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title: SPECIES DIVERSITY, FLORISTIC COMPOSITION AND PHYSIOGNOMY CHANGES IN A RAINFOREST REMNANT IN SOUTHERN YUNNAN, CHINA AFTER 48 YEARS
author: Zhu, H *;  Wang, H;  Zhou, SS
Issued Date: 2010
Keyword: Tropical rainforest;  fragmentation;  species richness;  floristic shifts;  implications for conservation
Source: JOURNAL OF TROPICAL FOREST SCIENCE
Content Type: 期刊论文
URI: http://ir.xtbg.org.cn/handle/353005/734
preflabel: tropical rain forest;  FRAGMENTATION;  Species diversity
altLabel: 碎裂;  shattering;  碎裂[作用];  Diversity, Species;  Richness, Species;  Species richness;  Community diversity;  Ecological diversity;  Similarity indices;  species composition;  Diversity index;  Similarity index
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Zhu, H *,Wang, H,Zhou, SS. Species Diversity, Floristic Composition And Physiognomy Changes In A Rainforest Remnant In Southern Yunnan, China After 48 Years[J]. Journal Of Tropical Forest Science,2010,22(1):49-66.

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