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- Li, Jun, et al. Show all 7 Authors
- Planta 2007 v.225 no.2 pp. 321-330
- DNA; bacterial artificial chromosomes; breeding; chromosome mapping; clones; crop production; cytoplasmic male sterility; recessive genes; rice; temperature; China
- ... Previous research has demonstrated that the thermo-sensitive genic male-sterile (TGMS) gene in rice was regulated by temperature. TGMS rice is important to hybrid rice production because the application of the TGMS system in two-line breeding is cost-effective, simple, efficient and overcomes the limitations of the cytoplasmic male sterility (CMS) system. AnnongS is the first discovered and deeply ...
- Li, Jun, et al. Show all 6 Authors
- Ecography 2006 v.29 no.6 pp. 919-927
- climatic factors; frogs; indigenous species; mountains; species diversity; temperature; China
- ... We studied frog biodiversity along an elevational gradient in the Hengduan Mountains, China. Endemic and non-endemic elevational diversity patterns were examined individually. Competing hypotheses were also tested for these patterns. Species richness of total frogs, endemics and non-endemics peaked at mid-elevations. The peak in endemic species richness was at higher elevations than the maxima of ...
- Li, Jun, et al. Show all 9 Authors
- Boundary-layer meteorology 2001 v.98 no.1 pp. 83-102
- anemometers; eddy covariance; energy; forest canopy; forests; grazing lands; heat; mountains; temperature; thermometers; turbulent flow; China; Kansas
- ... Three velocity components and temperature were measured using three-dimensional sonic anemometers/thermometers attwo levels, above and within a forest canopy, in the Changbai Mountains of northeast China. Turbulence spectral structure, local isotropy and dissipation rates above and within the forest canopy were calculated using the eddy correlation method.Results show that the normalized turbulent ...