Species with higher ploidy levels prefer cooler, wetter habitats than diploids.
Non-native aquatic Ludwigia species from a polyploid complex are among the world’s most problematic invasive plants. A new paper in AoBP finds out why.
A study of the genetic diversity of Miscanthus sacchariflorus has revealed that the centre of its diversity now lies under the Yellow Sea.
Doubling the chromosomes of Arabidopsis arenosa does not always lead to strong ecological niche differentiation.