Oxford Plants 400 was created as a countdown to 25th July 2021, marking 400 years of botanical research and teaching at the University of Oxford.
A review of ‘Nature Plants’, the latest offering from the Nature Publishing Group.
Plant species that survived the K–Pg extinction event had fast-growth ecological strategies corresponding to high assimilation rates & low carbon investment
The aerial roots of epiphytic plants perched high above the ground on trees photosynthesise, as well as absorbing water from their surroundings.
2015 is the international year of soils and light.
In order to survive in desert-like areas. date palms substantially rely on the exploitation and recharge of the stem reservoir in their water budget.
Kazuo Yamazaki and Simcha Lev-Yadun suggest reflect that the production of white trichomes by some plants might mimic arthropod silk.
Were UK MPs wrong for employing gardener to remove autumn leaves by hand from lime trees in New Palace Yard?
A recent report by Kadaba Seshadri et al. documents use of bamboo as a breeding base for Indian frogs.
Mnemonics produce the highest retention rates of species identification.