Chinese Science Bulletin, Volume 62, Issue 26: 3008-3022(2017) https://doi.org/10.1360/N972017-00362

Chinese Color Nest Project: Growing up in China

Ning YANG1,2,3, Ye HE1,2,3,4, Zhe ZHANG1,2,3, HaoMing DONG1,2,3,5, Lei ZHANG1,2,3, XingTing ZHU1,2,3,6, XiaoHui HOU1,2,3,7, YinShan WANG1,2,3, Quan ZHOU1,2,3, ZhuQing GONG1,2,3, LiZhi CAO1,2,3, Ping WANG1,2,3, YiWeng ZHANG1,2,3, DanYang SUI1,2,3, Ting XU1,2,3,8, GaoXia WEI1,2,3, Zhi YANG1,10,2,3,5, LiLi JIANG1,2,3, HuiJie LI1,2,3, TingYong FENG9, AnTao CHEN9, Jiang QIU9, Xu CHEN9, XiNian ZUO1,2,3,5,7,9,*

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