A new model produces 3D trees that are close to reality using predicted data.
Flavonoids help fine-tune a lupin’s response to low phosphorus availability.
It’s not enough to have phosophorus in the soil, plants have to be able to use it. A new study examines how salinity interacts with the ability to take up phosphorus.
A common claim is that rising carbon dioxide is actually good for plants. Research from Sweden shows that reality is more complicated.
Research from Japan reveals that mangroves can’t cope with cold feet.
You would expect to see flowers of Utricularia australis on display just above the surface of a pond or lake. Now botanists have found open U. australis flowers on a lakebed over four metres below the surface.
Integrating plant functioning at organ scale can simulate the phenotypic plasticity of plants.
A combination of morphological and physiological traits contribute to drought mortality, along with responses to night warming.
In the prairies of Minnesota, Liatris aspera is almost a real-life phoenix
A 19th century idea of how grass grows has proven more accurate than later ideas, according to new research.
Can high-resolution imaging and computational processing be used to quantify variation in photomorphogenesis among Arabidopsis seedlings?
A new study compares the accuracy of carbohydrate allocation and transport models for grapevine.
Researchers compare trade-offs between simplicity and accuracy when modelling greenhouse cucumber canopies.
Non-cylindrical stems have evolved multiple times within climbing plants and are a common climbing mechanism, aiding the climbers in anchoring to other plants or surfaces in search of light.