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Michela Osnato talks to Dr. Jae-Seong Yang and Dr. Ivan Reyna-Llorens about their recent Plant Synthetic Biology conference in Barcelona.
Hikori Sato explains why a living forest isn’t just a collection of trees.
“It’s easy to see how The Age of Seeds could be an award-winning book.”
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.
Botanical gardens provide access to vital plants and water for butterflies in the southwest US. This will only become more important as the climate becomes warmer and drier.
Ladybugs, or Ladybirds, are popular insects with gardeners with a taste for pests like aphids, but it’s not just prey that’s important. Entomologists have examined plants to see what else a ladybug looks for in a home.
Botanists have found disturbance can increase pollination and seed set for an Arum on Mallorca. So why isn’t that good news for the plant?
Ecologists find that while birds can scatter seeds, sometimes they take their treasures too far to aid a plant.
The best method depends on your goal, need for accuracy, and computing allowance
An examination of herbarium records has helped track the dynamics of plant invasions.
A top-quality pillow is essential for a good night’s sleep, but what pillow do you need for the longest sleep? A study of pillows in Polish graves shows that Catholics and Protestants had different ideas.
New research from the Gregor Mendel Institute of Molecular Biology finds evidence of ‘genetic imprinting’ in a non-vascular plant for the first time.
Welcome to two editors who will expand Botany One’s horizons.