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Something Wild: Tree Sex
Something Wild: Tree Sex | New Hampshire Public Radio
Spring in New Hampshire is a double-edged sword. On one hand you have longer, warmer days —plants and trees are blooming! On the other hand, the pollen springtime trees produce can present an array of unpleasant seasonal symptoms. Yet pollen is so incredibly important to our survival — we think we should give it the credit it deserves. If you can recall your middle school science class you might remember that pollen is the male reproductive product of tree flowers — found on the anther and filament of male stamens — used to make new plant life. It needs to reach the sticky stigma, style, and ovary of the female pistils found in nearby flowers.
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13 Things to Know About Dendrophilia
The vast majority of eukaryotic organisms reproduce sexually, yet the nature of the sexual system and the mechanism of sex determination often vary remarkably, even among closely related species. Some species of animals and plants change sex across their lifespan, some contain hermaphrodites as well as males and females, some determine sex with highly differentiated chromosomes, while others determine sex according to their environment. Testing evolutionary hypotheses regarding the causes and consequences of this diversity requires interspecific data placed in a phylogenetic context. Such comparative studies have been hampered by the lack of accessible data listing sexual systems and sex determination mechanisms across the eukaryotic tree of life. Here, we describe a database developed to facilitate access to sexual system and sex chromosome information, with data on sexual systems from 11, plant, fish, amphibian, non-avian reptilian, avian, mammalian, and 11, invertebrate species.
In some cases, this presents as a sincere respect for trees or a desire to protect and care for them. Trees may become symbolic of sexual stimulation, or an image of a tree may be seen as phallic and arousing. Others may be turned on or enjoy having sex in the woods, near trees, but have no desire to engage with trees on a physical level. There are no case reports or studies about dendrophilia and how it manifests. Personal anecdotes are few and far between, too.