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Study provides insights into how microbiome community and metabolic functions may couple with fig... 22-11-23
Two new species of slender gecko reported from Yunnan karsts 22-11-21
Termite diversity and functional traits are quantitatively modelled for first time 22-11-16
Study summarizes regulatory effects of jasmonate on root growth inhibition and root hair elongation 22-11-14
Study synthesizes Cenozoic palaeobotanical studies of Tibetan Region over past decade 22-11-09
Riparian areas could act as climatic refugia for plant diversity 22-11-04
Autonomous recording units can be standardized protocols of forest plot network 22-11-02
Plasticine models may underestimate predation bias 22-10-28
High-intensity phorophyte removal reduces epiphytic robustness in tropical forest 22-10-24
Elephants are likely to prefer habitats at outer edge of protected areas 22-10-21
Kinetic energy of driptips is important when selecting intercropping species for rubber agroforestry 22-10-19
Typical Wild Vegetables in Xishuangbanna, Yunnan published 22-10-14
Microclimatic variation mainly drives species composition and phylogenetic structure of epiphytic... 22-10-14
High resource use efficiency may explain rapid recovery of vascular epiphyte populations after dr... 22-10-11
Host-generalist mistletoe exhibits high level of outcrossing 22-10-09
Study investigates how aboveground litterfall respiration and its environmental parameters respon... 22-10-08
Forest fragments are important to fern conservation in Xishuangbanna 22-09-27
Different cell types explain morphological differences of two ginger varieties 22-09-26
Bottom-up process plays central role in determining ant–tree interaction networks 22-09-23
Study provides assessment framework for conservation and management of legume plants in coastal E... 22-09-21
Temperature contributes most to geographical distribution of two giant honeybees 22-09-19
Nutritionally balanced and whole food-based fiber-rich diet is beneficial to gut health 22-09-15
New genus of spittlebugs reported from central Tibetan Plateau 22-09-14
Above and belowground traits vary in response to soil moisture availability and plant competition 22-09-13
Fear emotion has negative impact on mitigation behavior toward climate change 22-09-09
New Hodgsonia species reported form Motuo, Tibet 22-09-07
Study proves Paraboea rufescens to be woody desiccation plant 22-09-05
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