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Save China’s Wild Bees to Safeguard Global Food Supply
China has so far avoided the massive losses of bees seen in the West, but the country’s diverse range of native bees face their own set of growing threats. A new study argues that these threats could have disastrous consequences for global food security and biodiversity.

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An Optimized ddRAD Library Preparation Approach
ddRAD-seq is a reduced representation sequencing technology by sampling genome-wide restriction-site enzyme loci developed on the basis of next-generation sequencing. This technique has been widely applied to SNP marker development and genotyping on animals, especially on marine metazoa as the or... 查看详细>>
The Missing Link in Carbon Accounting
According to the International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), agriculture and land-use change account for about 24% of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions. 

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The New Anti-Cancer Mechanism
Drug repurposing has become an important strategy for the development of novel anti-cancer drugs. Ciclopirox olamine (CPX), a broad-spectrum fungicide, was recently identified as a potential anticancer agent. However, the molecular mechanisms underlying the anti-cancer effect of CPX are still unc... 查看详细>>
Chinese Scientists Rediscover Lost Fungus After 164 Years
Most species in Pleurotus have great dietary and economic importance. Species in P. ostreatus species complex are widely cultivated in East Asia. Recently, researchers from Kunming Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences (KIB/CAS) rediscovered P. placentodes (Berk.) Sacc. 
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Multiple functions of volatiles in flowers and leaves were revealed
Flowering plants bring pollinators into contact with reproductive structures by providing olfactory or visual signals, and by rewarding visitors with nectar, pollen, and oils. In turn, pollinator preference and abundance influence a plant’s reproductive success. 
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