Figure360: Trends in Plant Science, Chen et al., Figure 3

Grasses began to diversify in the late Cretaceous Period and now dominate more than one third of global land area, including three-quarters of agricultural land. We hypothesize that their success is likely attributed to the evolution of highly responsive stomata capable of maximizing productivity in rapidly changing environments.

Read the Article

Article DOI: 10.1016/j.tplants.2016.09.005
Contributed by: David Simmons

Average: 0 (0)
Share video with friends:
Report Broken Video