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[News] Soil microbes decrease allelopathic effects of invasive plants by degradi... 2017-03-21
[News] How do oaks evolve in response to uplift of Himalaya–Hengduan Mountains 2017-03-14
[News] Prof. Li Jie wins the State Council Special Allowance 2017-03-20
[News] Menglun Eco-Cultural Development and Dai Building Heritage 2017-02-16
[News] Sino-Korea seminar on plant resources held at XTBG 2017-02-16
[News] 40 paintings collected after exhibition 2017-02-13
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Eastern honey bees have lower antennal response... 03-22
Soil microbes decrease allelopathic effects of ... 03-21
Manganese toxicity affects root growth by media... 03-17
Environmental filtering structures functional s... 03-15
How do oaks evolve in response to uplift of Him... 03-14
Biogeographical divergence of Yunnan floras clo... 03-10
A bamboo species possesses efficient mechanism ... 03-08
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2017-03-16: 3D studies of forest ecology base... 03-16
2017-03-09: Searching in the forest for the t... 03-07
2017-03-08: Closing the Loop: Community-based... 03-07
2017-03-02: Engaging science, education and c... 03-02
March 25-28th, 2017: ATBC Asia-Pacific Chapte... 01-06
15-20 January 2017: Scientific Paper Writing:... 12-12
21-24 November, 2016: The Fourth Workshop on... 07-25
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hairy-footed flying squirrels .jpg   During an excursion in the tropical rainforest of Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden (XTBG), young researchers found two hairy-footed flying squirrels on February 25. It’s the second tim...
  The 4th Yong Natural History Scientists’ Meeting was hosted by the Muséum national d'Histoire naturelle (Paris, France) from 7th to the 11th of February 2017. It brought together young resea...
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  Over 20 scientists involving utilization of plant resources gathered together at Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden (XTBG) to have a Sino-Korea seminar on February 13. The scientists are ...
  The Southeast Asia Biodiversity Research Institute, Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS-SEABRI) held its first annual meeting on January 17-19. The meeting provided a platform for concerning inst...
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A new species of woody bamboo found in Xishuangbanna 11-17
A new orchid species found in Yunnan 10-31
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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