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Conversion of tropical forests to rubber plantations increases soil acidification 19-09-04
A new species of woody bamboo reported from Xishuangbanna 19-08-30
Plant diversity and endemism in China: Unreachable locations and diverse microclimates 19-08-30
Mountaintops in tropical rainforest may serve as climate refugia 19-08-29
A new species of Begonia found in Puer 19-08-27
Chinese researchers find new species of begonia 19-08-27
Host identity important in shaping foliar endophytic fungi ssemblages of figs 19-08-20
Noteworthy taxa reported new to Myanmar 19-08-15
Researchers find soil respiration, rainfall reduction mechanism 19-08-15
Qinghai-Tibet Plateau used to have warm Lowland 26 million years ago: study 19-08-14
Study provides new insights into effect of polyploidy on species diversification 19-08-12
NaOH pretreatment feasible to improve fermentability of lignocellulosic pyrolysate 19-08-06
Pteridophyte species composition differ between limestone and non-limestone forests 19-08-02
Mycorrhizal fungi isolated from advanced seedlings best for germination of Arundina graminifolia 19-07-29
How does re-caching of seeds affect dispersal success 19-07-22
Quercus glauca: an ideal proxy for palaeo-CO2 levels 19-07-19
Study explores genome size evolution in spleenworts 19-07-19
Hornets possess long-term olfactory memory: study 19-07-16
Slope position has little effect on rock fragments in a karst region of Yunnan 19-07-15
Liana and tree branches differ in mechanical design but similar in hydraulic design 19-07-11
RTV141A-only injection recommended for determining maximum vessel length of plants 19-07-08
The species Verdesmum menglaense is returned to genus Hylodesmum 19-07-04
Leaf functional traits differ more significantly in karst forest 19-07-02
Class II TCP TFs integrate with FT–FD complex to control flowering in Arabidopsis 19-07-01
Introduced Chromolaena odorata has higher performance and plasticity to light 19-06-28
Study reveals stand age-related effects on soil respiration in rubber plantations 19-06-25
Study reveals functional trajectories throughout a woody plant's life cycle 19-06-20
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