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Why Turn Red?
October 26, 2002
Volume 162, No. 17, p. 264

Botany under the Mistletoe (PDF)
December 23 & 30, 2000
Volume 158, No. 26 & 27, p. 411

Wild tobacco heeds "ouch" from sagebrush (PDF)
November 18, 2000
Volume 158, No. 21, p. 326

Glitch splits hermaphrodite flowers (PDF)
September 30, 2000
Volume 158, No. 14, p. 214

Flowers, not flirting, make sexes differ (PDF)
July 22, 2000
Volume 158, No. 4, p. 52

Tree pollination needs male-only rot (PDF)
March 18, 2000
Volume 157, No. 12, p. 182

Plants seen as unpredictable carbon sponge (PDF)
March 18, 2000
Volume 157, No. 12, p. 183