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[News] Insect herbivores drive evolution of defensive syndromes in fig plants 2020-09-08
[News] Functional traits characterize tradeoffs in seedling growth in subtropica... 2020-09-03
[News] XTBG Excellent University Students Summer Camp 2020 completed 2020-08-19
[News] World's oldest Alpine plants found in Hengduan Mountains 2020-08-10
[News] Mountains and monsoons created Tibetan biodiversity 2020-07-31
[News] How Ancient Monsoons and Tectonic Shifts Shaped This Flowering Mountain H... 2020-08-04
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GetOrganelle: An Advanced Organelle Genome Asse... 09-16
A new species of milkweed subfamily found in Yu... 09-14
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Insect herbivores drive evolution of defensive ... 09-08
East Asian monsoon is pivotal in shaping evolut... 09-04
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Insect herbivores on fig leaves.jpg   Herbivores represent one of the main forces that exert selective pressure on plants. Plant defensive syndromes mean that association with specific ecological interactions can result in converg...
  Mosses are beautiful and dynamic in the eyes of botanist Ma Wenzhang, who has collected about 2,000 species found in China. [Photo by Ma Wenzhang/China Daily]   The old saying "a rolling sto...
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UAilaoshan 20-ha forest dynamics plot.jpg   Understanding tree species responses to biotic and abiotic factors is fundamental for stronger predictions of community assembly and dynamics. However, there remain many challenges, including ...
  In a study published in the journal Science, researchers from the Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden of the Chinese Academy of Sciences showed that the alpine flora of the Hengduan Mounta...
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Extremely endangered Plagiopteron suaveolens comes to blo... 05-26
A new species of Aspidistra recorded from Lao PDR 04-21
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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