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Scots pine fine roots adjust along a 2000-km latitudinal climatic gradient SCI/SSCI论文
2016
Authors:  Zadworny M.;  Mccormack, M. L.;  Mucha, J.;  Reich, P. B.;  Oleksyn, J.
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genetic control of root development  latitude gradients  root  cold-adaptation  roots absorptive capacity  Scots pine (Pinus  sylvestris) ecotypic variation  picea-abies l.  provenance experiment  sylvestris l  axenic-culture  hebeloma-spp.  arctic tundra  growth  carbon  populations  trees  
A novel soil manganese mechanism drives plant species loss with increased nitrogen deposition in a temperate steppe SCI/SSCI论文
2016
Authors:  Tian Q. Y.;  Liu, N. N.;  Bai, W. M.;  Li, L. H.;  Chen, J. Q.;  Reich, P. B.;  Yu, Q.;  Guo, D. L.;  Smith, M. D.;  Knapp, A. K.;  Cheng, W. X.;  Lu, P.;  Gao, Y.;  Yang, A.;  Wang, T. Z.;  Li, X.;  Wang, Z. W.;  Ma, Y. B.;  Han, X. G.;  Zhang, W. H.
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Artemisia frigida  forbs and grasses  Inner Mongolia  China  manganese  mobilization and acquisition  nitrogen deposition  photosynthesis  soil  acidification  species richness  Stipa krylovii  temperate steppe  nutrient enrichment  acidic grasslands  biodiversity loss  regional  trends  diversity  fertilization  ecosystem  china  competition  light