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Small-scale switch in cover-perimeter relationships of patches indicates shift of dominant species during grassland degradation 期刊论文
JOURNAL OF PLANT ECOLOGY, 2020, 卷号: 13, 期号: 6, 页码: 704-712
Authors:  Song, Ming-Hua;  Cornelissen, Johannes H. C.;  Li, Yi-Kang;  Xu, Xing-Liang;  Zhou, Hua-Kun;  Cui, Xiao-Yong;  Wang, Yan-Fen;  Xu, Rong-Yan;  Feng, Qi
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grassland degradation  state transition  Tibetan Plateau  trade-off  vegetation patchiness  
Decreased community litter decomposition associated with nitrogen induced convergence in leaf traits in an alpine meadow 期刊论文
SOIL & TILLAGE RESEARCH, 2019, 卷号: 194, 页码: 8
Authors:  Song, Ming-Hua;  Chen, Jin;  Xu, Xing-Liang;  Yu, Fei-Hai;  Jiang, Jing;  Zheng, Li-Li;  Cornelissen, Johannes H. C.
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Leaf traits  Convergence  Litter decomposition  N enrichment  Alpine meadow  Tibetan plateau  
Shifts in priming partly explain impacts of long-term nitrogen input in different chemical forms on soil organic carbon storage 期刊论文
GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY, 2018, 卷号: 24, 期号: 9, 页码: 4160-4172
Authors:  Song, Minghua;  Guo, Yu;  Yu, Feihai;  Zhang, Xianzhou;  Cao, Guangmin;  Cornelissen, Johannes H. C.
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alpine meadow  functional groups  nitrogen chemical form  priming effect  soil microbes  soil organic carbon  Tibetan Plateau  
Changes in quantity rather than palatability of alpine meadow species induce cascading effects of long-term nitrogen fertilization on phytophagous insect abundance 期刊论文
JOURNAL OF VEGETATION SCIENCE, 2018, 卷号: 29, 期号: 5, 页码: 867-876
Authors:  Song, Ming-Hua;  Zheng, Li-Li;  Yin, Tan-Feng;  Zhang, Xian-Zhou;  Yu, Fei-Hai;  Cornelissen, Johannes H. C.
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cascading effect  caterpillar  feeding preference  feeding test  grassland  nitrogen fertilization  palatability  Tibetan Plateau