Mystery of why some sunflowers track the sun across skies solved
Help me growBen Blackman,UC BerkeleyBy Emily BensonHere comes the sun. The heads of young sunflower plants — those with immature flowers — follow the sun during the day, then reverse course at night, so they’re ready to face the dawn. But no one knew how much of an advantage the plants were gaining from their daily dance, says Stacey Harmer at the...
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