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1. Photosynthesis in relation to reproductive success of Cyptipedium .. [578]
2. In search of the first flower: A Jurassic angiosperm, Archaefructu.. [505]
3. Mapping non-wood forest product (matsutake mushrooms) using logist.. [460]
4. A new species of Begonia (Begoniaceae) from Guangxi, China [439]
5. Plant diversity and priority conservation areas of Northwestern Yu.. [391]
6. Land bridge and long-distance dispersal - Old views, new evidence [342]
7. SYSTEMATIC SIGNIFICANCE OF THE DEVELOPMENT AND ANATOMY OF FLOWERS .. [318]
8. Rescuing the Sichou oak Quercus sichourensis in China [312]
9. Biodiversity Conservation of the Genus Incarvillea Juss. (Bignonia.. [310]
10. LEAF MARGIN ANALYSIS: A NEW EQUATION FROM HUMID TO MESIC FORESTS I.. [308]
11. Late Miocene southwestern Chinese floristic diversity shaped by th.. [306]
12. Lectotypification and New Synonymy in Quercus subg. Cyclobalanopsi.. [302]
13. Integrating fossils in a molecular-based phylogeny and testing the.. [297]
14. Photosynthetic performances of Quercus pannosa vary with altitude .. [292]
15. Leaf architecture in Quercus subgenus Cyclobalanopsis (Fagaceae) f.. [284]
16. New fossil endocarps of Sambucus (Adoxaceae) from the upper Plioce.. [284]
17. Genetic diversity of an endangered aquatic plant, Potamogeton luce.. [282]
18. Parasitic loranthus from Loranthaceae rather than Viscaceae potent.. [279]
19. Systematics of Fagaceae: Phylogenetic tests of reproductive trait .. [260]
20. Large-scale phylogenetic analyses reveal fagalean diversification .. [260]
21. A new Drynaria (Polypodiaceae) from the Upper Pliocene of Southwes.. [259]
22. First discovery of Cucubalus (Caryophyllaceae) fossil, and its bio.. [253]
23. Quantitative climate reconstructions of the late Miocene Xiaolongt.. [248]
24. Quantitative reconstruction of the Late Miocene monsoon climates o.. [248]
25. 物种——老问题新看法 [247]
26. Fossils of Quercus sect. Heterobalanus can help explain the uplift.. [245]
27. Micropropagation of Cypripedium flavum through multiple shoots of .. [235]
28. Phylogenetic studies of the core Alismatales inferred from morphol.. [230]
29. Pinus prekesiya sp nov from the upper Miocene of Yunnan, southwest.. [230]
30. The earliest fossil evidence of the Hamamelidaceae: Late Cretaceou.. [227]
31. Climatic envelope of evergreen sclerophyllous oaks and their prese.. [226]
32. The evolution of Miocene climates in North China: Preliminary resu.. [217]
33. The higher-level phylogeny of monocots based on matK, rbcL and 18S.. [214]
34. Fossil nothofagaceous leaves from the Eocene of western Antarctica.. [212]
35. Geometric morphometrics: A powerful tool for the study of shape ev.. [210]
36. Karyomorphology of Incarvillea (Bignoniaceae) and its implications.. [207]
37. Environmental heterogeneity decides bio-heterogeneity of the Spira.. [204]
38. Taxonomic notes on the genus Cyclobalanopsis (Fagaceae) [204]
39. A new Quercus species from the upper Miocene of southwestern China.. [204]
40. Revised taxonomy of selected fossil endocarp species in the Menisp.. [202]
41. Ditaxocladus (extinct Cupressaceae, Cupressoideae) from the Upper .. [202]
42. Wood anatomy of Craigia (Malvales) from southeastern Yunnan, China [201]
43. Leaf physiognomy and climate: Are monsoon systems different? [191]
44. Scanning electron microscopy of fruits in the West African Polygon.. [190]
45. The intensification of the East Asian winter monsoon contributed t.. [189]
46. Fossil fruits of Ailanthus confucii from the Upper Miocene of Wens.. [180]
47. Using species distribution modeling to improve conservation and la.. [179]
48. Microula pentagona sp nov and M-galactantha sp nov (Boraginaceae) .. [175]
49. Paleoclimatic estimation reveals a weak winter monsoon in southwes.. [175]
50. Gas exchange and resource utilization in two alpine oaks at differ.. [173]
51. Molecular phylogeny of Incarvillea (Bignoniaceae) based on its and.. [173]
52. The earliest fossil bamboos of China (middle Miocene, Yunnan) and .. [172]
53. Agapetes subsessilifolia (Ericaceae), a new species from the easte.. [169]
54. Neogene climate evolution in Eastern Eurasia with special referenc.. [169]
55. Major declines of woody plant species ranges under climate change .. [169]
56. Photosynthetic performances of transplanted Cypripedium flavum pla.. [168]
57. Regional constraints on leaf physiognomy and precipitation regress.. [168]
58. Elsholtzia litangensis sp nov (Lamiaceae) endemic to China [166]
59. Continuous existence of Zanthoxylum (Rutaceae) in Southwest China .. [163]
60. The first fossil Microsoroid fern (Palaeosorum ellipticum gen. et .. [162]
61. New insights into the species problem [157]
62. Rates of Water Loss and Uptake in Recalcitrant Fruits of Quercus S.. [145]
63. A hypothesis on cupule evolution and the evidence from molecular p.. [143]
64. Phylogeny and classification of Paris (Melanthiaceae) inferred fro.. [139]
65. Sladenia integrifolia (Sladeniaceae), a new species from China [138]
66. Large-scale dataset from China gives new insights into leaf margin.. [135]
67. Evolution of stomatal and trichome density of the Quercus delavayi.. [133]
68. A new subgenus of Incarvillea (Bignoniaceae) [132]
69. Paris xichouensis, a new combination of Trilliaceae from China [123]
70. Fire dynamics under monsoonal climate in Yunnan, SW China: past, p.. [120]
71. A global-scale test for monsoon indices used in palaeoclimatic rec.. [119]
72. New Biogeographic insight into Bauhinia s.l. (Leguminosae): integr.. [117]
73. Late Miocene vegetation dynamics under monsoonal climate in southw.. [116]
74. Warm-cold colonization: response of oaks to uplift of the Himalaya.. [111]
75. A new positive relationship between pCO(2) and stomatal frequency .. [104]
76. First fossil of Pterolobium (Leguminosae) from the Middle Miocene .. [103]
77. Endemic wild ornamental plants from northwestern Yunnan, China [94]
78. Habitat, climate and potential plant food resources for the late M.. [91]
79. Nutlet micro-morphology of the genus Microula (Boraginaceae) from .. [88]
80. A tropical forest of the middle Miocene of Fujian (SE China) revea.. [88]
81. Variations in Leaf Morphological Traits of Quercus guyavifolia (Fa.. [88]
82. MIOCENE LEAVES OF ELAEAGNUS (ELAEAGNACEAE) FROM THE QINGHAI-TIBET .. [77]
83. Evolutionary History of Atmospheric CO2 during the Late Cenozoic f.. [77]
84. A New Species of Tsuga (Pinaceae) based on Lignified Wood from the.. [72]
85. A Miocene leaf fossil record of Rosa (R-fortuita n. sp.) from its .. [72]
86. 中中新世气候适宜期环境变化:来自中国西南部湖泊沉积地球化学的证据 [69]
87. NEW MIDDLE MIOCENE FOSSIL WOOD OF WATARIA (MALVACEAE) FROM SOUTHWE.. [67]
88. 鹤庆栎(Quercus heqingensis n.sp.)的发现及其在古大气CO_2浓度重建中.. [67]
89. Gradual expansion of moisture sensitive Abies spectabilis forest i.. [65]
90. Paris caobangensis Y. H. Ji, H. Li & Z. K. Zhou (Trilliaceae), a n.. [62]
91. Effects of herbivores and litter on Lithocarpus hancei seed germin.. [60]
92. Rubus (Rosaceae) diversity in the late Pliocene of Yunnan, southwe.. [59]
93. Lake geochemistry reveals marked environmental change in Southwest.. [58]
94. Desiccation and post-dispersal infestation of acorns of Quercus sc.. [55]
95. Pre-dispersal strategies by Quercus schottkyana to mitigate the ef.. [55]
96. The first megafossil record of Goniophlebium (Polypodiaceae) from .. [51]
97. The first fossil record of ring-cupped oak (Quercus L. subgenus Cy.. [50]
98. Warming induced growth decline of Himalayan birch at its lower ran.. [50]
99. The oldest Mahonia (Berberidaceae) fossil from East Asia and its b.. [49]
100. Miocene Exbucklandia (Hamamelidaceae) from Yunnan, China and its b.. [49]

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1. Leaf architecture in Quercus subgenus Cyclobalanopsis (Fagaceae) f.. [152]
2. Mapping non-wood forest product (matsutake mushrooms) using logist.. [143]
3. 物种——老问题新看法 [137]
4. Parasitic loranthus from Loranthaceae rather than Viscaceae potent.. [132]
5. Land bridge and long-distance dispersal - Old views, new evidence [131]
6. Genetic diversity of an endangered aquatic plant, Potamogeton luce.. [128]
7. A new species of Begonia (Begoniaceae) from Guangxi, China [116]
8. LEAF MARGIN ANALYSIS: A NEW EQUATION FROM HUMID TO MESIC FORESTS I.. [110]
9. Fossils of Quercus sect. Heterobalanus can help explain the uplift.. [100]
10. In search of the first flower: A Jurassic angiosperm, Archaefructu.. [93]
11. Photosynthetic performances of Quercus pannosa vary with altitude .. [88]
12. Integrating fossils in a molecular-based phylogeny and testing the.. [86]
13. Phylogenetic studies of the core Alismatales inferred from morphol.. [84]
14. Lectotypification and New Synonymy in Quercus subg. Cyclobalanopsi.. [78]
15. Geometric morphometrics: A powerful tool for the study of shape ev.. [77]
16. Systematics of Fagaceae: Phylogenetic tests of reproductive trait .. [73]
17. Quantitative reconstruction of the Late Miocene monsoon climates o.. [73]
18. Plant diversity and priority conservation areas of Northwestern Yu.. [72]
19. Rescuing the Sichou oak Quercus sichourensis in China [72]
20. Biodiversity Conservation of the Genus Incarvillea Juss. (Bignonia.. [69]
21. New fossil endocarps of Sambucus (Adoxaceae) from the upper Plioce.. [69]
22. Fossil nothofagaceous leaves from the Eocene of western Antarctica.. [68]
23. A new Drynaria (Polypodiaceae) from the Upper Pliocene of Southwes.. [67]
24. Large-scale phylogenetic analyses reveal fagalean diversification .. [63]
25. Taxonomic notes on the genus Cyclobalanopsis (Fagaceae) [61]
26. The earliest fossil evidence of the Hamamelidaceae: Late Cretaceou.. [60]
27. Photosynthesis in relation to reproductive success of Cyptipedium .. [59]
28. Elsholtzia litangensis sp nov (Lamiaceae) endemic to China [59]
29. Scanning electron microscopy of fruits in the West African Polygon.. [56]
30. Quantitative climate reconstructions of the late Miocene Xiaolongt.. [55]
31. Agapetes subsessilifolia (Ericaceae), a new species from the easte.. [54]
32. Wood anatomy of Craigia (Malvales) from southeastern Yunnan, China [52]
33. Pinus prekesiya sp nov from the upper Miocene of Yunnan, southwest.. [52]
34. Microula pentagona sp nov and M-galactantha sp nov (Boraginaceae) .. [52]
35. Molecular phylogeny of Incarvillea (Bignoniaceae) based on its and.. [49]
36. Phylogeny and classification of Paris (Melanthiaceae) inferred fro.. [48]
37. The higher-level phylogeny of monocots based on matK, rbcL and 18S.. [47]
38. Using species distribution modeling to improve conservation and la.. [45]
39. The intensification of the East Asian winter monsoon contributed t.. [45]
40. Continuous existence of Zanthoxylum (Rutaceae) in Southwest China .. [43]
41. Revised taxonomy of selected fossil endocarp species in the Menisp.. [42]
42. Leaf physiognomy and climate: Are monsoon systems different? [42]
43. Late Miocene southwestern Chinese floristic diversity shaped by th.. [39]
44. Karyomorphology of Incarvillea (Bignoniaceae) and its implications.. [38]
45. The evolution of Miocene climates in North China: Preliminary resu.. [38]
46. New insights into the species problem [38]
47. A new Quercus species from the upper Miocene of southwestern China.. [37]
48. Gas exchange and resource utilization in two alpine oaks at differ.. [36]
49. Climatic envelope of evergreen sclerophyllous oaks and their prese.. [36]
50. First discovery of Cucubalus (Caryophyllaceae) fossil, and its bio.. [36]
51. The earliest fossil bamboos of China (middle Miocene, Yunnan) and .. [36]
52. Photosynthetic performances of transplanted Cypripedium flavum pla.. [35]
53. A new subgenus of Incarvillea (Bignoniaceae) [33]
54. Ditaxocladus (extinct Cupressaceae, Cupressoideae) from the Upper .. [32]
55. Micropropagation of Cypripedium flavum through multiple shoots of .. [31]
56. Sladenia integrifolia (Sladeniaceae), a new species from China [30]
57. Environmental heterogeneity decides bio-heterogeneity of the Spira.. [29]
58. Neogene climate evolution in Eastern Eurasia with special referenc.. [29]
59. Late Miocene vegetation dynamics under monsoonal climate in southw.. [28]
60. A hypothesis on cupule evolution and the evidence from molecular p.. [27]
61. Paleoclimatic estimation reveals a weak winter monsoon in southwes.. [26]
62. SYSTEMATIC SIGNIFICANCE OF THE DEVELOPMENT AND ANATOMY OF FLOWERS .. [24]
63. Rates of Water Loss and Uptake in Recalcitrant Fruits of Quercus S.. [24]
64. The first fossil Microsoroid fern (Palaeosorum ellipticum gen. et .. [24]
65. A New Species of Tsuga (Pinaceae) based on Lignified Wood from the.. [24]
66. Paris xichouensis, a new combination of Trilliaceae from China [23]
67. Regional constraints on leaf physiognomy and precipitation regress.. [23]
68. A global-scale test for monsoon indices used in palaeoclimatic rec.. [23]
69. Evolutionary History of Atmospheric CO2 during the Late Cenozoic f.. [23]
70. New Biogeographic insight into Bauhinia s.l. (Leguminosae): integr.. [22]
71. Major declines of woody plant species ranges under climate change .. [21]
72. Variations in Leaf Morphological Traits of Quercus guyavifolia (Fa.. [21]
73. A new positive relationship between pCO(2) and stomatal frequency .. [19]
74. A Miocene leaf fossil record of Rosa (R-fortuita n. sp.) from its .. [19]
75. 中中新世气候适宜期环境变化:来自中国西南部湖泊沉积地球化学的证据 [19]
76. Fossil seeds of Euryale (Nymphaeaceae) indicate a lake or swamp en.. [17]
77. First fossil of Pterolobium (Leguminosae) from the Middle Miocene .. [17]
78. Fire dynamics under monsoonal climate in Yunnan, SW China: past, p.. [16]
79. Endemic wild ornamental plants from northwestern Yunnan, China [15]
80. Fossil fruits of Ailanthus confucii from the Upper Miocene of Wens.. [15]
81. Large-scale dataset from China gives new insights into leaf margin.. [15]
82. Evolution of stomatal and trichome density of the Quercus delavayi.. [14]
83. The first fossil record of ring-cupped oak (Quercus L. subgenus Cy.. [14]
84. Warm-cold colonization: response of oaks to uplift of the Himalaya.. [14]
85. NEW MIDDLE MIOCENE FOSSIL WOOD OF WATARIA (MALVACEAE) FROM SOUTHWE.. [13]
86. The oldest Mahonia (Berberidaceae) fossil from East Asia and its b.. [12]
87. Habitat, climate and potential plant food resources for the late M.. [12]
88. A tropical forest of the middle Miocene of Fujian (SE China) revea.. [11]
89. Rubus (Rosaceae) diversity in the late Pliocene of Yunnan, southwe.. [10]
90. Desiccation and post-dispersal infestation of acorns of Quercus sc.. [10]
91. Distribution of Cenozoic plant relicts in China explained by droug.. [9]
92. Lake geochemistry reveals marked environmental change in Southwest.. [9]
93. The first megafossil record of Goniophlebium (Polypodiaceae) from .. [9]
94. Miocene Exbucklandia (Hamamelidaceae) from Yunnan, China and its b.. [9]
95. MIOCENE LEAVES OF ELAEAGNUS (ELAEAGNACEAE) FROM THE QINGHAI-TIBET .. [8]
96. Nutlet micro-morphology of the genus Microula (Boraginaceae) from .. [8]
97. Artificial neural networks reveal a high-resolution climatic signa.. [8]
98. 鹤庆栎(Quercus heqingensis n.sp.)的发现及其在古大气CO_2浓度重建中.. [8]
99. New fossil record of Cladium (Cyperaceae) from the Middle Miocene .. [8]
100. Phylogeographic analysis reveals significant spatial genetic struc.. [7]