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Research Progress
How is resilience of primary subtropical evergreen forest against climate change 17-01-09
Intra-annual tree-ring stable isotope variations in pines 17-01-03
Seed mass varies little in dispersal success among trees after harvesting 16-12-28
Asian hornets use sting venom as an alarm pheromone 16-12-26
Researchers identify regulatory networks controlling sex determination in Jatropha curcas 16-12-19
Yunnan and Taiwan have close floristic affinities 16-12-14
Phosphorus is limiting element for wood decomposition in Xishuangbanna forest 16-12-13
Rubber trees retransfer nutrients as adaptations to drought and cold stresses 16-12-07
First fruit fossil record of Cladium found in Yunnan 16-12-06
Rubber trees and tea trees have complementary wter use patterns 16-11-29
Tree-ring data proves larch trees repeatedly infected by insect defoliators in central Hengduan M... 16-11-28
A new fossil species of Exbucklandia found in Yunnan 16-11-25
Jatropha ortholog of Arabidopsis thaliana LEAFY regulates flowering 16-11-24
Soil phosphorus heterogeneity significantly affects tree diversity in Xishuangbanna 16-11-21
Thick and intact leaf litter layer is important soil protection agent 16-11-18
A process for simultaneous production of furfural and hydrolyzable cellulose developed 16-11-14
Seasonal drought inhibits growth of seedlings in Xishuangbanna 16-11-10
Dry season temperature mainly controls fire frequency in Yunnan 16-11-01
JcAP1 functions in flower development of Jatropha 16-10-29
Different management practices influence soil water infiltration types 16-10-25
Ecosystems gain more radiation while lowering their surface temperatures 16-10-21
Lanthanum affects primary root growth by modulating reactive oxygen species 16-10-20
Recognize savannahs as ecosystem, experts say 16-10-18
Species traits and litter fauna access influence bark litter decomposition 16-10-11
Dissolved organic carbon influences soil respiration in tropical forest 16-10-08
Mercury accumulation in soils closely linked to sulfur in subtropical forest 16-09-21
Rewilding plays role in landscape design for conservation 16-09-20
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