The latest news on plants
Scientists create precise representation of the height and coverage of U.S. forests and woodlands
As gold prices soar, so do deforestation and mercury pollution.
Tree rings allow scientists to study droughts in Mexico year by year.
Forest landowners are beginning to turn carbon to cash.
Research critical to climate modelers, management agencies.
Bacterial colonies form cones like those on early Earth.
Zygaena caterpillars and their herbaceous hosts independently evolved an identical recipe for cyanide.
Mathematicians reveal that ruffling at the edge of each petal drives the delicate flower to open.
What we hear can help to measure health of an ecosystem.
The Mimosa plant, which folds its leaves when touched, can be used to model new adaptive structures.