Field of Science

Math and aquatic plants arrive at the same answer

Click on over to Doc Madhattan's blog to find out what an amplituhedron is.  TPP remains uncertain, but when the small image of one appeared on the FoS banner, he was certain he was looking at the anatomy of a hydrophyte stem!  See for yourself!  The tissue so formed is called aerenchyma and is common in aquatic plants.  Cell walls expand between points of cell to cell contact forming large intercellular spaces.   

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