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Extreme drought events have negative impacts on tropical forests 24-07-17
Long-term rubber cultivation profoundly affects surface and subsurface soil properties 24-07-15
Human-tiger interactions in Chinese history 24-07-10
Study provides new insights into crucial role of QUA QUINE STARCH in promoting pollen development 24-07-09
Impact of clonal fragmentation on clonal fern Pyrrosia nuda in rubber plantation 24-07-08
Selection processes play dominant role in shaping coexisting assemblages of trees and soil fungi 24-07-05
New tree species found in Xishuangbanna 24-07-03
Phytochemical diversity and herbivory are higher in tropical forests: study 24-06-27
Researchers evaluate impact of warming on soil respiration in different ecosystems 24-07-01
New evaluation framework helps quantify carbon sequestration services supply and demand 24-06-25
Endemic plants adapt to high altitude in Hengduan Mountains by adjusting phenotypic traits 24-06-17
Researchers introduce new method to investigate diurnal variation of leaf stomatal response of tr... 24-06-14
“Two Mountains concept” helps achieve green transformation objectives 24-06-04
Functional gene approach is useful to understand microbe-plant interactions in natural ecosystems 24-05-31
Offspring care prolongs lifespan of mother spiders 24-05-29
Variation of functional traits in Parashorea chinensis leaves along different tree height vertica... 24-05-27
Study reveals mechanism of gibberellin inhibiting flowering of Jatropha curcas 24-05-23
Rewilding of large-bodied animals can mitigate ecosystem deterioration 24-05-16
First gapless avocado genome assembly generated 24-05-15
Using reference genome of the species itself is optimal for SNP calling 24-05-13
Researchers clone AF "half-tendrilless" gene locus in peas 24-05-10
Parasitic habit drives plastid genome structural variation and gene loss in Cuscuta species 24-05-08
Researchers investigate impact of elevated CO2 concentration on subtropical trees 24-05-07
Aspidopterys obcordata has potential in managing kidney stones 24-04-30
New Vincetoxicum species found in Yunnan 24-04-29
Afterlife effects of lianas are important to forest biogeochemistry 24-04-28
Botanists discuss origin and evolution of East Asian flora 24-04-26
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