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Seasonal and diurnal patterns of activity in honeybees (Apis spp.) on the northern edge of the Asian tropics; their implications for the climate-change resilience of pollination
Cui, Qinglan; Corlett, Richard T.
2016
Source PublicationTROPICAL CONSERVATION SCIENCE
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Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.xtbg.org.cn/handle/353005/10141
Collection2012年后新成立研究组
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Cui, Qinglan,Corlett, Richard T.. Seasonal and diurnal patterns of activity in honeybees (Apis spp.) on the northern edge of the Asian tropics; their implications for the climate-change resilience of pollination[J]. TROPICAL CONSERVATION SCIENCE,2016(x).
APA Cui, Qinglan,&Corlett, Richard T..(2016).Seasonal and diurnal patterns of activity in honeybees (Apis spp.) on the northern edge of the Asian tropics; their implications for the climate-change resilience of pollination.TROPICAL CONSERVATION SCIENCE(x).
MLA Cui, Qinglan,et al."Seasonal and diurnal patterns of activity in honeybees (Apis spp.) on the northern edge of the Asian tropics; their implications for the climate-change resilience of pollination".TROPICAL CONSERVATION SCIENCE .x(2016).
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