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Research Progress
Topography dominates N2O emissions and CH4 uptake in tropical rainforest catchments 21-03-03
New species of mustard family of flowering plants found in Hengduan mountains 21-02-25
Key regulator of lateral organ size of legume plants determined 21-02-24
Soil quality index for rubber plantations in tropical China computed 21-02-19
Reconstruction of teak tree rings reveals precipitation variations in monsoon regions of Myanmar 21-02-09
Study explores crosstalk between iron and copper homeostasis in Arabidopsis 21-02-02
New study unravels Darwin's 'abominable mystery' surrounding origin of flowering plants 21-01-29
Growth of Northern Tibet proved the key to East Asian biodiversity 21-01-28
Resolving abominable mysteries 21-01-29
Role of WOX1 in compound leaf development revealed 21-02-04
New species of custard apple family found in Myanmar 21-01-26
Researchers review soil carbon flux research in Asia 21-02-01
Proper geometry of leaflets is important for their movement in legumes 21-01-20
Most effective pollinator of Hoya pottsii revealed 21-01-19
Physiological traits: predicting diameter and height growth of subtropical tree species 21-01-15
Genomes offer new insights into fig-wasp symbiotic system 20-10-09
Rhododendron shrub-ring chronology: good proxy for climate change in Himalaya 21-01-14
Jungle rubber beneficial to soil restoration of existing rubber plantations 21-01-13
How does distance and density dependence vary across life stages of plants? 21-01-11
Epiphytic and terrestrial individuals of facultative epiphytes use plastic strategies in differen... 21-01-07
A new dancing girl ginger species found in Dehong, Yunnan 21-01-05
Glomalin contributes to multiple soil functions in terrestrial ecosystem 20-12-30
Floral tea polyphenols influence learning and memory of honey bees 20-12-24
Study explores possible origin and evolution of savanna-like vegetation in Yunnan 20-12-23
Food production driven land use leads to changes in water-related ecosystem services 20-12-22
Termite mounds of Odontotermes create “islands of fertility” 20-12-16
Rare species occupy outlying niches to avoid competition with common species 20-12-15
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