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SEQUOIA MAGUANENSIS, A NEW MIOCENE RELATIVE OF THE COAST REDWOOD, SEQUOIA SEMPERVIRENS, FROM CHINA: IMPLICATIONS FOR PALEOGEOGRAPHY AND PALEOCLIMATE [期刊论文]Zhang, JW; D'Rozario, A; Adams, JM; Li, Y; Liang, XQ, et al.2015
The occurrence of Pinus massoniana Lambert (Pinaceae) from the upper Miocene of Yunnan, SW China and its implications for paleogeography and paleoclimate [期刊论文]Zhang, JW; D'Rozario, A; Adams, JM; Liang, XQ; Jacques, FMB, et al.2015
Resilience of plant-insect interactions in an oak lineage through Quaternary climate change [期刊论文]Su, T; Adams, JM; Wappler, T; Huang, YJ; Jacques, FMB, et al.2015
MIOCENE LEAVES OF ELAEAGNUS (ELAEAGNACEAE) FROM THE QINGHAI-TIBET PLATEAU, ITS MODERN CENTER OF DIVERSITY AND ENDEMISM [期刊论文]Su, T; Wilf, P; Xu, H; Zhou, ZK2014
New Biogeographic insight into Bauhinia s.l. (Leguminosae): integration from fossil records and molecular analyses [期刊论文]Meng, HH; Jacques, FMB; Su, T; Huang, YJ; Zhang, ST, et al.2014
Late Miocene southwestern Chinese floristic diversity shaped by the southeastern uplift of the Tibetan Plateau [期刊论文]Jacques, FMB; Su, T; Spicer, RA; Xing, YW; Huang, YJ, et al.2014
The intensification of the East Asian winter monsoon contributed to the disappearance of Cedrus (Pinaceae) in southwestern China [期刊论文]Su, T; Liu, YS; Jacques, FMB; Huang, YJ; Xing, YW, et al.2013
Nutlet micro-morphology of the genus Microula (Boraginaceae) from the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau, and its systematic implications [期刊论文]Yu, WT; Jacques, FMB; Chen, ST; Zhou, ZK2012
Rates of Water Loss and Uptake in Recalcitrant Fruits of Quercus Species Are Determined by Pericarp Anatomy [期刊论文]Xia, K; Daws, MI; Stuppy, W; Zhou, ZK; Pritchard, HW2012
Using species distribution modeling to improve conservation and land use planning of Yunnan, China [期刊论文]Zhang, MG; Zhou, ZK; Chen, WY; Silk, JWF; Cannon, CH, et al.2012

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