This study reveals the optimal metabolic adaptation of E. densa stems to submerged habitats via lysigenic PCD and schizogenously formed aerenchyma
Contador et al. use minirhizotron techniques to examine below-ground growth in field-grown walnut (Juglans regia)
Orinus as a model system: multiple approaches & lines of evidence are applied to determine species boundaries for plants in the Qinghai–Tibet Plateau.
Lu et al. manipulate rhizome connections in the field in the facultative epiphytic rhizomatous fern Selliguea griffithiana (Polypodiaceae).
The principles and procedures involved in the study of archaeological and historical wood, which may be preserved through a variety of processes,
A review of the current state of knowledge about plant defences highlights insights into herbivore adaptations that allow them to cope with these defences.
Results suggest that the co-ordinated action of carbohydrate metabolism and hormone synthesis enables C. obovata to survive unfavourable field conditions.