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Name:
CHEN Yajun
Education:
Ph.D
Positions:
 
Academic title:
Associate Professor
Postal Code:
666303
Subject categories:
Ecology
Mailing Address:
XTBG, Menglun, Mengla, 666303, Yunnan, China
E-mail:
chenyj@xtbg.org.cn

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  1.Zhu SD, Chen YJ, Cao KF, Ye Q: Interspecific variation in branch and leaf traits among three Syzygium tree species from different successional tropical forests. Funct Plant Biol 2015, 42(4):423-432. 

  2.Zheng YL, Feng YL, Valiente-Banuet A, Li YP, Liao ZY, Zhang JL, Chen YJ: Are invasive plants more competitive than native conspecifics? Patterns vary with competitors. Scientific Reports 2015, 5:8. 

  3.Zhang JL, Zhang SB, Chen YJ, Zhang YP, Poorter L: Nutrient resorption is associated with leaf vein density and growth performance of dipterocarp tree species. Journal of Ecology 2015, 103(3):541-549. 

  4.Li YP, Feng YL, Chen YJ, Tian YH: Soil microbes alleviate allelopathy of invasive plants. Science Bulletin 2015, 60(12):1083-1091. 

  5.Chen YJ, Cao KF, Schnitzer SA, Fan ZX, Zhang JL, Bongers F: Water-use advantage for lianas over trees in tropical seasonal forests. New Phytologist 2015, 205(1):128-136. 

  6.Chen YJ, Bongers F, Zhang JL, Liu JY, Cao KF: DIFFERENT BIOMECHANICAL DESIGN AND ECOPHYSIOLOGICAL STRATEGIES IN JUVENILES OF TWO LIANA SPECIES WITH CONTRASTING GROWTH HABIT. American Journal of Botany 2014, 101(6):925-934. 

  7.Li S, Zhang YJ, Sack L, Scoffoni C, Ishida A, Chen YJ, Cao KF: The Heterogeneity and Spatial Patterning of Structure and Physiology across the Leaf Surface in Giant Leaves of Alocasia macrorrhiza. PLoS One 2013, 8(6):10. 

  8.Cai ZQ, Schnitzer SA, Wen B, Chen YJ, Bongers F: LIANA COMMUNITIES IN THREE TROPICAL FOREST TYPES IN XISHUANGBANNA, SOUTH-WEST CHINA. Journal of Tropical Forest Science 2009, 21(3):252-264. 

  9.Chen YJ, Bongers F, Cao KF, Cai ZQ: Above- and below-ground competition in high and low irradiance: tree seedling responses to a competing liana Byttneria grandifolia. Journal of Tropical Ecology 2008, 24:517-524. 

  10.Cai ZQ, Chen YJ, Bongers F: Seasonal changes in photosynthesis and growth of Zizyphus attopensis seedlings in three contrasting microhabitats in a tropical seasonal rain forest. Tree Physiology 2007, 27(6):827-836. 

  11.Cai ZQ, Chen YJ, Guo YH, Cao KF: Responses of two field-grown coffee species to drought and re-hydration. Photosynthetica 2005, 43(2):187-193. 

    

    

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  Plant ecology

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