Charles Davis and Elena Kramer Unravels Mystery of How World's Largest Flower Develops

November 4, 2013
Photos (from left) by Jeremy Holden and Charles Davis

Charles Davis and Elena Kramer were among authors of a paper published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences that solved the nearly 200-year-old mystery of how Rafflesia, the largest flowering plants in the world, develop. The Rafflesia (left) and Sapria closely resemble one another yet are actually built in a fundamentally different way. Harvard Gazette.

See also: Faculty News, 2013