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Researchers designate lectotype and epitype of Gastrodia angusta 18-06-19
Researchers present a high-quality transcriptome sequence for the Sacha Inchi 18-06-19
Rainfall redistribution is important for spatial distribution of throughfall kinetic energy in ru... 18-06-19
Vascular epiphytes rely on fog water more greatly than their host trees 18-06-13
Plant fossil analysis may help predict climate change: study 18-06-13
Spatial heterogeneity exists in climate change patterns of Oligocene 18-06-08
Precipitation reduction leads to decreases in N2O emission in Yuanjiang savanna 18-06-06
Water consumption characteristics of winter wheat identified 18-06-05
Study reveals key factors explaining successful invasion of Chromolaena odorata 18-06-04
A new species of Ranunculaceae found in SW China 18-05-30
Cultivating orchids may help conserve wild species in China 18-05-29
Study uncovers three factors promoting species coexistence in tropical tree community 18-05-25
UV-B radiation regulates root growth through a flavonoid-mediated phototropic response in Arabido... 18-05-23
Study reveals roles of VQ motif-containing proteins in abscisic acid signaling 18-05-22
Uncontrolled expansion of roads is a major factor to forest loss across Indo-Malaysian region 18-05-15
Wuodendron: a new genus of Annonaceae reported 18-05-14
Exogenous application of gibberellin inhibits floral initiation in Jatropha 18-05-03
High-speed countercurrent chromatography application leads to identification of estriol in V. neg... 18-05-02
bHLH104 positively regulates cadmium tolerance in Arabidopsis 18-04-27
Nitrogen uptake patterns shift with age of rubber trees 18-04-23
Two new fern species reported from China 18-04-18
Researchers explore ecological variation along light gradient in savanna–forest boundaries 18-04-10
Functional trait–demographic relationships are weak 18-04-04
Complete chloroplast genomes of three Alseodaphne species reconstructed 18-04-02
Temperature and wind speed essential in estimating reference crop evapotranspiration rates 18-03-29
Uncontrolled regulation of transcriptional factors may affect pollen development in Arabidopsis 18-03-27
New holistic biodiversity tool for cave conservation developed 18-03-26
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