Tegan is a rubber tree

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Have you heard about division planes in growing leaves? Well, you should have, because we literally talked about this yesterday on the blog. If you’re not doing your homework, I don’t see why we should put in an effort to educate you. Just kidding, we repeat everything that was written yesterday (and more!)

Paper of the week is also yesterday’s blog post: Whitewoods, C. D., Gonçalves, B., Cheng, J., Cui, M., Kennaway, R., Lee, K., … Coen, E. (2020). Evolution of carnivorous traps from planar leaves through simple shifts in gene expressionScience367(6473), 91–96.

Joram’s favourite plant is Puya raimondii. Here is the story about the early flowering plant from the gardens in Berkeley.

Tegan presents the life and work of George Washington Carver

Joram says bye-bye to the Sunk Cost Fallacy

Yay, more funnel web spiders!

Xenobots are coming to get us

Mapping the dynamics of research networks in ecology and evolution using co-citation analysis (1975–2014)

Araby Comic on Arabidopsis research

Correlative three-dimensional super-resolution and block-face electron microscopy of whole vitreously frozen cells (on bioRxiv)

6 Reasons for Researchers to use twitter, even if you believe you don’t have anything to say (because you probably still do)

Collective nouns: supernatural and cats

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