Flower Power: The Physics of Pollination

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Pollination seems like a simple task, but complicated physics are at play. Photo by: Si Griffiths

The BioPhiles Blog has been quiet these days and I’m only just now starting to emerge from under a mountain of teaching work, grant proposals, and funding reports. But last month, BioPhiles made a guest appearance at GotScience.org, with an article about the physics of pollination.  To read all about flower power and the blossoms that withstand more G-forces than your average roller coaster, check out the article here.

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