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Physiological regulation aids lianas in mediating diurnal water and carbon balances 16-08-05
How topography and litterfall inputs affect structure and consistency of chemical soil properties 16-08-02
Epiphytic bryophytes able to translocate absorbed nitrogen from barks to shoots 16-08-01
Communicating with seniors helps adolescents better understand local climate change 16-07-21
Gibberellin and photoperiod pathways collaboratively regulate flowering 16-07-20
Intercropping with tea best improves water use efficiency of rubber trees 16-07-14
Complete chloroplast genomes in Ilex produced 16-07-13
Gel-forming mucins present early in metazoan evolution 16-07-08
Agroforestry systems reduce erosion compared to rubber monoculture 16-07-05
Divergence among Roscoea species occurs during the middle to late Quaternary 16-07-04
Caryodaphnopsis originates in Late Cretaceous Laurasia 16-06-29
In situ seed baiting promotes germination of an epiphytic orchid 16-06-27
How nitrogen (N) fertilizers influence soil N2O emissions in rubber plantation 16-06-23
Arabidopsis thaliana WRKY 57 functions in Botrytis cinerea infection 16-06-15
Five new compounds isolated from Strophioblachia fimbricalyx 16-06-13
Essential oil of Maqian useful for treatment of intestinal inflammation 16-06-08
Methyl 3-(4-hydroxyphenyl) propionate affects root development 16-06-03
Bryophytes adapt to shade microhabitats through correlations and trade-offs between functional tr... 16-05-31
Genetic mechanisms for different flower patterning of Pseudostellaria heterophylla revealed 16-05-27
Natural forests enhance bird diversity within nearby monoculture rubber plantations 16-05-20
Functional redundancy among Collembola species limits strength of spider-initiated trophic cascades 16-05-19
Metabarcoding useful for quantifying arthropod diversity under different land uses 16-05-17
Alarm pheromone eavesdropping by foragers wide-spreads among bees 16-05-11
Jatropha curcas APETALA1 (JcAP1) functions reproductive tissue-specific promoter 16-05-04
LEAFY second intron important in phylogenetic reconstruction in Cinnamomum 16-04-29
Interaction between alpine ginger and tabanid fly leads to local adaptation 16-04-29
Conservation lags in growth of corresponding authorship from tropical countries 16-04-26
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