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How would geometric leaves and flower petals evolve?

These Plants evolved in an environment of extreme competition for sunlight, and growing a completely opaque canopy became their "weapon" of choice. They would grow a perfectly flat, umbrella-...
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How would geometric leaves and flower petals evolve?

Rock Camouflage The plants camouflage with rocks. You have to come up with dramatic long-term geological history. For example, at some point the underlying ground had volcanic fissures that made the ...
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How would geometric leaves and flower petals evolve?

“I'm less concerned of why they might evolve this” … Unfortunately, with evolution, how is why. Why does geometric leaves benefit seeding the next generation? The only idea I’ve been able to ...
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How would geometric leaves and flower petals evolve?

If we assumed that there were evolutionary forces selecting for plants with geometric leaves, whether they be triangular, square, pentagonal, hexagonal or whatever, as long as it's consistent for each ...
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How do these plants capture cosmic rays?

Putting aside the issue on the abundance of the cosmic rays and the amount of energy they can provide to a living organism, their capture and conversion into usable energy can take place with the ...
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