Education & Training
Meeting for Asia Regional Members Committee of IUCN--Promoting nature based solutions in Asia
Workshop on Biodiversity Informatics & Management
International Training Course on Long-term Ecosystem Monitoring (ITC-LTEM) and Workshop on China-Africa S&T Cooperation in Resource and Environment Field
The 4th International Conference on Plant Vascular Biology
Molecular Mechanism of Plant Color Change
Journal of Plant Ecology (JPE)
Journal of Systematics and Evolution (formerly Acta Phytotaxonomica Sinica)
Journal of Plant Ecology (Chinese Version)
What are Giant Sequoia Groves Suffering when Experiencing Multiyear Dry Periods in a Warmi...
Giant sequoia (Sequoiadendron giganteum) trees, the sole living species in the genus Sequoiadendron, are among the largest trees and the oldest living things on Earth. However, with the global climate change, the current natural distribution of giant sequoia trees is restricted to an area of about 150 km2 on the western slopes of California’s Sierra Nevada, USA. During the past three ...
Distinct microbial communities in the active and permafrost layers on the Tibetan Plateau
Soil microorganisms play important roles in permafrost carbon cycling. Vast quantities of soil organic carbon could be decomposed by soil microorganisms, and thus result in significant fluctuations in atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) concentrations, intensifying global warming. However, our knowledge of patterns and drivers of permafrost microbial communities is limited over broad geograph...
Researchers discovered novel molecular mechanism of circadian clock gating JA-induced leaf...
Plants initiate leaf senescence to reallocate energy and nutrients from the aging to developing tissues for optimizing growth fitness and reproduction at the end of growing season or under stress. Circadian clock is a ubiquitous molecular time-keeping mechanism in higher plants. It provides an adaptive advantage to higher plants by synchronizing internal growth behaviors with external ...
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