Phylogenetic placement of Borage + morning-glory adaptation + our project

1) Borage (borago officinalis) is a flowering plant of the family Boraginoidae. Part of the eukaryotic branch diphoda, borage and humanity's most recent common ancestor lived about 1500 MYA.

2) Though our observations are very diverse, they all have one common adaptation: flowers. Most of our observations have brightly colored flowers which attract pollinators, leading to reproduction.

3) Morning-glories (Genus Ipomoea) have long flowers that flare out at the top, increasing surface area available to absorb the light necessary for photosynthesis.

פורסם על-ידי finn602 finn602, ספטמבר 19, 2020 10:04 אחה"צ


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