Believe it or not, we had a c
hatBot write our title this week. Oh the wonders of science. Speaking of science: plants. Plant science. Sciency plants. planty planty planty science. Now!
- You want to reduce the carbon footprint of your food? Focus on what you eat, not whether your food is local – Our World in Data
- Multiple ecosystem service synergies and landscape mediation of biodiversity within urban agroecosystems – Jha – 2023 – Ecology Letters – Wiley Online Library
- We read The Garden Jungle by Dave Goulson in the Plant Book Club
- Some insects I found inside dried Turkish figs from Trader Joe’s
- Our Story on wasps and figs: There might have been a wasp in your fig – but don’t throw it away!
- Figs and Mulberries, inside and out | The Botanist in the Kitchen
- Korea’s Demilitarized Zone — Google Arts & Culture
- Mining museums for historical DNA: advances and challenges in museomics
- Origins of Coca: Museum Genomics Reveals Multiple Independent Domestications from Progenitor Erythroxylum gracilipes | Systematic Biology | Oxford Academic
- Paper about gget by Laura Lübbert
- Using genome structure, rather than gene trees, to infer relationships in ancient allopolyploid lineages | Nature Portfolio Ecology & Evolution Community
- Genome structure-based Juglandaceae phylogenies contradict alignment-based phylogenies and substitution rates vary with DNA repair genes | Nature Communications
- Licorice is not only delicious it also acts as a pesticide
- Nagai Nagayoshi – Wikipedia
Our opening and closing music is Caravana by Phillip Gross
Until next time!