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Some flowers have learned to bounce back after injury

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Coverage of a study by Scott Armbruster whch suggests some flowers have a remarkable and previously unknown ability to bounce back after injury

Period7 Apr 2020 → 30 Apr 2020

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TitleSome flowers can quickly recover from an injury and continue to reproduce
Degree of recognitionInternational
Media name/outletPravda
Media typeWeb
CountrySlovakia
Date30/04/20
DescriptionCoverage of research by Scott Armbruster which is the first to find some flowers can correct themselves after being knocked over
URLhttps://vat.pravda.sk/zem/clanok/548421-niektore-kvety-sa-dokazu-rychlo-zotavit-z-urazu-a-dalej-sa-rozmnozovat/?utm_source=pravda&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=rss
PersonsScott Armbruster
TitleThis study on “accidents involving flowers” is the most beautiful thing I’ve read during the pandemic
Media name/outletvox.com
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date22/04/20
DescriptionCoverage of research by Scott Armbruster which is the first to find some flowers can correct themselves after being knocked over
Producer/AuthorBrian Resnick
URLhttps://www.vox.com/science-and-health/2020/4/14/21208857/pandemic-plants-evolution-beauty
PersonsScott Armbruster
Title'Fascinating' study sheds light on plant adaptation
Degree of recognitionInternational
Media name/outletEcologist
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date9/04/20
DescriptionSome flowers have a remarkable and previously unknown ability to bounce back after injury, according to a new study
Producer/AuthorBrendan Montague
URLhttps://theecologist.org/2020/apr/09/fascinating-study-sheds-light-plant-adaptation
PersonsScott Armbruster
TitleDelicate flowers like orchids and sweet peas don't bruise easily and have the ability to bounce back after injury
Degree of recognitionInternational
Media name/outletDaily Mail
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date7/04/20
DescriptionArticle on a study by Scott Armbruster showing that flowers have an innate ability to bounce back after injury from falling branches or being trampled underfoot
Producer/AuthorJonathan Chadwick
URLhttps://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-8195395/Delicate-flowers-twist-bend-original-position-injury.html
PersonsScott Armbruster
TitleDelicate flowers can bounce back after being trampled on
Media name/outletBig World Tale
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited States
Date7/04/20
DescriptionArticle on research by Scott Armbruster which shows delicate flowers like orchids and sweet peas don’t bruise easily and have the ability to bounce back after injury
URLhttps://bigworldtale.com/science/delicate-flowers-can-bounce-back-after-being-trampled-on/
PersonsScott Armbruster

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