A study of two species of grass in China finds that they have developed different methods to cope with the stress of saline-alkali soils.
It’s not enough to have phosophorus in the soil, plants have to be able to use it. A new study examines how salinity interacts with the ability to take up phosphorus.
Simulating seawater in the lab is more complicated than just getting the salt concentration right.
Three aquaporins are reliable tools to identify cotton genotypes tolerant to salt stress, based on expression of qPCR-transcripts
Can more water efficient photosynthesis be induced in plants? Montero and colleagues find Talinum triangulare can switch on CAM photosynthesis.
Kiełbowicz-Matuk et al. investigate variations in a Solanum DBB protein, SsBBX24, in S. tuberosum and S. sogarandinum and find evidence of trafficking from the nucleus to the cytosol during the light period.