AoB PLANTS is proud to have received endorsements from three distinguished scientists. Here’s what they had to say: “PLOS is delighted that AoB PLANTS is bringing together leaders in the field to articulate an open access vision that is aligned with the future of scholarly communication.” Cameron Neylon, PLOS Advocacy Director “At this time of [...]
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Napier grass is an important forage crop that has been grown over centuries and enjoys a multiplicity of uses besides conventional animal consumption.
Apple epigenetics might explain CO2 injury, which can cause major losses of fruit during storage.
Constitutive and herbivore-induced plant volatiles differentially attract an omnivorous biocontrol agent.
Bacteria in innumerable numbers share a deep and integral association with bananas, but show apparently mutualistic benefits with no obvious adverse effect.
The new “Editor’s Choice” section of the AoB PLANTS website features especially noteworthy papers of broad interest to the scientific community.
Sometimes saving water is more important than fixing CO2.