Leicester Lit & Phil Natural History Section - Are there any saprophytes in the British flora?

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    The origin and evolution of carbon-acquisition through non-photosynthetic means - online via Zoom

     

    The nature of saprophytism and the applicability of the term to plants in the British flora will be discussed by Dr Richard Gornall, Director of the University of Leicester Botanic Garden. Two native plant species, both newly discovered in Leicestershire, are highlighted, and are used to illustrate the origin and evolution of carbon-acquisition through non-photosynthetic means. Join us online from 7pm for 7.30 - refreshments served from 7pm! 

    The Natural History Section is a registered charity with the aim of encouraging greater appreciation, understanding and enjoyment of natural history, particularly in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland (VC55). All Natural History Section members will be sent details via email. We are funded by membership subscriptions but non-members are welcome to join us at these events - we would like to ask all non-members for a voluntary donation (£2 suggested amount) for this online session to help fund our objectives: https://www.peoplesfundraising.com/donation/leicester-natural-history-section

    Natural History Section members will be sent details via email. Non-members - if you would like to join us online via Zoom at 7.00pm on Wednesday 02.12.2020, book your place here: https://forms.gle/GjsXgVFRxNjVdWjE6

    We will send an email to the address you submit with instructions on how to join on the day of the meeting.