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How flowers excel in their hospitality: the evolution of papillate conical cells in petals is linked with accommodating the right visitors

Louis Ronse De Craene Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh, Edinburgh EH3 5LR, Scotland, UK. l.ronsedecraene@rbge.ac.uk Most flowers rely on animal pollinators for the transfer of their genes. As a result, flowers have developed different strategies to attract and reward pollinators, including … Continue reading

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