I Want to Learn How to Think Beyond Academic Disciplines
Vol.2 2012.03.05 WATANABE, Yuichiro
Changes by Living Creatures in Guiding through Life
March 5 - 6, 2012
Many living creatures experience changes of environment while growing up. Whereas animals can migrate on their own, plants, once rooted in one place, cannot move elsewhere. Amidst such a constraint, plants are equipped with adaptive ability in relation to surrounding environments by means of changing certain things within themselves. Let us look at some real examples of those together. I would also like to attempt at contrasting insects with animals. I would be happy if you could find something in the class that you can relate to your own life.
- WATANABE, Yuichiro
- I do research on plants, the fact that they live in the earthly environment as well as the mechanisms for their survival, paying attention to genes and RNA molecules..I am not interested in teleology like why trees grow so much as mechanisms such as how they grow.
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