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Rubber–Flemingia macrophylla systems reduce release of soil exchangeable cations 18-09-17
Trees can not alone explain effects of fragmentation on forest vegetation 18-09-12
Rare and common tree species respond to topography and space differently 18-09-11
XTBG gets a patent concerning Plukenetia volubilis leaf authorized 18-09-06
Trophic cascade in ant-wasp-fig system triggered by top–down processes 18-09-05
Runoff of nearby outcrops causes large heterogeneity in karst ecosystems 18-08-29
Intercropping improves soil physical properties and enriches soil nutrients in rubber plantations 18-08-23
Trehalose affects A. thaliana basal defense responses 18-08-15
A new fossil species of Ficus found in SW China 18-08-14
Spatial variability and temporal stability of the throughfall in a rubber plantation 18-08-10
High concentrations of serotonin result in stress responses by inhibiting primary root growth 18-08-09
Researchers propose a transdisciplinary framework to determine ecological redline areas in Shanghai 18-08-07
Snow damage to the canopy increases species richness via seedling recruitment 18-08-02
Rock outcrop runoff infiltration in three directions differs greatly 18-07-25
Forest conversion increases litter production and nutrient returns but decreases nutrient use eff... 18-07-24
Precipitation declines affect productivity of savannas 18-07-23
Honey bee queens have excellent learning and memory 18-07-20
Cold stress is the driving factor of intense defoliation of rubber trees in Xishuangbanna 18-07-18
Morphological analysis and molecular evidence delineate two controversial gold‐thread nanmu species 18-07-17
A new species of Aristolochiaceae found in Dehong 18-07-11
A new species of Begoniaceae found in Tibet and Myanmar 18-07-04
A new species of Celastraceae found in Mengla 18-07-02
A 2 °C temperature increase has the largest impact on carbon sequestration potential in Yunnan 18-07-02
How does drought affect soil respiration in woody savanna? 18-06-28
Rubber monoculture leads to unfavorable vegetation and soil conditions in Xishuangbanna 18-06-26
Plant fossil archives implicate climate change in Tibet's southeastern margin 18-06-25
Temperature: a main factor influences water use efficiency in rubber plantation 18-06-21
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