The Adaptations of Behaving Plants
The warty hammer orchid is only one of many plants with moving parts that play an adaptive role in the life of these organisms. This chapter examines Darwin’s methods of studying plant behavior, with his fascination for the adaptations of both those orchids and carnivorous plants that “behave” in order to achieve adaptive goals.
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