Field experiment shows that competition for light is the key mechanism driving loss of plant diversity under eutrophication and lack of grazing.
Predicting phenology can provide insight into better management.
How do the architecture and spatial arrangement of shrubs impact understory species in a Canadian savannah ecosystem?
Throwing varying climatic conditions at plant populations can help preserve genetic diversity in a species.
A new study in the Journal of Applied Ecology reveals the importance of introducing symbiotic fungi with native plant species for restoring post-mining ecosystems.