It’s the colours you cannot see that are important to the bees of Cameroon.
A study of deer browsing has uncovered the contribution of soil chemistry to ‘the ghost of herbivory past’.
Why do some places have more invasive species than others? Essl and colleagues look at human action.
How do grasses make cellulose for cell walls? Brabham and colleagues have been examining the genes.
Can rhizobacteria in the soil help plants’ systemic resistance to infection?
Wild germplasm can potentially be used to improve the salt tolerance of crops by the identification of useful genes and incorporation of these into salinity-sensitive cultivars.
Thinning snow pack cover could alter how snow molds interact with plants over the winter.