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🌱 TWiB August 2, 2021

The Week in Botany
This week it was Black Botanists Week on Twitter. It’s both an inspirational and frustrating hashtag to follow. The reason for both feelings is that it’s crammed full of amazing researchers doing fascinating work, and there’s so much to see that I feel I must have missed a lot of it.
As always I’m selecting the stories shared by people following @BotanyOne on Twitter. I try to choose from an equal number of days so no one story dominates the week, but this week it’s been impossible to ignore the forest fires, as they’re everywhere. I could probably have filled the news section entirely with forest fire stories.
I hope there’ll be more cheerful news next week. In the meantime, stay safe.
Alun (webmaster@botany.one)

In Botany One
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Geographic variation in shoot structure linked to fruit size in Camelia japonica
Many mangrove restorations fail. Is there a better way?
What makes a pitcher plant's trap so slippery?
The rise and fall of carbohydrates in the trees of the north
Pulling trees from clouds with mobile laser scanning
The mighty ash, tree of materials, mythology and medicine
News & Views
Anatomy of a monster: How the Dixie fire became California's biggest of the year
Who’s getting pulled in weed-out courses for STEM majors?
Senegalese plant circular gardens in Green Wall defence
Scientific Papers
Identifying gaps in the photographic record of the vascular plant flora of the Americas
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