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Manipulation of floral development and floral sex expression increase seed yield of J. curcas 10-10-29
Ecosystem carbon storage and partitioning in a tropical seasonal forest in Southwestern China 10-10-29
Selection of high-oil-yield seed sources of Jatropha curcas L. for biodiesel production 10-09-29
A 10-year study on litterfall nutrient use efficiency in Xishuangbanna forest 10-09-25
Structure and composition of the understory treelets in Xishuangbanna tropical forest 10-09-25
Functions of buttress trees in tropical rainforest 10-09-10
Tree ring correlates with temperature variations in Gaoligong Mountains 10-09-08
Introduction and plantation of sandalwood on tropical degraded uplands a success 10-09-01
Phylogeny and environment controll spatial patterns of wood traits in China 10-08-31
Seasonal pattern of net ecosystem carbon exchange in Xishuangbanna forest 10-08-23
Evapotranspiration of a tropical rain forest in Xishuangbanna 10-08-18
A two-step process for Jatropha curcas biodiesel production 10-08-11
Screening and rapid propagation of new hemp varieties a success 10-08-02
Effects of chilling-and-light stress on photosystem of tropical plants 10-06-30
Determining factors of spatial genetic structure of plant populations studied 10-06-22
Dry season water uptake patterns by canopy tree species in Xishuangbanna 10-04-23
XTBG sets manual control plots to study global climate change 10-03-30
Arisaema linearifolium (Araceae), a new species from northern Yunnan, China 10-02-24
XTBG’s research paper awarded Provincial Excellent Dissertation 10-02-11
JGR Atmospheres: Carbon Balance of Xishuangbanna Tropical Rainforest 10-02-02
XTBG holds symposium on APN Funded Projects 10-01-27
Canopy cranes installed in Xishuangbanna and Ailaoshan 10-01-15
Ecology Letters: Disturbance result in community assemblages of closely related species 10-01-07
XTBG researcher publishes book on seed plants of Ailao Mountains 09-12-29
How do changes in plant above- and below-ground carbon allocation alter soil organic carbon 09-11-20
Plant science research in botanic gardens 09-11-10
Ecology: rodents cache seeds of “ideal” seed size 09-11-09
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