Liz Warren is a writer, teacher, and the director of the Storytelling Institute at South Mountain Community College. Warren is one of the mentors of the Arizona Storytellers Project and helps coach the tellers.
Flowering plants commonly duplicate their genome, or their entire set of genes, as part of their evolution. But research has said coniferous plants, like Pine and Spruce trees, don’t do this. Now, a University of Arizona lab is arguing otherwise.