Combining experimentally measured single root phene datasets with a 3D continuum multiscale soilroot model enhances the mechanistic insights in soil-root processes that are important for water and P uptake.
The variation of montane environments means that the genetics of alpine goldenrods populations differ more than their lowland cousins.
When drought passes the signals to restart the development of rhizomes in Festuca arundinacea are on different regulatory pathways to the signals that turned it off at the start of the drought.
Botanists have been examining the genomes of Scottish varieties of barley to see if they can pass its ability to manage manganese to popular cultivars.
One way invasive species spread through an area is by harnessing variability in traits, but this doesn’t match observations of invasive species on the slopes of Mount Teide.
Work continues trying to boost Camelina’s value as an oilseed crop.
Changing temperatures on Marion Island will remove restraints holding back invasive grasses.
Lomatia stores the ingredients for cyanide, somewhere in its flowers.
A rise in carbon dioxide could affect production of plant defences in unexpected ways.
Daffodils and Snowdrops need the right temperatures in a few seasons to germinate. Will a changing climate cause problems?
You can’t predict how a Yucca gloriosa will react to drought from its anatomy alone.