Changes in atmosphere's chemistry show up in wolves' bones.
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A natural Sistine chapel shows not religious paintings but images of sprawling tree trunks and fallen leaves.
Green thumb or not, most of us have at least one houseplant because it links us back to nature, a new study claims.
The planet might once have been dominated by microbes that used a molecule other than chlorophyll to harness Sunâ€™s rays.
The heavyweight of the flower world never fit in with the other plants, until now. Scientists found the basketball-size bloom belongs to a plant family made up mostly of teeny blossoms.
Chew on this: our early ancestors chowed down on more than fruits and leaves, they also fed on grasses, roots, and grazing animals, scientists announced today
When the stringy dodder plant emerges, it bobs and sways to find the perfect host plant, then sucks the life out of it. See the video.
The equations that describe the pull between planets can be applied to how insects spread disease from flower to flower.
They work the night shift, let their roots die, and fend off thirsty predators to conserve every precious drop.
The emergence of flowering plants 100 million years ago may have led to the explosion in ant diversity that occurred around the same time, scientists say.
When sagebrush is damaged by insects, it broadcasts the predator's presence by releasing odors into the air.
Plants in some of the most diverse ecosystems on Earth don't have enough birds and bees to allow them to fruit to their full potential, a new study finds.