Botanists identify microplastics entering traps as reducing the growth of a carnivorous plant.
A new paper in PLOS One says trees outside your house can act as sentinels tracking the concentrations of potentially hazardous chemicals in your home’s air.
You might be surprised that it has any positive effects, but anthropogenic Nitrogen has been boosting the nutrients for sugar maples in Michigan. But these benefits are likely to be lost in the future due to rising CO2 concentrations.
The Chinese Tulip Tree might be thought of as purely ornamental, but new research finds it might help Beijing clean up its notorious smogs.