chin j plant ecol

Plants Native to China

Jul 10 2019The native plants are resistant to aphids and many diseases that affect native or exotic plant species Below are some of the native trees species in China Gutta-Percha Tree Gutt-percha (Eucommia ulmoides) is a small tree native to China The tree belongs to the monotypic family

Global pollinator declines: trends impacts and drivers

Jun 01 2010Plant biodiversity in most regions of the world has also undergone rapid change in recent decades Where high-quality data sets have been compiled local plant diversity appears to have declined in most sites and most habitats J Appl Ecol 45 (2008) pp 773-783

Plant Ecology

Aug 26 2020Plant Ecology publishes original scientific papers that report and interpret the findings of pure and applied research into the ecology of vascular plants in terrestrial and wetland ecosystems Empirical experimental theoretical and review papers reporting on ecophysiology population community ecosystem landscape molecular and historical

Volatile

J Chem Ecol 2017 Apr 43(4):327-338 doi: 10 1007/s10886-017-0826-z Epub 2017 Mar 9 Plant volatiles play crucial roles in signaling between plants and their associated community members but their role in within-plant signaling remains largely unexplored particularly under field conditions Using a system comprising the hybrid aspen

Exogenous Application of Jasmonic Acid Induces Volatile

Aug 17 2005Arimura T Nishioka J Takabayashi (2004) ArticleTitle Corn plants treated with jasmonic acid attract more specialist parasitoids thereby increasing parasitization of the common armyworm J Chem Ecol 30 1797–1808 Occurrence Handle 10 1023/B:JOEC 0000042402 04012 c7 Occurrence Handle 15586675

How understanding aboveground–belowground linkages can

Nov 01 2010Inderjit and van der Putten W H (2010) Impacts of soil microbial communities on exotic plant invasions Trends Ecol Evol 25 512–519 Google Scholar 75 K A Stinson et al Invasive plant suppresses the growth of native tree seedlings by disrupting belowground mutualisms

Plant

Jan 13 2017Evidence is mounting that interactions between plants and microbes influence the maintenance of terrestrial plant diversity (1–3) Plant roots interact closely with a wide range of soil biota including beneficial ones that enhance nutrient acquisition (e g mycorrhizal fungi) and pathogens that cause root necrosis or plant death (1 4) As such effects of soil biota on plant survival and

Salvia miltiorrhiza: Traditional medicinal uses chemistry

Salvia miltiorrhiza Bunge (SM) is a very popular medicinal plant that has been extensively applied for many years to treat various diseases especially coronary heart diseases and cerebrovascular diseases either alone or in combination with other Chinese plant-based medicines Although a large numb

Influence of reproductive traits on pollination success in

J Plant Res (2011) 124:277–287 DOI 10 1007/s10265-010-0373-y Author's personal copy species with low ovule-seed ratio (Holland and Chamber-lain 2007) Plants with low flower visitors tend to show greater variation in pollination success than pollinator-

Chinese Journal of Ecology 1000

This publication is sponsored by the Ecological Society of China academic journals but also the Chinese core journals Readers engaged in ecology biology earth science forest farming fisheries oceanography meteorology environmental economic health and urban construction department of scientific research teaching science and technology workers the decision-making department

Chin J Plant Ecol

Methods We used the data of 10 973 woody-plants in a 11 76 hm 2 large sample plot and analyzed the correlations between 7 different indices of species diversity or community structure and productivity Structural equation model was used to compare the effects of species diversity and community structure on productivity Chin J Plan Ecolo

Threats to an ecosystem service: pressures on pollinators

Thomas J Creedy Hannah Norman Cuong Q Tang Kai Qing Chin Carmelo Andujar Paula Arribas Rory S O'Connor Claire Carvell David G Notton Alfried P Vogler A validated workflow for rapid taxonomic assignment and monitoring of a national fauna of bees (Apiformes) using high throughput DNA barcoding Molecular Ecology Resources 10

Life cycle water use for electricity generation: a review

Mar 12 2013Burkhardt J J Heath G and Cohen E 2012 Life cycle greenhouse gas emissions of trough and tower concentrating solar power electricity generation: systematic review and harmonization J Ind Ecol 16 S93–S109 Crossref

J Plant Ecol

The DOM released from the plants was very labile and 92 4%–98 1% of the DOC and 88 0%–94 6% of the DN released from the plants were consumed by bacteria during the 27-day incubation period The fluorescence characteristics of the plant-released DOM indicated that chromophoric dissolved organic matter was a major fraction of the DOM and

Exogenous Application of Jasmonic Acid Induces Volatile

Aug 17 2005Arimura T Nishioka J Takabayashi (2004) ArticleTitle Corn plants treated with jasmonic acid attract more specialist parasitoids thereby increasing parasitization of the common armyworm J Chem Ecol 30 1797–1808 Occurrence Handle 10 1023/B:JOEC 0000042402 04012 c7 Occurrence Handle 15586675

Chinese Journal of Ecology 1000

This publication is sponsored by the Ecological Society of China academic journals but also the Chinese core journals Readers engaged in ecology biology earth science forest farming fisheries oceanography meteorology environmental economic health and urban construction department of scientific research teaching science and technology workers the decision-making department

Intercropping of Sonchus asper and Vicia faba affects

Aug 01 2020Plant Soil 326: 453€"467 Li X B Xie J Z Li B W Wang W 2009 Ecological responses of Brassica juncea-alfalfa intercropping to cadmium stress Chin J Appl Ecol (in Chinese) 20: 1711€"1715 Li Y Fang Q X Zu Y Q 2008 Accumulation characteristics of two ecotypes Sonchus asper (L ) Hill to Cd

How understanding aboveground–belowground linkages can

Nov 01 2010Inderjit and van der Putten W H (2010) Impacts of soil microbial communities on exotic plant invasions Trends Ecol Evol 25 512–519 Google Scholar 75 K A Stinson et al Invasive plant suppresses the growth of native tree seedlings by disrupting belowground mutualisms

Influence of reproductive traits on pollination success in

J Plant Res (2011) 124:277–287 DOI 10 1007/s10265-010-0373-y Author's personal copy species with low ovule-seed ratio (Holland and Chamber-lain 2007) Plants with low flower visitors tend to show greater variation in pollination success than pollinator-

Chromium toxicity and tolerance in plants

Apr 18 2013Chen YX Zhu ZX He ZY (1994) Pollution behaviour of organic Cr(III) complexes in soil-plant system Chin J Appl Ecol 5:187–191 Google Scholar Choo TP Lee CK Low KS Hishamuddin O (2006) Accumulation of chromium (VI) from aqueous solutions using water lilies (Nymphaea spontanea) Chemosphere 62:961–967

Intercropping of Sonchus asper and Vicia faba affects

Aug 01 2020Plant Soil 326: 453€"467 Li X B Xie J Z Li B W Wang W 2009 Ecological responses of Brassica juncea-alfalfa intercropping to cadmium stress Chin J Appl Ecol (in Chinese) 20: 1711€"1715 Li Y Fang Q X Zu Y Q 2008 Accumulation characteristics of two ecotypes Sonchus asper (L ) Hill to Cd

Plant species and soil type cooperatively shape the

There are several contrasting reports in the literature indicating plant or soil type as dominant factor (Grayston et al 1998 Girvan et al 2003 Nunan et al 2005) This review will present historical and more recent findings about plant specificity of rhizosphere communities and will analyse the background for this phenomenon on the basis of examples and physiological data

Mycorrhiza

May 24 2012Symbioses between plants and beneficial soil microorganisms like arbuscular-mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) are known to promote plant growth and help plants to cope with biotic and abiotic stresses Profound physiological changes take place in the host plant upon root colonization by AMF affecting the interactions with a wide range of organisms below- and above-ground Protective

Plant species and soil type cooperatively shape the

There are several contrasting reports in the literature indicating plant or soil type as dominant factor (Grayston et al 1998 Girvan et al 2003 Nunan et al 2005) This review will present historical and more recent findings about plant specificity of rhizosphere communities and will analyse the background for this phenomenon on the basis of examples and physiological data