Some plants produce their own herbicides to ward off invaders and protect their turf.
Researchers find that caffeine evolved in coffee, tea, and chocolate independently.
You've seen TV ads lauding the slurping powers of paper towels; while we won't make any exorbitant claims about them, we're going to discuss how they work.
We in the Animal Kingdom aren't the only ones who can sound an alarm when enemies attack. In their own way, plant proteins do it too.
Researchers at Indiana University Bloomington dig a little deeper into how non-native plant species take over ecosystems.
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.