Massive database of 182,000 leaves is helping predict plants’ family trees

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Abstract

The technique could be used on everything from flowers to cells to examine the factors that influence the shapes of plant parts.

Heidi writes about biology and medicine, and has a PhD from the University of California, Berkeley. Heidi has written for The Oregonian, edited for the Berkeley Science Review, and freelanced for a few other publications.

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