A new high-throughput method allows the identification and quantitation of 64 phenolic compounds in 20 minutes.
The highest EFN production in seedlings of Triadica sebifera (tallow tree )is induced by above-ground herbivory when below-ground herbivores are absent.
Fitzgerald et al. discuss the potential of burgeoning brachypodium resources to provide new insights into the host response to infection.
Results show that full-length SRKb is localized primarily at the plasma membrane and the secreted eSRKb product is not required for self-incompatibility.
Hu et al. determine a new positive relationship between atmospheric pCO2 and stomatal frequency in Quercus guyavifolia.
Tedder et al. report a new putative case of androdioecy in Swiss populations of the Arabidopsis relative, Cardamine amara (Brassicaceae).
Based on the phenotypic instability observed in Barley, definite trends in the development of ectopic flower structures can be outlined.
Examination of 1 nuclear and 4 plastid markers produces a phylogeny supporting the need to unite the taxons of two traditional genera, Myrcia and Marlierea.
Rhizophora mangle supports a thinner stem of higher mechanical resistance when compared to Avicennia germinans, a co-existing mangrove lacking rhizophores.
Results indicate the potential for metabolic profiling as a tool for examining plant–plant interactions.