### Recent Submissions

• #### Structure-function relationships in the water-use strategies and ecological diversity of the Bromeliaceae ﻿

(2017-10-24)
The Bromeliaceae is one of the largest and most ecologically diverse angiosperm families in the Neotropics. In recent years, this family has begun to emerge as a model system for the study of plant evolutionary ecology and ...
• #### Gene Expression Control for Synthetic Patterning of Bacterial Populations and Plants ﻿

(2017-10-11)
The development of shape in multicellular organisms has intrigued human minds for millenia. Empowered by modern genetic techniques, molecular biologists are now striving to not only dissect developmental processes, but to ...
• #### Mapping individual trees from airborne multi-sensor imagery ﻿

(2016-10-22)
Airborne multi-sensor imaging is increasingly used to examine vegetation properties. The advantage of using multiple types of sensor is that each detects a different feature of the vegetation, so that collectively they ...
• #### Regulation of the carbon-concentrating mechanism in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii ﻿

(Department of Plant Sciences, University of Cambridge, 2015-01-06)
Despite accounting for approximately half of global primary productivity, photosynthesis in aquatic environments is often limited by the availability of dissolved carbon dioxide (CO$_{2(aq)}$). To overcome the slow diffusion ...