The surprises of color evolution

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Nature is full of colour. For flowers, displaying colour is primarily a means to attract pollinators. Insects use their colour vision not only to locate the right flowers to feed on but also to find mates. The evolutionary interaction between insects and plants has created complex dependencies that can have surprising outcomes. Casper van der Kooi, a biologist at the University of Groningen, uses an interdisciplinary approach to analyse the interaction between pollinators and flowers. In January, he was the first author of two review articles on this topic.

Period25-Jan-2021 → 26-Jan-2021

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  • TitleThe surprises of color evolution
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletAgenparl
    Media typeWeb
    CountryItaly
    Date26/01/2021
    DescriptionNature is full of colour. For flowers, displaying colour is primarily a means to attract pollinators. Insects use their colour vision not only to locate the right flowers to feed on but also to find mates. The evolutionary interaction between insects and plants has created complex dependencies that can have surprising outcomes. Casper van der Kooi, a biologist at the University of Groningen, uses an interdisciplinary approach to analyse the interaction between pollinators and flowers.
    URLhttps://agenparl.eu/the-surprises-of-color-evolution/
    PersonsCasper van der Kooi
  • TitleThe surprises of color evolution
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletTerraDaily
    Media typeWeb
    CountryAustralia
    Date26/01/2021
    DescriptionNature is full of colour. For flowers, displaying colour is primarily a means to attract pollinators. Insects use their colour vision not only to locate the right flowers to feed on but also to find mates. The evolutionary interaction between insects and plants has created complex dependencies that can have surprising outcomes. Casper van der Kooi, a biologist at the University of Groningen, uses an interdisciplinary approach to analyse the interaction between pollinators and flowers. In January, he was the first author of two review articles on this topic.
    URLhttps://www.terradaily.com/reports/The_surprises_of_color_evolution_999.html
    PersonsCasper van der Kooi
  • TitleThe surprises of color evolution
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletScience Codex
    Media typeWeb
    CountryUnited States
    Date26/01/2021
    DescriptionNature is full of colour. For flowers, displaying colour is primarily a means to attract pollinators. Insects use their colour vision not only to locate the right flowers to feed on but also to find mates. The evolutionary interaction between insects and plants has created complex dependencies that can have surprising outcomes. Casper van der Kooi, a biologist at the University of Groningen, uses an interdisciplinary approach to analyse the interaction between pollinators and flowers. In January, he was the first author of two review articles on this topic.
    URLhttps://www.sciencecodex.com/surprises-color-evolution-665525
    PersonsCasper van der Kooi
  • TitleThe surprises of color evolution
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outlet7thSpace
    Media typeWeb
    CountryUnited States
    Date26/01/2021
    DescriptionNature is full of colour. For flowers, displaying colour is primarily a means to attract pollinators. Insects use their colour vision not only to locate the right flowers to feed on but also to find mates. The evolutionary interaction between insects and plants has created complex dependencies that can have surprising outcomes. Casper van der Kooi, a biologist at the University of Groningen, uses an interdisciplinary approach to analyse the interaction between pollinators and flowers. In January, he was the first author of two review articles on this topic.
    URL7thspace.com/headlines/1438049/the_surprises_of_color_evolution.html
    PersonsCasper van der Kooi
  • TitleThe surprises of color evolution
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletEurekAlert!
    Media typeWeb
    CountryUnited States
    Date25/01/2021
    DescriptionNature is full of colour. For flowers, displaying colour is primarily a means to attract pollinators. Insects use their colour vision not only to locate the right flowers to feed on but also to find mates. The evolutionary interaction between insects and plants has created complex dependencies that can have surprising outcomes. Casper van der Kooi, a biologist at the University of Groningen, uses an interdisciplinary approach to analyse the interaction between pollinators and flowers. In January, he was the first author of two review articles on this topic.
    URLhttps://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2021-01/uog-tso012521.php
    PersonsCasper van der Kooi
  • TitleThe surprises of color evolution
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletPhys.org
    Media typeWeb
    CountryUnited Kingdom
    Date25/01/2021
    DescriptionNature is full of color. For flowers, displaying color is primarily a means to attract pollinators. Insects use their color vision not only to locate the right flowers to feed on but also to find mates. The evolutionary interaction between insects and plants has created complex dependencies that can have surprising outcomes. Casper van der Kooi, a biologist at the University of Groningen, uses an interdisciplinary approach to analyze the interaction between pollinators and flowers. In January, he was the first author of two review articles on this topic.
    URLhttps://phys.org/news/2021-01-evolution.html
    PersonsCasper van der Kooi
  • TitleThe surprises of color evolution
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletBrightSurf Science News
    Media typeWeb
    CountryUnited States
    Date25/01/2021
    DescriptionNature is full of colour. For flowers, displaying colour is primarily a means to attract pollinators. Insects use their colour vision not only to locate the right flowers to feed on but also to find mates. The evolutionary interaction between insects and plants has created complex dependencies that can have surprising outcomes. Casper van der Kooi, a biologist at the University of Groningen, uses an interdisciplinary approach to analyse the interaction between pollinators and flowers. In January, he was the first author of two review articles on this topic.
    URLhttps://www.brightsurf.com/news/article/012521530027/the-surprises-of-color-evolution.html
    PersonsCasper van der Kooi
  • TitleThe surprises of color evolution
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletScienmag Science Magazine
    Media typeWeb
    CountryUnited Kingdom
    Date25/01/2021
    DescriptionNature is full of colour. For flowers, displaying colour is primarily a means to attract pollinators. Insects use their colour vision not only to locate the right flowers to feed on but also to find mates. The evolutionary interaction between insects and plants has created complex dependencies that can have surprising outcomes. Casper van der Kooi, a biologist at the University of Groningen, uses an interdisciplinary approach to analyse the interaction between pollinators and flowers. In January, he was the first author of two review articles on this topic.
    URLhttps://scienmag.com/the-surprises-of-color-evolution/
    PersonsCasper van der Kooi
  • TitleThe surprises of colour evolution
    Degree of recognitionRegional
    Media name/outletScience Linx News
    Media typeWeb
    CountryNetherlands
    Date25/01/2021
    DescriptionNature is full of colour. For flowers, displaying colour is primarily a means to attract pollinators. Insects use their colour vision not only to locate the right flowers to feed on but also to find mates. The evolutionary interaction between insects and plants has created complex dependencies that can have surprising outcomes. Casper van der Kooi, a biologist at the University of Groningen, uses an interdisciplinary approach to analyse the interaction between pollinators and flowers. In January, he was the first author of two review articles on this topic.
    URLhttps://www.rug.nl/sciencelinx/nieuws/2021/01/the-surprises-of-colour-evolution
    PersonsCasper van der Kooi
  • TitleThe surprises of color evolution
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletBioengineer.org
    Media typeWeb
    CountryUnited Kingdom
    Date25/01/2021
    DescriptionNature is full of colour. For flowers, displaying colour is primarily a means to attract pollinators. Insects use their colour vision not only to locate the right flowers to feed on but also to find mates. The evolutionary interaction between insects and plants has created complex dependencies that can have surprising outcomes. Casper van der Kooi, a biologist at the University of Groningen, uses an interdisciplinary approach to analyse the interaction between pollinators and flowers. In January, he was the first author of two review articles on this topic.
    Producer/AuthorRene Fransen
    URLhttps://bioengineer.org/the-surprises-of-color-evolution/
    PersonsCasper van der Kooi
  • TitleThe surprises of color evolution
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletScienceDaily
    Media typeWeb
    CountryUnited States
    Date25/01/2021
    DescriptionNature is full of color. For flowers, displaying color is primarily a means to attract pollinators. Insects use their color vision not only to locate the right flowers to feed on but also to find mates. The evolutionary interaction between insects and plants has created complex dependencies that can have surprising outcomes.
    URLhttps://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2021/01/210125144542.htm
    PersonsCasper van der Kooi