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Research Progress
How do mean climatic conditions drive growth trends of Himalayan fir? 19-11-15
Study highlights beneficial effects of biosynthesized AgNPs on soil bacterial community 19-11-14
Researchers highlight progress and challenges of phloem research 19-11-12
Plant microbiome important in studies with forest trees 19-11-11
Moisture availability plays a major role for tree growth of Szemao pine 19-11-08
Orchards closer to tropical forests have higher robustness and interaction evenness in pollinatio... 19-11-05
Honey bee alarm pheromones: mediating communication in plant–pollinator–predator interactions 19-11-04
XTBG researchers chair a special issue in Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 19-10-31
First convincing Limnobiophyllum fossil species reported from Tibetan Plateau 19-10-25
Fungal species distributions are compartmentalized along dominant environmental gradient 19-10-24
Dispersal is dominant mechanism underlying assembly at community level 19-10-17
Spine type and species’ resource niche: main factors drive early emergence and investment patter... 19-10-10
Clonal integration has greater benefits than inter-specific facilitation for vascular epiphytes i... 19-10-08
A new evergreen woody species of buckthorn family discovered in Hainan Island 19-09-29
Intercropping medicinal herbs helps aged rubber trees use deep soil water in Xishuangbanna 19-09-26
Two ginger species reported new to Myanmar 19-09-25
Rubber-plantation ants have wider geographic distributions in Xishuangbanna 19-09-23
CRlncRC2 is an effective and useful method for lncRNA-cancer association identification 19-09-20
Studies highlight mountaintops as plants' climate refugia 19-09-18
Systematic position of Mirabilis himalaica in relation to New World taxa 19-09-17
Researchers develop DNA-based markers to authenticate “Gusuibu" 19-09-17
Wuliang Mountains harbor high diversity of medicinal plants 19-09-11
Diversity of epiphytic fern Scleroglossum revised 19-09-10
Researchers obtain first complete plastid genome of a relict fern genus 19-09-09
Four species of Gesneriaceae reported new from Yunnan 19-09-03
Two new tribes of Lauraceae reported 19-09-02
Conversion of tropical forests to rubber plantations increases soil acidification 19-09-04
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