May 28, 2020 — June 2, 2022

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1 Phylogeny of

Weird. Plans are loose with their genomes.

For a taster, Georgia Ray argues There’s no such thing as a tree (phylogenetically). Or a Lime, upon closer inspection. Lemons are real though.

Now cite Lynn Margulis.

See phylogenetics.

2 Incoming

Welwitschia lives for a thousand years with 2 leaves (and is on the national coat of arms of Namibia).

Hydnora! Amophophallus, a.k.a. corpse flower.

3 Sexual relations of

See plant sex.

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4 References

Deconstructing the Kingdoms | Mushroom.” n.d.
George. 2017. ‘Unveiling the Mysteries of Vegetation’: Botany and the Feminine.” In Botany, Sexuality and Women’s Writing 1760–1830.
Kerner von Marilaun, Oliver, Macdonald, et al. 1902. The natural history of plants, their forms, growth, reproduction, and distribution;
Scopece, Cozzolino, Johnson, et al. 2010. Pollination Efficiency and the Evolution of Specialized Deceptive Pollination Systems. The American Naturalist.
Thorogood. 2019. Hydnora: The Strangest Plant in the World? PLANTS, PEOPLE, PLANET.