I ordered a “shrew-loo” sticker for my laptop today. The perfect gift for all the botanists in your life 😉🌱🌱🌱
Hello, Chapter 1. _Scaling relationships and vessel packing in petioles _ . Finally up in the April issue of the American Journal of Botany. onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/… . If you don’t have access and you want a copy, let me know.
Proofs, I’ve got proofs to check, and a conference abstract to write, and data to analyze, and two chapters to write, and grading… academia … 😬
I was sad to see Oregon go last night, but Notre Dame managed to play just enough defense to win, and Oregon gave up approximately a billion second and third chance opportunities. 🏀
Petioles everywhere … three species here. The real differences are in anatomy and in cross-sectional shape.
The annual “how long can we hold out until we turn on the heat” ritual began this morning. My goal is always Thanksgiving – we’ve never made it that long.
My advisor surprised me in the greenhouse yesterday and took some pictures of me making gas exchange measurements in my pelargonium forest.
It’s that time of the year when I scare undergrads asleep after pulling all nighters in the in the science buildings as I walk up to the greenhouse at 4AM.
Sitting here guessing the usernames of tech people I suspect are on micro.blog. Found so far: Federico Viticci, Marco Arment, Casey Liss, John Siracusa, John Gruber.
I had to replace one sensor again, but it looks like we’re back up to 16 working sensors! Round 2 starts tomorrow pending review of the data from the replaced sap flow sensors.