Brighton Museum

Bite-size Museum: ‘How plants can call for help’: A talk investigating examples of plant insect interactions

Pop-up guided tours, short talks and closer looks at stories from our eclectic collections led by Royal Pavilion & Museums staff.

Did you know that your garden plants have a whole repertoire of defence mechanisms against being eaten by a herbivore? This talk will look at some examples of insect body guards employed by plants. With Dr Anja Rott, Principal Lecturer in Pharmacy & Biomolecular Science at Brighton University.


Free with museum admission