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Thu, 27 May 2021 19:43:13 +0000http://thatsmaths.com/?p=2593#comment-9096[…] each number in the sequence is equal to the sum of two numbers before it. This odd pattern has led to great discoveries in natural design such as that found in seashell spirals and in sunflower seeds. It also serves many purposes in […]
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Thu, 06 May 2021 08:36:51 +0000http://thatsmaths.com/?p=2593#comment-9094[…] Sunflowers and Fibonacci: Fashions of effectivity. (2014, June 05). Retrieved April 25, 2021, from https://thatsmaths.com/2014/06/05/sunflowers-and-fibonacci-models-of-efficiency/ […]
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Wed, 30 Jan 2019 16:37:15 +0000http://thatsmaths.com/?p=2593#comment-6846[…] spiral. It is very frequently cited that this is the structure of many flowers such as the sunflower due to […]
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Thu, 31 May 2018 05:02:08 +0000http://thatsmaths.com/?p=2593#comment-6192[…] article on sunflowers + paper “Fibonacci patterns: common or rare?” is available here: Sunflowers and Fibonacci: Models of Efficiency […]
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Wed, 04 Jan 2017 20:19:11 +0000http://thatsmaths.com/?p=2593#comment-4749[…] Phyllotaxis is the botanical study of the arrangement of phylla (leaves, petals, seeds, etc.) on plants. More than four centuries ago, the great astronomer Johannes Kepler noticed the spiral patterns on plants but no satisfactory explanation has emerged until recently. Phyllotactic spirals form distinctive patterns in a variety of plants. For example, the leaves are often arranged in a helical pattern, as if winding around the stem. On pineapples, the hexagonal fruits fit together in interlocking families of helical spirals. The numbers of spirals are successive Fibonacci numbers like 5, 8 and 13. Sunflowers, which belong to the daisy family, usually have 55, 89 or 144 petals, and spiral patterns are evident in their seeds. Biologists described long ago how the phylla are arranged, but explaining why these patterns form is much more difficult, and it is only recently that real progress has been made. Classical explanations of phyllotaxis appeal to optimisation principles, but do not account for how these optima are achieved. (read more about the maths behind the efficient packing of sunflowers and many other plants here). […]
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Sun, 07 Feb 2016 21:05:17 +0000http://thatsmaths.com/?p=2593#comment-4432[…] Sources: Sunflowers and Fibonacci: Models of Efficiency […]
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