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Bark growth rate is critical in environments with frequent fires 17-05-05
Sapling harvest predominantly affects floristic composition of tropical dry forests 17-05-04
Cagy architecture may help some plant species to survive herbivory pressure 17-05-03
A new species of orchid found in Myanmar 17-05-02
Ant eavesdropping leads to arms race between predator and prey 17-05-02
Nuclear marker ITS is efficient for identifying species and genera of Lauraceae 17-04-26
Beekeeping increases income and forest protection awareness of households in Lao PDR 17-04-24
Jasmonate plays important role in leaf senescence and tolerance to cold-stress 17-04-20
Maqian bark extracts have anti-inflammatory activities 17-04-13
Core species have strong link to local environment in Xishuangbanna forest 17-04-12
Forest canopies deserve more multilateral and collaborative research effort 17-04-10
The Hengduan Mountains flora assembled disproportionately by in situ diversification 17-04-07
Rubber-based agroforestry systems improve soil properties in Xishuangbanna 17-04-05
Monocultures are principal factors leading to biodiversity loss in Yunnan and Hainan 17-03-27
Eastern honey bees have lower antennal responses and less attracted to queen mandibular pheromone 17-03-22
Soil microbes decrease allelopathic effects of invasive plants by degrading allelochemicals 17-03-21
Manganese toxicity affects root growth by mediating auxin distribution in Arabidopsis 17-03-17
Environmental filtering structures functional strategies of plants in Xishuangbanna tropical rain... 17-03-15
How do oaks evolve in response to uplift of Himalaya–Hengduan Mountains 17-03-14
Biogeographical divergence of Yunnan floras closely related with geographical events 17-03-10
A bamboo species possesses efficient mechanism to adapt to drought and salinity 17-03-08
Three JcTFL1 genes act as flowering repressors in Jatropha 17-03-03
Ageratina adenophora invades into high-elevation primary forest after severe snow damage 17-03-01
Study reveals carbon driving factors in Ailaoshan subtropical pristine forests 17-02-28
How does water use efficiency change with drought stress in Ailaoshan subtropical forest 17-02-27
Cycad leaves with higher photosynthetic rates show stronger seasonal declines 17-02-21
Environmental niches are evolutionarily labile in Xishuangbanna 20-ha forest dynamics plot 17-02-14
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