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Kunming Institute of Botany and Korea Arboreta sign cooperation memorandum

by Tian Ning 21 views

  On January 29th, Kwangsu Ryu, the director of the Korea Arboreta and Gardens Institute, Shinkoo

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Academician Elena V. Golosova and her delegation visited Xi'an Botanical Garden

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  Russian Academy of Sciences academician Elena V. Golosova and her delegation visited Xi'an B

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Professor Christian Körner visited the Diqing Baima observation and research station

by Yang Yang 68 views

Recently, Professor Christian Körner from the University of Basel in Switzerland visited the Di

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2023 XTBG Population Genomics Workshop

by Gao Jie 76 views

The workshop on population genomics in Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden (XTBG), CAS located

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“Enchanting Xishuangbanna” on show in Zhengzhou Botanical Garden

by Ai Chongrui 167 views

  An exhibition themed with “Mysterious tropical rainforest and enchanting Xishuangbanna&rdq

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Fourth Xishuangbanna International Symposium held to mark 60th anniversary of XTBG

by Ai Chongrui 2014 views

The 4th Xishuangbanna International Symposium was held from January 3-5 to mark the 60th anniversary of Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden (XTBG). With the general theme of “Saving all the plants in a changing world”, the symposium brought together m

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Welcome FOCAC with flowers and smiles

by Jiao Yang 495 views

Beijing in the fall is more elegance under the blue sky and white cloud. In these fall days, Forum o

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Chenshan to exhibit water lily this weekend

by Jiao Yang 563 views

A month-long water lily exhibition will be held in Shanghai Chenshan Botanical Garden from August 18 to September 18. Themed as “water lily world in peace”, the exhibition will show the quiet elegance and vulgarity of water lily. By then, various water li

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The orchid show 2018 in XTBG

by Ai Chongrui 172 views

he themed Orchid Show “Natural orchids – the gift of nature” grandly opened at Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden (XTBG) on April 10.

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Enjoy Romantic European flowers at Home

by Jiao Yang 148 views

The 21st European flower show, themed on Kingdom of Dreams and Colors, is being held at the south part of Nanjing Botanical Garden from March 24 to April 28.

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Chenshan Botanical garden in bloom: A sea of flowers in spring

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Petal power propels tourists traveling during the spring season. Shanghai Chenshan Botanical Garden is luring a growing number of people enjoy the full blast of the fireworks of flowers.

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Sakura Flower in bloom at Hunan Forest Botanical Garden

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Hunan Forest Botanical Garden,one of the besting viewing places for sakura flowers, now has been cove

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Discovery of a diverse cave flora in China

by Jiao Yang 195 views

scientists from Guilin Botanical Garden and Kew Garden have expedited many times to the karst caves in southwest China and collected detail material. They have discovered 29 new species of cave-dwelling plants and established conservation bases for cave-

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Team Members of XTBG Surveys Southeast Yunnan and Guangxi Areas

by Jiao Yang 94 views

Team members of Full-Coverage Conservation Plan, originated from Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden’s (XTBG) Zero Extinction Program, started to survey southeast Yuannan and Guangxi areas for a half month in October.

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Magical Microworld: Shade Plant Shows in Shanghai Botanical Garden

by Jiao Yang 27 views

Shanghai Botanical Garden will hold an exhibition about shade plants in micro landscape on October 16, 18 bryophytes , 40 ferns and 150 gesneriaceaes to be shown.

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