Tagged: Plant Science
Kew Gardens works on ensuring our future as a species on this planet, but with funding cuts, we may be facing crisis talks about Kew’s continued security.
Co-ordinated carbohydrate metabolism and hormone synthesis enables plants to survive unfavourable field conditions
Chrysolaena obovata, an aster of the Brazilian Cerrado, presents seasonal growth, marked by senescence of aerial organs in winter and subsequent regrowth at the end of this season. The underground reserve organs, the rhizophores,...
A novel aspect of how climate change might affect plant–pollinator interactions and plant reproduction.
A new study examines the role of plant hormones in mediating production of adventious roots in rice.
Stomatal density and aperture in non-vascular plants are non-responsive to above-ambient CO2 concentrations
Stomata are one of the crucial adaptations in the evolution of the land flora and the development of the terrestrial landscape and atmosphere on Earth. These microscopic pores on the plant epidermis first appeared...