Wang and colleagues review the relationships between key phytohormone classes and cellulose deposition in plant systems.
What makes a plant tall? Scientists think it may be connected to a gene involved in responding to the hormone Auxin.
When soils dry they don’t dry uniformly, some parts remain damper than others. How does a reed like Arundo donax respond?
Plant melatonin appears to be a multi-regulatory molecule, similar to those observed in animals, with many specific functions in plant physiology.
Joseph Stinziano investigates how something you might find in jam controls how easily trees open or close access their leaves.
Results suggest that the co-ordinated action of carbohydrate metabolism and hormone synthesis enables C. obovata to survive unfavourable field conditions.