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🌱 TWiB August 23, 2021

The Week in Botany
Here’s another collection of stories shared by people following @BotanyOne on Twitter. It’s been a busy week for me, so a lot of these stories are ones I missed and will want to catch up on.
I’m hoping this all works ok. I’m writing this following a late night spent trying to capture an injured wild hedgehog. I gave up in the small hours as I wouldn’t have been in a fit state to drive. Wildlife cameras showed it hobbled past ten minutes later. I’m now in a ‘too tired to sleep’ state, so my apologies if I’ve broken a link to a story or paper somewhere.
The next issue will be with you at the same time next week unless I’m rescuing more wildlife. In that case, I’ll take a nap and send it a little later. Until then, take care.
Alun (webmaster@botany.one)

In Botany One
Simulating the effects of local wind reduction on shrub seed dispersal
The size and light requirements of plants might determine the future of a whole forest
Newly recognised carnivorous plant Triantha occidentalis
Predicting native plant responses to Japanese knotweed invasion
Does investigating the seed coat in Gnetum gnemon reveal how fruiting plants evolved?
What sound does Botany make?
The Why and How of Horizontally Expanding Leaf Patterns
News & Views
Indigenous Peoples are key to a healthier planet
Plantations and roads strip away Papua’s forests. They’re just getting started
A well-known wildflower turns out to be a secret carnivore
Glacier forelands reveal fundamental plant and microbial controls on short-term ecosystem nitrogen retention
They safeguarded nature, but now Malaysia’s Mah Meri face eviction for an eco-resort
Scientific Papers
Fairy lanterns in focus
A metabolic daylength measurement system mediates winter photoperiodism in plants
Careers
Conservation Outcomes Advisor - Woodland Creation
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