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Darwin’s Passion for Plants - Shared screen with speaker view
Charles Zimmerman (NYBG)
16:42
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Uhunwa Igho Osagie
17:22
Hello from Nigeria
Joaquim Santos
18:06
Hi from the Herbarium of the University of Coimbra (COI), Portugal!
Charles Zimmerman (NYBG)
29:25
International Plant Names Index: https://ipni.org/
Charles Zimmerman (NYBG)
29:44
So happy to see you all joining us at the New York Botanical Garden from important places and institutions worldwide! Welcome!
Tamara Pastori
32:53
Hello from Brazil! Thanks for the opportunity to participate in this amazing webinar :)
Maria Franco Trindade Medeiros
33:54
Thank you so much for your words and for this preciouse moment of exchange! Here goes a hello from the National Museum of Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)!
Charles Zimmerman (NYBG)
38:49
Circumnutation in Arabidopsis: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y8bjxLiwY9E
Heidi Guest
42:30
Hello Nigeria, Coimbra and Rio de Janeiro! I'm on the west coast of Canada.
Matthew O'Donnell
44:09
fascinating!
David Rubenstein
46:07
This is one of the best lectures on any science topic I have ever attended. What a great lecturer!
Douglas Daly
46:19
some of you may be interested in the following recent paper about climbing plants: Sperotto, P., Acevedo-Rodríguez, P., Vasconcelos, T.N.C. et al. Towards a Standardization of Terminology of the Climbing Habit in Plants. Bot. Rev. 86, 180–210 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s12229-020-09218-y
CARLOS HENRIQUE FELIX DA SILVA
46:42
Very interesting talk! Hello from North-East of Brazil =)
Sabine von Mering
47:01
Thank you very much for organizing this wonderful Webinar! Kind regards from Berlin, Germany
Sue Frary
47:12
Hello from Texas Master Naturalists.. thank you for great subject
Carlo A. Balistrieri
50:42
Thanks Douglas! I’ll look forward to reading this over the weekend….
Vanessa Sellers
51:36
Glad so many plant lovers are joining us from Latin America, welcome all!
Nicola Flanagan
54:10
Fascinating! What a shame he didn´t know about Mendel´s work..
Nicola Flanagan
55:10
-he almost got there himself, but didn´t look at segregation of traits on selfing and outcrossing.
Leslie Day
01:10:13
Such a wonderful talk! Thank you!
Catherine Paris
01:10:14
Best to you, Robbin, from your friends in Vermont. Your talks make me even more excited to bring these ideas to botany students!
ALBA SOTOMAYOR ALGE
01:10:24
Thank you so much :)
Maggie Raywood
01:10:25
thank you Dr Moran! this was amazing
Michael Sundue
01:10:25
Wonderful talk Robbin! Thank you
Natalia Quinteros
01:10:26
Thank you!
Nicola Flanagan
01:10:26
Thank you!!
Leslie Main Johnson
01:10:30
Thanks you for a lovely talk.
Gustavo Shimizu
01:10:30
Great talk!! Thank you very much!!
T LAVERTY
01:10:30
WONDERFUL !!!
Avery Hansen
01:10:31
Wonderful! Thank you
Fernanda Cabral
01:10:32
Excellent talk, Robin!!!
Maria Ana Farinaccio
01:10:34
THANK YOU!
Douglas Daly
01:10:35
great job!
Britta Kuempers
01:10:35
Wonderful talk! Thank you!
ALBA SOTOMAYOR ALGE
01:10:37
will this be saved and shared? :D
Heidi Guest
01:10:38
Thank you so much!
Fernanda Cabral
01:10:40
Miss you guys at the NYBG!!
Christine Zufelt
01:10:40
That was fascinating - thank you!
Fen Annarino
01:10:41
thank you so much!
Luciano Zandoná
01:10:54
Thank you
M Joanne Strauss
01:10:57
wonderful presentation!
Danuta Mullen
01:10:58
Thank you for the presentation!
janet little
01:10:59
This was great! Thank you so very much.
Tori Davis
01:11:01
Thank you this was fascinating!
Gerardo Sandoval
01:11:02
Gracias
Uhunwa Igho Osagie
01:11:16
Thank you Dr Moran for this wonderful talk!
Joaquim Santos
01:11:22
Amazing talk! Thank you!
Todd Slippey
01:11:27
Excellent presentation as always
Maria
01:11:54
https://www.amazon.com/What-Plant-Knows-Field-Senses/dp/0374533881 great read on plant communication.
David Barrington
01:12:54
Robbin, so well done! Thanks so much.
Elaine Hultgren
01:13:06
From Elaine Hultgren Brilliant Presentation
David Rubenstein
01:14:03
Will you make this presentation available on a recording?
Jefferson Prado
01:14:44
Thank you Robbin!
Barbara Ambrose
01:14:50
This talk has been recorded and will be made available on NYBG website.
Sylvia Rains Dennis
01:15:53
Wonderful introductory background, especially for early botany scholars. Thank you!
Martin Nickol
01:16:13
Great talk, thank you so much!
Vanessa Sellers
01:16:35
Yes, all is recorded. The recording will be sent to everyone signed up here by later next week, and kept in NYBG Lecture Library for the future. Greetings to all from NYBG!
Maria
01:17:25
Informative presentation. Thank you!
Sandi Auerbach
01:18:07
Thanks for a very interesting presentation!
DONNA ESPOSITO
01:20:05
Thank you for an excellent presentation!
Barbara Ambrose
01:20:09
Anyone interested in another Darwin walk at NYBG?
Maggie Raywood
01:20:10
thanks NYBG
Catherine Paris
01:20:22
And thank you NYBG for sponsoring this talk and this series!
Charles Zimmerman (NYBG)
01:21:25
UPCOMING WEBINAR (Friday @ 11am):.Jan. 29: William Wayt Thomas - “Plant Diversity in Brazil: Sedge Evolution and the Atlantic Forest”https://nybg-org.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_cgl9jZYHRx2UQrDUfCV84Q.SIGN-UP for our webinars mailing-list: https://nybg.org/webinar-signup
Martin Nickol
01:21:36
Thank you Charles, you are a lovely presenter
Charles Zimmerman (NYBG)
01:22:00
(VIDEO) Circumnutation in Arabidopsis: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y8bjxLiwY9E
Joaquim Santos
01:22:08
The link points to the today's talk Charles
Charles Zimmerman (NYBG)
01:24:01
(CORRECTED LINK)
Charles Zimmerman (NYBG)
01:24:18
Jan. 29: William Wayt Thomas - “Plant Diversity in Brazil: Sedge Evolution and the Atlantic Forest”: https://nybg-org.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Jd4iuJ1UQKKYBANxYKL0iA
Charles Zimmerman (NYBG)
01:25:46
Robbin’s Darwin Book Recomendations: “Darwin's Most Wonderful Plants: Darwin's Botany Today” by Ken Thompson
Charles Zimmerman (NYBG)
01:26:14
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