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Research Progress
A new non-linear approach to approximate the function linking climate and physiognomy 15-12-10
An efficient transformation protocol for genetic improvement of Jatropha curcas 15-12-08
Pollen chains associated with secondary pollen presentation in a wild ginger species 15-12-07
The amazing, bizarre history of the Peach — uncovered at last 15-12-03
Oldest peach fossil found in Yunnan 15-11-30
Ficus tinctoria produces major crops in winter to ensure survival 15-11-26
Chemical signals used in the fungus-growing termite, A. dimorphus 15-11-24
Mexican sunflower seeds exhibit high tolerance to temperature and water stress 15-11-20
Solubilization of Lignocellulosic Biomass for Hydrolysis 15-11-19
Lianas first choose nearest host for support 15-11-17
Long-tongued fly is specialized pollinator of long corolla tubed alpine ginger 15-11-16
Honey bee foragers reduce risk of starvation by carrying more food 15-11-12
Woody plants use fog water as supplement in dry season in tropical karst forest 15-11-10
Discovery maps enhance educational function of botanic gardens 15-11-06
Expansion of KNOX genes is associated with functional diversification 15-11-03
Production of Hydrogen from Renewable Resources published 15-10-30
Compatibility of invasive plants depends on competitors 15-10-30
Biogeographic implications of Palaeocarya fossil friuts 15-10-30
Leaf drought tolerance critical in multiple assembly processes in tropical forest communities 15-10-21
Palms have high net carbon gain efficiency 15-10-20
Two complete chloroplast genomes for species in the Lauraceae produced 15-10-19
Lianas have higher saturated water content and lower wood density than trees 15-10-10
Intraspecific variation in traits and growth negatively related to abundance 15-10-09
Timing of parent feeding regulates defecation of nestling birds 15-09-30
Clockwise rotation of Simao-Indochina geoblock influences seed plants in Yunnan 15-09-29
The queen's dead, long live the queen! Asian honey bees are paranoid about losing their leader, p... 15-09-29
VQ12 and VQ29 function as negative regulators in plant basal defence against B. cinerea 15-09-29
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