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Soils at rubber plantations in Xishuangbanna act as a carbon sink 14-06-23
Ficus auriculata species retain their identity while sharing pollinators 14-06-19
Benzyladenine is a potential growth regulator to improve P. volubilis yield 14-06-17
FT/TFL1 Gene Family in Jatropha curcas Identified and Characterized 14-06-12
Ecophysiological strategies of two liana species investigated 14-06-10
How MYB30 integrates into the flowering time regulatory network of Arabidopsis 14-06-06
Effects of rubber plantation types on nematode communities in Xishuangbanna 14-06-03
Genomic resources for N. nervosa and N. oblique generated 14-05-28
Costs associated with a loss of active pollination detected in fig and a cheater fig wasp 14-05-21
Variation of genome size in large and species-rich tree species (Fagaceae) surveyed 14-05-20
FLOWERING LOCUS T (FT) homolog in Jatropha functionally charac... 14-05-13
MYB82 functions in the plant cell nucleus of Arabidopsis as a positive regulator 14-05-12
Historical biogeography of Isodon reconstructed using molecular phylogenetic approaches 14-05-08
Interaction between litter decomposition and rhizosphere activity Has a significant positive effe... 14-05-05
Varied seed traits affect seed re-caching process of scatter-hoarding rodents 14-04-28
Historical biogeography of Indian Ocean Primulaceae reconstructed 14-04-24
Scientists describe a new phenomenon shaping southern high latitude climate during the early–mid... 14-04-22
Linkages between functional traits of tree Species and environmental niches 14-04-19
New Species of Oak Discovered in Thailand 14-04-08
Dwarf bamboo leaves able to modify structural and functional traits for light acclimation 14-04-08
TD-NMR is applicable for oil determination in developing in Sacha inchi seeds 14-04-01
The spread of an invasive alien tree, Piper aduncum. 14-04-01
Two new limonoids extracted from the fruits of African mahogany 14-03-31
Low genetic diversity is a common feature of invasive Chromolaena odorata 14-03-26
Not all pioneer species can be used to reforest large open areas in tropical rainforest 14-03-21
Mobbing mimicry functions vary within a bird species of Drongo 14-03-17
Is rubber plantation in Xishuangbanna a carbon sink 14-03-10
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