Heat during flowering damages the kernels before they develop.
It’s not your imagination, some plants are prepared for your hoe when you try to eradicate them from your garden.
Integration of machine learning and crop modelling can optimize predictions of plant growth and yield.
An assessment of deep generative networks in creating realistic 3D data
Predicting phenology can provide insight into better management.
Bioengineering boosts photosynthesis and increases yields in food crops for the first time ever.
It may be that buds in winter are ‘on pause’ and they are in fact prepared to protect their contents in the changeable spring weather.
The closeness of plants affects architectural plasticity and carbon uptake.
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.
Presenting BioCro II: an updated software package for modular crop growth simulations.
Analysis of 31 tropical woody species with spines on their trunk has uncovered new explanations for the presence of spines on trees.