Plants People Planet

(The TQCC of Plants People Planet is 6. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-07-01 to 2024-07-01.)
Extinction risk and threats to plants and fungi253
New scientific discoveries: Plants and fungi172
Unlocking plant resources to support food security and promote sustainable agriculture139
Molecules from nature: Reconciling biodiversity conservation and global healthcare imperatives for sustainable use of medicinal plants and fungi95
Plant awareness disparity: A case for renaming plant blindness90
Botanic garden solutions to the plant extinction crisis57
Genome‐wide association mapping and comparative genomics identifies genomic regions governing grain nutritional traits in finger millet (Eleusine coracana L. Gaertn.)56
The unique role of seed banking and cryobiotechnologies in plant conservation52
Extinction risk of Mesoamerican crop wild relatives43
Exploring, harnessing and conserving marine genetic resources towards a sustainable seaweed aquaculture43
Plant and fungal collections: Current status, future perspectives40
Scientists' warning to humanity on tree extinctions39
Edible mycorrhizal fungi of the world: What is their role in forest sustainability, food security, biocultural conservation and climate change?38
The role of millets in attaining United Nation's sustainable developmental goals30
Plant genomes: Markers of evolutionary history and drivers of evolutionary change29
Can arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi speed up carbon sequestration by enhanced weathering?29
International collaboration between collections‐based institutes for halting biodiversity loss and unlocking the useful properties of plants and fungi28
An Aridamerican model for agriculture in a hotter, water scarce world28
Understanding photothermal interactions will help expand production range and increase genetic diversity of lentil (Lens culinaris Medik.)27
Quantifying apple diversity: A phenomic characterization of Canada’s Apple Biodiversity Collection24
Using botanic gardens and arboreta to help identify urban trees for the future23
Detecting and predicting forest degradation: A comparison of ground surveys and remote sensing in Tanzanian forests22
The state of the world’s urban ecosystems: What can we learn from trees, fungi, and bees?21
Changing times: Opportunities for altering winter wheat phenology21
Can common mycorrhizal fungal networks be managed to enhance ecosystem functionality?20
Plant awareness is linked to plant relevance: A review of educational and ethnobiological literature (1998–2020)20
Perception gaps that may explain the status of taro (Colocasia esculenta) as an “orphan crop”19
Enhancement of sorghum grain yield and nutrition: A role for arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi regardless of soil phosphorus availability19
Urban park visitor preferences for vegetation – An on‐site qualitative research study19
Assessing climate risk to support urban forests in a changing climate19
The plant microbiome: The dark and dirty secrets of plant growth19
Contrasting effects of commercial and native arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal inoculants on plant biomass allocation, nutrients, and phenolics18
High‐resolution minirhizotrons advance our understanding of root‐fungal dynamics in an experimentally warmed peatland18
Botanical boom: A new opportunity to promote the public appreciation of botany18
“Ceylon cinnamon”: Much more than just a spice18
WorldForestID: Addressing the need for standardized wood reference collections to support authentication analysis technologies; a way forward for checking the origin and identity of traded timber17
Selecting for useful properties of plants and fungi – Novel approaches, opportunities, and challenges17
Conservation Policy: Helping or hindering science to unlock properties of plants and fungi17
Assessing extinction risk across the geographic ranges of plant species in Europe17
Prioritising crop wild relatives to enhance agricultural resilience in sub‐Saharan Africa under climate change16
Global shortfalls in threat assessments for endemic flora by country16
Comparative analysis of four medicinal floras: Phylogenetic methods to identify cross‐cultural patterns15
Expanding tropical forest monitoring into Dry Forests: The DRYFLOR protocol for permanent plots15
Coping with environmental constraints: Geographically divergent adaptive evolution and germination plasticity in the transcontinentalPopulus tremuloides15
Lords of the biosphere: Plant winners and losers in the Anthropocene15
Genomic evidence supports an independent history of Levantine and Eurasian grapevines15
The shapes of wine and table grape leaves: An ampelometric study inspired by the methods of Pierre Galet15
Managing the functional diversity of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi for the sustainable intensification of crop production15
Current knowledge, status, and future for plant and fungal diversity in Great Britain and the UK Overseas Territories14
Postharvest seed coat darkening in pinto bean (Phaseolus vulgaris) is regulated by Psd, an allele of the basic helix‐loop‐helix transcription factor P14
A network to understand the changing socio‐ecology of the southern African woodlands (SEOSAW): Challenges, benefits, and methods13
What we need to know to prevent a mass extinction of plant species13
The emerging threat of human‐use antifungals in sustainable and circular agriculture schemes13
An integrative environmental pollen diversity assessment and its importance for the Sustainable Development Goals13
Discovering the wild side of urban plants through public engagement13
Bringing access and benefit sharing into the digital age12
Plant Power: Opportunities and challenges for meeting sustainable energy needs from the plant and fungal kingdoms12
Phylogeny reveals non‐random medicinal plant organ selection by local people in Benin12
Defining biodiverse reforestation: Why it matters for climate change mitigation and biodiversity12
High‐throughput phenotyping for breeding targets—Current status and future directions of strawberry trait automation11
Cultivar‐dependent increases in mycorrhizal nutrient acquisition by barley in response to elevated CO211
Uses and benefits of digital sequence information from plant genetic resources: Lessons learnt from botanical collections11
Genetic threats to the Forest Giants of the Amazon: Habitat degradation effects on the socio‐economically important Brazil nut tree (Bertholletia excelsa)11
The international political process around Digital Sequence Information under the Convention on Biological Diversity and the 2018–2020 intersessional period11
Reaching the highest shelf: A review of organic production, nutritional quality, and shelf life of kale (Brassica oleracea var. acephala)11
Initial invasion of glyphosate‐resistant Amaranthus palmeri around grain‐import ports in Japan11
Biodiversity and patents: Overview of plants and fungi covered by patents10
Genomic structure and diversity of oak populations in British parklands10
Practical consequences of digital sequence information (DSI) definitions and access and benefit‐sharing scenarios from a plant genebank’s perspective10
Large trees in tropical rain forests require big plots10
Seeing the green cucumber: Reflections on variation theory and teaching plant identification10
Ecosystem‐based adaptation to climate change: Lessons learned from a pioneering project spanning Mauritania, Nepal, the Seychelles, and China10
Variability and genetic determinants of cocoa aromas in trees native to South Ecuadorian Amazonia9
The king of fruits9
Collection of native Theobroma cacao L. accessions from the Ecuadorian Amazon highlights a hotspot of cocoa diversity9
Image‐based root phenotyping links root architecture to micronutrient concentration in cassava9
How to reconcile renewable energy and agricultural production in a drying world9
Ancient plastid genomes solve the tree species mystery of the imperial wood “Nanmu” in the Forbidden City, the largest existing wooden palace complex in the world9
(Poly)phenols of apples contribute to in vitro antidiabetic properties: Assessment of Canada's Apple Biodiversity Collection8
A method for making Red List assessments with herbarium data and distribution models for species‐rich plant taxa: Lessons from the Neotropical genus Guatteria (Annonaceae)8
Biosafety legislation and the regulatory status of the products of precision breeding in the Latin America and the Caribbean region8
Bounded openness: A robust modality of access to genetic resources and the sharing of benefits8
Ecological legacies of past fire and human activity in a Panamanian forest8
Bioavailability of zinc and iron in durum wheat: A trade‐off between grain weight and nutrition?8
Vanilla aerial and terrestrial roots host rich communities of orchid mycorrhizal and ectomycorrhizal fungi8
Mycorrhizal technologies for an agriculture of the middle8
A digital catalog of high‐density markers for banana germplasm collections8
How regulatory issues surrounding new breeding technologies can impact smallholder farmer breeding: A case study from the Philippines8
Introgression between Betula tianshanica and Betula microphylla and its implications for conservation7
A social perennial vision: Transdisciplinary inquiry for the future of diverse, perennial grain agriculture7
Phenotypic characterization of a strawberry (Fragaria ×ananassa Duchesne ex Rosier) diversity collection7
From plots to policy: How to ensure long‐term forest plot data supports environmental management in intact tropical forest landscapes7
A simple tree planting framework to improve climate, air pollution, health, and urban heat in vulnerable locations using non‐traditional partners7
The long road to a sustainable banana trade7
Data sharing for conservation: A standardized checklist of US native tree species and threat assessments to prioritize and coordinate action7
Is the Nagoya Protocol designed to conserve biodiversity?7
Kew declaration on reforestation for biodiversity, carbon capture and livelihoods7
Plants make our existence possible6
Preventing species extinctions: A global conservation consortium for Erica6
Environment‐dependent influence of fruit size upon the distribution of the Malesian archipelagic flora6
Life in the treetops—An overview of forest canopy science and its future directions6
Cuticular waxes affect fruit surface color in blueberries6
Predicting the potential for spread of emerald ash borer (Agrilus planipennis) in Great Britain: What can we learn from other affected areas?6
Insight into the genetic contribution of maximum yield potential, spikelet development and abortion in barley6
The seed transcriptome of Rafflesia reveals horizontal gene transfer and convergent evolution: Implications for conserving the world's largest flower6
Parental origins of the cultivated tetraploid sour cherry (Prunus cerasus L.)6
The benefits of informed management of sunlight in production greenhouses and polytunnels6
Endosymbionts in cranberry: Diversity, effect on plant growth, and pathogen biocontrol6