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Development of polymorphic microsatellite loci for Ceratosolen gravelyi (Hymenoptera: Agaonidae), the pollinating wasp of Ficus semicordata (Urticales: Moraceae) 期刊论文
APPLIED ENTOMOLOGY AND ZOOLOGY, 2019, 卷号: 54, 期号: 1, 页码: 129-132
Authors:  Yang, Li-Yuan;  Wang, Ai-Ying;  Huang, Zhu-Zeng;  Wang, Rui-Wu;  Zhang, Da-Yong
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Fig-wasp  Population  Software  
Salacia menglaensis (Celastraceae), a new species from China 期刊论文
ANNALES BOTANICI FENNICI, 2018, 卷号: 55, 期号: 2018-04-06, 页码: 279-283
Authors:  Shen, Jian-Yong;  Yan, Li-Chun;  Landrein, Sven;  Ma, Xing-Da;  Xi, Hou-Cheng;  Zhang, Shu-Hong;  Shi, Ji-Pu
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PHYTOCHROME-B  SALACIOIDEAE  PHYLOGENY  MORPHOLOGY  NUCLEAR  
Salacia menglaensis (Celastraceae), a new species from China 期刊论文
ANNALES BOTANICI FENNICI, 2018, 卷号: 55, 期号: 2018-04-06, 页码: 279-283
Authors:  Shen, Jian-Yong;  Yan, Li-Chun;  Landrein, Sven;  Ma, Xing-Da;  Xi, Hou-Cheng;  Zhang, Shu-Hong;  Shi, Ji-Pu
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Contrasting grass nitrogen strategies reflect interspecific trade-offs between nitrogen acquisition and use in a semi-arid temperate grassland 期刊论文
PLANT AND SOIL, 2017, 卷号: 418, 期号: 43102, 页码: 267-276
Authors:  Xi, Nianxun;  Zhu, Bi-Ru;  Zhang, Da-Yong
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Niche Differentiation  Nitrogen Form  Plant Phenology  Species Coexistence  Stable Isotope  
Adaptive Significance of Flexistyly in Alpinia blepharocalyx (Zingiberaceae):A Hand-pollination Experiment 期刊论文
Annals of Botany, 2007, 卷号: 99, 期号: 4, 页码: 661-666
Authors:  SHAN SUN;  JIANG-YUN GAO;  WAN-JIN LIAO;  QING-JUN LI;  DA-YONG ZHANG*
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Alpinia  Flexistyly  Heterodichogamy  Pollen Competition  Self-pollination  Sexual Interference