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Study: land plants first appeared about 500 mil...
[News] Flowering plants originated 250 million years ago: Study 2018-02-23
[News] Harald Schneider funded by Recruitment Program of Foreign Experts 2018-02-22
[News] Prof. Chen Jin proposes more favorable conditions for foreigners in XTBG 2018-02-12
[News] Successful BIOMON Workshop 2018-02-08
[News] Chen Jin visits China’s Embassy in Myanmar 2018-02-06
[News] Scientists from China and Myanmar meet to discuss biodiversity conservation 2018-02-02
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Seed dormancy profile for Xishuangbanna differs... 03-22
Researchers reveal negative role of Jasmonate i... 03-20
Changes in phenology allow some tropical fig sp... 03-19
How does selfing timing correlate with floral t... 03-15
Conversion of forest to agricultural drylands m... 03-09
Diversity patterns of passerine communities alo... 03-08
Triptolide:an alkaloid in toxic nectar reduces... 03-06
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2018-03-20: Integrating Genomes and Rocks to ... 03-20
2018-03-13: The genome of Gnetum and early ev... 03-12
2018-03-06: Influence of landscapes on pollin... 03-06
2018-02-08: Global patterns and drivers of pl... 02-07
12-17 September,2017: Cultivating Landscape R... 08-11
October 12th-15th, 2017: International Worksh... 07-11
12 Oct – 23 Nov 2017: Advanced Fieldcourse i... 07-07
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Aristolochia sinoburmanica.jpg   Aristolochia, with about 550 recognized species, is a predominantly tropical and subtropical genus that extends to the Mediterranean and temperate zones worldwide.   During a field expeditio...
Premna grandipaniculata .jpg   Premna is a genus of flowering plants in the mint family, Lamiaceae. It is widespread through tropical and subtropical regions.   During fieldwork in 2016 and 2017, researcher from Xishuangb...
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  Professor Richard Corlett attended a meeting at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, on February 22-23, of the principal investigators for the CI-GIF project ‘Spatial Planning for Protected Areas ...
  About 80 scientists from China and Myanmar met in Naypyitaw on January 31 to discuss biodiversity conservation and research. The meeting is part of the 2018 Annual Academic Conference of the S...
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CUBG course on ex situ conservation techniques completed 10-30
The giant corpse flower blooms at Xishuangbanna Tropical ... 06-02
Vine Garden 05-26
Fruit Garden 04-22
Tropical Agroforestry System Exhibition 02-28
Digital Garden System of XTBG 02-10
Index Seminum 2016-2017 02-21
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Gelsemium elegans.jpg Michelia odora.jpg Strophanthus wallichii.jpg Ochna integerrima.jpg Pristimera cambodiana.jpg UMarsdenia incisa .jpg
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