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New leadership of XTBG formed
[News] Yunnan Governor Chen Hao inspects XTBG 2015-03-23
[News] Evolutionary diversification of alpine ginger reflects ancient geological... 2015-03-16
[News] Nutrient resporption relates to arrangement of leaf veins and growth of d... 2015-03-12
[News] A speech by Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, about the illegal wildlif... 2015-03-06
[News] Prince William speaks on conservation and illegal wildlife trade in XTBG 2015-03-05
[News] Transboundary biodiversity conservation and eliminating illegal wildlife ... 2015-03-06
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Flora of Shangri-la possibly evolve through rap... 03-27
Prof. Zhu Hua reports a new genus, Paralasianth... 03-26
Newly established nature reserve not ensure bir... 03-24
Litterfall chemical fluxes influence spatial va... 03-20
Assessing the vulnerability of species to clima... 03-20
Fossils reveal floristic links between India an... 03-17
Evolutionary diversification of alpine ginger r... 03-16
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2015-03-24: Molecular Genetics of Fruit Quality 03-23
2015-03-17: Sex difference of cucumber flower... 03-16
2015-03-16: Lectures by professors from Nethe... 03-16
2015-03-10: Palaeogeography as the key to und... 03-09
Nov 27-28, 2014: Symposium of Young Scientist... 11-10
April 26–May 1, 2015: 9th BGCI International... 07-29
Oct23 --Nov 23,2014: Advanced Fieldcourse in ... 07-15
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  Conservation students from Bangor University met the Duke of Cambridge while in China. In the country as part of the 2 Dragon Garden project which links Bangor University’s Treborth Botanic ...
20150215-1.jpg   An ongoing botany study is leading children all the way to the rain forest in China's southwestern-most province Yunnan, with top Chinese scientists teaching basic skills of scientific measure...
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W020150306580335555442.jpg   Professor Hughes, Madam Dao Linyin, ladies and gentlemen, thank you.   It is a pleasure to be here, at the end of my first visit to China.   I have formed many lasting and positive impress...
U020150304611292324261.jpg   Britain's Duke of Cambridge, Prince William, visits Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden (XTBG) on March 4. He planted a tree today for memory near the memorial tree planted in 1986 by his ...
Conservation & Horticulture MORE >>
A new species of Gesneriaceae found in southern Yunnan 02-02
A new species of orchid found in SW Yunnan 09-23
Vine Garden 05-26
Fruit Garden 04-22
Tropical Agroforestry System Exhibition 02-28
Digital Garden System of XTBG 07-25
INDEX SEMINUM 2013 04-02
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