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7000 botanists together at the 6-yearly Congress #IBC2017

Seven thousand botanists have never come together in one place before. But we are all meeting at the International Botanical Congress in Shenzhen, #IBC2017,...

Preparing for #IBC2017 and tweeting from China

Six years after IBC18 in Melbourne comes the International Botanical Congress in Shenzen. Yet it might be quieter on social media than the 2011 conference. We have made plans.

Climate change could increase biodiversity – if a location already has biodiversity

Climate change could increase biodiversity with a couple of provisos, and those provisos are important.

JD Hooker Bicentenary

It's conference season, and we're starting to visit conferences from the blog. Friday was the JD Hooker Bicentennial Meeting at the Royal Botanic Gardens...

Endemism Hotspots as Climate Change Refugia: A Special Issue of Annals of Botany

Centers of endemism have long been of interest to biogeographers, evolutionary biologists, and ecologists, and more recently to conservation biologists, who often recognize them...

Plant immunity: A Special Issue of Annals of Botany

Plants are constantly exposed to a range of pathogens and pests, with the emergence of new virulent pathogen races responsible for considerable global crop...

Roots Down Under: A special issue of Annals of Botany

Plant productivity is very dependent on favourable interactions between the roots and soil. These interactions not only drive water and nutrient acquisition but they...

The European Space Agency goes back to its roots

The roots are Arabidopsis roots. They'll be flying, along with the rest of the plant, on a parabolic flight to see how they react...

Robert Raguso will reveal The “invisible hand” of floral scent at BOTANY 2015

The Botanical Society of America meeting will be held in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada July 25-29, 2015. This year Dr Robert Raguso of Cornell University...

Mnemonics are an Effective Tool for Adult Beginners Learning Plant Identification

Mnemonics produce the highest retention rates of species identification.

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