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Quantifying the role of intra-specific trait variation for allocation and organ-level traits in tropical seedling communities
Umana, Maria Natalia; Zhang, Caicai; Cao, Min; Lin, Luxiang; Swenson, Nathan G.
2018
Source PublicationJOURNAL OF VEGETATION SCIENCE
ISSN1100-9233
Volume29Issue:2Pages:276-284
Language英语
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.xtbg.org.cn/handle/353005/10892
Collection其他
森林生态研究组
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Umana, Maria Natalia,Zhang, Caicai,Cao, Min,et al. Quantifying the role of intra-specific trait variation for allocation and organ-level traits in tropical seedling communities[J]. JOURNAL OF VEGETATION SCIENCE,2018,29(2):276-284.
APA Umana, Maria Natalia,Zhang, Caicai,Cao, Min,Lin, Luxiang,&Swenson, Nathan G..(2018).Quantifying the role of intra-specific trait variation for allocation and organ-level traits in tropical seedling communities.JOURNAL OF VEGETATION SCIENCE,29(2),276-284.
MLA Umana, Maria Natalia,et al."Quantifying the role of intra-specific trait variation for allocation and organ-level traits in tropical seedling communities".JOURNAL OF VEGETATION SCIENCE 29.2(2018):276-284.
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