Yaowu Xing
Yaowu Xing
Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden
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Uplift-driven diversification in the Hengduan Mountains, a temperate biodiversity hotspot
Y Xing, RH Ree
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (17), E3444-E3451, 2017
Quantitative reconstruction of the Late Miocene monsoon climates of southwest China: a case study of the Lincang flora from Yunnan Province
FMB Jacques, SX Guo, T Su, YW Xing, YJ Huang, YSC Liu, DK Ferguson, ...
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 304 (3-4), 318-327, 2011
Quantitative climate reconstructions of the late Miocene Xiaolongtan megaflora from Yunnan, southwest China
K Xia, T Su, YSC Liu, YW Xing, FMB Jacques, ZK Zhou
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 276 (1-4), 80-86, 2009
As old as the mountains: the radiations of the Ericaceae
O Schwery, RE Onstein, Y Bouchenak‐Khelladi, Y Xing, RJ Carter, ...
New Phytologist 207 (2), 355-367, 2015
Paleoclimatic estimation reveals a weak winter monsoon in southwestern China during the late Miocene: evidence from plant macrofossils
Y Xing, T Utescher, FMB Jacques, T Su, YC Liu, Y Huang, Z Zhou
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 358, 19-26, 2012
On the complexity of triggering evolutionary radiations
Y Bouchenak‐Khelladi, RE Onstein, Y Xing, O Schwery, HP Linder
New Phytologist 207 (2), 313-326, 2015
Leaf margin analysis: a new equation from humid to mesic forests in China
T Su, YW Xing, YS Liu, FMB Jacques, WY Chen, YJ Huang, ZK Zhou
Palaios 25 (4), 234-238, 2010
Leaf physiognomy and climate: are monsoon systems different?
FMB Jacques, T Su, RA Spicer, Y Xing, Y Huang, W Wang, Z Zhou
Global and Planetary Change 76 (1-2), 56-62, 2011
Post-Pliocene establishment of the present monsoonal climate in SW China: evidence from the late Pliocene Longmen megaflora
T Su, FMB Jacques, RA Spicer, YS Liu, YJ Huang, YW Xing, ZK Zhou
Climate of the Past 9 (4), 1911-1920, 2013
Diversification rate shifts in the Cape Floristic Region: The right traits in the right place at the right time
RE Onstein, RJ Carter, Y Xing, HP Linder
Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 16 (6), 331-340, 2014
Fossils and a large molecular phylogeny show that the evolution of species richness, generic diversity, and turnover rates are disconnected
Y Xing, RE Onstein, RJ Carter, T Stadler, H Peter Linder
Evolution 68 (10), 2821-2832, 2014
Late Miocene southwestern Chinese floristic diversity shaped by the southeastern uplift of the Tibetan Plateau
FMB Jacques, T Su, RA Spicer, YW Xing, YJ Huang, ZK Zhou
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 411, 208-215, 2014
No high tibetan plateau until the neogene
T Su, A Farnsworth, RA Spicer, J Huang, FX Wu, J Liu, SF Li, YW Xing, ...
Science advances 5 (3), eaav2189, 2019
Do Mediterranean‐type ecosystems have a common history?—insights from the buckthorn family (Rhamnaceae)
RE Onstein, RJ Carter, Y Xing, JE Richardson, HP Linder
Evolution 69 (3), 756-771, 2015
A new Drynaria (Polypodiaceae) from the upper Pliocene of Southwest China
T Su, FMB Jacques, YSC Liu, J Xiang, Y Xing, Y Huang, Z Zhou
Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 164 (1-2), 132-142, 2011
The intensification of the East Asian winter monsoon contributed to the disappearance of Cedrus (Pinaceae) in southwestern China
T Su, YSC Liu, FMB Jacques, YJ Huang, YW Xing, ZK Zhou
Quaternary Research 80 (2), 316-325, 2013
Phylogeographic analysis reveals significant spatial genetic structure of Incarvillea sinensisas a product of mountain building
S Chen, Y Xing, T Su, Z Zhou, DL Dilcher, DE Soltis
BMC Plant Biology 12 (1), 58, 2012
A new Quercus species from the upper Miocene of southwestern China and its ecological significance
Y Xing, J Hu, FMB Jacques, L Wang, T Su, Y Huang, YSC Liu, Z Zhou
Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 193, 99-109, 2013
The rise of angiosperm-dominated herbaceous floras: Insights from Ranunculaceae
W Wang, L Lin, XG Xiang, RC Ortiz, Y Liu, KL Xiang, SX Yu, YW Xing, ...
Scientific reports 6, 27259, 2016
Pinus prekesiya sp. nov. from the upper Miocene of Yunnan, southwestern China and its biogeographical implications
Y Xing, YSC Liu, T Su, FMB Jacques, Z Zhou
Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 160 (1-2), 1-9, 2010
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