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Leaf trait differences between 97 pairs of invasive and native plants across China : effects of identities of both the invasive and native species

Leaf trait differences between 97 pairs of invasive and native plants across China : effects of identities of both the invasive and native species

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LIU, Ming-Chao, Ting-Fa DONG, Wei-Wei FENG, Bo QU, De-Liang KONG, Mark VAN KLEUNEN, Yu-Long FENG, 2022. Leaf trait differences between 97 pairs of invasive and native plants across China : effects of identities of both the invasive and native species. In: NeoBiota. Pensoft. 71, pp. 1-22. ISSN 1619-0033. eISSN 1314-2488. Available under: doi: 10.3897/neobiota.71.71385

@article{Liu2022-01-06trait-56109, title={Leaf trait differences between 97 pairs of invasive and native plants across China : effects of identities of both the invasive and native species}, year={2022}, doi={10.3897/neobiota.71.71385}, volume={71}, issn={1619-0033}, journal={NeoBiota}, pages={1--22}, author={Liu, Ming-Chao and Dong, Ting-Fa and Feng, Wei-Wei and Qu, Bo and Kong, De-Liang and van Kleunen, Mark and Feng, Yu-Long} }

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