🌱TWiB November 8, 2021

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Often I’ll see stories as I compile this newsletter, and wonder how I missed them. However, this week has been busy, so I’m not quite so annoyed with myself for missing some things. One item I’ve included is a video highlighted by former AoBBlog editor Alan Cann, on the importance of dead wood. I should be making time to follow more videos with so many seminars being uploaded to YouTube. The Linnean Society channel alone would keep me busy for a long while.
Assuming I don’t lose track of time watching seminars, I’ll be compiling another collection of links to send you next week. Until then, take care.
Alun (webmaster@botany.one)

In Botany One
Tolerance to waterlogging in relay sown grain legume crops
Piecing together the Zamiaceae family tree reveals the evolution of how plants 'breathe'
Floral development and vasculature of Eriocaulon (Eriocaulaceae)
Cultivating interest in fruits
The nature of eyebright intraspecific genome size variation
News & Views
Jane and 'The Mummy!': Linnean Links to Gothic…
A 150-Year-Old Note From Darwin Is Changing How We Plant Forests
Ross Piper
Superb illustration showing some of the life that depends on deadwood.

You can get it here.
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🎨Jeroen Helmer/ARK Nature https://t.co/GVRTvXQ9B2
Gingko Fossil Tea by Susannah Lydon & Robin Lamboll
Linnean Society Collections Profile
Announcing the Rising Black Scientists Awards
Steven Falk - Don't Stop the Rot
Steven Falk - Don't Stop the Rot
Scientific Papers
Population genomic analysis of Aegilops tauschii identifies targets for bread wheat improvement
Extinction risk of Mesoamerican crop wild relatives
Terrestrial-type nitrogen-fixing symbiosis between seagrass and a marine bacterium
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