Plants and Pipettes

we talk about plants and (used to) use pipettes


What are you doing with your life? Are you having a good time? You’re about to because this here is another episode of the best podcast about plants and pipettes you’ll hear all day. This, is plants and pipettes – the podcast.

Try this non-privileged ice breaker: What is the most boring fact about yourself?

The paper of the week is: Flood, P.J., Theeuwen, T.P.J.M., Schneeberger, K. et al. Reciprocal cybrids reveal how organellar genomes affect plant phenotypes.Nat. Plants6, 13–21 (2020).

Tegan’s favourite plant genus is Prasophyllum. This is the post by the Australian government about the threatened species.

Joram presents the life and work of Sophia Jex-Blake.

Tegan present the Von Restorff Effect

Change what you eat and not where it comes from

The Coronavirus brings researchers together in the fight against the disease. Buzzfeed collects misinformation about the outbreak.

This play-do cell is too cute.

Penguin poo is pink

Production value and video likeability

Antifragile is a word

This is a fox in Joram’s garden

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Our opening and closing music is Caravana by Phillip Gross

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