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  •   Plants sense and integrate a variety of signals from the environment through different interacting signal transduction pathwaysthat involve hormones and signaling molecules. Using ALTERNATIVE OXIDASE1a (AOX1a) gene expression as a model system of retrograde or stress signaling between mitoch...

  •   Adequate and advanced knowledge of the response of forest ecosystem to temperature-induced drought is critical for a comprehensive understanding of the impact of global climate change on forest ecosystem structure and function. Recent massive decline in aspen-dominated forests and an increas...

  •   Many studies have already addressed the existence of unstable and nonlinear relationships between radial growth of white spruce (Picea glauca) and climate variables in boreal forests along the high latitudes (>60° N). However, along the mid-latitudes, the climate-growth relationship is sti...

  •   Ontogenetic growth reflects the changes of biomass, height (or body length) of a biological organism as a function of time. Many growth equations have been built but few can accurately predict the ending time of growth.
      Professor Huang Jianguo (correspondence, Forest Ecology and Simulati...

  •   Assessing nutrient availability for ecosystem gross primary productivity of global forests especially complex diversified tropical and subtropical forests is a fundamental and crucial work. Analyses from forest succession showed that soil microorganisms and specific chemical processes may co...
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