Why do students think plants are “boring”? One factor may be that they do not see plant movement in real time.
Posts Tagged “Plant Biology”
It’s not just humans waiting for Spring – recent research reveals that microbes are also looking forward to the new growth of plants.
Sometimes saving water is more important than fixing CO2.
The gaseous hormone ethylene plays multiple roles in regulating plant growth and development.
One important function of calcium is the part it plays in the water-splitting reaction of photosynthesis.
Phragmites australis (the common reed) is widespread though not native in many regions of the World, including North America.
Pollen is not a gamete. It’s a spore.