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Facilitation by two exotic Acacia: Acacia auriculiformis and Acacia mangium as nurse plants in South China
Natural recovery of different areas of a deserted quarry in South China.
Factors influencing establishment by direct seeding of indigenous tree species in typical plantations and shrubland in South China
Direct seeding can be useful for the establishment of indigenous tree species into plantations and shrubland but Optimizing early seedling establishment and growth will require the selection of suitable native species for improving seedlingestablishment in different plantations.
Nurse plant theory and its application in ecological restoration in lower subtropics of China
Canopy Size Dependent Facilitations from the Native Shrub Rhodomyrtus tomentosa to the Early Establishment of Native Trees Castanopsis fissa and Syzygium hancei in Tropical China
It is found that the beneficial effects of the native shrub on seedling establishment and growth result mostly from the improvement in nutrient and water availabilities, the reduction in plant stress caused by harsh summer light, and the specific ecological requirements of different tree species.
Landscape diversity enhances parasitism of cotton bollworm (Helicoverpa armigera) eggs by Trichogramma chilonis in cotton
Change in ladybeetle abundance and biological control of wheat aphids over time in agricultural landscape
Soil seed banks in four 22-year-old plantations in South China: Implications for restoration
Community Comparison and Determinant Analysis of Understory Vegetation in Six Plantations in South China
Plantations cover large areas in many countries, and the enhancement of plantation biodiversity is an increasingly important ecological concern. Many studies have demonstrated that overstory…