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The alpine subnival belt (4300-5000 m a.s.l.) of Himalaya-Hengduan Mountains (HHM) experiences a summer monsoonal climate, with heavy rain fall interrupted by short periods of intense solar radiance in the growing period. Low temperature caused by rain (or cloud) slows the development of flowers and seeds; there has been an extensive interest in study how low temperature drives the evolution of highly-specialized morphological features in alpine plants.
alpine plants, plant tissue, pollen, Botanical Science, Plant Ecology, Plant Pathology