Co-author Professor Phil Stevenson from the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew and the University of Greenwich's Natural Resources Institute said: "Caffeine is a defense chemical in plants and tastes bitter to many insects including bees so we were surprised to find it in the nectar.
What does NRI stand for?
NRI stands for Natural Resources Institute
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- Nanoelectronics Research Initiative
- Nanosystem Research Institute (Japan)
- NASMHPD Research Institute
- National Recovery Institutes
- National Rejectors, Inc. (various locations)
- National Remembrance Institute
- National Republic of Iran
- National Research Initiative (USDA)
- National Research Institute
- National Resources Inventory
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Co-author Professor Phil Stevenson from the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew and the University of Greenwich's Natural Resources Institute, UK, said: "Caffeine is a defence chemical in plants and tastes bitter to many insects including bees so we were surprised to find it in the nectar.
L) one of the world s largest brewers, is partnering with the Natural Resources Institute (NRI) and other organisations as part 3.
Luiz Augusto Horta Nogueira of the Natural Resources Institute of the University of Itajuba in Minas Gerais, Brazil now produces 16 percent of its total energy needs from bioethanol (made from sugarcane) and bioelectricity (made from bagasse, a sugarcane residue).
Gus Le Breton, the chief executive of PhytoTrade Africa, which lobbied for the EU ruling, said: "According to a report by the UK's Natural Resources Institute, more than 2.
A recent report by the UK's Natural Resources Institute concluded that sustainable wild harvesting of the fruit could potentially generate $1bn of trade a year for African producers.
Here, the Natural Resources Institute was able to develop an effective integrated pest management program, which was less polluting and less costly than the previous chemical control system.
Natural Resources Institute and Leatherhead Food International.