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The First Flowers and Pollinator Coevolution

Lecture no. 15 from the course: Major Transitions in Evolution

The First Flowers and Pollinator Coevolution

Taught by Professor Anthony Martin and 1 others | 33 min | Categories: The Great Courses Plus Online Science Course

Flowers are so widespread that it’s hard to imagine a world without them. Return to just such a setting in the early Cretaceous period, and follow the selection pressures that led to primitive flowering plants, which developed in concert with the evolution of bees and other pollinating creatures.


August 28, 2016