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Robustness of rigid and adaptive networks to species loss
(Public Library of Science, 2017)
Controversies in the complexity-stability debate have been attributed to the methodologies used such as topological vs. dynamical approaches or rigid vs. adaptive foraging behaviour of species. Here, we use a bipartite ...
Biocapacity optimization in regional planning
(Nature Research, 2017)
Ecological overshoot has been accelerating across the globe. Optimizing biocapacity has become a key to resolve the overshoot of ecological demand in regional sustainable development. However, most literature has focused ...
Internode morphometrics and allometry of Tonkin Cane Pseudosasa amabilis
(John Wiley & Sons Ltd, 2017-10)
Pseudosasa amabilis (McClure) (Poales: Gramineae) is a typical bamboo species naturally distributed in large area of south China and famous for its culm strength. Although bamboos were found to share the same development ...