Should African Violets have a conservation tariff to help protect their natural habitats? A new book asks some serious questions about the plants with which we share our homes.
One way invasive species spread through an area is by harnessing variability in traits, but this doesn’t match observations of invasive species on the slopes of Mount Teide.
Plant-pathogen networks tend to be modular, with pathogens specialising on specific hosts. What happens when a pathogen arrives from elsewhere?