Root hairs help maize take up phosphorus from the soil.
You might like a drink at Christmas, but Jenna Loiseau finds that sugarcane is REALLY thirsty.
Time-of-flight secondary ion mass spectrometry & quantitative analyses are used to study distribution of ferruginol in a 30-yr tree of Cryptomeria japonica.
Plant xylem from the sapwood of coniferous trees can remove bacteria from water by simple pressure-driven filtration.
No matter how well we think we understand water, there are always more surprises to uncover.
How the roots of land plants evolved, how root ecology affects the utilization of soil resources, and the influence of plant roots on biogeochemical cycles.
Studies show that fog water diffuses directly through leaf cuticles of Drimys brasiliensis and is transported through the xylem to below ground.
Sometimes saving water is more important than fixing CO2.
One important function of calcium is the part it plays in the water-splitting reaction of photosynthesis.