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Research Progress
Southernmost fossil record of Metasequoia discovered in Yunnan 19-03-19
Researchers explore water use patterns of riparian plants in Xishuangbanna 19-03-18
Researchers use dye-tracer and HYDRUS-3D to interpret water flow in soil of rubber-based agrofore... 19-03-15
Apprenticeship-related program may affect students' career intention 19-03-13
A new species of ginger family found in southern Yunnan 19-03-12
New insights into the geographical landscape of prehistoric central Tibet 19-03-07
Youngest palm fossil brings nnew insight to topography of Tibet 19-03-07
Arabidopsis MYB49 regulates cadmium accumulation 19-03-04
Canthium longipetalum, a new species of Rubiaceae, found in northern Myanmar 19-02-28
Researcher reveals floristic divergence of the evergreen broad-leaved forests in Yunnan 19-02-26
First new species of Jasminanthes reported from Laos 19-02-25
A new species of Ericaceae found in northern Myanmar 19-02-21
SPAD-502 is more suitable for measuring chlorophyll content of lichens 19-02-13
Color indices: excellent predictors for gross primary production of rubber plantations 19-02-11
Light use efficiency shows considerable spatiotemporal variability in different forest ecosystems 19-02-01
Researchers explore ricinoleic acid biosynthesis and regulation in H. benghalensis 19-01-25
Researchers present sequences and structural variations of chloroplast genomes of Paris Sect. Mar... 19-01-11
Honey bee stop signals are inhibitory and referential 19-01-10
Ferns apt to seek out new optimal habitats after forest degradation 19-01-09
A new fern species validated in Xishuangbanna 18-12-27
Melatonin and serotonin improve tolerance to Fe deficiency in plants 18-12-21
New record of shield orchids found in Xishuangbanna 18-12-14
Researchers use genomic analysis to test evolution of a spruce species complex 18-12-12
Mammal-like milk provisioning and parental care discovered in jumping spider 18-11-30
Intercropping leguminous shrub with rubber increases soil carbon and nitrogen fractions 18-11-28
Non-dominant trees are important for lichen diversity in subtropical forests 18-11-27
Researchers propose three approaches to increase public awareness of biodiversity protection 18-11-20
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