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WU De-lin, DENG Xiang-fu, XU Yao. Standing Crops of Elements and Atomic Ratios For A Small Mammal Community Captured By Snap-Traps in the Ailao Mountains. Zoological Research, 1991, 12(2): 187-192.
Citation: WU De-lin, DENG Xiang-fu, XU Yao. Standing Crops of Elements and Atomic Ratios For A Small Mammal Community Captured By Snap-Traps in the Ailao Mountains. Zoological Research, 1991, 12(2): 187-192.

Standing Crops of Elements and Atomic Ratios For A Small Mammal Community Captured By Snap-Traps in the Ailao Mountains

  • Received Date: 1900-01-01
  • Rev Recd Date: 1900-01-01
  • Publish Date: 1991-05-22
  • The measurement of standing crops of various elements is first step toward understanding mineral cycling in ecological systems.At the same time,it is very important to investigate the atomic ratios when studying the relationshops between various elements and ultimately,the transfer coefficients between different compartments of certain system.
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Standing Crops of Elements and Atomic Ratios For A Small Mammal Community Captured By Snap-Traps in the Ailao Mountains

Abstract: The measurement of standing crops of various elements is first step toward understanding mineral cycling in ecological systems.At the same time,it is very important to investigate the atomic ratios when studying the relationshops between various elements and ultimately,the transfer coefficients between different compartments of certain system.

WU De-lin, DENG Xiang-fu, XU Yao. Standing Crops of Elements and Atomic Ratios For A Small Mammal Community Captured By Snap-Traps in the Ailao Mountains. Zoological Research, 1991, 12(2): 187-192.
Citation: WU De-lin, DENG Xiang-fu, XU Yao. Standing Crops of Elements and Atomic Ratios For A Small Mammal Community Captured By Snap-Traps in the Ailao Mountains. Zoological Research, 1991, 12(2): 187-192.

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