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Oldest plant region on Earth ‘dates back 30 million years 20-08-03
Some of the world's oldest Alpine plants are in China's Hengduan mountain ranges, study finds 20-08-03
Hengduan mountain alpine flora history shown to be longest on Earth 20-07-31
Diverse alpine flora has some serious history 20-07-31
One Mountain Range Hosts Alpine Plant Communities Far Older Than Anywhere Else 20-07-31
Garden and Flower Show adds attraction to XTBG 20-07-28
Huge lotus plant on full display 20-07-17
Speciation genomics identifies candidate genomic regions responsible for reproductive isolation i... 20-07-07
XTBG scientists win first prize of Yunnan provincial natural science award 2019 20-07-10
Study provides insight into male fertility control in legume plants 20-07-03
Fireflies create 'midsummer night's dream' in SW China 20-06-28
Graduation Celebration 2020 20-06-22
Individual‐level trait information better predicts tree growth in tropical forest 20-06-03
Annual Report 2019 released 20-05-28
Study decodes the complex autotetraploid cultivated alfalfa genome 20-05-25
Study reveals a framework for trifoliate leaf-pattern formation in leguminous plants 20-05-12
Photos featuring Yunnan-Myanmar borderlands over past century on show at XTBG 20-04-29
Researchers reconstruct drought variability from teak tree rings in southern Myanmar 20-04-27
XTBG tourism recovering from COVID-19 outbreak 20-04-23
A natural storyteller 20-04-23
Orchids burst into diverse blossom in SW China 20-04-13
Natural Orchid Show 2020 at XTBG 20-04-11
Increased plant species composition creates more soil carbon, nitrogen: research 20-03-26
Lateral leaflet suppression 1: important in outgrowth of leaflets of Medicago truncatula 20-03-19
New Research Demonstrates How ‘Undertaker’ Bees Find the Dead Bodies of Their Mates 20-03-23
How ‘undertaker’ bees recognize dead comrades 20-03-23
Now is high time for kitefruits to bloom in southwest China's Yunnan 20-03-02
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