University of Greenwich
University of Greenwich
Biology Virtual Twilight Lecture - Fantastic Flowers: Advertising for Pollinators. This talk will introduce how flowers have evolved to ensure they are visited by pollinators in a competitive environment, and what some of the most recent research is teaching us about why flowers look and smell the way they do. at University of Greenwich

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Science Biology Virtual Twilight Lecture

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Event Summary:

Biology Virtual Twilight Lecture - Fantastic Flowers: Advertising for Pollinators. This talk will introduce how flowers have evolved to ensure they are visited by pollinators in a competitive environment, and what some of the most recent research is teaching us about why flowers look and smell the way they do.

Full Event Details:

The twilight lectures are aimed at students currently studying at Level 3, to complement their studies and to provide an insight into studying these disciplines at degree level. Both students and their teachers are welcome. Students are permitted to attend independently.

Flowers are stunning, colourful and show an incredible range of phenotypes (varying scents, shapes, colours). This talk delivered by Dr Sarah Arnold will introduce how flowers have evolved to ensure they are visited by pollinators in a competitive environment, and what some of the most recent research is teaching us about why flowers look and smell the way they do.

Join us on the 16 March at 16:30 - 17:30.

Suitable For:

Individuals (Enquiry not required to be through a school)
Teachers (CPD)

Duration:

Short Session

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Minimum number of students:

1



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