A new study uses computational modelling to determine how and why cotton quality develops.
Providing early career researchers with a new platform to have their voices heard and to quash the inequity in academic publishing.
A new study highlights areas of compatibility and strategies to move towards better communication and collaboration.
It’s not food, so why would cats chew on catnip and silver vine? Scientists have found cats are improving the plants’ mosquito repellent by damaging the leaves in a specific way.
Are you the kind of person who can’t stop talking about plants? This may be the post for you.
Using computational models to overcome the shortcomings of high throughput phenotyping field data.
Botanists have discovered the world’s largest plant in Shark Bay, but Shark Bay is unusually salty – so how could a plant thrive there?
The Quantitative Plant website is a comprehensive database of public datasets for plant phenotyping, image analysis software tools and models for plants.
Timing is everything. For seeds it’s a matter of life or death.
Chinese scientists used data from Magnolia plastid genomes to peer back millions of years to understand Cenozoic climatic changes.
It’s not just the quantity of pollen that’s a problem. It can also be the diversity – and that isn’t helped by invasive species.
Sundews are carnivorous plants that feed on small naive insects. So why does a fly deliberately lay its eggs on the plant?
Presenting BioCro II: an updated software package for modular crop growth simulations.
Plants have no opportunity to get out of the sun into the shade, so how do they avoid damage by UV-B light? The answer lies in the cuticle, the outermost layer of a plant.