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Fibonacci Series of numbers can be explained as rows of number with the numbers in the row equaling the last number in the row The Fibonacci sequence can be generated by the rule f1 f2 1 FN1 FN fn-1 httpwwwworld-mysteriescomsci17htmtop This pattern is well known in the fields of math and science but what is really amazing is its pattern within nature The Fibonacci number sequence could be called one of the principal laws of nature httpwwwworld-mysteriescomsci17htmtop The Fibonacci Series of numbers can also be seen in Nature Everything from flowers to rabbit breading to the human head and hand can be related to the Fibonacci numbers Although plants may not known about this little sequence they just grow in the most effective ways Many plants show the numbers of Fibonacci in the arrangement of their leaves around their stem Pine cones or fir cones also show a sequence of numbers as well as sunflowers and daisies In many cases the leaf arrangement is related to maximizing space for each leaf So nature isnt trying to use the Fibonacci numbers they are appearing as a by-product of a deeper physical process That is why the spirals are imperfect The plant is responding to physical constraints not to a mathematical rule httpwwwworld-mysteriescomsci17htmtop If a flower is examined closely enough you can see the arrangement of petals on a flower f we were to do so we would find that the number of petals on a flower that still has all of its petals intact and has not lost any for many flowers is a Fibonacci number 3 petals lily iris 5 petals buttercup wild rose larkspur columbine aquilegia 8 petals delphiniums 13 petals ragwort corn marigold cineraria 21 petals aster black-eyed Susan chicory 34 petals plantain pyrethrum Fibonacci numbers can also be seen in the arrangement of seeds on flower heads In the figure below you can see that
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