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  • Tansley Medal winning article 2016: Below-ground frontiers in trait-based plant ecology

    Tansley Medal winning article 2016: Below-ground frontiers in trait-based plant ecology

    Six below-ground research frontiers for advancing trait-based plant ecology.

  • Tansley reviews: the fascinating facets of plant selenium accumulation

    Tansley reviews: the fascinating facets of plant selenium accumulation

    Schematic model of selenium (Se) metabolism in plant mesophyll cells.

  • Secondary growth in the Arabidopsis hypocotyl

    Secondary growth in the Arabidopsis hypocotyl

    ERECTA (ER) and ER-LIKE1 (ERL1) are expressed in the hypocotyl during secondary growth and suppress excessive radial growth of the hypocotyl stele, especially the xylem tissue.

  • Prey recognition in Drosera capensis

    Prey recognition in Drosera capensis

    Immunolocalization of aspartic protease (droserasin) in tentacles of Cape sundew (Drosera capensis) 24 h after prey capture.

  • Climate and grass reproductive phenology

    Climate and grass reproductive phenology

    Locations of grass herbarium collections by species (represented by dot colors) and ecoregion (polygon colors and numbers) throughout the western USA.

  • Tansley Medal winning article 2016: Below-ground frontiers in trait-based plant ecology
  • Tansley reviews: the fascinating facets of plant selenium accumulation
  • Secondary growth in the Arabidopsis hypocotyl
  • Prey recognition in Drosera capensis
  • Climate and grass reproductive phenology

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Snap, digest, respire: scientists show how the Venus flytrap uses its prey’s nitrogen compounds to extract energy
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Plants engineered to express a fruit fly gene may help clean up TNT
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March 2017, Vol. 213 No. 4

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Cover image: A female Euglossa hovering in front of a Dalechampia blossom (note resin on the hind corbiculae). Courtesy of Elena Albertsen. (Opedal et al., pp. 1898-1908).

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