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Scientists are more likely to study bold and beautiful blooms, but ugly flowers matter too

By Kingsley Dixon, John Curtin Distinguished Professor, Curtin University
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New research found colour played a major role skewing researcher bias — pretty, vibrant flowers get more scientific attention than dull plants, regardless of their ecological significance.

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