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Trunk spines can defend against bark feeding and climbing mammals 22-04-29
Root system significantly affects soil water movement in banana plantation 22-04-26
Researchers present first multi-centennial streamflow variability of Karnali River 22-04-24
Jumping spiders reduce aggressiveness after perceiving mirror cues 22-04-21
Splash erosion shown higher in rubber plantation than tropical rainforest 22-04-20
Variations in resource and resource partitioning help maintain plant coexistence 22-04-18
Pseudobartsia and Xizangia are recommended as independent genera: herbarium study 22-04-13
Increasing temperatures and drought decline tree growth of Toona ciliate 22-04-12
Engelhardia plants exemplify transformation of vegetation across tropical Indochina Peninsula to ... 22-04-08
Growth-climate sensitivity of two pine species varies with site-specific environmental conditions 22-04-06
Alpinia hainanensis has potentials to aid treating ulcerative colitis: study 22-03-30
Drought stress advances and shortens growing season for Toona ciliata 22-03-29
New target gene found for engineering anthocyanins in plants 22-03-24
New Paleogene fossil flora reported from northern Vietnam 22-03-22
How does seed dormancy adapt in space and time? 22-03-21
Study explores potential root microbiota influencing alkaloidal metabolome of medicinal herb 22-03-16
Researchers identify active compounds in giant hornet queen sex pheromones 22-03-15
Asian rainforests have lost an important seed dispersal mutualist 22-03-09
Study provides scientific evidences for Catechu's traditional use to treat type 2 diabetes mellitus 22-03-07
Study reveals working model of flowering regulator network in Jatropha curcas 22-03-04
New Ceropegia species reported from Yuxi, Yunnan 22-02-28
Oldest records of ash tree in low latitude region of North Hemisphere reported from Yunnan 22-02-24
Fog maintains water balance of epiphytes during dry season 22-02-21
Trade-offs exist in hydraulic and mechanical traits of plants in Chinese savanna 22-02-18
No clear phylogeographic structure found in Ficus altissima 22-02-16
Plant water use differentiation explains high diversity of Chinese subtropical forests 22-02-15
Three woody plants enriched with nervonic acid identified 22-02-11
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