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Research Progress
Application of seed/fungal baiting techniques to epiphytic orchid species 14-02-26
Carbon trading scheme possiblely unable to save irreplaceable forest biodiversity in China 14-02-25
bZIP transcription factors in castor bean identified and characterized 14-02-20
Water acquisition patterns of a strangler fig in relation to growth phase investigated 14-02-18
Exotic plants create belowground feedback mechanism contributing to invasion success 14-02-12
Forest fragments important for tropical tree species maintenance 14-02-10
Shifting Baselines on a Tropical Forest Frontier 14-02-07
Functions of WRKY57 in JA-induced leaf senescence in Arabidopsis revealed 14-01-21
Changes in fungal diversity along a latitudinal gradient highlighted 14-01-17
Potential importance of nonvascular epiphytes in increasing nutrient availability highlighted 14-01-13
miRNAs involved in Nitrogen starvation adaptation 14-01-02
Elevational migration to be key in conserving woody plant species in Yunnan 13-12-26
Expression stability in Jatropha reference genes evaluated by using RT-qPCR 13-12-24
Invasive plants evolve to increase defense in introduced ranges 13-12-16
Application of ultrasound energy in conversion of biomass to biofuels 13-12-13
Function of miR396 in flower development revealed 13-12-06
First fossil record of a microsoroid fern found in the middle Miocene sediment of central Yunnan 13-12-04
Soil carbon cycling in tropical and subtropical forests of Yunnan 13-12-03
Niche processes shape richness and composition of tropical understory vegetation 13-11-29
Sodium silicate useful in biodiesel production and glycerol utilization 13-11-26
New approaches to novel ecosystems 13-11-25
Rubber trees in Xishuangbanna able to adjust to resource allocation 13-11-18
Spatial scale critical in maintaining biodiversity in forests 13-11-12
A practice of restoring vegetation in a karst geo-park of SW China 13-11-08
Basic leucine zipper transcrption factors in castor bean identified 13-10-31
Frogs prefer not to breed in rubber plantations in Xishuangbanna 13-10-25
Body size matters when fig wasps choose figs to pollinate 13-10-22
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