Can differences in xylem anatomy explain the contrasting responses of two olive cultivars to infection by the bacterium Xylella fastidiosa?
Uscola et al. use isotope labeling to study carbon and nitrogen movements in new spring growth in seedlings of 4 coexisting Mediterranean evergreen trees.
An analysis of patterns of genetic differentiation finds evidence of reciprocal gene exchanges between populations of Mediterranean and Saharan olives.
How, in molecular terms, does the vital interaction between pollen pollen and pistil work?