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A show about plants as viewed through the lens of evolution and ecology with a side of deranged ranting, crass humor, occasional profanity, & the perpetual search for the filthiest taqueria bathroom. Plant ecology, systematics, taxonomy, floral chemistry, biogeography and more. Joey Santore was a degenerate railroader for 15 years during which he taught himself Botany by reading textbooks and research papers in the cab of the locomotive while stealing time from work. He has traveled to 11 di ...
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Elim Christian Centre Botany

Elim Christian Centre Botany

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Elim Christian Centre Botany exists to be a centre of hope to reach, serve and influence the community of East Auckland. We are a church that welcomes as family, expects breakthrough, is invitational and are relevant to whoever walks through the doors of 159 Botany road, Botany Downs or listens to one of our messages online. We would love to connect with you and meet you at one of our upcoming Sunday services. Find out more at www.elimchristiancentre.org.nz
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Project Botany

David Brooksby

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The Project Botany podcast is a weekly audio tour of the fictional Project Botany facilities. Each of these tours will explore aspects of botany and help demystify the fascinating and mysterious field of botany. Check out our website projectbotany.com and keep an eye for Project Botany on Facebook and Twitter.
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Centering around the topics of botany, taxonomy, native flora, ecological and the evolutionary traits of plants, this podcast is designed to bring attention to and broaden the botanical knowledge of it's audience. While we can't know everything, with this podcast I hope to spark ideas and curiosity of the audience to dig deeper into botanical realms. Primarily focused on the native flora of North American, and in particular, New England, the majority of the topics and botanical species discu ...
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“How do you guys do cardio…” Come hang out with the boys as they’re joined by Coach Sam for an absolutely banger chat! Prepare to get to know the heart and soul of JB’s Gym as they spill the beans on why the equipment there is just so darn special and why they’ve all got a bone to pick with treadmills. Get ready for an exclusive peek behind the cur…
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In this episode we talk with Hunter Martinez of the Cactus Quest YouTube Channel about how he got into growing cacti from seed and lurking on them in habitat. We discuss the spirituality of loving plants and deserts, the pros and cons of the collector habit common among this family of plants, why so many cacti grow on limestone geology, and the ben…
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A series of extended rants about "F*ck the Honeybees", trying to settle beefs between friends, Male Primate Rivalry, Riding Trains in Mexico in 2005 & Brakemen with gold fronts, spreading the cult of native plant gardening via demonstration by example and killing lawns.Kirjoittanut Tony Santore
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A long-winded rant about the social media phenomenon known as Instagram Drug Bros™️ and trying to encourage them to seek spiritual refuge (como se dice nice) in education about plant ecology and evolution rather than just the hoarding and collecting of plants that may have been sourced through somewhat unethical means. Why is plant habitat just as,…
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“I can’t come to class, I hurt my…” A classic line echoing across the gym floor! But hey, is it just an excuse or a legit reason? Get ready for some laughs and insights as the boys spill the beans on their injury tales and how to keep those gains rolling while on the mend. Dylan’s on fire with his theories on why you’re suddenly not feeling the gym…
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“How do we keep our tribe honing sick skills while forging savage strength? Our bodyweight program has sparked countless office discussions and undergone numerous transformations to evolve into what it is today. But what drove these changes, and why might we be shaking things up again? Join Dyl and Paul as they delve into the savage art of bodyweig…
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What gets measured gets managed … Dyl and Paul dish out the ultimate guide to optimizing your training, both in and out of the classes! Discover the best tools—from apps to old-school pen and paper—plus unlock the secrets to mastering reps, sets, and workout complexity These fitness aficionados spill the beans on what’s worked wonders for them and …
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This is a science-heavy episode with Dr. Michael Windham, specialist in Cheilanthoid Ferns curator at Duke Herbarium. Even if you're not interested in this group, they're a great case study in numerous fascinating phenomena including convergent evolution, biogeography (dispersal vs. vicariance), why DNA sequencing is important to taxonomy, self-clo…
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The place for us to connect with our tribe … In this inaugural episode Dylan & Paul talk about why they wanted to start the show and what we can expect from the show In detail look of the JB’s training philosophy Banter from the boys Interviews with our tribe This show is for our people Listen Below The post #01 Welcome to the Jungle Botany Podcast…
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This episode consists of a rant about code-switching and friendship/cordiality through friction and being a pain in the ass, along with why dissecting flowers (and not just taking them at face value) with a razorblade or knife is important for understanding evolution, plant breeding systems and pollination ecology, what being "protogynous" is and w…
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Every wondered why new recruits to our tribe have to do foundations… We don’t train like other gyms so of course the way we get new members in classes isn’t like other gyms as well In this episode Dyl’s & Paul talk about what the foundation program looks like and why we do it. They also reflect on a time before the foundation and what effect that h…
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Did you know that there are four Jungles and counting… Dyl’s talks to Paul about his recent trip to our NR’s sister gym’s and his time spent with Teora (Jungle Botnay and Jungle Ballina Founder) and Esther (Jungle Cabba Founder) What similarities and differences do they have to our OG space here in Botany? People, vibes and training or is it the sa…
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A conversation with Tony Figueroa, Senior Manager for the Invasive Plant Program at the Tucson Audubon Society (no affiliation with the National Org) about preventing Buffelgrass and Stinknet from smothering fragile Desert Ecosystems in Arizona. We also discuss why some in the "online permaculture community" (oh gahd) have such an aversion to any a…
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A conversation with Dr. Kathleen Pryer (Director, Duke University Herbarium) and Dr. Michael Windham, (Curator of Vascular Plants, Duke University Herbarium) about the University's Decision to cut costs by closing the herbarium as well as the general trend in modern US Academia of failing to recognize the importance of Botany in society as a whole …
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Rants about encountering a cool new legume species in the fog deserts and giant cactus landscapes of Baja California, the diversity of perennial raaaaagweeds in the deserts, Gabbro soils, a buckwheat that produces flowers along the ground, Arugula acting invasive as hell in the Arizona Desert, escaping the cultural disease of Southern California, t…
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A long, disjointed rant about using and writing Dichotomous Keys and why it's sometimes a process of grasping for straws or throwing a bunch of stuff to a wall to see what sticks, what an ideal floral key might look like if it were written by a neurotic, rambling schmuck fixated on ecology and biogeography. Other subjects include the gradation betw…
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More Deranged Rants, this time about Javelina Management, Getting City Approval for Cactus Restoration and Street Trees, growing endangered plants from seed, Eocene Sandstone, growing xeric ferns from spore, working the Ozol Local and running freight trains along San Francisco Bay and much moreKirjoittanut Tony Santore
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Rants about Montezuma Cypress on the Rio Grande, Cool Desert Ferns in West Texas and the Subfamily Cheilanthoideae of the fern family Pteridaceae, DEA permits for Peyote, Mountain Lions vs. Auodads, kind Caucasian Birders behaving at the Mexican border, funding the research station in South Texas with the nice bathroom, and more.…
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Rants about South Texas Geology, Geologic Timeline Apps for your D@mn phone, why its better to water before a freeze, being dragged by a freight train leaving Ft. Worth Texas, how much self-hate someone must have in order to lower themselves to the point of patronizing Subway Sandwich shops, and more.…
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Rants about freezing while trying to sleep in the back of a truck in Lordsburg, New Mexico, why Agaves are monocarpic, the importance of having a "target list" should you ever get diagnosed with a terminal illness, fruit dispersal in Frankenia johnstonii, how rhyolite is just like Satan's play-doh, the biogeography of peyote gourds (Lagenaria sp.),…
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A roughly 77 minute rant about how an Australian plant in the legume Family named Crotalaria cunninghamii "looks a like a bird" but only to humans who have smoked copious amounts of weed and certainly not as a product of natural selection, how glyphosate works and why it's the lesser of two evils when used for restoration and invasive plant managem…
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Michelle Cloud-Hughes is a Cactus researcher, botanist and Desert Rat who specializes in one of my favorite cactus genera - Cylindropuntia: the genus of the dreaded Chollas. She has described a new species of Cholla, Cylindropuntia chuckwallensis, and spent 2 decades trudging up mountains and rockscapes of the Mojave, Sonoran and Baja Desert. In th…
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Jim Mauseth is a wizard with a microscope and a retired professor of plant anatomy at UT Austin, where he taught for 30+ years. Jim is an expert in Plant Anatomy with an emphasis on Cacti. In this podcast we talk about anatomical adaptations of cacti and why palms are not true trees.Kirjoittanut Tony Santore
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Dr. Peter Breslin is a Botanist out of Tucson Arizona specializing in Cacti, and recently did time in Brewster County Jail for "trespassing" to photograph some rare endemics that only grow on Novaculite (ancient biogenic silica) soils in West Texas. He also helped elucidate some of the evolutionary relationships between species that were formerly c…
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