Botanists have developed an integrated approach to identify differences between closely related species.
Findings could help wine industry adapt to climate change
While lateral roots comprise the bulk of root length, axial roots function as a scaffold determining the distribution of these laterals.
Different types of plant interactions with a particular pathogen are characterized by the different oxylipin profiles of the host plant.
Botanists show for the first time that reduced phosphorus investment in lipids in plants improves phosphorus use efficiency in rice without reducing photosynthesis.
Botanists find that during soil drying, stomatal regulation is controlled by below-ground hydraulics in a predictable way.
Sun et al. used genomic data to reconstruct the phylogeny of Abelia and found a clear pattern of reticulate evolution in the group.
The special issue is due for publication in mid 2022.
High levels of H2O2 in a quiescent state prevents bud outgrowth.
Vitamin E is increasingly understood to be important for human health. An international team has been editing the barley genome to understand the genetic controls for the vitamin’s creation by the cereal.
The key to good fruit fruit is sugar. But what processes drive the accumulation of sugars in fruit?