Impact factors for AoB journals are up.
Through plant–animal interaction, black bears have been shown to help growth and reproduction of yellow rabbitbrush, by feeding on ants.
This study of the fossilised stem of a royal fern in Lahar deposits from Korsaröd in Scania includes cellular details that are ‘exquisitely preserved’.
By August 2012, the Annals of Botany had been published without a break for 125 years.
Roses are from Asia.
Rare and monotypic Amborella is probably the living – extant – flowering plant closest evolutionarily to the first true member of the angiosperm group.
In this and my next few posts we conclude our look at essential plant macronutrients that started in some previous articles, and this time concentrate on the last four of the nine elements –…
This free review article focuses on two morphologically distinct and evolutionary distant fruits: the capsule of opium poppy, and the grain of cereals.