The model can reproduce the measured data, and so opens up avenues for applying this original procedure to other experimental data.
Wang and colleagues review the relationships between key phytohormone classes and cellulose deposition in plant systems.
Capstaff and colleagues investigate how soil-derived fulvic acid may boost growth of alfalfa
Examining patterns of mineral accumulation in plants gives clues as to how some plants can accumulate extreme amounts of some minerals
Increased chromosome number due to UV is known to occur in lab experiments, but does it happen in real environments?
Understanding what makes invasive plant species so good at invading may help us protect vulnerable plant biodiversity.
More evidence that the damaging potential of small plastics needs to extend to terrestrial environments.
A major transition in plant growth habit may have driven evolution of certain root traits
Advances in computational models may allow us to quickly predict responses of important food crops to environmental stresses in the field, and to identify the genetic basis of these.
Trait sensitivity to the environment is most visible during earlier stages of development, after which intraspecific trait variation and relationships may stabilize.
Interactions between plants and fungal symbionts are not always balanced affairs.
Whole genome duplication is often associated with gains in plant developmental complexity. Does this include secondary metabolites?