Trees have been, are, and will continue to be a valuable renewable resource for myriad products from construction materials to books. To keep up with demand...
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Utricularia vulgaris isn't a slimming aid as such. It's just hard for a fish to grow when someone else has eaten all the fleas.
If an invasive species is a problem, isn't the answer simply to remove it? A new review by Wardle and Peltzer shows it's a bit more complicated than that.
Chemical isotopes in tree rings can help us learn about past environments, but how can you extract them without interfering with measurements?
Mike Jackson, former Chief Editor of Annals of Botany and AoB PLANTS has taken a look back at the past 125 of Annals of Botany, and found some tips for the...
A new article argues that conservation shouldn't be left to the countryside. There are major impacts to be made looking at pollinators in the city.
What could make sex better for a plant? When it brings in new genes from other plants. And this is what happens when faba beans get heat stress.
Today trees reach for the light. However, a recent article says that back in the Devonian period, plants played by different rules.
In the Pantanal it's possible that botanists have found a plant that taking it's first steps - upwards.
If you want to get a Sundew to feed on its prey, it has to do more than just wriggle.