It’s easy to see how herbivory could lead to defences in plants, but what happens when the attackers start using those expensive defences for their own benefit?
Have we banished the hungry gap? Pat Heslop-Harrison has been talking to BBC Radio Leicester.
Investigations of Primula oreodoxa have revealed several features that differ from classic textbook descriptions of heterostyly based on P. vulgaris.
Is academia about having the right answers to problems? Emily Larson argues that it’s the process of getting there that’s important.
This week, the biggest flower on the planet, also known as the “Queen of all Parasitic Plants”, has come to Oxford – but not in the way you would might expect.
What does it mean to work towards Sustainable Development? Pat Heslop-Harrison, editor of Annals of Botany, has been discussing the issue in Brussels with European stakeholders.
William Hammond, on an increasing threat to trees in the USA and elsewhere – drought and the embolisms it causes.
David Cutler, a former Chief Editor of the Annals of Botany, is retiring from the Company.
What happened to AoBBlog and why Botany One? We’re evolving.
What do you think of when you think of plants?
The debate on naming continues. What makes a name scientific?