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Poplar males and willow females exhibit superior adaptation to nocturnal warming than the opposite sex 期刊论文
SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT, 2020, 卷号: 717, 页码: 137179
Authors:  Liao Jun;  Cai Zeyu;  Song Haifeng;  Zhang Sheng
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Dioecy  Nighttime warming  Salicaceae  Physiological differences  
Phosphoproteomic and Metabolomic Analyses Reveal Sexually Differential Regulatory Mechanisms in Poplar to Nitrogen Deficiency 期刊论文
JOURNAL OF PROTEOME RESEARCH, 2020, 卷号: 19, 期号: 3, 页码: 1073-1084
Authors:  Song Haifeng;  Cai Zeyu;  Liao Jun;  Zhang Sheng
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dioecious plant  nitrogen deficiency  protein phosphorylation  carbon metabolism  osmotic adjustment  
Sexually differential tolerance to water deficiency of Salix paraplesia-A female-biased alpine willow 期刊论文
ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTION, 2019, 卷号: 9, 期号: 15, 页码: 8450-8464
Authors:  Liao, Jun;  Song, Haifeng;  Tang, Duoteng;  Zhang, Sheng
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alpine  dioecy  drought  sex ratio  willow  
Sexually differential gene expressions in poplar roots in response to nitrogen deficiency 期刊论文
TREE PHYSIOLOGY, 2019, 卷号: 39, 期号: 9, 页码: 1614-1629
Authors:  Song Haifeng;  Cai Zeyu;  Liao Jun;  Tang Duoteng;  Zhang Sheng
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dioecious plant  growth and resistance  hormones  nitrogen limitation  secondary metabolism  
Age-related variations of needles and twigs in nutrient, nonstructural carbon and isotope composition along altitudinal gradients 期刊论文
JOURNAL OF MOUNTAIN SCIENCE, 2019, 卷号: 16, 期号: 7, 页码: 1546-1558
Authors:  Tang, Duo-teng;  Peng, Guo-quan;  Zhang, Sheng
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Fir  Elevation  Nutrient  Age  Needle and twig  Sub-alpine  
Unravelling community assemblages through multi-element stoichiometry in plant leaves and roots across primary successional stages in a glacier retreat area 期刊论文
PLANT AND SOIL, 2018, 卷号: 428, 期号: 1-2, 页码: 291-305
Authors:  Jiang, Yonglei;  Song, Mengya;  Zhang, Sheng;  Cai, Zhiquan;  Lei, Yanbao
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Edaphic and biotic drivers  Hailuogou Glacier Chronosequence  Elements homoeostatic regulation  Plant community assembly  
Differences in resistance to nitrogen and phosphorus deficiencies explain male-biased populations of poplar in nutrient-deficient habitats 期刊论文
JOURNAL OF PROTEOMICS, 2018, 卷号: 178, 页码: 123-127
Authors:  Song, Haifeng;  Lei, Yanbao;  Zhang, Sheng
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Populus  Nutrient deficiency  Physiological process  Proteomics  Sexual differences  
Effects of NH4 (+) and NO3 (-) on sexual dimorphism responses to manganese stress in a dioecious tree species 期刊论文
TREES-STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION, 2018, 卷号: 32, 期号: 2, 页码: 473-488
Authors:  Zhao, Hongxia;  Zhang, Sheng;  Li, Junyu;  Song, Mengya;  Pang, Jiayin
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Poplar  Mn stress  Sex dimorphism  N sources  ROS accumulation  
“一带一路”自然灾害风险与综合减灾 期刊论文
中国科学院院刊, 2018, 卷号: 38, 期号: S2, 页码: 38-43
Authors:  崔鹏;  邹强;  陈曦;  王东晓;  胡胜;  蒋长胜
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自然灾害  风险评估  减灾  “一带一路”  
Transcriptional profiling reveals mechanisms of sexually dimorphic responses of Populus cathayana to potassium deficiency 期刊论文
PHYSIOLOGIA PLANTARUM, 2018, 卷号: 162, 期号: 3, 页码: 301-315
Authors:  Han, Qingquan;  Song, Haifeng;  Yang, Yanni;  Jiang, Hao;  Zhang, Sheng
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