How well plants – and plant-like organisms – will function with forecast elevated levels of atmospheric CO2 – and the attendant increases in temperature associated with climate change/global warming – is a legitimate topic of concern and subject for research investment. And, given the importance of marine phytoplankton organisms to global productivity, understanding how those phytoplankters might be impacted by increased CO2 concentrations is of paramount importance.
Category: Plant Cuttings
Could leaves be causing communication chaos in modern life?
Today we bring you a veritable feast of botanically inspired, environmentally friendly projects and ideas, which may just influence our future lives!
This article focuses on the possible advent of human agriculture occurring 23,000 years BP.
Could your knowledge of botany be a gateway to undiscovered riches?
This article explores the future potential for DOI numbers to be used in identifying plant genetic resources for food and agriculture.
We explore some sporting dilemmas encroaching on botanical issues.
Could onions peel back the layers of future developments in artificial muscle construction and soft robotics?