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In the past four decades, tremendous progress has been made in understanding how plants respond to microbial colonization and how microbial pathogens and symbionts reprogram plant cellular processes. In this review, the authors highlight research that begins to shed light...

source: From Cell Host & Microbe

Changes in vapor pressure deficit (VPD) are important for terrestrial ecosystem structure and function. Leaf and canopy photosynthetic rates decline when atmospheric VPD increases due to stomatal closure.

source: From Science Advances

Scientists have found how to relieve a bottleneck in the process by which plants transform sunlight into food, which may lead to an increase in crop production. They discovered that producing more of a protein that controls the rate...

source: From Communications Biology via Seed World

In a new study, researchers from the University of Bristol have found that taking advantage of a plant's circadian rhythm could help reduce the amount of herbicide needed for spraying crops. The concept is similar to chronotherapy, which...

source: From Nature Communications

Every fall, the leaves of deciduous trees undergo a dramatic color change before forfeiting their newfound hues, fading to brown and dying. The process can take weeks, but Owen Reiser, a mathematics and biology student at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, wanted...

source: From Smithsonian

Check out this robust and straightforward method for whole-plant live ROS imaging of mature plants grown...

source: From Molecular Plant via ScienceDirect


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