Botany and Zoology

Abscisic acid (ABA) and low temperatures increase cold-hardiness in grapevine dormant buds « Botany...

It has been reported that low temperatures and the plant hormone abscisic acid (ABA) induce the expression of CBF/DREB1 transcription factors in vegetative...

Cross-disciplinary research needed to unleash the potential of plant morphology « Botany One

There were many great articles concerning cross-disciplinary research at the interface between plant biology, mathematics and computer science before...

A small dose of plant science and Focus with Forest.app « Botany One

Plant Development according to Forest App.Plants on Earth being productive at some point in their life cycles is critical for their – and...

Botanists see the start of tropicalisation « Botany One

How does saltmarsh become mangrove swamp? To find out Aaron Macy and colleagues visited the northern limits of black mangrove Avicennia germinans. The...

When did the first flowers open? « Botany One

Angiosperms, the flowering plants, are the most diverse group of land plants. As they’re so successful, you might think their origins are well...

The plant that farms other plants for food « Botany One

The genus Utricularia is a collection of over 200 species of carnivorous plant found around the world. Above the ground, they look pretty,...

In vitro axenic germination and cultivation of mixotrophic Pyroloideae (Ericaceae) « Botany One

Pyroloids, forest sub-shrubs of the Ericaceae family, are an important model for their mixotrophic nutrition, which mixes carbon from photosynthesis and from their...

The nervous system in the cyclostome bryozoan Crisia eburnea as revealed by transmission electron...

The organization of the cerebral ganglion The anatomy...

Nutritional quality modulates trait variability | Frontiers in Zoology

The theory of phenotypic plasticity predicts that virtually all biological systems inherently include variation of characters at all organization levels . This variation...

Anticipatory parental effects in a subtropical lizard in response to experimental warming | Frontiers...

Although field enclosures provided relatively simple conditions compared to the complex environments that lizards experienced in nature habitats (e.g. food limitation and predation risk...