Understanding what makes invasive plant species so good at invading may help us protect vulnerable plant biodiversity.
The genes of Harebell populations show the history of post-glacial colonisation.
Arundo donax often reproduces clonally, but a new study finds small differences can affect how it recovers from drought stress.
Ahern and Whitney use common garden experiments with common cocklebur, Xanthium strumarium (Asteraceae), to examine relationships between stereochemical variation in sesquiterpene lactones, herbivore damage and plant fitness.
The ability of P. canariensis to inhabit a wide range of ecosystems seems to be associated with high phenotypic plasticity.