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Research Progress
Organic Electrolyte Solution: New Pretreatment Method for Enzymatic Saccharification of Microcrys... 11-11-23
Relative effects of taxonomy and environmental factors on leaf concentrations 11-11-21
Hunting is the biggest threat to tropical biodiversity 11-11-17
Tropical forests: Still vital when degraded 11-11-10
Persistent soil seed bank formed in Eupatorium adenophorum 11-11-09
Different mechanisms protect young leaves of Leea glabra against attacks by herbivores 11-11-08
Impact of seed tannin concentrations on the scatter-hoarding behavior of rodents 11-10-27
Topographic variables are important factors for distribution pattern of trees in Xishuangbanna 11-10-24
Evolutionary association of hydraulic traits with growth form divergence in figs 11-10-18
Floral longevity plays integral part in the reproductive strategies of figs 11-10-17
Visiting student from Malaysia publishes in BMC Genomics 11-10-09
Transesterification mechanism of soybean oil to biodiesel catalyzed by calcined sodium silicate 11-09-29
Protection of traditional cultural resources aids biodiversity conservation 11-09-28
Sunshine mainly influences selection of high elevation habitat for black-and-white snub-nosed mon... 11-09-26
Microsatellite markers useful for population genetic studies of invasive Chromolaena odorata (Ast... 11-09-16
Mechanisms of development and lipid metabolism in Jatropha seeds 11-09-15
Gall midge is a candidate biological control agent for potentially invasive fig tree 11-09-14
Persea group (Lauraceae): its molecular phylogenetic analysis and biogeographic implications 11-09-13
A new insight into ecosystem development 11-09-01
How non-dormant seeds of Pittosporopsis kerrii counter rodent predation 11-08-31
Phylogeny and evolution of life-history strategies in the Sycophaginae non-pollinating fig wasps ... 11-08-29
How plants adapt to frequent temperature alterations: a new mechanism 11-08-23
QCAS Biotechnology Fund in progress 11-08-19
Some research progress by XTBG Seed Bank 11-08-16
Tung tree: microsatellite marker development for investigating genetic diversity 11-08-15
Plukenetia volubilis: a high-light demanding species 11-08-10
Differences in photosynthetic light use between hemiepiphytic and non-hemiepiphytic Ficus species 11-08-03
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