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  •   Plants have evolved a set of highly sophisticated mechanisms to deal with environmental stresses and to survive in a cost-efficient manner. For example, upon pathogen attack, plants reallocate their limited resources away from growth towards defense against pathogens, and this trade-off betw...

  •   Coastal wetlands are important ecosystems, especially in mitigating climate change. Prof. Faming Wang from South China Botanical Garden, Chinese Academy of Sciences, and Prof. Sanders from Southern Cross University, Australia worked together with several colleagues around the globe to examin...

  •   Leaf-out and flowering are two key phenological events of plants, denoting the respective onsets of visible vegetative growth and reproduction during the year. For each species, the schedule of vegetative growth and reproduction is crucial to the maximization of its fitness. Warming-induced ...

  •   The microbial immobilization of inorganic nitrogen (N) has a vital role in controlling the size of the soil inorganic N pool and is therefore an important mechanism for the retention of N in ecosystems. As the dominant microorganisms in soil, fungi and bacteria are probably the main particip...

  •   Many areas on the earth are becoming drier under global warming. Meanwhile, in the past decades, drought-induced forest die-off has been recorded on every forested biome, exerting great effects on biodiversity and ecosystem functions. However, a general understanding of forest vulnerability ...
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