Ulrich Kutschera

Dr Ulrich Kutschera is a professor of evolutionary biology and plant physiology at the University of Kassel, Germany, and a visiting Scientist in Stanford/Palo Alto, CA-USA. He is not only an expert in animal evolution and behaviour, but also an experimental plant physiologist with a focus on crop species, like sunflower, maize and rice. As author of some 300 scientific publications plus 13 books on a variety of topics he has a broad knowledge in the biomedical sciences.
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tags: biology, plant ethics, plant intelligence
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tags: gender theory, homosexuality
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