Plants that have grown in partnership with human activity in meadows can be a great source of seeds for restoration projects, but their ability to germinate is also a problem.
Combining modelling approaches to better understand cultivated plant community functioning
How does drought influence the photochemical performance of reproductive structures of native and exotic bunchgrasses of the Great Basin?
The answer is not a simple yes, but research suggests that plants could help clean up the planet in several different directions.
Can wood anatomical traits of oak species explain their coexistence along environmental gradients in the mountains of Mexico?
Agricultural intensification affects butterfly populations, but so does the abandonment of farmland.
A new model can help botanic gardens discover where they should source endangered plants when they want to aid conservation efforts.
Climate change is about more than simply warming, and these other effects should not be overlooked.
Botanists find it’s easier to find the gene to cope with a problem if you carry more copies of genes.
Snow cover can delay the growing season of plants, but reducing it can also have negative consequences.
This study sheds light on the evolution of two endemic juniper species from the Qinghai–Tibet Plateau and their responses to Quaternary climate fluctuations
Can variation in seed morphological traits allow us to estimate genetic variation in seed banks of vulnerable plant species?