Increasing salinity could free some shade-averse plants from the shadows of their neighbours.
Unpredictability means that the traits needed to survive in seasonally flooded marshes are different to tidally flooded marshes.
The SAUR41 genes are ABA inducible and active during seedling establishment.
How will coastal ecosystems change when some seedling can tolerate rising tides, and others cannot?
Rising sea levels mean increased salinity for plants on the shore, but how well do coastal plants cope with salt? New research says they’re surprisingly bad at it.
A fragment of the 4D chromosome containing TaALMT1, introgressed into an elite durum cultivar, shows that the fragment enhances root growth in acid soil.
Kalidium gracile has 3 life history traits to help ensure persistence at a site: polycarpic perennial life cycle, persistent seed bank and dormancy cycling.