Plants, Pollinators and People: A Love Story - Kyra Krakos

Plants cannot move. But they still must survive and reproduce. Their solutions to this romantic problem are a fascinating set of evolutionary adaptations.

Kyra is an Assistant Professor of Biology at Maryville University, and a Research Associate at Missouri Botanical Garden. She teaches courses in ecology, plants and people, evolution, conservation and sustainability, and botany. Her lab focuses on two main areas of research that emphasize the need to understand the dynamics of the natural world in a changing environment.

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