Title Publication Name First Author PubYear Volume, Issue, page number Indexed categories
The Bradyrhizobium-legume symbiosis is dominant in the shrubby ecosystem of the Karst region, Southwest China. European Journal of Soil Biology. liulu 2015 68  1-8
Relating land use patterns to stream nutrient levels in red soil agricultural catchments in subtropical central China ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND POLLUTION RESEARCH wangyi 2014 21 17 10481-10492
Effects of biochar amendment on the net greenhouse gas emission and greenhouse gas intensity in a Chinese double rice cropping system European Journal of Soil Biology shenjianlin 2014 65 9 30-39
Contribution of atmospheric nitrogen deposition to diffuse pollution in a typical hilly red soil catchment in southern China Journal of Enviromental Sciences shenjianlin 2014 26 5 1797-1805
OsMsr9, a novel putative rice F-box containing protein, confers enhanced salt tolerance in transgenic rice and Arabidopsis Molecular breeding xuguoyun 2014 34 3 1055-1064
Biomass and carbon storage in an age-sequence of Cyclobalanopsis glauca plantations in southwest China Ecological engineering zhanghao 2014  73 184-191
Fate of C-14-labeled dissolved organic matter in paddy and upland soils in responding to moisture SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT chenxiangbi 2014 488 0 268-274
Effects of land cover on soil organic carbon stock in a karst landscape with discontinuous soil distribution JOURNAL OF MOUNTAIN SCIENCE chenxiangbi 2014 11 3 774-781
Effects of sediment burial disturbance on the vegetative propagation of Phalaris arundinacea with different shoot statuses Aquatic Ecology chenxinsheng 2014 48 3 409-416
Increased density facilitates plant acclimation to drought stress in the emergent macrophyte Polygonum hydropiper ECOLOGICAL ENGINEERING lifeng 2014 71 0 66-70