If you take a look at a tropical rainforest, the species of plants you see can tell you the story about their life.
How does 18 years of experimental warming influence the bryophyte communities of sub-arctic heath and meadow ecosystems of northern Sweden?
Huang et al. propose that whole genome duplication events serve as a constant pump for continuous and high species diversification.
Did the Cyatheaceae become such a diverse family slowly over time, or in spurts? The largest molecular sampling yet points to gradual accumulation of species.
Climate is likely to change faster than many plant populations can travel, reducing biodiversity in the future.
Rainforests in the Southwest Pacific can be highly diverse, even on a global scale, displaying higher species richness than African rainforests.
Species richness and effective number of species decreased under experimental warming in meadow environments.