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Jonathan Drori: Every Pollen Grain Has a Story (TED video)

Pollen is the essential link towards abundance. When observed under a microscope, it reveals an exciting diversity and ingenious creativity — one unknown to most people yet mind-boggling for archeologists, forensic scientists and gardeners. Enter the fascinating world of pollen, thanks to Jonathan Drori.

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  1. Awesome images! Just a small correction – at the start Jonathon defines pollen as “a flower’s way of making more flowers.” But of course non-flowering plants (including the monterey pine he gives an example of) produce pollen too. I want an electron scanning microscope in my house!

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