In the prairies of Minnesota, Liatris aspera is almost a real-life phoenix
Blending traditional knowledge and Western science to strategise the battle against climate change
In a fire-adapted ecosystem, increased fire frequency altered community composition and structure of the ecosystem through changes in the position of the shrub line.
Why would a plant not frequently exposed to fire evolve to burn well?
Like the mythical Phoenix, the Portuguese Sundew is reborn from ashes, but that’s a problem when people protect your habitat from flames.
You might think that increasing forest cover is good news in Brazil, but that’s not always the case, according to a new study.
Differences at the individual plant level contributes to physical dormancy-breaking thresholds for five dormant shrub species from fire-prone vegetation
When species cohesion is maintained despite ongoing natural hybridisation.