Author: AJ Cann
Stomatal density and aperture in non-vascular plants are non-responsive to above-ambient CO2 concentrations
Stomata are one of the crucial adaptations in the evolution of the land flora and the development of the terrestrial landscape and atmosphere on Earth. These microscopic pores on the plant epidermis first appeared...
Ecologists broadly accept that the number of species present within a region balances regional processes of immigration and speciation against competitive and other interactions between populations that limit distribution and constrain diversity. Although ecological...
Live-cell imaging of Arabidopsis thaliana S-locus receptor kinase, the female specificity determinant of self-incompatibility
Expression and live-cell imaging of functional versions of the A. lyrata SRKb variant in A. thaliana stigma epidermal cells.
Making water lily flowers and tomatoes – this week in Annals of Botany.
The inferred biogeographic history highlights long-distance dispersal as a major process shaping the worldwide distribution of the genus Pteris.
As free-living organisms and as symbionts in lichens, Nostoc species are both pioneers and permanent members of harsh ecosystems.
Some good stuff in the recent edition of CBE Life Sciences Education.