Cyanobacteria can provide an important source of nitrogen for mosses, but some mosses are better at attracting them than others.
One of the most ancient forms of life on the planet might be more common than we thought.
This week Nigel Chaffey finds he has a vision problem that needs more than a trip to the optician.
This week Nigel Chaffey takes a closer look at mosses, the mighty colonisers of the land.
As free-living organisms and as symbionts in lichens, Nostoc species are both pioneers and permanent members of harsh ecosystems.
A review of current knowledge concerning associations between nitrogen-fixing bacteria and non-legumes, with an emphasis on recent advances.