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Increased plant species composition creates mor...
[News] Lateral leaflet suppression 1: important in outgrowth of leaflets of Medi... 2020-03-19
[News] New Research Demonstrates How ‘Undertaker’ Bees Find the Dead Bodies of... 2020-03-23
[News] How ‘undertaker’ bees recognize dead comrades 2020-03-23
[News] Now is high time for kitefruits to bloom in southwest China's Yunnan 2020-03-02
[News] It's blooming time again 2020-02-21
[News] Newly discovered begonia in need of urgent protection 2020-02-20
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Drought stress is an important factor for disap... 04-03
Leaf economic spectrum and structural defenses ... 04-02
Researchers identify frontier issues that may h... 04-01
Researchers identify quantitative trait loci in... 03-27
Moisture availability limits tree growth of Ten... 03-27
Tree species show different range shifts to cli... 03-26
Study investigates cox1 evolution in a parasiti... 03-24
 
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2020-03-31: Genome size and chromosome evolut... 03-31
2020-03-24: Medicinal Fatty Acid: New Directi... 03-24
2020-01-21: Tree ring researches across Himal... 01-21
2020-01-15: Association between ants and a fa... 01-15
24th – 27th October 2020: 8th International ... 12-23
15 Oct–26 Nov 2019: Advanced Fieldcourse in ... 05-27
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  The number of bees that do not survive during wintertime has been registered in the past to revolve around 25 percent, with 2013 being a fatal one, as 60 percent of total hives were lost. Then...
QCeiba pentandra.jpg   After a short winter, another round of blossoming is on again in Xishuangbanna, southwest China's Yunnan Province. Here is a collection of some blooming plants at the Xishuangbanna Tropical Bo...
 
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U honey bee drags a dead hive mate away.jpg   A honey bee drags a dead hive mate away. GENCJA FOTOGRAFICZNA CARO/ALAMY STOCK PHOTO   They’re the undertakers of the bee world: a class of workers that scours hives for dead comrades, find...
Nasir is investigating wildlife trade in Bangladesh.jpg   The research activity of Mr Nasir Uddin, PhD student of Landscape Ecology Group, Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden (XTBG), Chinese Academy of Sciences has been featured in the Bangladesh...
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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
A new species of orchid found in Tibet 05-17
Vine Garden 05-26
Digital Garden System of XTBG 02-10
Index Seminum 2016-2017 02-21
 
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