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Arabinogalactan proteins (AGPs) and pectins in apple fruits during postharvest storage « Botany One

Changes in the arrangement of cell wall components determine cell wall properties (integrity, stiffness), thereby affecting the macro properties of fruits, which are...

What’s Not a Nut? « Botany One

Can you recognize a nut when you see one? Radford’s definition of ‘nut’ seems to be the most widely accepted definition in botany...

Can Early Career Researchers write reviews? The case of Zinc. « Botany One

Contemporary Citation Classic: Broadley MR, White PJ, Hammond JP, Zelko I, Lux A (2007) Zinc in plants. New Phytologist 173, 677-702. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1469-8137.2007.01996.x Philip White...

Do non-native pollinators provide services to native plants in Hawaii? « Botany One

A lot of Hawaii’s plants are in trouble. A new study by Clare Aslan and colleagues says over a third are threatened or...

Limb phase flexibility in walking: a test case in the squirrel monkey (Saimiri sciureus)...

The selective factors influencing footfall timings in quadrupedal animals are a topic of long-standing debate, with most of the discussion focusing on the...

Crowded developmental environment promotes adult sex-specific nutrient consumption in a polyphagous fly | Frontiers...

Resource acquisition during juvenile stages can have long-term implications through an animal’s life . In holometabolous insects, in which larvae often share resources,...

the resources of an understated diversity « Botany One

Banana cultivation is a long tradition for numerous communities in East Africa, growing particularly the robust diploid ‘Mchare’ variety in the Kilimanjaro and...

Successive leaflets within the same tomato compound leaf are “cellularly” the same « Botany...

The question of which cellular mechanisms determine the variation in leaf size has been previously addressed in plants with simple leaves. Dissecting compound...

Tanks, Zika and ornamental plants « Botany One

The plant group known as bromeliads famously includes the commercially important pineapple. However, that ground-growing member of the Bromeliaceae (the more formal name...

Realizing Crops in silico « Botany One

The Crops in silico initiative, co-led by in silico Plants Editors Stephen Long and Amy Marshall-Colón, proposes that multi-scale models ‘have the potential...