Botanists collated genetic data from 51 different genetic studies on Acacia species to compare genetic diversity between native and invasive populations.
Ramoneda et al. propose specific experimental approaches to utilize the wild ancestors of crops to determine whether crop domestication compromised the benefits derived from root microbial symbioses or not.
Invasion changes the landscape, but it also changes the invaders too. But can you study that when the invaders are trees with long life spans?
The study highlights the value of a niche perspective for understanding the geographical context and functional significance of floral traits.
Impatiens glandulifera has invaded distinct habitats in Central Europe that show remarkable differences in shade, soil acidity and competition.
How do you control a problem like Acacia pycnantha? First, figure out what you are dealign with.