Grasses’ Secret: They Have Flowers, and Some Are Gorgeous – Scientific American (blog)

Grasses’ Secret: They Have Flowers, and Some Are Gorgeous
Scientific American (blog)
Flowers initially evolved to attract pollinators that would improve the chances of the right pollen meeting the right stigma (wind being capricious). But since grass flowers reverted to a wind-pollinated state — the likely ancestral state of flowering

    

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