Identification of traits affecting pollen performance
Introducing cageminer, an R/Bioconductor package to prioritize candidate genes by integrating GWAS and gene coexpression networks
In urban areas, gardens and parks can provide green oases among the concrete, and birds are adapted to fly in and settle in these areas. But not all green spaces are the same.
Birches may have developed white bark to warn herbivores that they’re not good to eat.
Author Keith Seifert is a charming guide as he introduces us to a fungal world many of us are largely unaware of.
Fragrances produced by plants are excellent for attracting pollinators, but how do they prevent unwanted guests from arriving?
An assessment of deep generative networks in creating realistic 3D data
Camera traps show that it’s not missing pollinators that leave an Australian shrub critically endangered.
Scientists find that reducing fertilizer input to a field can help plants call for assistance when fighting off herbivores.
Surveying machine learning methods to improve detection of binding sites.
Plants regularly have unprotected sex. How do they avoid unwanted infections?
Predicting phenology can provide insight into better management.
Bees may be using their sense of smell to detect and avoid stressed plants.
Planting Clues should not only appeal to the general reader, but will also serve well as a textbook for an undergraduate course on forensic botany.