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XTBG Excellent University Students Summer Camp ...
[News] Big wave of blossom adorns botanic garden in SW China 2022-07-29
[News] XTBG hosts 10th International Fig Symposium 2022-08-02
[News] Hemiepiphytic figs reduce phosphorus competition by killing host trees 2022-07-18
[News] Dr. Xing Yaowu honored Youth Innovation Award of Wu Zhengyi Award 2022-07-27
[News] Delegation of 10-country consulates visits XTBG 2022-07-27
[News] Rapid seed dispersal by hornets facilitates reproduction of agarwood plants 2022-07-01
Research Progress MORE >>
Seed dispersal: Hungry hornets are unexpected a... 08-16
Topographic complexity is most significant fact... 08-15
High planting density of pine plantations leads... 08-05
Controlling soil splash erosion may benefit sus... 08-02
Common wild rice has practical value for rice p... 07-29
How do plants integrate different components in... 07-27
Winter precipitation and temperature constrain ... 07-26
 
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2022-08-16: Spatial life cycle assessment of ... 08-15
2022-08-09: Rapid Eocene diversification of s... 08-08
2022-08-02: Rapid seed dispersal story opens ... 08-02
2022-07-26: A master regulater short-root (SH... 07-26
AFEC-X 2022, Application Opens 07-22
2021-10-18: One-day Canopy Conference Online 10-13
AFEC-X 2021, Application Open 07-23
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  “Enchanting Xishuangbanna” on show in Zhejiang Museum of Natural History Hangzhou Branch   An exhibition themed with “Mysterious tropical rainforest and enchanting Xishuangbanna” kicked ...
Strangler fig tree in XTBG.jpg   Host-killing by hemiepiphytes is an endemic phenomenon in the tropics. Many fig species—keystone plants in tropical forests—have evolved the hemiepiphytic ecotype. However, the benefits and ...
 
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Image of a typical spiny plant Gleditsia microphylla (Fabaceae) native in Asia.jpg   Spinescence (a general term for the phenomena of spines, prickles, and thorns on plants) is an important functional trait shared by numerous plant families worldwide and mainly provides physic...
Hornets consume and move fresh fruits of Aquilaria sinensis .jpg   Aquilaria sinensis (family Thymelaeaceae) is the principal source of Chinese agarwood. It is a vulnerable evergreen tree native to lowland forests in southern China. Its fruit matures during t...
Conservation & Horticulture MORE >>
The Orchid Show 2022 at XTBG 04-11
Victoria ‘Dreamer’ registered by International Waterlil... 10-18
It's blooming time again 02-21
Newly discovered begonia in need of urgent protection 02-20
A new species of Apocynaceae found in Xishuangbanna 06-19
Digital Garden System of XTBG 02-10
Index Seminum 2016-2017 02-21
 
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