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  •   Elevated anthropogenic acid deposition can significantly affect forest ecosystem functioning by changing soil pH, nutrient balance, and chemical leaching and so on. These effects generally differ among different forests, and the mechanisms for those observed responses often vary, depending o...

  •   Dr. Hui Dafeng, the professor of Tennessee State University, USA, together with Dr. Deng Qi, at the invitation of Prof. Zhang Deqiang, visited SCBG for scientific research cooperation from 27 to 31 May.
      Prof. Hui firstly made a visit to the simulated warming plot at Dinghushan Nature Res...

  •   The development of botanical gardens in Asia over recent years has shown a remarkable period of growth, but they face many problems and bigger challenges than they ever. This is particularly true and more complex for those botanical gardens in developing countries. The “Botanical Garden Dev...

  •   Introduction and website of South China Botanical Garden
      South China Botanical Garden (SCBG), Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) is an important base for science and technology innovation, personnel training and scientific knowledge dissemination in China. The main research directions of ...

  •   As important components of tropical and subtropical forests, ferns play crucial roles in nutrient cycling, microclimate maintenance, and forest regeneration. It is a general point of view that ferns distribute commonly in shady understory, with some species on the brink of extinction, while ...
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