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Assessment of volatile organic compound emissions from ecosystems of China
[1] Isoprene, monoterpene, and other volatile organic compound (VOC) emissions from grasslands, shrublands, forests, and peatlands in China were characterized to estimate their regional magnitudesExpand
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The molecular phylogeny of Alpinia (Zingiberaceae): a complex and polyphyletic genus of gingers.
Alpinia is the largest, most widespread, and most taxonomically complex genus in the Zingiberaceae with 230 species occurring throughout tropical and subtropical Asia. Species of Alpinia oftenExpand
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Volatile organic compounds from vegetation in southern Yunnan Province, China : Emission rates and some potential regional implications
ARTICLE IN PRESS Atmospheric Environment 40 (2006) 1759–1773 www.elsevier.com/locate/atmosenv Volatile organic compounds from vegetation in southern Yunnan Province, China: Emission rates and someExpand
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Reproductive biology of Alpinia blepharocalyx (Zingiberaceae): another example of flexistyly
The floral biology and breeding system of Alpinia blepharocalyx were studied in Yunnan province, southwest China. Our results indicate that populations of A. blepharocalyx have two floral morphs,Expand
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Diversity of soil actinomycetes in yunnan, china.
Since 1978, about 4,200 soil samples have been collected from 22 selected areas of various vegetational and climatic types throughout the province of Yunnan. Actinomycetes of 29 genera were isolatedExpand
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Evolutionary diversification of alpine ginger reflects the early uplift of the Himalayan-Tibetan Plateau and rapid extrusion of Indochina
article The evolutionary diversifications of many taxonomic groups, especially those with limited dispersal ability, are often driven by key geological events, such as tectonic drift, continentalExpand
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Predicting mating patterns from pollination syndromes: the case of "sapromyiophily" in Tacca chantrieri (Taccaceae).
Tacca, a genus of tropical herbs, possesses near black flowers, conspicuous involucral bracts and whisker-like filiform bracteoles. These features have been assumed to function as a "deceit syndrome"Expand
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Wet and dry season ecosystem level fluxes of isoprene and monoterpenes from a southeast Asian secondary forest and rubber tree plantation
Abstract Canopy scale fluxes of isoprene and monoterpenes were investigated in both wet and dry seasons above a rubber tree (Hevea brasiliensis)/secondary tropical forest in the Yunnan province ofExpand
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Monoterpene emissions from rubber trees (Hevea brasiliensis) in a changing landscape and climate: chemical speciation and environmental control
Emissions of biogenic volatile organic compounds (VOCs) have important roles in ecophysiology and atmospheric chemistry at a wide range of spatial and temporal scales. Tropical regions are a majorExpand
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The floral biology of Curcumorpha longiflora (Zingiberaceae): a ginger with two-day flowers.
Curcumorpha longiflora is a perennial chasmophyte (rock fissure plant) ginger that usually grows in crevices of calcareous rocks and forms patches on the understory of limestone monsoon rainforests.Expand
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