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News Updates
XTBG receives BGCI's 2020 Global Botanic Garden Fund 20-11-20
Prof. Kyle Tomlinson serves as a new associate editor of Journal of Ecology 20-11-13
141 species recorded at 8th XTBG Birding Festival 20-11-11
Directorate meeting of two CAS overseas centers held 20-11-06
1st Science Festival of CAS core botanical gardens held 20-11-03
Experts call for greater appreciation of plants 20-10-28
Study: Application of xylem vulnerability curves in estimating plant responses to drought should ... 20-11-02
Tales of a China-Laos scientific expedition 20-10-23
DEMYSTIFYING BIODIVERSITY 20-10-20
Advanced Field Course in Ecology and Conservation-Xishuangbanna 2020 opens 20-10-20
Genomes offer new insights into fig-wasp symbiotic system 20-10-09
Under-regulated pet trade leaves thousands of species vulnerable 20-09-30
Tropical rainforest in Chinese paintings on display in XTBG 20-09-27
Chen Jianghua conferred CAS President's Outstanding Tutor Award 20-09-28
Biosynthesized silver nanoparticles are promising for pest management 20-09-22
Joint Laboratory of Ecological Conservation & Environmental Education unveiled 20-09-09
Insect herbivores drive evolution of defensive syndromes in fig plants 20-09-08
World's oldest Alpine plants found in Hengduan Mountains 20-08-10
Functional traits characterize tradeoffs in seedling growth in subtropical forest 20-09-03
XTBG Excellent University Students Summer Camp 2020 completed 20-08-19
Mountains and monsoons created Tibetan biodiversity 20-07-31
How Ancient Monsoons and Tectonic Shifts Shaped This Flowering Mountain Hotspot 20-08-04
Ancient mountain formation and monsoons helped create a modern biodiversity hotspot 20-08-03
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
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