If you are looking for a guided tour in the world of plant anatomies, search no more and check out the Twitter threads from Adrien Luyckx, from UCLouvain.
Cambridge researchers have shown that plants can regulate the chemistry of their petal surface to create iridescent signals visible to bees.
Heat during flowering damages the kernels before they develop.
April Windle presents The Wonderful World of Lichens: Introduction to Saving Devon’s Treescapes
Stress memories using epigenetics are helping plants adapt to climate change.
It’s not your imagination, some plants are prepared for your hoe when you try to eradicate them from your garden.
Plants might not feel pain as such, but they need a way to get damage signals around their body. A new study uncovers some of the process.
The best botanist on YouTube gives a guided tour of the Chihuahua Desert.
We’ll be aiming to expand the range of what we can share.