC News

Mad cow disease leads to hyper-aggressive wolves terrorising Spanish farmers

Wolves have become far more aggressive because of measures instituted to prevent mad cow disease, researchers have said.
Independent

Case of Mad Cow Disease confirmed in Carmarthenshire

case of mad cow disease confirmed in carmarthenshire
A CASE of Bovine spongiform spongiform encephalopathy (BSE), or Mad Cow Disease, has been detected in Carmarthenshire, officials have confirmed. The disease was detected in a dead six-year-old cow as..
Llanelli Star Also reported by •Carmarthen Journal

Mad cow disease found in Carmarthenshire farm dead cow, officials...

mad cow disease found in carmarthenshire farm dead cow, officials...
A dead cow which was confirmed to have BSE - mad cow disease - was from a Carmarthenshire farm, officials have confirmed.It was discovered that the six-year-old cow had the disease during routine tests..
South Wales Evening Post

BSE case cow from Carmarthenshire

BBC Local News: South West Wales -- Farming officials confirm a case of 'mad cow disease' identified in Wales was from a farm in Carmarthenshire.
BBC Local News Also reported by •BBC News

Mad cow disease returns to UK

mad cow disease returns to uk
Mad cow disease is back in the UK for the first time in two years Government officials have confirmed.The disease, which is officially called bovine spongiform encephalopathy or BSE for short, caused..
Bristol Post

Mad cow disease in UK after being identified in dead cow

mad cow disease in uk after being identified in dead cow
Mad cow disease is back in the UK government officials have confirmed.The disease was confirmed in a dead cow in Wales for the first time since 2013.Rebecca Evans, deputy minister for farming and food..
Bath Chronicle


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