The Zamiaceae are often considered ‘living fossils’, but a close study of how they have evolved over millions of years can give a glimpse into the lives of past plants.
Can electron microscopy techniques provide new insights into the development of primary phloem fibres in hemp?
Transitional stages in fig relatives show increasingly enclosed flowers.
Domatia in a member of the mint family are caused by cell proliferation, not leaf rolling
Does “Essentials of Developmental Plant Anatomy” cover the essentials of developmental plant anatomy? Nigel Chaffey looks over the introductory textbook.
Sporangiophore development and Equisetum strobilus: how fossils and reproductive morphologies illuminate horsetail origins and homology