Time once again for the Moment of Science Word of the Day. Ready? Today's word is: Gametophyte.
A plant's nightlife may not include dining and dancing, but it does play an important role in its flowering season.
What is positive phototropism and why does it matter?
What keeps seemingly defenseless grass from hungry grazers?
In the spring, the eastern half of North America turns into one big spittoon for spittlebugs.
What do you think, is shelf fungus the tree's friend or foe?
Researchers have been studying moose for years and one thing they've found is while arthritis in moose is genetic, it's also triggered by the environment.
In addition to providing a spectacular light show, and scaring us to death, lightning also helps fertilize the soil.
Flowers broadcast their hidden treasure with bright colors, sweet scents and beautiful markings. However, flowers' markings are more than cosmetic...
Why does pollen from plants make your nose run? The answer involves protein and communication.