Integrating plant functioning at organ scale can simulate the phenotypic plasticity of plants.
When humans selected for bigger seeds in maize, they may have also unintentionally improved its root system.
New research finds that root capturing more nutrients could help wildlife breathe many miles away.
Can a better understanding of ecosystem nitrogen cycling allow us to more accurately predict invasive insect outbreaks?
Researchers use 3D modelling of rice canopies to determine how nitrogen availability affects photosynthetic productivity.
How does the optimality of photosynthetic resource distribution relative to light availability vary across a wheat population?
The four species showed similar patterns in their absorption and use of phosphorus and nitrogen.
Yes, but you’ll need nitrogen and somewhere dark.
Drosophyllum lusitanicum, also known as the Portuguese sundew or dewy pine, is unusual even for carnivorous plants in that it lives in dry environments. Typically, carnivorous plants live in nutrient-poor wetlands, so does it really gain much from carnivory?
Evaluation of a generic biomass partitioning model demonstrates accurate temporal patterns of biomass and nitrogen partitioning.