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Research Progress
New discovery in pollen phenolics in honeybee colony 06-02-14
Studies reveal invasion mechanism of exotic plants 08-07-24
Researchers Synthesized an Effective and Selective Catalyst CaFe2O4 to Hydrolyze Cellulose to Glu... 12-12-13
How a honeybee colony regulates the accumulation of toxic honey? 12-12-07
Land use changes and conversion of tropical forest influence soil quality 12-12-05
Genomic sequence data from 174 plant chloroplasts analyzed 12-11-29
Researchers use sister taxa to investigate pollinator specificity in figs 12-11-27
Response of miRNAs to Nitrogen deficiency in Arabidopsis thaliana investigated 12-11-20
Increased temperature weakens carbon-sink strength of subtropical evergreen forests 12-11-16
Woody species from Chinese savannas adapted to hot-dry habitats 12-11-05
19 microsatellite markers developed for studying genetics and mating system of D. pavettifolia 12-10-31
Chinese savanna species adapt to habitat by having productive leaves 12-10-24
Mechanism of style movements in three Alpinia species(Zingiberaceae) studied 12-10-17
CO2 enrichment and nitrogen deposition may exacerbate invasion success of E. adenophorum 12-10-15
Scientists test mechanisms maintaining species coexistence in Xishuangbanna Forest 12-10-12
Botanist compares floristic compositions in Yunnan and reveals their variation with geography 12-10-08
Un-pollinated syconia of F. curtipes able to remain receptive for several weeks 12-09-24
Ficus species show great variation in soil nutrient associated compensatory regrowth 12-09-18
A parasitoid population able to reproduce in syconia of more than one Ficus species 12-09-17
XTBG researchers reconstruct paleoclimate of the late Miocene Xianfeng flora 12-09-11
Non-vascular epiphytes sensitive to climate change 12-09-05
WRKY factors function in drought stress in Arabidopsis 12-09-03
Effect of seed size on scatter-hoarding rodent preference among species 12-08-28
Researchers report 22 novel EST-SSR markers for future genetic studies in tung trees 12-08-21
An examination of speciation and diversification of Indian Ocean daisy trees 12-08-20
Scientists use Menispermaceae to investigate diversification of tropical rainforests 12-08-15
Fat and protein influence scatter-hoarding rodent preferences of tannin 12-08-13
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