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Cedar disappear in SW China due to intensification of monsoonal climate 13-08-15
Role of jasmonate in freezing stress in 13-08-13
Effects of invasive plants and global change on nematode communities investigated 13-08-07
Water utilization for trees in Xishuangbanna limestone forest determined 13-08-01
MiRNA functions and evolution in Carica papaya studied 13-07-29
Adaptive evolution occurs in members of Alfin-like gene family 13-07-24
XTBG finds earliest fossil bamboos of China 13-07-16
Density of large trees and aboveground biomass closely correlated with climatic variables 13-07-12
Drought decreases level of self-organization in Xishuangbanna seasonal tropical rainforest 13-07-09
High temperature shifts carbon compensation point of plants to higher soil moisture values 13-07-05
Researchers describe a novel feeding strategy among ‘non-pollinating’ fig wasps from Ficus curt... 13-07-02
XTBG reports a new Quercus species from the upper Miocene of SW China 13-06-26
Researchers explore hydraulic and photosynthetic design of giant leaves of Alocasia macrorrhiza 13-06-20
Botanist discusses biogeographical divergence between tropical southern and southeastern Yunnan 13-06-14
Jatropha seeds synthesize dehydrin proteins during maturation 13-05-31
MicroRNAs play important roles in flower development 13-05-28
22°30′N proposed to be the northern biogeographical boundary of the tropical zone of China 13-05-21
Arabidopsis thaliana WRKY 8 involved in anti–TMV-cg defense 13-05-17
Prolonged leaf senescence facilitates nutrient resorption of Lyonia ovalifolia 13-05-14
Researchers make progress in global temperature reconstruction during the past two millennia 13-05-10
A framework to study tree-tree interactions across scales within forests proposed 13-05-08
Genetic diversity and phylogeographic structure of dragon blood tree studied 13-05-06
Drivers of seasonal and interannual variations in two old-growth forests quantified 13-05-02
Spatial variability of economic benefits from rubber in Xishuangbanna highlighted 13-04-25
Researchers investigate soil respiration in an old-growth subtropical forest in SW China 13-04-23
Epiphytic lichens can be environmental indicators in Ailaoshan subtropical forest 13-04-12
Rubber planting induces carbon loss and extensive humification in soil in Xishuangbanna 13-04-11
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