Transition Studies in Flowering Plants  

by Rolf Baumberger


In evolutionary research, the strict use of selection theory as the sole explanatory approach is still common practice in the 21st century. Anyone who disregards this unwritten law can be outlawed.

Nevertheless, this is not followed here. The author tries to condense only physically measurable data to a quasi algorithm. This should provide qualitative knowledge for the interpretation of so-called hybridization forms in naturally occurring plants. We start with the Monkey flower Diplacus or Mimulus aurantiacus

Three further species in the USA, Spain, and Switzerland will be used as additional test organisms for the newly found algorithm

This is then condensed into a physically based evolutionary hypothesis. In particular, thermodynamics will be taken into account.

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  10-10-'19 rolfy