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Hornets consume and move fresh fruits of Aquilaria sinensis .jpg
Rapid seed dispersal by hornets facilitates rep...
[News] Trees’ Scent Tricks Hornets Into Shuttling Seeds 2022-07-01
[News] World's smelliest flower blooms at Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden 2022-06-06
[News] Graduation celebration 2022 2022-06-20
[News] Annual Report 2021 released 2022-06-15
[News] Stinky corpse flower will soon bloom in XTBG 2022-06-01
[News] King lotus leaves enter best viewing season in SW China's Yunnan 2022-05-24
Research Progress MORE >>
Fossils confirm early diversification of spiny ... 07-05
Rapid seed dispersal by hornets facilitates rep... 07-01
Metal nanoparticles can serve as plant growth r... 06-30
Study provides insights into Cenozoic environme... 06-28
Microbes are recruited in soil environment acco... 06-24
Seasonal fog alleviates drought stress of rubbe... 06-20
Study sheds light on mechanism of OsIRO3 modula... 06-16
 
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2022-07-05: Stem traits, fungal communities a... 07-05
2022-06-28: Xylem living tissues: analysis an... 06-27
2022-06-21: Designing an exhibition space on ... 06-20
2022-06-14: Understanding the geographic vari... 06-14
2021-10-18: One-day Canopy Conference Online 10-13
AFEC-X 2021, Application Open 07-23
13th - 16th October 2021: 8th International C... 05-17
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U020220620567493507595.jpg   The Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden (XTBG) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences held the commencement ceremony 2022 on June 16, an auspicious day. 55 graduates, including doctoral and ma...
Photo shows leaves of king lotus at XTBG.jpg   A woman poses for a photo at the Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden under the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) in southwest China’s Yunnan Province. (Photo courtesy of the Xishuangbanna...
 
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  Soil microbes (in terms of functional gene content) are key drivers of ecosystem functions, but their functional characterization and their ecological insights are not sufficiently understood....
Mature berries of Agapetes huangiana.jpg   Agapetes comprises approximately 100 currently recognized species, most of which are distributed in the Asian subtropical monsoon region. In China, 57 species and two varieties are currently r...
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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