Modelling unveils the role of photorespiration in stabilizing the Calvin cycle.
Genetic analysis of a popular Costa Rican palm suggests that its genetic diversity could suffer from human action.
Hunting at high altitude, where the insects are few, can be difficult. Quite a few pitcher plants prefer to wait for a delivery.
The fungus Botrytis cinerea can infect many plants, but how can it get past so many different defences? Does it have a variety of tools or one highly effective tool?
The Titan arum produces a smell like rotting flesh. Now botanists have analysed the chemicals and found that the smell changes over the two days that the plant flowers.
The long days of summer are stretching into winter, with LED street lights replacing the retreating sun.
Plant cell communications could help cure cancer in humans.
Active carbon pools need to be included for accurate simulation of plant growth patterns under fluctuating environments.
Mobile and plant-based measurements of fossil fuel CO2 can help quantify decarbonization progress in cities
Looking for pictures of plant anatomies? Check it the rich image library of plant pictures from the Berkshire Community College.
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.
The event that killed off the dinosaurs had a huge impact on the Vitaceae family, the plant family that includes the wine grape.
Cambridge researchers have shown that plants can regulate the chemistry of their petal surface to create iridescent signals visible to bees.