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Research Progress
Natal locations of foundresses fig wasps modify offspring sex ratios 14-10-30
Giant honey bees eavesdrop on weaver ants 14-10-23
Regulation function of leucine rich repeat dominates in transpiration of Ficus 14-10-17
Induction of extrafloral nectar secretion in C. philippinum depends on leaf damage 14-10-17
Fog mitigates chilling-induced photodamage of tropical plants in Xishuangbanna 14-10-14
Lianas maintain better water status and ecophysiological performance than trees during dry season 14-10-09
Dispersal dominates shaping species’ distributions across size-classes in rainforests 14-09-30
Phantom decoy alternatives influence eastern honey bee’s act of looking for food 14-09-24
Alfred Russel Wallace – Ferns collected in Borneo 14-09-22
Publication of the name Sarcococca longipetiolata becomes valid 14-09-19
Mechanism underlying α-linolenic acid accumulation in sacha inchi seeds discovered 14-09-17
Neutral and adaptive genetic diversity of Castanopsis fargesii 14-09-16
Taxonomic identities of P. fulva and P. tapintzeana studied 14-09-16
Co-evolution in leaf traits is important contributor to leaf water balance in Dendrobium 14-09-09
Fossil leaves of Elaeagnus first found in Qinghai-Tibet plateau 14-09-01
Large sample area and size yield higher percentage of detection for seeds of woody species in for... 14-08-26
Timing of lineage diversifications and biogeographic history of Bauhinia discussed 14-08-21
Soil microbial communities relatively resilient to forest conversion in Nile river watershed of U... 14-08-19
Photoperiodic responses of FLOWERING LOCUS T to promoter variations 14-08-11
Palaeoaltitudes of fossil sites reconstructed to discuss Yunnan floristic changes 14-08-06
Tree species distributions are predictable with topography in Xishuangbanna 14-08-05
10 new compounds isolated from leaves and twigs of W. yunnanensis 14-07-31
Application of exogenous ABA enhances seed storage filling of castor bean 14-07-29
Imidacloprid can impair honey bee decision-making about danger 14-07-23
Animal behaviour: Birds have a pecking order for fruits 14-07-22
Frugivorous birds prefer black and red over other colors in Xishuangbanna 14-07-18
Children's contact with nature possibly enhances willingness to conserve wildlife 14-07-17
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