Stark and Brinda study cultured sporophytes and vegetative shoots from a single genotype of the moss Aloina ambigua.
The widespread tendency towards declining fruit set from first to last flowers on plants may contribute to temporal variation in allocation optima.
A new model provides a framework to test the current genetic models of floral transition in wheat.
The length of the growing season and the resulting amount of growth could respond differently to climate change.
A study of lateral shoot growth in Scots pine over 7 years finds that daily maximum growth rate correlates positively with growth duration.