Potential distributions of Sinopodophyllum hexandrum based on fuzzy matter element model

  title={Potential distributions of Sinopodophyllum hexandrum based on fuzzy matter element model},
  author={GUO Yanlong and Wei Haiyan and Gu Wei and Zhang Hailong},
Specific geographic spatial information about species is an important part of species conservation. This information is essential for addressing many challenges to species conservation such as those induced by climate change, as well as other ecological or biological factors. It is also important for both the domestication of a wild species. Sinopodophyllum hexandrum, a perennial herb in the berberidaceae family, is an endangered traditional Tibetan medical plant. The wild populations of this… CONTINUE READING

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