Botany courses to pursue in future?
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by /u/muchtoomuch123
1w ago
i have done my masters in botany and thinking about doing my phd in some botany course because botany and plants makes me so happy i love to study about them but im not sure like what field i should get into what should i go for can anybody suggest a subject or a field so that i can make my mind plus also a good university in United kingdom from where i can do my phd. submitted by /u/muchtoomuch123 [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Pls help me find a botany term in english. i cant find a proper translation, description below in text
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by /u/Albina-tqn
1w ago
i’m currently translating a german page for a foundation into english. its a website with informations about wild plants and cultivated plants. the text often explains that a plant is not native to this region but it kind of assimilated to the local climate and it occurs in the wild now. it is not considered invasive, the german word used “eingebührgert” which directly translates to neutralized/nationalized, it also means immigrants getting the citizenship of another country. is there a word or an eloquent way to describe this. a plant, originally not nativr to the region, now considered simi ..read more
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HS Senior Looking For Insight On Botany Education Within Accepted Colleges
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by /u/LowFlowBlaze
1w ago
Hello, I'm a senior in highschool and am having trouble deciding on what college whilst sifting through my acceptances, was wondering if anyone was able to offer any advice pertaining to each of the plant science programs at the colleges I've been accepted to, and perhaps maybe rank them. I'm well aware of the many other factors that go into picking a college, strictly looking at the plant science programs quality. Colleges -University of Wisconsin Madison -Cal Poly San Luis Obispo -Cal Poly Humboldt -UC Santa Cruz -University of Vermont Thank you! ​ submitted by /u/LowFlowBlaze [visit reddi ..read more
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Bananas - How common are infestations within the fruit itself?
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by /u/Unsightedmetal6
1w ago
Hi. This is a very important question for me. I've seen online that bananas can contain worms or maggots.(Although I've only seen obviously fake pictures/videos.) See https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/12001616/ where it confirms that maggots have infested a banana. There are reports of people eating bananas and accidentally also maggots which were in the banana. I am very paranoid (severe OCD) about possibly eating a maggot or worm in my bananas. So how common is it for an infestation to happen within the banana fruit itself? submitted by /u/Unsightedmetal6 [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Koeltz Botanical Books
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by /u/Potential-Honeydew31
1w ago
Anyone ever bought from them? They have a really nice selection of niche botany books but I was wondering if they are reliable. submitted by /u/Potential-Honeydew31 [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Botany/history question
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by /u/Historical-Impress28
1w ago
Hello all. I am writing a paper on the Great Leap Forward and am discussing some of the farming practices that led to the Great Famine and found a great account of how the soil was prepared. However, being a history major I am not sure how to use this information on how it would disturb and be detrimental to crop yields. The first hand account I discovered states the following Procedure for deep plowing and improving the soil: Use a plow or hoe to dig up the first layer of topsoil Move topsoil aside turn over the second layer of "immature soil" form the mature soil into hollow mounds burn ki ..read more
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Field guide for Wisconsin/Michigan/Illinois/Minnesota area
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by /u/ComlexSpeggle
1w ago
Anyone know of a good field guid for this area of the Midwest? I’m new to plants and stuff and want a good way to identify them. Thank you!! submitted by /u/ComlexSpeggle [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Question about an experiment with Pisum sativum
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by /u/TorGate-
1w ago
Hey everyone im currently working on a heat stress experimant with Pisum sativum and im just about to set up the growth chamber. The avg. daily temp. should be around 30C° unfortunately i cant really find any source about how much to lower the temperature during nightime to simulate an heatwave. If anybody could provide me with some insights/papers or advice that would be great. submitted by /u/TorGate- [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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One of my pea plants has flowers pink/red/majenta while the others have white flowers. The red one also has red spots where the leaves meet the stem. What's going on? They came from the same packet.
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by /u/TroyAndAbed2022
1w ago
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What makes the veins in the M. leuconeura erythrophylla and does it serve any purpose for the plant?
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by /u/leftoverfucks_given
1w ago
I have this pretty plant growing at home and i love how it looks, but I've always wondered why the veins are red and if there's any reason they are. I cant find anything about it online so i thought id ask here submitted by /u/leftoverfucks_given [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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