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Bolomor Cave Neandertals probably ate fruit, nuts and seeds of plants that once grew in the area, says coauthor José Carrión, an evolutionary biologist and botanist at the University of Murcia.
In the few years since botanists discovered this anomaly, scientists worldwide have tried with no more than limited success to figure out how mistletoes pull off this trick.
The city had long drawn botanists of international standing.
By the time the pair met, Sekaran had qualified as a botanist and worked in the Seychelles, Pakistan, and Morocco before returning home.
They enlisted the help of a botanist, a scientist who studies plants.
Herr Schleierer, a botanist, assured us that he once found upon one tree six and thirty different kinds of creepers and parasites.
It was dead, insofar as he knew, and apparently useless except perhaps as a club, but the botanist was delighted to receive it.
The whole procedure—taking the cosmic view—was almost pointless, but it would make the botanist happy, at least.
Named after Mr. Allan Cunningham, the botanist of the expedition.
A botanist of note, he had a remarkable conservatory where he cultivated geraniums only.
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