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Our academic paper on plants in board games

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I think I discussed this with a couple of members here ages back. Our lab (and my girlfriend and son!) has just released an academic paper on how plants are represented in modern boardgames, for a special "Plant Blindness" issue of Plants People Planet (a Wiley journal). 

 

https://nph.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/ppp3.10057

 

I'm sure as many here are actually hardcore board game players you may have an issue with some of our categorization and methods (we argued for hours about many things), but if you want to give it a click then please do (as the journal likes a bit of engagement :)

And yes, you may well spot a major mistake or two, if so PM me so I can feel horrible about it :D (too late now)

 

 

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I am way to simple to most likely understand any of it (even the diagram above perplexs me) but i will of course give it a read.

 

I'm impressed by the fact that you have a full family affair involved, i find that impressive.

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