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Prof. Chen Jin proposes more favorable conditio...
[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
[News] A glimpse in the flora of Southeast Asia puts a spotlight on its conserva... 2018-02-01
[News] SEABRI reports on plant diversity in Southeast Asia 2018-01-31
[News] AP-BON discusses cooperation potential with XTBG 2018-01-30
Research Progress MORE >>
Exergy destruction, entropy production, net rad... 02-13
A new species of Premna discovered in north Mya... 02-11
Study reveals genetic variability and geographi... 02-09
Morphometric features of roots affect water inf... 02-08
Chemical camouflage is decisive in shaping ant-... 02-07
Responses of seed germination in three invasive... 01-30
How dose Plukenetia volubilis respond to regula... 01-25
 
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2018-02-08: Global patterns and drivers of pl... 02-07
2018-01-29: Phylogenetic analyses for evoluti... 01-26
2018-01-23:Importance of phenotypic plasticit... 01-23
2018-01-16: Talking about the classification ... 01-15
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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Asians openbill storks enjoy winter at Flower Garden.jpg   In winter, a huge flock of Asians openbill storks (Anastomus oscitans) has become peculiar scenery of Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden (XTBG) since 2012. The beautiful wetlands within t...
Agapetes brevipedicellata.jpg   Agapetes (Ericaceae; blueberry tribe) is distributed from the eastern Himalaya through southwestern China and Indochina to Southeast Asia and comprises about 80 species.   During recent Chin...
 
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  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...
H. putaoense, a new representative of the Zingiberaceae genus Hedychium.jpg   A new special issue in PhytoKeys features a total of 18 new species from across 7 plant families   Covering only 3 % of Earth's total land area, four overlapping biodiversity hotspots in Sou...
Conservation & Horticulture MORE >>
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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The squirrels also enjoy the kapok flowers..jpg Kapok flowers.jpg Kapok flowers.jpg Kapok flowers.jpg Flower Garden with decoration of Kapok flowers.jpg Kapok flowers.jpg
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