Targeting changemakers: within a plant species, it depends on your treatments

Ava M. Hoffman and Melinda D. Smith If you’ve ever played parent to a houseplant or started your own garden, you know that not everything is fixed in DNA. For example, the same hydrangea can produce blue or pink flowers depending on your garden’s soil pH and aluminum content. Nearly all plants, wild and domesticated species alike, will look different during a drought. In biology, … Continue reading Targeting changemakers: within a plant species, it depends on your treatments