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AoBPLANTS

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AoB PLANTS is an open-access, online journal that publishes peer-reviewed articles on all aspects of environmental and evolutionary biology. Published by Oxford University Press, AoB PLANTS provides a fast-track pathway for publishing high-quality research, where papers are available online to anyone, anywhere free of charge. Reasons to publish in AoB PLANTS include double-blind peer review of manuscripts, rapid processing time and low open-access charges.

Seed dormancy and germination vary within and between species of milkweeds

Declines in pollinator populations and monarch butterflies require restoration of habitats with the plants and floral resources that support them. Monarch butterflies in particular...

3D-modelling of buttress region and roots gives allometric carbon formulae

The largest uncertainty in humans' contribution to climate change from land use is the fate of carbon that was belowground in pre-modified forests. In...

Maize nutrient uptake and photosynthesis in intercropping

Maize and wheat are globally important food crops. The two species can be grown as an intercrop, with substantial land sparing in the order...

Expansive reed populations – alien invasion or disturbed wetlands?

In southern Africa a pattern of Phragmites spp. reed expansion has occurred in recent decades that has shown a similar trend to cryptic invasions...

Tree seedling growth capacity under climate change

Predicting the effects of climate change on tree species and communities is critical for understanding the future state of our forested ecosystems. In a...

Diurnal and nocturnal pollination in a nursery-pollinated species

Nursery pollination is an unusual plant–insect interaction in which an insect is both pollinator and seed-predator. Depending on the abundance of the nursery pollinator...

Spore liberation in mosses

The ability to perform hygroscopic movements has evolved in many plant lineages and relates to a multitude of different functions such as seed burial,...

Wetland seed dispersal by white-tailed deer

Understanding the dispersal of wetland plants is important to the conservation of species in patchy or isolated wetland environments. In a recent study published...

Induced Resource Partitioning: Effects of Mycorrhizae and Herbivory

Plants simultaneously interact with beneficial and antagonistic organisms such as mycorrhizal fungi and herbivores, respectively. In a recent article published in AoB PLANTS, Orians...

Tissue- and cell-specific cytokinin activity in poplar under drought

Climate change with increasing periods of drought is expected to reduce the yield of biomass crops such as poplars. To combat yield loss it...

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