We started May with a revolution.
Things are happening behind the scenes (for example the site has been breaking on mobile phones). She’ll be responsible for the better things you see in the New Year.
This post was the most popular post on Facebook, but did get a lot of attention on Twitter too.
Markus Eichhorn proposed a new classification of plants, that he argues will improve their image. As Sarah Jose commented: ‘Come for the drugs, stay for the important lesson on plant defensive investment strategies’ – amazing line!!
In the spirit of revolution, the most popular blog post came from our sister Open Access journal AoB PLANTS.
An because AoB PLANTS is Open Access you can pick up Epigenetics of drought-induced trans-generational plasticity: consequences for range limit development for free.
Tomorrow we have mechanical moss and compound chemistry.