Blogger goes bananas (in a good way)
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Blogger goes bananas (in a good way)

I’m just writing a quick post here to point to another blog post at Vaviblog by Jeremy Cherfas on the recent paper Did backcrossing contribute to the origin of hybrid edible bananas?. Banana domestication revisited is well worth your time because the post connects de Langhe’s banana research to other domestication. In particular he connects it to research research in cassava published in New Phytologist as well as hooking it into older puzzles in banana domestication.

There’s been reaction in the blogosphere to an editorial in another journal by someone who has an aversion to bloggers. This post is a simple an elegant example of why we at Annals of Botany think science blogging matters. It adds context that we missed. Twice in my case, because my banana blog post didn’t reference the cassava research either.

Alun Salt

Alun (he/him) is the Producer for Botany One. It's his job to keep the server running. He's not a botanist, but started running into them on a regular basis while working on writing modules for an Interdisciplinary Science course and, later, helping teach mathematics to Biologists. His degrees are in archaeology and ancient history.

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