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New Research Suggests Biogeographic Implications of Dry-Hot (Warm...

  Doctor ZHANG Ticao and Professor SUN Hang published their new findings on biogeographic implications of Dry-Hot (Warm) Valleys of Southwest (SW) China. Their findings suggest that tectonic events not only made the continuous range of organisms into disjunctive pieces, but also made the disju... 查看详细>>
Phylogeny and Biogeography of Soroseris, Stebbinsia<...
Soroseris, Stebbinsia, and Syncalathium are three genera of the sunflower family (Asteraceae) with restricted distributions on high screes of the Tibetan Plateau. A molecular analysis to test the monophyly of the genera, evaluate the phylogenetic relationships and construct their biogeographic di... 查看详细>>
Lethal Amanitas in East Asia Characterized by Morphological and M...
Being low in calories and high in proteins, fibre, vitamins and minerals, a large number of wild mushrooms are valuable for food, and, thus, the consumption of wild edible mushrooms, a popular delicacy in many countries, has been increasing very rapidly.
  Mushroom poisoning cases have been fre... 查看详细>>
Mycorrhizal Specificity, Preference, and Plasticity of some Slipp...
Mycorrhizae play a vital role in the life cycle and evolutionary history of orchids. The genera Cypripedium and Paphiopedilum, both belonging to the subfamily Cypripedioideae of the Orchidaceae, are very well known as slipper orchids in horticultural science. However, due to the environment disru... 查看详细>>
Predicting Global Change through Reconstruction Research of Paleo...
Predicting global change is a scientific question as well as a general concern of human society. To accurately predict global change, we must master the climate changes in geologic history time and history period. The reconstruction of paleclimate can not only provide important basic information ... 查看详细>>
Species Diversity and Molecular Phylogeny of Macrolepiota
Lepiotaceous fungi are in general saprotrophic forest floor dwellers. Some of them are excellent edible fungi while quite a few are poisonous. As this group of fungi act a key role in the evolution of basidiomycetes, they have long been the research interests for many mycologists.
  Under the f... 查看详细>>
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