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Shift in nurse effect from facilitation to competition with increasing size of Salix cupularis canopy in a desertified alpine meadow on the Tibetan Plateau 期刊论文
CATENA, 2020, 卷号: 195, 页码: 11
Authors:  Liu, Miao;  Wang, Yi;  Sun, Jian;  Zhang, Zhenchao;  Xu, Xingliang;  Zhou, Huakun;  Wu, Gao-lin;  Xu, Ming;  Tsunekawa, Atsushi;  Haregeweyn, Nigussie;  Tsubo, Mitsuru
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Nurse plant  Facilitation  Interspecific relationship  Degradation  Tibetan Plateau  
An invasive plant provides refuge to native plant species in an intensely grazed ecosystem 期刊论文
BIOLOGICAL INVASIONS, 2018, 卷号: 20, 期号: 10, 页码: 2745-2751
Authors:  Oduor, Ayub M. O.;  Long, Huaping;  Fandohan, A. Belarmain;  Liu, Jian;  Yu, Xiubo
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Facilitation  Native-exotic plant interactions  Nurse plants  Native species diversity  Unpalatable exotic plants  Nairobi National Park  
尼泊尔贫困成因与减贫机制研究——以Bajhang地区农业和社区林业为例 学位论文
博士, 北京: 中国科学院研究生院, 2015
Authors:  Dhruba Bijaya G.C
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量化辨识气候变化和人类活动对青藏高原高寒草地的影响 学位论文
博士, 北京: 中国科学院研究生院, 2014
Authors:  陈宝雄
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Leaf litter of a dominant cushion plant shifts nitrogen mineralization to immobilization at high but not low temperature in an alpine meadow SCI/SSCI论文
Authors:  He Y. T.;  Xu X. L.;  Kueffer C.;  Zhang X. Z.;  Shi P. L.
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Alpine Meadow  Climate Change  Cushion Plant  Cmineralization  Litter  Decomposition  n Mineralization  Nutrient Cycling  Tibetan Plateau  Soil Microbial Biomass  Organic-matter Decomposition  Androsace-tapete  Primulaceae  Spatial Genetic-structure  Qinghai-tibetan Plateau  Arctic  Soils  Positive Associations  Community Structure  Inorganic Nitrogen  Central Chile  
Variation of biomass and morphology of the cushion plant Androsace tapete along an elevational gradient in the Tibetan Plateau SCI/SSCI论文
Authors:  He Y. T.;  Kueffer C.;  Shi P. L.;  Zhang X. Z.;  Du M. Y.;  Yan W.;  Sun W.
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Climate Change  Cushion Plant  Elevational Gradient  Plant Morphology  Tibetan Plateau  Spatial Genetic-structure  Azorella-compacta  Climate-change  Altitudinal Distribution  Positive Associations  Seedling Growth  Invasive Trees  Size Structure  Central Chile  High Andes  
高山垫状植物的生态系统工程师效应 学位论文
硕士, 北京: 中国科学院研究生院, 2013
Authors:  孟丰收
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The altitudinal distribution center of a widespread cushion species is related to an optimum combination of temperature and precipitation in the central Tibetan Plateau SCI/SSCI论文
Authors:  Li R.;  Luo T.;  Tang Y.;  Du M.;  Zhang X.
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Alpine Meadow  Climate  Cushion Plant  Distribution Pattern  Limiting  Factor  Plant Cover  Survival  Androsace-tapete Primulaceae  Spatial Genetic-structure  Net Primary  Productivity  Central Chile  High Andes  Ecosystem Engineers  Alpine  Gradients  Plant  Elevation  Responses  
The association between daily outpatient visits for allergic rhinitis and pollen levels in Beijing EI期刊论文
Authors:  Zhang Fengying;  Krafft Thomas;  Zhang Deshan;  Xu Jin;  Wang Wuyi
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Air Pollution  Harmonic Analysis  Health Risks  
Seasonal patterns of root and shoot interactions in an alpine meadow on the Tibetan Plateau SCI/SSCI论文
Authors:  Song M. H.;  Hu Q. W.;  Tian Y. Q.;  Ouyang H.
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Competition  Facilitation  Growing Season  Ontogenetic Phase  Habitat  Environmental Conditions  Below-ground Competition  Positive Interactions  Plant-communities  Mineral-nutrition  Wild Plants  Facilitation  Soil  Gradients  Stress  Associations