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Drought impacts on rainforests are highly apparent on long-term scale 22-02-08
Native Asian honeybees have higher toxin tolerance than introduced ones 22-01-27
Researchers summarize current knowledge about the compound leaf morphogenesis of legume plants 22-01-26
How does mercury accumulation vary in tropical forests? 22-01-24
Savannas suffer greater loss and fragmentation than forests over past 30 years in Yunnan 22-01-21
First chromosome-scale genome assembly for the holly published 22-01-19
New species of dogbane family found in Tibet 22-01-17
Extreme precipitation and drought negatively impact nitrogen fixation of epiphytic bryophytes 22-01-13
First fossil pods of genus Mucuna in legume family discovered in northern Vietnam 22-01-10
Microplastics are widespread in soils of tropical areas 22-01-06
Hail event profoundly affects growth of rubber trees in Xishuangbanna 22-01-05
Spatial autocorrelation: most important factor shaping liana distribution in subtropical forest 21-12-31
Researchers report first record of tropical lowland tall deciduous forest in China 21-12-30
Soil fauna: important factor in promoting decomposition of litter mixtures 21-12-28
Assemblages of bacterial communities depend on depths in paddy soils 21-12-22
Warming-mediated drought stress decreases tree growth of delavay fir 21-12-20
Glomalin in tree roots mediates soil carbon storage in Indian tropical dry forest 21-12-16
Rising temperatures reduce soil carbon stocks in subtropical forest 21-12-14
Orchid reintroduction is promising to long-term species protection 21-12-08
Dominant species determines pattern of species-genetic diversity correlation in tropical forest 21-12-07
Terrestrial water storage and total basin discharge decline in Lancang River Basin 21-12-03
UDP-glycosyltransferases gene EDR1 regulates endosperm development in rice 21-12-02
bHLH11: an active repressor for iron toxicity in Arabidopsis 21-11-26
Hemipteran–ant mutualism could represent symbiotic invasion 21-11-23
XTBG develops global timber tree barcoding library 21-11-16
Critically endangered ginger species found in limestone area of Xishuangbanna 21-11-12
Human-dominated landscapes are prime elephant habitat in Malaysia 21-11-11
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