How can plants react to so many chemicals? Do they need a vast array of sensors? New research says not.
What is it that makes a plant get up and stay up? A new review looks at the creation of secondary cell walls. These microscopic features are the key to understanding the architecture of the plants we see around us.
Where did your complex cells come from? A new model literally turns an old theory inside out.
Jean-Marc Brillouet et al. have identified a new organelle in plant cells: the ‘tannosome’ is involved in the formation of condensed tannins.
A study finds that manipulation of transfer cells may provide new opportunities for improving crop yield.