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Dung beetle iDNA is additional tool for biodiversity assessment 23-11-17
Flemingia macrophylla is suitable trap crop for tea aphid control in tea plantations 23-11-15
Rubber rainforest appears as transitional stage as restoring tropical rainforest from rubber plan... 23-11-13
A 13-step process integrating various fields of science-based conservation research proposed 23-11-09
New species of Primulaceae family found in Yuanyang County, Yunnan 23-11-08
Researchers suggest expanding protected areas prioritized for biodiversity conservation 23-11-07
Forest structure plays significant role in shaping multidimensional beta-diversity patterns 23-11-02
Oldest fossil record of Bauhinia reported from Tibetan Plateau 23-11-01
Study explores thermal regulation strategies of leaves across environmental gradients 23-10-30
Study identifies a network of green spaces and linkages to conserve urban biodiversity 23-10-25
Researchers find promising locus for molecular design breeding in legumes 23-10-24
Understory management influences soil nutrient cycling in rubber plantations 23-10-25
JcSEUSS1 plays negative role in regulating reproductive growth of Jatropha curcas 23-10-23
New water trumpet species found in Philippines 23-10-19
New ginger species found in Malipo, SE Yunnan 23-10-16
Prezygotic isolation between sympatric dioecious figs may not yet be established 23-10-12
New Begonia species found in southern Myanmar 23-10-09
How does phytochemical diversity affect herbivore damage at tropical tree community? 23-10-08
Study sheds light on differentiated nitrogen sources of co-occurring epiphytes in Chinese subtrop... 23-09-27
Seasonal tree growth patterns are mainly driven by temperature and vapour pressure deficit at com... 23-09-25
Iron oxide nanoparticles are useful for medicinal plant sustainability under toxic metal 23-09-19
First macrofossil record of Calophyllum in Thailand reported 23-09-15
Closely related species show signatures of hybridization at climatic margins 23-09-11
Residents' consumption is most important factor in carbon emission: study 23-09-07
New endemic Agapetes species reported from Yunnan 23-09-04
Plant-based diet may be useful to treat allergic diseases associated with obesity 23-08-30
New Aristolochiaceae species found in Cangyuan, Yunnan 23-08-28
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